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  • Oblivian
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    Its a doozy



    https://www.sofia.usra.edu/science/p...t-series/oc4-e
    Last edited by Oblivian; 2016-06-09, 08:36.

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  • nzfatmatt
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    NASA is moving door first time out of Christchurch. FlightAware doesn't have any route for it.

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  • deconz
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    Originally posted by Westone View Post
    Yes. Some action at last


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    Just approaching WLG ... https://www.flightradar24.com/NZM716/9ef8684

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  • Westone
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    Originally posted by deconz View Post
    ZK-MVF is down to operate NZ5716 CHC/WLG at 1600. Let's see if she can finally enter commercial service today
    Yes. Some action at last


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  • deconz
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    ZK-MVF is down to operate NZ5716 CHC/WLG at 1600. Let's see if she can finally enter commercial service today

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  • nzfatmatt
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    Originally posted by 41south View Post
    Nice shot [emoji3]

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    Phone though binoculars, ugly but works. Was on the roof just about to tidy up antenna cabling again.

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  • 41south
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    Originally posted by nzfatmatt View Post
    SOFIA over Wellington.

    Nice shot [emoji3]

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  • nzfatmatt
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    SOFIA over Wellington.

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  • seatil
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    T-NZWR2 is mine. Located in Ngararatunua, Whangarei. Gathering data from the lounge window right now, outdoor antenna en route.

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  • nzfatmatt
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    On another note NASA's 747 SOFIA is on its way to NZ. Just about to land in Hawaii. ETA Chch 1100 Monday according to their Twitter.

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  • nzfatmatt
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    Been doing some more housekeeping. Discovered in the process my sealing around the N connector at the base of FlightRadar antenna wasn't perfect and there was some moisture which had caused the thread to get a little corroded. Inside was fine but a brass brush has smoothed it off again. More liberal with the coax sealant and amalgamating tape this time trying to seal the thread at top better, so nothing can get down.

    Still no further on working out what's wrong with my DPD antenna. Cable to it, usb dongle replaced, still crap. I have a cheap (Not sure how it will survive in the wind, time will tell!) eBay antenna with USB enclosed in the bottom which is kicking it's ass. It may be time to take it down and potentially retire it, will give it a little more time to see and have some FlightRadar Pro Sticks coming to have a play with.

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  • Westone
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    Originally posted by marke View Post
    T-NZCH35 is in Cashmere, Christchurch. 200M ASL
    Thanks, have updated

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  • marke
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    T-NZCH35 is in Cashmere, Christchurch. 200M ASL

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  • deconz
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    Originally posted by deconz View Post
    ZK-MVK down to operate it's first commercial service tomorrow - CHC/IVC NZ5063
    Last minute substitution with ZK-MVO to operate NZ5063

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  • deconz
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    ZK-MVK down to operate it's first commercial service tomorrow - CHC/IVC NZ5063

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