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Only One Week To Go: HamSCI Presents the Solar Eclipse QSO Party!

NASA photo depicting Chasing Eclipse Project
Solar Eclipse QSO Party promotion

Join with thousands of your fellow Amateurs as part of the largest crowd-sourced event for Amateur Radio scientific exploration ever! 

The SEQP is part of The Festivals of Eclipse Ionospheric Science and is for learning more about how the ionosphere works. Use any mode, any band for all or part of the day!

Participation can be from everywhere – you need not be near the path of the eclipse to contribute valuable data by participating.

  • Are you a contester? For details on the SEQP contest and rules go to hamsci.org/contest-info. Don’t forget to send in your log!
  • For the Gladstone Signal Spotting Challenge using CW, WSPR and FST4W modes go to hamsci.org/contest-info.
  • If you’re an SWL or AM DX’er, there is The Medium Wave Recording Event for you as well! Go to hamsci.org/mw-recordings/.

Or just get on the air and help provide the data to better understand the ionosphere.

Save the date – Monday, 8 April 2024

Get on the air! 1400-2400 UTC

Do it for science! Any band/any mode (except the WARC bands)

HamSCI serves as a means for fostering collaboration between professional researchers and Amateur Radio operators. It assists in developing and maintaining standards and agreements between all people and organizations involved. Its goals are to advance scientific research and understanding through Amateur Radio activities and encourage the development of new technologies to support this research.

For more information about HamSCI, please visit the HamSCI website (www.hamsci.org).

For more information about the Festivals of Eclipse Ionospheric Science educational opportunities for the Amateur community and the public please visit our information pages.