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    Re: Casio CFX-9850G Calculator
    From: Vic Fraenckel
    Date: 2002 Apr 23, 20:12 -0400

    Bill,
    
    I have embarked on the long task of creating a program that does sight
    reductions without an paper almanac. I am going to replace the paper almanac
    with the JPL Planetary and Luner Ephemerides which is available on CDROM
    from Willmann-Bell, among other places. While I am quite aware that this has
    been done before, I am doing it as an intellectual excersize. While not a
    calculator person, I applaude your efforts.
    
    I didn't want you to think you were a lonely voice in the dark.
    
    Regards,
    
    Vic
    ________________________________________________________
    
    Victor Fraenckel - The Windman                 vfraenc1{at}nycap.rr.com
    KC2GUI                                                      www.windsway.com
    
          Home of the WindReader Electronic Theodolite
                                   Read the WIND
    
    "Victory at all costs, victory in spite of all terror, victory however long
    and hard the road may be; for without victory there is no survival."
    - Winston [Leonard Spencer] Churchill (1874 - 1965)
    
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: 
    To: 
    Sent: Tuesday, April 23, 2002 6:12 PM
    Subject: Re: Casio CFX-9850G Calculator
    
    
    | I wrote an article in PBO No. 326 (February 1994) titled "A Sun Sight
    | Calculator for UKL 17" for a TI-67 and a near identical article for
    Cruising
    | World (March 1996) titled "Create Your Own Sun Sight Reduction Program"
    for a
    | TI-81.  The theory is given in an article in the fall 1997 issue of The
    | Navigator's Newsletter.
    |
    | If you would like a copy of any of them, let me know.
    |
    | This has been a continuing hobby of mine.  For a while I sold a much
    larger
    | program for the TI-82 that did not only the Sun but also the Moon, four
    | planets, and 93 stars.  It has been a great way to learn a bit of obscure
    | knowledge.
    |
    | Bill Murdoch
    |
    
    
    

       
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