Effects of a solar eclipse 29.03.06 in signals of VLF radio stations, in intensity of the regular radio noises in the
frequency band 0,3-10 kHz, and in quantity atmospherics, accepted in Yakutsk preferentially from the western direction
surveyed. The area of the complete lunar shadow consistently shaded a day time part of a line of distribution of radio
signals from the western Africa edge up to Altai.
Observations were conducted with the help of the multichannel analogue parallel analyzer - registrar (in a frequency
band 0,47-8,7 kHz), one point a thunderstorm direct-distance finder (0,3-100 kHz), narrow-sector finding of VLF-noise
radiation sources (0,3-10 kHz), the registrar of signals of the VLF radio stations and the broadband registrar of radio
noises (0,3-100 kHz). Time sync of the registrar of signals of the VLF radio stations was carried out with the help of
The effect was observed in signals of radio stations, radio noises and quantity atmospherics from a direction 270º ± 20º,
digitized from the north clockwise, at last stage of an eclipse (~11-12 UT) when the lunar shadow approached to a line
night terminator and intercrossed a line of distribution of signals. The effect was showed as amplification of signals on
~ 20 % and magnifications of quantity atmospherics on ~ 40 %. The registered effects are similar observed by us earlier
for an eclipse 09.03.97.