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APRS object RALLY2 - show graphs
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Source callsign: VK7DC
Comment: CLASSIC RALLY 19-AUG
Location: 41°07.27' S 147°38.33' E - locator QE38TV60PW - show map - static map
6.8 miles East bearing 68° from Scottsdale, Dorset, Tasmania, Australia [?]
15.3 miles Southeast bearing 123° from Bridport, Tasmania, Australia
34.1 miles Northeast bearing 50° from Launceston, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
67.0 miles East bearing 87° from Devonport, Devonport, Tasmania, Australia
Last position: 2017-07-29 22:00:15 EDT (326d 12h34m ago)
2017-07-30 12:00:15 AEST local time at Scottsdale, Australia [?]
Last path: VK7DC>APX206 via TCPIP*,qAC,T2TAS
Positions stored: 1
Others sourced by VK7DC: Hillclimb NWCCRally V7&RAC-R VK7RAC-R VK7RVP VK7RVP-R
Stations near current position of RALLY2 - show more
callsign distance last heard - EDT      callsign distance last heard - EDT
VK7RAA-121.2 miles 240°2018-06-21 10:33:22 NECBFA30A31.5 miles 230°2018-05-24 23:08:40
TCNBFA18A32.4 miles 236°2018-06-19 06:38:21 VK7HKN32.6 miles 236°2018-06-21 10:33:50
TCNBFA04A32.6 miles 234°2018-05-27 06:37:21 TCNBFA46A32.6 miles 234°2018-06-16 02:10:10
TCNBFA84A32.8 miles 233°2018-05-29 23:14:07 TCNBFA38A32.9 miles 235°2018-05-28 14:23:33
TCNBFA97A33.1 miles 231°2018-06-09 11:33:20 TCNBFA48A33.1 miles 233°2018-06-12 02:11:58
TCNBFA20A33.7 miles 243°2018-05-24 17:54:19 TCNBFA17A33.7 miles 243°2018-06-10 07:15:09
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