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APRS object IRLP-1634 - show graphs
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Source callsign: VE7KNL-10
Comment: 147550s100IDLE
Location: 49°11.55' N 117°17.97' W - locator DN19IE46BE - show map - static map
1.5 miles West bearing 250° from Salmo, British Columbia, Canada [?]
12.6 miles Northeast bearing 65° from Fruitvale, British Columbia, Canada
21.2 miles South bearing 182° from Nelson, British Columbia, Canada
72.1 miles West bearing 253° from Cranbrook, British Columbia, Canada
Last position: 2020-01-17 09:18:01 EST (2m24s ago)
2020-01-17 06:18:01 PST local time at Salmo, Canada [?]
Last path: VE7KNL-10>APVR30 via TCPIP*,qAC,T2USANW
Positions stored: 1
Stations near current position of IRLP-1634 - show more
callsign distance last heard - EST      callsign distance last heard - EST
VE7KNL-724.7 yards 147°2020-01-06 14:25:25 VE7KNL26.2 yards 90°2020-01-16 17:08:02
VE7KNL-1326.2 yards 90°2019-12-23 06:13:32 VE7KNL B47.9 yards 147°2020-01-17 09:10:38
VE7KNL-B47.9 yards 147°2020-01-17 09:10:38 VA7RBP-917.2 miles 299°2020-01-13 17:46:17
VA7RBP-1017.3 miles 300°2020-01-17 09:02:32 IRLP-114417.7 miles 275°2020-01-17 09:12:02
VE7JPS-718.1 miles 300°2020-01-15 20:58:18 VE7IHL B21.1 miles 348°2020-01-17 09:17:47
VE7IHL-B21.1 miles 348°2020-01-17 09:17:57 VE7HLW B21.1 miles 348°2020-01-17 09:05:58
VE7HLW-B21.1 miles 348°2020-01-17 09:06:08 VE7IHL-N21.1 miles 348°2020-01-17 09:17:59
VE7HLW-N21.1 miles 348°2020-01-17 09:06:33 RED24.5 miles 252°2020-01-17 09:17:25
DW906431.4 miles 230°2020-01-17 09:15:18
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