KF6HI
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Country Name : Navassa I. (click for all QSOs with this country)

Prefix: KP1

Number of QSOs found on 21 MHz with Navassa I. : 2

CallDateTimeModeQSL OUTQSL IN LOTWEQSL
KP1/KH2Y1993-04-0119:40RTTYY
V
NN
K1N2015-02-0816:05SSBY
Y
Y
N

KF6HI QSO with KP1/KH2Y (click for QRZ info), information for above highlighted contact:

UTC Date: 1993-Apr-01
UTC Time: 19:40
Frequency: 21.000 MHz
Report Sent: 599
Report Received: 599
Mode: RTTY
Sunspot Number (>0): 67
Solar Flux (>67): 123
A-index (0-400): 5
3-hour K-index (0-9): 1.44
KF6HI
Sunrise 13:41
Sunset 02:15

KP1/KH2Y
Sunrise 10:54
Sunset 23:14
Grid:
ADIF code: 182
WAZ Zone: 8
Continent: NA
Latitude: 18.50 °
Longitude: 75.00 °
Bearing 100 °
Distance(km): 4643
Distance(miles): 2883
Operator:
Comments:
QSL info: W5IJU
Record Number: 5658

LP=Long Path if shown
Map Legend: =Home, =DX Station, =Sun Position
Red line = Communications path


The day/night terminator has 4 shade levels going from light to dark
  • Twilight or dusk is where the sun is 6° below the horizon. The D layer (green line at right) is illumiated is this area and to 9° below the horizon.
  • Nautical twilight the sun is 12° below the horizon; the horizon is still visible,
  • Astronomical twilight sun is 18° below the horizon The F layer (red line at right) is illumiated is this area and to 20° below the horizon.
  • Night
The Magnetic Equator is shown as a black line around the 0 degree equator line
The Magnetic Equator is important for Transequatorial Propogation and the magnetic field strengths are believed to be important for Sporadic-E Propagation.

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