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APRS object D17050511 - show graphs
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Source callsign: LY1BWB-10
Comment: Clb=-3.9m/s t=-4.1C h=-1.0% p=-1.0hPa 402.111 MHz Type=DFM09 ser=17050511 Radiosonde auto_rx v1.5.6
Location: 56°05.24' N 28°18.18' E - locator KO46DC60IX - show map - static map
14.4 km Northeast bearing 56° from Osveya, Belarus [?]
25.2 km Southwest bearing 204° from Sebezh, Pskov, Russia
112.3 km East bearing 78° from Daugavpils, Daugavpils Rajons, Latvia
155.4 km Northwest bearing 311° from Vitsyebsk, Vitsyebskaya Voblastsʼ, Belarus
Last position: 2021-10-21 16:32:30 UTC (39d 3h55m ago)
2021-10-21 19:32:30 +03 local time at Osveya, Belarus [?]
Altitude: 2961 m
Course: 56°
Speed: 117 km/h
Last path: LY1BWB-10>APRARX via TCPIP*,qAC,SQ6KXY-1
Positions stored: 127
Others sourced by LY1BWB-10: D17007424 D17008338 D17008372 D17008420 D17008438 D17008444 D17008467 D17008485 D17008488 D17008490 D17008539 D17008546 D17008567 D17008578 D17008597 D17008602 D17008677 D17008680 D17008978 D17009182 D17047662 D17050178 D17050399 D17050404 D17050414 D17050438 D17050452 D17050460 D17050495 D17050528 D17050557 D17050605 D17050616 D17050620 D17050641 D17050670 D17050801 D17050836 D17050839 D17050852 D17050906 D17050939 D17051033 D17051051 D17051232 D17051300 D17051314 D17051325 D17051497 D17051583 D17051586 D17051595 D17051602 D17051795 D17052382 D17052407 D17052706 D17052901 D17053323 D17053342 D17053380 D17053448 D17053605 D17053618 D17053699 D17053702 D17053704 D17053923 MRZ190F11 MRZ68C147 MRZ8AC303 MRZAA486F S3230958 S3230973 S3230987 S3340166 S3340217 S3340334 S3340340 S3340341 S3340342 S3340374 S3730308 S3831994 S3831996 S3832039 S3940861 S4020841 S4020849 S4020859 S4020862 S4020870 S4020873 S4020874 S4020881 S4020963 S4020964 S4030674 S4030675 S4030677 S4030684 S4030708 S4030718 S4030720 S4030768 S4030805 S4030806 S4030807 S4030809 S4030868 S4030869 S4030870 S4040307 S4040308 S4040311 S4040312 S4040321 S4040333 S4040334 S4040338 S4040339 S4040340 S4040341 S4040344 S4040345 S4040348 S4040405 S4040406 S4040407 S4040408 S4040416 S4040417 S4040420 S4040427 S4040428 S4040429 S4040430 S4040432 S4040434 S4040521 S4040548 S4040549 S4040551 S4040553 S4040554 S4040559 S4040565 S4040566 S4040591 S4040632 S4050419 S4050421 S4050423 S4050424 S4050514 S4050516 S4130319 S4130320 S4130322 S4130323 S4130373 S4130439 S4130440 S4130441 S4130443 S4130454 S4130455 S4130456 S4130487 S4130490 S4130500 S4130510 S4250484 S4250485 S4250486 S4250499 S4250501 S4250502 S4250504 S4250505 S4250508 S4250510 S4250511 S4250512 S4250513 S4250514 S4250515 S4250524 S4250559 S4250560 S4250561 S4250562 S4250673 S4250674 S4250675 S4250678 S4250836 S4250838 S4250840 S4250841 S4250843 S4250846 S4250847 S4250850 S4250852 S4250909 S4250912 S4250925 S4260003 S4260004 S4260012 S4260013 S4260025 S4260028 S4260052 S4260133 S4260134 S4260136 S4260141 S4260142 S4260279 S4260286 S4260290 S4260292 S4260294 S4631456 S4631464 S4631555 S4631556 S4631557 S4631567 S4631568 S4631569 S4631572 S4631603 S4631606 S4631607 S4631608 S4631640 S4631644 S4631647 S4631651 S4631652 T1650653 T1650820 T1650890 T1710182 T1710186 T1710287 T1720878 T1720880 T1720916 T1720938 T2040235 T2040236 T2040240 T2041094 T2041095 T2050667 T2050670 T2050671 T2050672 T2110026 T2110041 T2110068 T2110069 T2110081 T2110083 T2130031 T2130033 T2130034 T2130064 T2130230 T2130247 T2130289 T2130291 T2130325 T2130365 T2130419 T2150327 T2150329 T2150337 T2150342 T2150352 T2150353 T2150374 T2150376 T2150377 T2221003 Z2757036 Z2757037 Z2757038 Z2757045 Z2757049 Z2757058 Z2757066 Z2757090 Z4850533
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This page shows real-time information collected from the Automatic Position Reporting System Internet network (APRS-IS). APRS is used by amateur (ham) radio operators to transmit real-time position information, weather data, telemetry and messages over the radio. A vehicle equipped with a GPS receiver, a VHF transmitter or HF transceiver and a small computer device called a tracker transmits it's location, speed and course in a small data packet, which is then received by a nearby iGate receiving site which forwards the packet on the Internet. Systems connected to the Internet can send information on the APRS-IS without a radio transmitter, or collect and display information transmitted anywhere in the world.
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