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    Re: Captain Cook's Sep 07th, 1773 Lunar revisited
    From: Alexandre Eremenko
    Date: 2012 Jul 24, 04:22 -0400

    Kermit,
    
    > Then, LAST BUT NOT LEAST, an obvious and immediate question : Any
    > published Cook's Lunar anywhere from a land place which can be (fully and
    > firmly) established to-day ? Anyone knows ??? ... so that I can start
    > playing the very same game again ... :-))
    
    Of course!
    Observations at Point Venus. They are taken from land, and the location of
    the observatory is known precisely.
    
    I investigated just few of them (you wrote that you read my article). But
    there are many! And this volume is available on the web.
    
    Alex.
    
    
    
    
    

       
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