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APRS station RV9CAB-2 - show graphs
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Comment: Evgeniy Ekaterinburg
Location: 56°51.45' N 60°35.06' E - locator MO06HU05CT - show map - static map
1.1 miles West bearing 270° from Yekaterinburg, Sverdlovsk, Russia [?]
7.8 miles South bearing 179° from Verkhnyaya Pyshma, Sverdlovsk, Russia
76.9 miles South bearing 162° from Nizhniy Tagil, Sverdlovsk, Russia
Last position: 2017-12-29 03:38:03 EST (173d 4h51m ago)
2017-12-29 13:38:03 +05 local time at Yekaterinburg, Russia [?]
Altitude: 849 ft
Course:
Last path: RV9CAB-2>APBM1D via RR9CAA,DMR*,qAR,RR9CAA (good)
Positions stored: 1963
Other SSIDs: rv9cab RV9CAB-1 RV9CAB-3
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R9CCC10.6 yards 270°2018-06-18 06:22:07 RR9CJ1.5 miles 283°2018-06-20 09:25:00
Popov061.6 miles 152°2018-06-20 09:25:37 UB8CDY1.9 miles 87°2018-06-12 12:29:30
R8CBW-i2.7 miles 113°2018-06-07 00:37:41 R8DDD-52.7 miles 116°2018-06-16 05:45:58
UB8CDY-53.8 miles 112°2018-06-02 03:56:26 R8CBE7.8 miles 1°2018-05-22 13:18:38
R9CIR-18.1 miles 359°2018-06-20 09:20:01 R9CIR C8.1 miles 359°2018-06-20 09:25:37
R9CIR-C8.1 miles 359°2018-06-20 09:25:47 R9CIR D8.1 miles 359°2018-06-20 09:25:17
R9CIR-D8.1 miles 359°2018-06-20 09:25:27 RA9CKC8.7 miles 352°2018-05-24 09:41:10
R9CIR8.8 miles 355°2018-06-20 09:21:20 R9CIR B8.8 miles 355°2018-06-20 09:24:57
R9CIR-B8.8 miles 355°2018-06-20 09:25:07 R8CAV-511.8 miles 343°2018-05-29 12:37:01
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