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    Re: Captain Cook's Celestial Navigation- ,Lunars
    From: Bill Murdoch
    Date: 1998 Jun 08, 4:28 PM

    A very good summary of the lunar distance method is John M. Luykx,
    "Determining Longitude by Lunar Distance Observation (Parts 1-3)" in issues
    54, 55,& 56 of The Navigator's Newsletter.  The web site of the publisher,
    "The Foundation for the Promotion of the Art of Navigation" should get you
    leads on getting a reprint.
    
    The USPS magazine, The Ensign, ran a shorter article with the method in the
    August 1991 issue.
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