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    Celestal navigation on a CD
    From: George Huxtable
    Date: 2007 Mar 26, 00:04 +0100

    On February 14, Robert Eno posted the following message-
    
    "To those of you who are members of the Navigation Foundation you will
    have read your newsletter by now and this announcement is yesterday's
    headline. To those of you who are not, the Institute of Navigation
    will shortly be releasing a single CD with a complete set of papers on
    celestial navigation going back to 1946.
    
    If you are as pleased and exited about this as I am, thank the folks
    at the Navigation Foundation who had a hand in this. There was a time
    when I feared that the Foundation would fade away due to the deaths of
    some key individuals and a general lack of interest and support, but
    they appear to have made a real comeback and are surging forward with
    many new and exiting initiatives.
    
    To the people at the Navigation Foundation: Terry, David, Roger,
    William, Douglas....I salute you gentlemen. You have proven that we
    are not down for the count just yet!"
    
    ======================
    
    from George-
    
    I endorse all that Robert has said. David Burch, of Starpath, and
    editor of the Navigator's Newsletter, has done a superb job, in
    selecting all the articles that have appeared in the (US) journal
    "Navigation", of the Institute of Navigation, over the years, which
    have a traditional-navigation slant. Anything, that is, that would
    interest his own readers of N.N., and members of Navlist, whose
    interests overlap thoroughly. In the past, I've obtained copies of a
    few articles from Navigation, and each one is included in this
    collection. I can't think of anything he has missed out.
    
    All of these come on a single CD at a bargain price of $25 from the I
    o N. The articles are encoded in Adobe Acrobat form. They have been
    carefully scanned and the figures come out well. What's more, there's
    no restriction (as is frequently found elsewhere) on printing them
    out.
    
    You can order them online directly from the ION  website.  Here is the
    link:
    
    http://www.ion.org/shopping/begin.cfm  it sells for $25 plus postage.
    
    Then scroll down to the bottom of that page for an order form.
    
    My congratulations go to David Burch for doing a fine job, and a
    useful one.
    
    One sour note to add. I discovered, within that website, that there
    would by "shipping charges" for the CD, which to UK would amount to
    $25, on top of the $25 for the disc. I still reckoned it worthwhile,
    so I paid up. It arrived, by airmail, without any special packing, and
    with a stamp which had cost $5.05. What a rip-off!
    
    I understand that shipping charges within US are also
    disproportionately high.
    
    Below, I have converted the contents list into a simple text file, to
    show the range of the 285 papers that have been included. It may or
    may not come over intelligibly when converted into email format. If it
    doesn't, don't blame it on the original CD, which in itself is crystal
    clear. You can see how the traditional-nav content of the journal has
    tapered off to nothing over recent years. Most of the relevant
    articles come from the glory-days before the 1990s.
    
    George.
    
    contact George Huxtable at george---.u-net.com
    or at +44 1865 820222 (from UK, 01865 820222)
    or at 1 Sandy Lane, Southmoor, Abingdon, Oxon OX13 5HX, UK.
    
    
    1      RESURRECTING THE ANALEMMA      Samuel G. Shaw      Vol. 49 No.
    01, 2002
    
    2      AUTHOR'S REPLY TO COMMENTS ON "THE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION OF
    CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS"       Arne B. Molander       Vol. 46 No. 03,
    1999
    
    3      COMMENTS ON "THE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS"
    Keith A. Pickering       Vol. 46 No. 03, 1999
    
    4     THE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS       Arne B.
    Molander       Vol. 44 No. 04, 1997
    
    5     THE DIRECT FIX OF LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE FROM TWO OBSERVED
    ALTITUDES       Stanley W. Gery       Vol. 44 No. 01, 1997
    
    6     THE LUNAR DISTANCE METHOD IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY: A
    SIMULATION OF JOSHUA SLOCUM'S OBSERVATION ON JUNE 16, 1896
    Siebren Y. Van der Werf Vol. 44 No. 01, 1997
    
    7     A NAVIGATION SOLUTION INVOLVING CHANGES TO COURSE AND SPEED
    George H. Kaplan      Vol. 43 No. 04, 1996
    
    8      DETERMINING THE POSITION AND MOTION OF A VESSEL FROM CELESTIAL
    OBSERVATIONS       George H. Kaplan      Vol. 42 No. 04, 1995
    
