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"F5VLB amateur radio astronomy station" is listed in dxzone.com under 2 categories. Its main category is Meteor Scatters (operanting meteor scatter). Listed in our web site index since Saturday Feb 24 2007, till today received a total of 1308 hits, received 3 votes for a total score of 10.00/10

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