[time-nuts] Any clock disturbances during the July 11solareclipse?

Jim Palfreyman jim77742 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 15 02:37:27 EDT 2010


Getting back to the original question, I noticed no out-of-the ordinary
change in the offset of the observatory's hydrogen maser to GPS. Attached is
a graph. Note the GPS is an old TAC and plotted are five minute averages of
ten second samples. The y axis is in microseconds and the x axis is days
since 1900.

The variations you see can mostly be attributed to diurnal atmospheric
changes and the high jitter in the TAC unit itself.

Jim Palfreyman
Tasmania
Australia




> > > > Hi  all,
> > >  >
> > > > did anybody out there observe any disturbances  in his   clocks
> > > > during (and/or
> > > >  before or after) the July 11  solar  eclipse?
> > > > (due  to other duties I've been prevented  from doing any  tests)
> >  > >
> > > > Thanks,
> > > >  Antonio  I8IOV
>
>
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