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Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 199.955 107.913 -73.390 42.589 -70.954 42.482 2.296 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 191.190 103.183 -73.371 42.3
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 198.858 107.321 -73.317 42.832 -71.027 42.240 11.517 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 189.528 102.286 -73.427 42.577 -71.357 41
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 199.871 107.868 -73.385 42.627 -70.959 42.444 3.883 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 192.080 103.663 -73.508 42.1
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 199.374 107.600 -73.355 42.744 -70.989 42.327 8.531 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 197.466 106.570 -73.442 42.5
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 199.813 107.837 -73.382 42.646 -70.962 42.425 4.668 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 195.121 105.304 -73.490 42.2
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 197.858 106.781 -71.373 41.869 -72.971 43.203 15.756 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 243.575 131.454 -72.951 43.4
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 198.526 107.142 -72.779 41.763 -71.565 43.308 13.081 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 196.105 105.835 -73.046 41.9
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 197.911 106.810 -73.197 43.006 -71.147 42.065 15.560 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 191.635 103.423 -73.197 42.9
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 197.884 106.795 -72.961 41.862 -71.383 43.209 15.661 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 194.533 104.987 -72.963 41.9
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 198.289 107.014 -73.260 42.145 -71.084 42.927 14.090 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 197.839 106.771 -73.220 42.1
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 197.824 106.763 -72.985 43.193 -71.359 41.878 15.879 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 202.041 109.039 -72.995 43.2
Harvard - MM - 545
&lt;?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot; encoding=&quot;UTF-8&quot;?&gt;&lt;Error&gt;&lt;Code&gt;NoSuchKey&lt;/Code&gt;&lt;Message&gt;The specified key does not exist.&lt;/Message&gt;&lt;Key&gt;1b4ab5fee493cead478cc9dca0883b865af0f908.txt&lt;/Key&gt;&lt;RequestId&gt;CD4F4F8B1291BE80&lt;/RequestId&gt;&lt;HostId&gt;Jv7vEylFxDCBNjuVHRUVfeIcjGhq
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 198.060 106.891 -71.441 41.827 -72.903 43.245 14.996 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 197.090 106.367 -72.865 43.2
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 199.736 107.795 -71.931 41.655 -72.413 43.416 5.545 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 217.002 117.113 -72.242 41.6
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 198.045 106.882 -72.908 41.829 -71.436 43.242 15.056 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 198.172 106.951 -72.601 41.7
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] 0.000 199.868 107.866 -73.385 42.628 -70.959 42.444 3.916 -72.172 42.536 67.669 -60.000 215.709 116.415 -73.519 42.3
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 197.691 106.691 -73.088 43.115 -71.256 41.957 16.353 -72.172 42.536 67.669 4V8 1B9
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 198.058 106.889 -73.226 42.971 -71.118 42.1 15.005 -72.172 42.536 67.669 DDH OWD
Harvard - MM - 545
&lt;?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot; encoding=&quot;UTF-8&quot;?&gt;&lt;Error&gt;&lt;Code&gt;NoSuchKey&lt;/Code&gt;&lt;Message&gt;The specified key does not exist.&lt;/Message&gt;&lt;Key&gt;2bf3fc852dccab2ba56b827d8f3430b815398e5a.txt&lt;/Key&gt;&lt;RequestId&gt;46B9FDA8F435AF8B&lt;/RequestId&gt;&lt;HostId&gt;dWLK/+sJIDmZidhqz2bm/MEMBxbZ
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 199.374 107.6 -73.355 42.744 -70.989 42.327 8.534 -72.172 42.536 67.669 DDH BOS
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 198.156 106.942 -73.242 42.12 -71.102 42.951 14.623 -72.172 42.536 67.669 GBR LWM
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 198.596 107.18 -73.294 42.874 -71.05 42.197 12.765 -72.172 42.536 67.669 DDH OWD
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 199.006 107.401 -73.329 42.808 -71.015 42.264 10.748 -72.172 42.536 67.669 DDH BOS
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 198.54 107.15 -73.288 42.883 -71.056 42.188 13.016 -72.172 42.536 67.669 DDH OWD ORE GDM
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 198.12 106.923 -73.236 42.959 -71.108 42.113 14.766 -72.172 42.536 67.669 DDH OWD
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 198.04 106.879 -73.223 42.975 -71.121 42.096 15.076 -72.172 42.536 67.669 DDH OWD ORE GDM
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 200 107.937 -73.392 42.539 -70.952 42.532 0.148 -72.172 42.536 67.669 PSF BVY
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 198.618 107.192 -73.296 42.201 -71.048 42.87 12.667 -72.172 42.536 67.669 GBR LWM
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 199.073 107.437 -73.334 42.275 -71.01 42.797 10.381 -72.172 42.536 67.669 GBR LWM
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 199.985 107.929 -73.392 42.504 -70.952 42.567 1.338 -72.172 42.536 67.669 PSF BVY ORE ORE
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 198.237 106.986 -73.253 42.135 -71.091 42.936 14.3 -72.172 42.536 67.669 GBR LWM ORE GDM
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 198.865 107.325 -73.318 42.831 -71.026 42.241 11.485 -72.172 42.536 67.669 DDH OWD
Harvard - MM - 545
time[min] xsec[km] xsec[nmi] x1.1st y1.1st x2.1st y2.1st xsec2[nmi] ctr.x ctr.y dpease[nmi] arpt1.1st arpt2.1st arpt1.2nd arpt2.2nd0 197.865 106.785 -73.186 43.019 -71.158 42.053 15.728 -72.172 42.536 67.669 DDH 1B9
Harvard - MM - 545
&lt;?xml version=&quot;1.0&quot; encoding=&quot;UTF-8&quot;?&gt;&lt;Error&gt;&lt;Code&gt;NoSuchKey&lt;/Code&gt;&lt;Message&gt;The specified key does not exist.&lt;/Message&gt;&lt;Key&gt;caca94b9412c801a4ac162c0224e9ec0565acacc.txt&lt;/Key&gt;&lt;RequestId&gt;776FEE47E4AB9B75&lt;/RequestId&gt;&lt;HostId&gt;gKu9m4x0MqFA5IevLuAbE5qo1zDN