A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
Date: 2017 Jun 29, 20:06 -0700
>> It is not the first time there should be some discrepancy between LMS analytic point and Lemoine (symmedian) point! <<
In any triangle of LOPs, the "LMS analytic point" (as you call it, and I understand what you mean) is strictly identical to the symmedian point of that triangle, as Villarceau proved in 1877 in his seminal work "Nouvelle navigation astronomique", published in that year.
And you went on to say
>> I would say in addition that we can find examples where Lemoine point does not appear as the good one... <<
Namely ... ?