[aprssig] CNSP-18 Another Trans-Atlantic flight!! (Revised!))

Steve Noskowicz noskosteve at yahoo.com
Wed Dec 5 13:20:26 EST 2012

Based on the way it was turning southward, the ground winds may have been in a more southerly direction, so it may be south west of the location on the line connecting the last two packets. 

 Is there any chance someone will actually be looking?

73, Steve, K9DCI  USN (Vet)  MOT (Ret)  Ham (Yet)

--- On Wed, 12/5/12, Robert Bruninga <bruninga at usna.edu> wrote:

> I just updated my predicted touchdown based on the landing terrain
> elevation.  You can see the estimated object as "Revised?".  I used google
> earth to chart the elevations across the estimated final 4
> minutes as shown here:
>  http://aprs.org/K6RPT12-touchdown-b.JPG
> The idea is that the elevation was rising rapidly here, and so it would
> have hit the mountain earlier.
> Bob, WB4APR

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