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A solar or sun transit outage is an electromagnetic phenomenon wherein a station is temporarily unable to receive a satellite signal due to interference from the sun as it passes behind the satellite.
Solar outages occur on a predictable schedule and affect stations in the U.S. for about five consecutive days, for as much as six minutes a day, twice each year. In Vermont, they are expected to effect us March 2-5 around 2 p.m. each day.
Thanks for your patience!