A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Doug MacPherson
Date: 2018 Dec 29, 18:59 -0800
I recently received my 2019 copy of the Commercial Edition of the Nautical Almanac in the U.S. To my surprise, the inserted yellow card that typically has the Index to Selected Stars on the one side, and A2 Altitude Correction Tables 10°-90° - Sun and Stars, and Planets on the other, has replaced the latter with the Altitude Correction Tables 0°-35° - Moon?
Anyone know why the change?
I for one prefer the old set-up.