Type III Solar Radio Burst  February 10, 2009  1802 UT  ( 11:02 am MST )      21 MHz reception

This particular radio burst is interesting in that the face of the Sun is spotless today.

Perhaps there is some movement beneath the Sun's surface? Or occasionly radio bursts are received

from over the Sun's limb.  Or perhaps there is some other mechanism other than spot group complexity?This burst was also received in Florida and Hawaii.

This specimen has some interference spikes.  Sorry for those. 

Receiver :  Sangean ATS-803A

Antenna:  Hi-Gain  21 MHz yagi

Thomas Ashcraft   35.50 North Lat.  105.89  West  Long     New Mexico    MAIL