Signals from BS7H on auroral and polar paths have been weaker today, while other areas continue to report good openings. As this bulletin is being written, a minor geomagnetic storm is in progress, with the Boulder K index reported at 5. The Space Environment Center has forecast additional Ks of 4 through 1800Z, 02 May. Let's hope it gets better from there!
The BS7H team has three HF stations simultaneously on the air now. The six-meter beacon is off the air due to a technical problem which they hope to have resolved soon. The team reports they have logged a total of approximately 7000 QSOs thus far.
Activity on the BS7H 1997 Home Page has increased steadily since the beginning of the operation. During one recent 24-hour period, there were 969 visitors to the site with a total of 11,947 hits, including all the sub-pages!For additional information, please visit the BS7H 1997 Home Page (http://www.n4gn.com/sr/) or contact Tim Totten, N4GN, at e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or fax +1-502-239-7766.