Solar Eclipse QSO Party

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The SEQP took place on August 21, 2017 from 1400 – 2200 UTC.
Partial eclipse began at about 1600 UTC in Oregon and ended about 2015 UTC in South Carolina.
Click here to submit your SEQP logs!
On August 21, 2017, a total solar eclipse will cause the shadow of the moon to traverse the U.S. from Oregon to South Carolina in just over 90 minutes causing dramatic changes in both the ionosphere and HF propagation. The Solar Eclipse QSO Party (SEQP) is a HamSCI-ARRL sponsored operating event to generate data to study ionospheric changes during the eclipse. Not a ham radio operator yet? Learn more about it from the American Radio Relay League.

 

 

SEQP Rules

SEQP Logs

  • Sample Log File
  • N1MM+ now has a built-in SEQP logging module. Simply select "ECLIPSE" for log type. (Thanks to Nick NA3M for coding this!)
    • Bug notice: The signal report bug has been fixed. Please use N1MM+ v1.0.6585 or later.
  • Logs must be submitted by 2359 UTC Saturday, September 30, 2017.

SEQP Pre-Registration

Resources

 

 

2017 Hamvention SEQP Presentation