Pretty much. It could be a large difference in temperature, or something of that nature.
And, by the way, ducting is a form of tropospheric propagation, and it was brought up a few times here when those sounds in the sky were being heard.
If it truly is a lift. Which I do believe. Why is it centered in one spot? The blue obviously would be the baseline. And the baseline is wide. So I
assume that it has a large radius in a specific spot of the troposphere. However it's only picking it up on one specific spot.
Is it like a jet stream?
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TextText Orange hey everybody =) newbie here, costa rica has had a 6.6mag quake in the past 2 hours, i mention
this because another member mentioned costa rica in the thread and i thought it may be relevant to know.
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Meteorscan detects meteors by sending out a VHF signal which then reflects off the ionization caused by meteors traveling through the atmosphere. This
anomalous signal is what happens when the Troposphere becomes more reflective than normal and reflects that original signal back at the detectors. No
meteors, no death, no imminent doom...just weather.
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