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APRS object RMag2 - show graphs
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Source callsign: UA6HJQ
Comment: radio magazin (detali)
Location: 45°02.10' N 41°57.06' E - locator LN05XA48CJ - show map - static map
1.2 miles Southwest bearing 244° from Stavropol’, Stavropol'skiy, Russia [?]
5.3 miles North bearing 360° from Tatarka, Stavropol'skiy, Russia
40.5 miles East bearing 85° from Armavir, Krasnodarskiy, Russia
Last position: 2016-12-03 03:06:32 EST (7d 16h12m ago)
2016-12-03 11:06:32 MSK local time at Stavropol’, Russia [?]
Last path: UA6HJQ>GPS26 via RA6FTZ*,qAR,RW6HP-10 (good)
Positions stored: 1
Others sourced by UA6HJQ: EL-UA6HJQ RMag1 TEST-DG UA6HJQ-DG Vorota
Stations near current position of RMag2 - show more
callsign distance last heard - EST      callsign distance last heard - EST
UA7GU-50.4 miles 52°2016-12-02 01:47:54 UA6HJQ-50.5 miles 276°2016-12-10 03:32:33
RMag10.9 miles 108°2016-12-03 03:16:42 EL-RO7T0.9 miles 89°2016-12-10 15:45:29
UA6HNA1.2 miles 226°2016-12-10 18:46:03 UA6HJQ-91.2 miles 159°2016-12-10 02:07:14
R7HG1.2 miles 76°2016-12-10 18:46:03 RT7F1.5 miles 210°2016-12-10 09:46:01
UA7TT1.9 miles 236°2016-12-10 19:16:02 R7FK2.0 miles 79°2016-11-15 09:46:02
RU7T2.2 miles 221°2016-12-10 18:46:03 R6FDD-52.3 miles 324°2016-11-25 09:49:47
Vorota2.4 miles 60°2016-12-03 03:04:28 UB6HJT2.4 miles 223°2016-12-10 19:16:02
R7FT2.6 miles 31°2016-12-10 19:16:02 RZ6FC2.9 miles 42°2016-12-10 19:16:02
MCHS33.1 miles 32°2016-11-20 03:31:02 RN6HDF3.2 miles 353°2016-12-10 19:14:13
RN6HDF-73.2 miles 353°2016-11-21 09:15:27 R7FQ3.4 miles 37°2016-12-10 19:16:02
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