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|139142||skysinue||23 Jul 10:38||jsbonillam|
|139144||skysinue||23 Jul 10:39||jsbonillam|
|139143||skysinue||23 Jul 10:39||jsbonillam|
|139145||skysinue||23 Jul 10:39||jsbonillam|
|139146||skysinue||23 Jul 10:39||jsbonillam|
|138914||skky||15 Jul 18:35||sinueklak|
|138915||skky||15 Jul 18:35||sinueklak|
|138926||fluorescente sinue||15 Jul 19:10||sinueklak|
|138964||Solar 180715 1400||17 Jul 20:12||gesenerman|
|138971||calibration on lightbulb||17 Jul 21:06||egelon|
|138983||Calibration1807||18 Jul 13:07||miggybonnin|