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Listener Forum / Re: Extremely rare RWY 1R approaches KSFO 2/9/20
« Last post by diskus on February 10, 2020, 06:32:50 PM »
The two year figure came from one of the neighbors were we were viewing from. The last I observed (live audio) was 5 years ago 

https://flightaware.com/live/flight/DAL2349/history/20141230/1841Z/KATL/KSFO

Yesterday as I was watching:  Winds 360  30 knots  gust 37 knots

Any of the archives on either side of this one will include clearance to " 28R then circle to land 1R"  or even some "RNAV 1R" as there are some approach procedures at certain airlines for this runway

https://archive-server.liveatc.net/ksfo/KSFO-App-28LR-only-Feb-09-2020-2200Z.mp3

https://archive-server.liveatc.net/ksfo/KSFO-App-28LR-only-Feb-09-2020-2000Z.mp3 Includes a missed approach

Video



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Listener Forum / Re: Extremely rare RWY 1R approaches KSFO 2/9/20
« Last post by tyketto on February 10, 2020, 12:41:42 PM »
If you want to hear a rare event, 30 knot plus right cross on RWY 28 at SFO, had planes cleared 1R for several hours this afternoon. Very low terrain. A rare sight to behold. Will post pics and amazing video asap. I was told hasnt happened in two years. There are not even any publically published approaches available for 1R.

Longer than 2 years, I can tell you that. I want to say I can count on one hand the times it's happened in the almost 20 years now that I've been in NorCal. But having 30-35kt winds without any gusts, it's been (northern California) bitterly cold. you're right though; it's a rarity that they land the 1s. It may do you some good to grab the ATIS from the archives and post that, so everyone can see what they were dealing with..

BL.
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Pilot/Controller Forum / Re: ARCHIVE TIMESTAMP PROCESS
« Last post by tyketto on February 10, 2020, 12:37:13 PM »
In order to accurately timestamp a specific archive file, do we simply assume that "KBUR3-Gnd-Twr-App-Aug-15-2019-1730Z" accurately starts at 17:30 UTC and ends at 18:00 UTC?   If perfectly accurate, we can timestamp every event on recording in-between.

The archives may start up to a minute to 90 seconds before the timestamp on the file, and may complete the same way. That way there is overlap between the different files in the archives to pick up anything that may be there that you're trying to listen to and can pick up where you left off.

BL.
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Aviation Audio Clips / Re: 26 Jan: Kobe Bryant fatal helicopter crash
« Last post by farufon on February 10, 2020, 11:37:14 AM »
Can I ask a question please?

The archive files are different lengths.   So we can't assume it's always ending at the half-hour in order append the timestamp in a timeline.   So when you get these time stamps, do you assume the stamp of the file is the start, and whatever length it is, either overlaps or is short of the next half-hour archive file?
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Aviation Audio Clips / Re: 26 Jan: Kobe Bryant fatal helicopter crash
« Last post by farufon on February 10, 2020, 11:36:01 AM »
Can I ask a question please?

The archive files are different lengths.   So we can't assume it's always ending at the half-hour in order append the timestamp in a timeline.   So when you get these time stamps, do you assume the stamp of the file is the start, and whatever length it is, either overlaps or is short of the next half-hour archive file?
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(thoughts and prayers for the families)

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/3-men-and-1-woman-are-dead-in-a-small-jet-crash-in-georgia-officials-says/ar-BBZNPYR

The bodies of three men and one woman were recovered Sunday from the scene of a small plane crash in Georgia, according to Gordon County Deputy Coroner Christy Nicholson.he plane took off from Peachtree City on Saturday just after 9 a.m. bound for Nashville, Heidi Kemner, a National Transportation Safety Board aviation accident investigator, said.
The small jet was located early Saturday afternoon, Kemner said Sunday, "inverted in a creek."

Authorities are waiting to identify the victims pending confirmation by the George Bureau of Investigation's Crime Lab, Nicholson said.

The NTSB is investigating the crash, including the possibility weather was a factor.

FAA spokeswoman Kathleen Bergen previously told CNN a Cessna 501 departed Atlanta Regional Airport-Falcon Field in Peachtree City before disappearing around 50 miles north of Atlanta.

One resident, Danny Hyde, told CNN affiliate WSB-TV it was "snowing pretty hard" Saturday morning while he was cooking breakfast.

"And I hear this boom," Hyde said. "I said, 'Man, that sounded like thunder.'"

Local landowners discovered the wreckage in a remote area of the county, about 3 miles off a road, Gordon County Sheriff Mitch Ralston said Saturday afternoon.

"You cannot drive a vehicle into where the aircraft is located," Ralston said. "We had to use ATVs and walk in on foot."
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Listener Forum / Extremely rare RWY 1R approaches KSFO 2/9/20 (video)
« Last post by diskus on February 09, 2020, 10:23:43 PM »
If you want to hear a rare event, 30 knot plus right cross on RWY 28 at SFO, had planes cleared 1R for several hours this afternoon. Very low terrain. A rare sight to behold. Will post pics and amazing video asap. I was told hasnt happened in two years. There are not even any publically published approaches available for 1R.
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Pilot/Controller Forum / ARCHIVE TIMESTAMP PROCESS
« Last post by farufon on February 09, 2020, 12:40:54 PM »
In order to accurately timestamp a specific archive file, do we simply assume that "KBUR3-Gnd-Twr-App-Aug-15-2019-1730Z" accurately starts at 17:30 UTC and ends at 18:00 UTC?   If perfectly accurate, we can timestamp every event on recording in-between.

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Listener Forum / Re: EINN Shannon Control High #1 Up but no audio
« Last post by dave on February 09, 2020, 08:39:22 AM »
Known issue...trying to get it resolved.
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Listener Forum / EINN Shannon Control High #1 Up but no audio
« Last post by emm on February 09, 2020, 06:02:38 AM »
Hi  the EINN Shannon Control High #1 feed is showing as up but there is no audio playing its just silence
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