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APRS station R6HABN-1 - show graphs
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Comment: 438675000/438675000 20W CC1 Multi-Mode Node
Location: 45°01.31' N 41°52.16' E - locator LN05WA45HF - show map - static map
5.3 miles West bearing 254° from Stavropol’, Stavropol'skiy, Russia [?]
5.9 miles Northwest bearing 317° from Tatarka, Stavropol'skiy, Russia
36.5 miles East bearing 86° from Armavir, Krasnodarskiy, Russia
Last position: 2018-05-06 02:20:01 EDT (50d 11h21m ago)
2018-05-06 09:20:01 MSK local time at Stavropol’, Russia [?]
Last path: R6HABN-1>APZ7 via TCPIP*,qAS,DMR-RU
Positions stored: 6
Other SSIDs: R6HABN-7 R6HABN-9 R6HABN-R R6HABN-Y
Stations near current position of R6HABN-1 - show more
callsign distance last heard - EDT      callsign distance last heard - EDT
R6HABN-R224.1 yards 243°2018-06-25 13:32:34 R6HABN-90.5 miles 43°2018-05-26 14:33:04
R7HJ-92.4 miles 62°2018-06-24 08:16:23 UA7TT2.4 miles 94°2018-06-25 05:53:34
UB6HJT2.5 miles 109°2018-06-25 05:53:26 RO7T-122.5 miles 103°2018-06-24 16:56:55
RY6HAB2.6 miles 27°2018-06-14 01:20:03 RY6HAB-N2.6 miles 27°2018-06-25 13:23:33
RU7T2.7 miles 106°2018-06-25 13:23:44 EL-RG6G2.9 miles 39°2018-06-25 13:25:03
R7HJ-N2.9 miles 118°2018-06-10 23:46:49 RC7H-Y3.1 miles 101°2018-05-29 09:29:08
RC7H-53.1 miles 101°2018-06-04 08:05:54 UA6HNA3.1 miles 88°2018-06-25 13:23:46
RT7F3.3 miles 97°2018-06-25 13:23:26 RC6HA-R3.5 miles 36°2018-06-25 13:41:05
RN6LJT-53.6 miles 97°2018-06-11 00:56:18 RC6HA3.6 miles 37°2018-06-25 13:33:08
UB6HIY4.0 miles 51°2018-06-25 13:21:29 RN6LJT-74.1 miles 42°2018-06-12 06:55:05
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