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Radius Search from Shakaga-take - West Peak

NameLocationRange Elev-Ft  Dist-Mi  Bearing Prom-FtRadius Search
Shakaga-takeJapan  Kyushu  40390.12ENE Radius Search
Hiko-sanJapan  Kyushu  393720.07N Radius Search
Kuju-sanJapan  Kyushu  586622.1ESE5866Radius Search
Aso-sanJapan  Kyushu  522324.35SSE Radius Search
Yufu-dakeJapan  Kyushu  519429.87ENE Radius Search
Tsurumi-dakeJapan  Kyushu  451132.17ENE Radius Search
Sefuri-yamaJapan  Kyushu  346134.59WNW Radius Search
Sobo-sanJapan  Kyushu  576136.39SE Radius Search
Ten-zanJapan  Kyushu  343244.35WNW Radius Search
Kunimi-dakeJapan  Kyushu  570544.74S Radius Search
Unzen-dakeJapan  Kyushu  445945.39SW Radius Search
Tara-dakeJapan  Kyushu  353048.35WSW Radius Search
Kyoga-dakeJapan  Kyushu  353049.01WSW Radius Search
Futago-yamaJapan  Kyushu  236549.51NE Radius Search
Kura-takeJapan  Kyushu  223861.63SSW2238Radius Search


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