    9      TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF SEXTANT INDEX ERROR       R. Egler
    Vol. 42 No. 03, 1995
    
    10      PRACTICAL SAILING FORMULAS FOR RHUMB-LINE TRACKS ON AN OBLATE
    EARTH       George H. Kaplan      Vol. 42 No. 02, 1995
    
    11      MINIMIZING ERRORS IN CELESTIAL POSITIONING       Paul F. Ross
    Vol. 41 No. 03, 1994
    
    12      PILOTING WITH CELESTIAL ALGORITHMS       Thomas R. Metcalf and
    Frederic T. Metcalf      Vol. 41 No. 02, 1994
    
    13    CAPT. P. V. H. WEEMS AND THE TRANSITION FROM MARINE TO AIR
    NAVIGATION      G. D. Dunlap      Vol. 40 No. 01, 1993
    
    14    A SIMPLIFIED SIGHT REDUCTION METHOD FOR CELESTIAL NAVIGATION
    John D. Woodworth      Vol. 39 No. 04, 1992
    
    15    THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM: AN EXTENSION TO THE
    OVERDETERMINED CELESTIAL FIX   Thomas R. Metcalf      Vol. 39 No. 04,
    1992
    
    16    AN ANALYSIS OF ADMIRAL PEARY'S SLEDGING SPEEDS      William E.
    Molett      Vol. 39 No. 03, 1992
    
    17      HISTORY OF AERIAL POLAR NAVIGATION      Joseph N. Portney
    Vol. 39 No. 02, 1992
    
    18      ADVANCING CELESTIAL CIRCLES OF POSITION       Thomas R.
    Metcalf      Vol. 38 No. 03, 1991
    
    19    ON THE OVERDETERMINED CELESTIAL FIX   Thomas R. Metcalf and
    Frederic T. Metcalf      Vol. 38 No. 01, 1991
    
    20    THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM: ANALYSIS OF WHETHER PEARY
    EMPLOYED AMUNDSEN'S METHOD OF OBTAINING COMPASS HEADING, (1); COMMENTS
    ON COL. MOLETT'S ANALYSIS, (2). (1) William E. Molett, (2) Thomas D.
    Davies      Vol. 37 No. 01, 1990
    
    21      OVERDETERMINED CELESTIAL FIX BY ITERATION       Robert W.
    Severance       Vol. 36 No. 04, 1989
    
    22      ANALYSIS OF ADMIRAL PEARY'S TRIP TO THE NORTH POLE
    William E. Molett      Vol. 36 No. 02, 1989
    
    23      SMOOTHING A NOON SIGHT       Robert W. Severance       Vol. 35
    No. 02, 1988
    
    24    THE WORLD'S FIRST SEXTANTS       Saul Moskowitz       Vol. 34
    No. 01, 1987
    
    25    WHERE IN THE WORLD ARE WE?       J. F. Roeber      Vol. 33 No.
    04, 1986
    
    26      AUTONOMOUS SATELLITE NAVIGATION USING OBSERVATIONS OF
    STARLIGHT ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION       Robert L. White, Sam W.
    Thurman, Frank A. Barnes       Vol. 32 No. 04, 1985
    
    27      POSITION FROM OBSERVATION OF A SINGLE BODY James N. Wilson
    Vol. 32 No. 01, 1985
    
    28      MATHEMATICAL 3-ARM PROTRACTOR       W. B. Ruhnow       Vol. 31
    No. 01, 1984
    
    29      ACCURACY: WHAT IS IT? WHY DO I NEED IT?HOW MUCH DO I NEED?
    J. F. Roeber      Vol. 30 No. 02, 1983
    
    30    THE WIND AND CURRENT CHART SERIES PRODUCED BY MATTHEW FONTAINE
    MAURY Marc I. Pinsel      Vol. 28 No. 02, 1981
    
    31    A HANDHELD COLLISION AVOIDANCE AID   J. D. Luse Vol. 28 No. 01,
    1981
    
    32    AIDS TO NAVIGATION POSITIONING PROJECT       James E. Smith, Jr.
    Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981
    
    33    AN ANALYTICAL SOLUTION OF THE TWO STAR SIGHT PROBLEM OF
    CELESTIAL NAVIGATION      James A. Van Allen       Vol. 28 No. 01,
    1981
    
