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APRS object DB2HTA-2 - show graphs
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Source callsign: DB2HTA
Comment: Herby QRV 145.425 FM, SZ4SRM, DStar; db2hta@darc.de
Location: 39°20.37' N 23°14.22' E - locator KM19OI81KL - show map - static map
10.0 miles East bearing 87° from Áno Lekhónia, Nomós Magnisías, Thessaly, Greece [?]
10.9 miles East bearing 88° from Káto Lekhónia, Nomós Magnisías, Thessaly, Greece
15.7 miles East bearing 97° from Vólos, Nomós Magnisías, Thessaly, Greece
48.1 miles Southeast bearing 115° from Lárisa, Nomós Larísis, Thessaly, Greece
Last position: 2017-04-02 15:31:08 EDT (235d 13h42m ago)
2017-04-02 22:31:08 EEST local time at Áno Lekhónia, Greece [?]
Last path: DB2HTA>APWW10 via TCPIP*,qAC,T2CAWEST
Positions stored: 1
Others sourced by DB2HTA: AIRP-ATH AIRP-MUC AIRP-SKG AIRP-VOLO BNA-M DARC-C06 DARC-T10 DB2HTA-1 HAM-RADIO HC-AGHIA HC-ARGHA HC-ZAGORA HOS-VOLOS KUCHAHANS LH-SEPIA LH-TRIKER POLMILIES PORT_IGOU SIRMA SV4NLX WIMO
Other SSIDs: DB2HTA DB2HTA-1
Stations near current position of DB2HTA-2 - show more
callsign distance last heard - EST      callsign distance last heard - EST
DD6DO6.5 miles 287°2017-10-29 06:14:02 SV4FFP9.8 miles 312°2017-11-22 12:13:33
SV4LAD9.9 miles 265°2017-11-24 04:00:35 SV4LAD B9.9 miles 265°2017-11-24 03:53:28
SV4LAD-B9.9 miles 265°2017-11-24 03:53:38 SZ4SRM-1111.4 miles 292°2017-11-24 04:04:30
439.40RPT11.4 miles 292°2017-11-24 04:08:42 J44UAB12.2 miles 304°2017-11-24 04:00:51
J44VAA12.2 miles 304°2017-11-24 04:11:02 SV4FFB26.0 miles 276°2017-11-19 07:34:33
SV4FFB-426.0 miles 276°2017-11-24 03:54:53
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