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APRS object TCPBFU99A - show graphs
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Source callsign: TCPBFU
Comment: VEGETATION FIRE Mentmore Road, Dee {GJcAA
Location: 42°13.56' S 146°34.84' E - locator QE37GS95QS - show map - static map
45.5 miles Northwest bearing 327° from New Norfolk, Derwent Valley, Tasmania, Australia [?]
48.3 miles Northwest bearing 317° from Bridgewater, Brighton, Tasmania, Australia
59.0 miles Northwest bearing 320° from Hobart, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia
61.4 miles Southwest bearing 207° from Launceston, Launceston, Tasmania, Australia
Last position: 2018-01-16 21:41:40 EST (246d 8h6m ago)
2018-01-17 13:41:40 AEDT local time at New Norfolk, Australia [?]
Last path: TCPBFU>APRS via qAS,WXSVR-AU
Positions stored: 1
Others sourced by TCPBFU: TCPBFU00A TCPBFU10A TCPBFU11A TCPBFU13A TCPBFU14A TCPBFU17A TCPBFU18A TCPBFU20A TCPBFU28A TCPBFU31A TCPBFU34A TCPBFU39A TCPBFU41A TCPBFU59A TCPBFU60A TCPBFU62A TCPBFU63A TCPBFU65A TCPBFU66A TCPBFU67A TCPBFU68A TCPBFU71A TCPBFU94A TCPBFUA
Stations near current position of TCPBFU99A - show more
callsign distance last heard - EDT      callsign distance last heard - EDT
VK7RIN17.0 miles 32°2018-09-20 06:48:12 CPDBFA04A19.1 miles 160°2018-09-14 03:51:46
EDWBFA04A19.1 miles 160°2018-09-14 03:51:46 TCPSWWA20.7 miles 331°2018-09-15 03:52:50
TMWMWWB24.0 miles 41°2018-09-13 16:23:05 VK7ZRO-1524.3 miles 116°2018-09-20 01:41:26
VK7ZRO-124.3 miles 116°2018-09-20 06:44:36 VK7ZRO-424.3 miles 116°2018-09-20 04:36:42
VK7MRS-933.4 miles 119°2018-09-06 05:17:26
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