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APRS object T4840005 - show graphs
Source callsign: OE3XWU-11
Comment: Clb=-2.7m/s t=6.6C h=57.0% 404.70MHz Type=RS41-SG TxOff=7h15m OG=504m azimuth=117 dist=269.677 elevation=-1.43 dev=omni
Location: 47°23.80' N 18°34.91' E - locator JN97GJ95TE - show map - static map
8.2 km Northwest bearing 297° from Vál, Fejér, Hungary [?]
8.8 km East bearing 86° from Csákvár, Fejér, Hungary
36.2 km West bearing 252° from Budapest, Budapest, Hungary
138.2 km Southeast bearing 127° from Bratislava, Bratislavský, Slovakia
Last position: 2022-02-11 05:45:45 UTC (351d 5h25m ago)
2022-02-11 06:45:45 CET local time at Vál, Hungary [?]
Altitude: 751 m
Course: 101°
Speed: 15 km/h
Last path: OE3XWU-11>APLWS2 via qAU,OE3XWU-15
Positions stored: 1287
Others sourced by OE3XWU-11: D20024435 D20024534 D20065122 D20065187 ME8A01127 ME8A01139 ME9201851 ME9201852 ME9201861 ME9201864 ME9201866 ME9201867 ME9201868 ME9201871 R1150500 R3710255 S1950390 S2010173 S2430513 S2721675 S2740665 S2840391 S2920546 S4350423 S4430554 S4430585 S4440875 S4440887 T1010671 T1010679 T1030145 T1110006 T1110224 T1110230 T1110607 T1110609 T1110647 T1110692 T1111421 T1250598 T1320342 T1550478 T1550479 T1550666 T1610198 T1610261 T1610262 T1610266 T1610272 T1610275 T1610302 T1610315 T1610332 T1610333 T1610635 T1620012 T1630673 T1710494 T1710497 T1710628 T1710654 T1720183 T1910384 T1920049 T1920095 T1920213 T1920215 T2440056 T2440733 T2440736 T2440916 T2440922 T3350388 T3550052 T3620068 T3620071 T3730741 T4840038 T4840044 T4840046 T4840047 T4840048 T4840049
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