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APRS station CREDC-2 - show graphs
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Comment: CREBC Cerro Colorado DM12NL xe2si@creó1ù7╣│Z
Location: 32°28.43' N 116°53.81' W - locator DM12NL23JR - show map - static map
6.5 miles East bearing 108° from Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico [?]
11.7 miles Northeast bearing 48° from Rosarito, Baja California, Mexico
22.5 miles Southeast bearing 138° from San Diego, San Diego County, California, United States
Last position: 2016-07-09 17:41:23 EDT (348d 12h33m ago)
2016-07-09 14:41:23 PDT local time at Tijuana, Mexico [?]
Last path: CREDC-2>BEACON via qAR,N6EAJ
Positions stored: 2
Other SSIDs: CREDC-3
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XE23I-916.4 yards 90°2017-06-22 17:19:03 XE2BVI2.6 miles 14°2017-06-17 13:52:44
XE2BY-93.1 miles 321°2017-06-22 22:26:44 XF2SI4-95.0 miles 295°2017-06-17 12:32:34
XE2BNC-135.0 miles 315°2017-06-23 06:04:24 XE2DDB-35.1 miles 328°2017-06-04 12:22:56
XE2SI5.3 miles 292°2017-06-17 17:25:41 N6KZB5.4 miles 293°2017-06-22 13:54:53
XE2EOS-96.5 miles 289°2017-06-22 16:29:38 XE2DDB-16.7 miles 302°2017-06-18 12:17:27
XE2SI-106.7 miles 301°2017-06-23 06:13:56 XE2SI-137.2 miles 301°2017-06-17 22:44:52
XE2SI-97.2 miles 301°2017-06-23 06:14:29 XE2BGF-97.2 miles 301°2017-06-23 06:05:27
XE2BGJ-97.2 miles 301°2017-05-30 00:34:14 XE2SI4-97.2 miles 301°2017-06-20 18:06:32
XE2EOS-77.3 miles 293°2017-06-20 23:09:26 IRLP-87988.0 miles 284°2017-06-23 06:10:02
KJ6LKA A8.8 miles 18°2017-06-23 06:07:48 KJ6LKA-A8.8 miles 18°2017-06-23 06:07:58
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