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APRS object RPTR_695 - show graphs
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Source callsign: ZL2BAU
Comment: Mt Studholme 146.950 MHz -0.600 KHz No Tone
Location: 44°39.37' S 170°55.30' E - locator RE55LI02OM - show map - static map
24.0 miles Southwest bearing 222° from Timaru, Timaru District, Canterbury, New Zealand [?]
28.8 miles South bearing 201° from Pleasant Point, Timaru District, Canterbury, New Zealand
65.8 miles Southwest bearing 217° from Ashburton, Ashburton District, Canterbury, New Zealand
Last position: 2016-12-09 18:18:55 EST (4m18s ago)
2016-12-10 12:18:55 NZDT local time at Timaru, New Zealand [?]
Last path: ZL2BAU>APX205 via TCPIP*,qAC,T2SJC
Positions stored: 3
Others sourced by ZL2BAU: Branch-34 RPTR_6625 RPTR_670 RPTR_680
Stations near current position of RPTR_695 - show more
callsign distance last heard - EST      callsign distance last heard - EST
MSD0.0 yards 0°2016-12-09 18:10:55 ZL2BAU-38.6 miles 131°2016-12-09 18:10:01
ZL2BAU8.6 miles 131°2016-12-09 17:56:00 ZL3REW-MO15.6 miles 150°2016-11-26 20:34:06
RPTR_67018.8 miles 250°2016-12-09 18:01:04 RPTR_662519.0 miles 22°2016-12-09 17:56:32
ZL3TLA-722.9 miles 43°2016-11-27 02:03:42 ZL3UDH-923.2 miles 43°2016-12-08 23:07:56
ZL3JS-123.6 miles 40°2016-12-09 18:15:09 Branch-3423.7 miles 43°2016-12-09 18:01:55
ZL3JS-923.7 miles 41°2016-12-09 02:14:29 ZL3GL-424.1 miles 37°2016-12-09 18:04:30
ZL3TLA-824.1 miles 43°2016-11-26 09:29:07
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