There are also several web based clusters. Some allow more elaborate filtering, so if you need JD1, you can set it up so only JD1 spots will be displayed. Here are links to few that I have played with:
http://www.dxsummit.fi/DxSpots.aspx; http://www.dxwatch.com/; http://www.nc7j.com/
On Line DXWatch Cluster & DX-Pedition News
Latest Propagation Bulletin from the Southgate Amateur Radio News
"In a nutshell this website shows all the reported propagation paths on all the bands. The data is provided by actual DX spots, CW reverse beacons, and JT/WSPR/PSK reporting system reports. It graphically depicts the “real” propagation paths verified by qso’s."
What do these numbers mean?
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