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APRS object LSXTOR3gA - show graphs
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Source callsign: LSXTOR
Comment: TORNADO }a0]PJPJPJNIMIMNPNPNQKPJ{73gAA
Location: 39°46.80' N 92°19.20' W - locator EM39US17OE - show map - static map
8.5 miles East bearing 72° from Macon, Macon County, Missouri, United States [?]
14.9 miles West bearing 263° from Shelbyville, Shelby County, Missouri, United States
49.4 miles West bearing 258° from Quincy, Adams County, Illinois, United States
57.2 miles North bearing 1° from Columbia, Boone County, Missouri, United States
Last position: 2017-03-06 23:34:36 EST (170d 6h3m ago)
2017-03-06 22:34:36 CST local time at Macon, United States [?]
Course: 71°
Speed: 45 MPH
Last path: LSXTOR>APRS via qAO,AE5PL-WX
Positions stored: 1
Others sourced by LSXTOR: LSXTOR0EA LSXTOR11A LSXTOR1UA LSXTOR28A LSXTOR2qA LSXTOR3NA LSXTOR4EA LSXTOR4GA LSXTOR4MA LSXTOR6hA LSXTOR7BA LSXTOR9KA LSXTORHtA LSXTORILA LSXTORIqA LSXTORK1A LSXTORKuA LSXTORLaA LSXTORM7A LSXTORNEA
Stations near current position of LSXTOR3gA - show more
callsign distance last heard - EDT      callsign distance last heard - EDT
N0VXD-38.4 miles 257°2017-08-22 08:49:54 N0PB16.3 miles 145°2017-08-24 06:23:51
NR0Q-918.3 miles 333°2017-08-23 22:12:34 N0VXD C18.9 miles 233°2017-08-24 06:20:26
N0VXD-C18.9 miles 233°2017-08-24 06:20:36 N0VXD B18.9 miles 233°2017-08-24 06:20:46
N0VXD-B18.9 miles 233°2017-08-24 06:20:56 N0VXD-718.9 miles 233°2017-08-23 01:52:45
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