weather are you sure? no storm in england bro..
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As I've already said, the level at which the Troposphere is reflecting Meteorscan's source signal can't be expected to stay constant. It's going
to spike at times, while subsiding at other times. These spikes just means higher Troposphere reflectivity.
Though, there may very well be the occasional meteor mixed in there, though they will always spike perpendicular to the false return we're seeing
(meaning they cover a broader range of frequencies).
is quite so far right now, they said this event was an aftershock of the main event on past september, but the weird thing is that we have had like 80
aftershock or more, also OVSICORI downgrade the earthquake to 5.6 but USGS still showing up as 6.5...
If I'm understanding this correctly, (...and please feel free to correct me if I'm wrong here), what they are saying is that that outbound
signal is being reflected back into the receiver by the atmospheric weather. That is why its showing up so strongly only on the frequency that they
are sending out, with nothing appearing on the other frequencies. If it was hitting an actual object, which caused the frequency to “Doppler
shift”, then you would see it show up on the other frequency bands as well. As there is no object, its only an “atmospheric bounce” or
“reflection”, there is no speed, thus no shift, so it's returning only on the one frequency that was sent out by the transmitter.
Phage how can you tell what is a meteor and what is a false reading.
Are the false readings the ones that are identical. The blip or sudden increase could be a meteor?
Side Note - Also would you mind looking at the seismic activity? earthquake.usgs.gov...
Id also like to be able to read this and know if it's normal or not normal for the readings to be the way they are.
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