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    Artificial Horizon: Wobble is gone!
    From: J Parsons
    Date: 2009 Apr 22, 07:50 -0700

    George and Brad,
    You were right on the money with the suggestion that tilt was my problem with 
    reading the A.H.  It seems so obvious now, that I wonder how I could have 
    failed to see it for myself.  
    
    I found last night, looking at a couple of faintly-reflected stars, that I 
    could even use the "wobble" to my advantage.  As the two images came together 
    it could be hard to tell whether they were precisely even or barely offset 
    vertically, but moving them slightly apart and back again by rocking the 
    sextant helped to keep them distinct until the moment of measurement.
    
    I'm anxious to work out the sight and compare it to reesults obtained before.
    
    -John
    
    
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