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APRS station VK8MT-2 - show graphs
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Comment: Allstar 43082 = Radio-less node
Location: 12°22.49' S 130°51.14' E - locator PH57KP20GA - show map - static map
0.4 miles North bearing 345° from Nightcliff, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia [?]
3.1 miles North bearing 357° from Ludmilla, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
6.0 miles North bearing 7° from Darwin, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
11.7 miles Northwest bearing 311° from Palmerston, Palmerston, Northern Territory, Australia
Last position: 2018-04-18 04:53:12 EDT (3d 4h57m ago)
2018-04-18 18:23:12 ACST local time at Nightcliff, Australia [?]
Device: Unknown: Unknown
Last path: VK8MT-2>APRS via TCPIP*,qAC,T2SYDNEY
Positions stored: 2
Packet rate: 1746 seconds between packets on average during 87319 seconds.
Other SSIDs: VK8MT VK8MT-1 VK8MT-10 VK8MT-4 VK8MT-5 VK8MT-6 VK8MT-9 VK8MT-B
Stations near current position of VK8MT-2 - show more
callsign distance last heard - EDT      callsign distance last heard - EDT
VK8MT-11.9 miles 70°2018-04-19 02:52:41 VK8HF3.3 miles 116°2018-04-21 09:45:23
VK8HF-13.7 miles 118°2018-04-05 06:48:48 VK8RAD A6.0 miles 187°2018-04-21 09:37:10
VK8RAD AD6.0 miles 187°2018-04-21 09:37:10 VK8RAD C6.0 miles 187°2018-04-21 09:37:10
VK8RAD-A6.0 miles 187°2018-04-21 09:36:55 VK8RAD-B6.0 miles 187°2018-04-21 09:36:55
VK8RAD-C6.0 miles 187°2018-04-21 09:36:55 VK8RAD B6.0 miles 187°2018-04-21 09:37:10
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