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No More Travel Delay

Dear <<First Name>>,

Its been a very busy summer for me and I must say I am glad it is finally coming to a close. I have traveled extensively both for family and for work and it has delayed my otherwise weekly letters to you. As you can see from the image above, airplanes have been familiar travel companions for me lately. This shot was taken just two weeks ago as I flew to the Pacific Northwest DX Convention in Seattle. The convention was a great success, my talk went well, and I found out a few really amazing things (I didn't know Marlon Brando and Jim Croce were both amateur radio operators, for example). But I am very grateful to be back home now. My daughter is starting school this week, which means I can take a long needed break. I am so ready to turn away from being on the road and turn my energies towards hearth, home, and catching up with you on everything that has happened over this summer.

As for the forecast, this week space weather is also caught up in a travel delay. We have two familiar coronal holes that have rotated back into view, but don't expect any stormy weather from them just yet. They have at least another week to rotate across the Earth-facing Sun before they are in the right position to send us some fast solar wind. The last time these holes passed through the Earth-strike zone, they caused a G1 level solar storm, complete with some decent aurora shows in the Western hemisphere. This time around they look just as promising. But like my travel delay kept me from sharing my activities with you over this past summer, their travel delay is making us wait a little longer for activity to pick up.

Promise of a Solar Storm & Satellite Environment Check-In | Space Weather News 08.22.2019
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