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APRS station E29JKO-9 - show graphs
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Comment: @STOP/PHUKET 145.200MHz
Location: 7°55.04' N 98°20.81' E - locator NJ97EW10OD - show map - static map
3.6 miles West bearing 249° from Ban Ko Kaeo, Phuket Province, Thailand [?]
3.8 miles West bearing 278° from Ban Ratsada, Phuket Province, Thailand
4.0 miles Northwest bearing 298° from Phuket, Phuket Province, Thailand
4.3 miles Northwest bearing 302° from Ban Talat Yai, Phuket Province, Thailand
Last position: 2017-03-01 23:26:35 EST (326d 13h33m ago)
2017-03-02 11:26:35 ICT local time at Ban Ko Kaeo, Thailand [?]
Altitude: 155 ft
Course:
Last path: E29JKO-9>APGJW5-1 via qAR,HS8NDF-1
Positions stored: 43144
Stations near current position of E29JKO-9 - show more
callsign distance last heard - EST      callsign distance last heard - EST
E24DJ-C3.0 miles 154°2018-01-16 14:45:31 E24DJ C3.0 miles 154°2018-01-16 14:45:21
E24DJ B3.0 miles 154°2018-01-16 14:45:41 E24DJ-B3.0 miles 154°2018-01-16 14:45:51
HS8ONO-93.1 miles 103°2018-01-13 01:18:48 E29KWG-93.3 miles 132°2018-01-20 09:11:02
HS8NDF-13.3 miles 132°2018-01-22 06:48:56 HS1EAX-83.3 miles 132°2018-01-01 06:07:23
HS1EAX-153.3 miles 132°2018-01-16 09:04:48 VK3ZUB-153.5 miles 254°2018-01-07 23:51:24
HS8NDF-64.1 miles 157°2018-01-02 09:45:22 OH2FMC4.6 miles 245°2018-01-17 00:21:40
DL3NO-57.0 miles 208°2018-01-04 10:17:28 KC2DOA7.1 miles 172°2018-01-22 10:03:58
HS5TQA-77.4 miles 145°2018-01-15 21:17:28
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