    34    K-12 METHOD BY CALCULATOR: A SINGLE PROGRAM FOR ALL CELESTIAL
    FIXES, DIRECTLY OR BY POSITION LINES       S. Kotlaric       Vol. 28
    No. 01, 1981
    
    35    MOST PROBABLE FIX POSITION REDUCTION       G. D. Morrison
    Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981
    
    36    THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM       T. D. Davies, Norman G.
    Cubberly       Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981
    
    37      UNAMBIGUOUS TWO BODY FIX METHODS DERIVED FROM CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC
    PRINCIPLES       Torben Kjer Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981
    
    38      VERTICAL SEXTANT ANGLES SHORT OF THE HORIZON       W. C.
    Marlow       Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981
    
    39    JOHN CHURCHMAN AND THE LONGITUDE PROBLEM       Charles H. Cotter
    Vol. 27 No. 03, 1980
    
    40      GENERAL CONVENTIONS AND SOLUTIONS-THEIR USE IN CELESTIAL
    NAVIGATION       G. G. Bennett       Vol. 26 No. 04, 1979
    
    41    SOME REMARKS ON SIGHT REDUCTION WITH MATRICES      Dewit, C
    Vol. 26 No. 03, 1979
    
    42      SIMILARITIES BETWEEN CLASSICAL CELESTIAL NAVIGATION AND
    ELECTROSTATIC GYRO NAVIGATION       J. N. Schmidt       Vol. 26 No.
    03, 1979
    
    43    THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM       C. de Wit, R. G.
    Huenemann, D. W. Kerst, E. G. DeAvies       Vol. 26 No. 03, 1979
    
    44    A COMPLETELY PROGRAMMABLE METHOD OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION
    C. T. Daub Vol. 26 No. 01, 1979
    
    45    A NEW METHOD FOR PLOTTING THE POSITION LINE: THE GOLEM SOLUTION
    E. Gradsztajn       Vol. 26 No. 01, 1979
    
    46    HAND HELD CALCULATORS-AN EVALUATION OF THEIR USE FOR CELESTIAL
    NAVIGATION      A. Bralove      Vol. 25 No. 04, 1978
    
    47      LONGITUDE BY LUNAR OBSERVATIONS AND THE POCKET CALCULATOR
    D. W. Kerst       Vol. 25 No. 04, 1978
    
    48    R1-D1: SOME IMPLICATIONS OF SHIP AUTOMATION ON ORGANIZATION,
    TRAINING, DESIGN AND LOGISTICS       C. W. Koburger, Jr.   Vol. 25 No.
    04, 1978
    
    49    SIGHT REDUCTION WITH MATRICES      Watkins. R. and Janiczek. P.
    M
    
          Vol. 25 No. 04, 1978
    
    50    THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM       R. Watkins, P. M.
    Janiczek and R. G. Huenemann      Vol. 25 No. 04, 1978
    
    51    A METHOD FOR DIRECT DETERMINATION OF TIME OF TRANSIT OF A
    CELESTIAL BODY WHEN THE OBSERVER IS MOVING       R. W. Peach
    Vol. 25 No. 03, 1978
    
    52    THE METHOD OF ASSUMED ALTITUDES: A NEW APPROACH TO AN OLD ART
    T. D. Davies       Vol. 25 No. 03, 1978
    
    53    THOMAS GODFREY'S QUADRANTS       C. H. Cotter       Vol. 25 No.
    01, 1978
    
    54    NEW DMAHC NAVIGATION PUBLICATIONS       E. B. Brown       Vol.
    24 No. 03, 1977
    
    55    A METHOD FOR COMPACTING NAVIGATION TABLES       J. B. Jalickee
    and W. J. Klepczynski       Vol. 24 No. 02, 1977
    
    56      LONGITUDE WITHOUT TIME J. W. Luce  Vol. 24 No. 02, 1977
    
    57    ON THE COST OF MAKING MISTAKES IN NAVIGATION      O. D. Anderson
    Vol. 24 No. 02, 1977
    
    58    A NEW METHOD OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION       R. E. Ogilvie
    Vol. 24 No. 01, 1977
    
    59    TWO BODY FIXES BY CALCULATOR       M. F. A'Hearn and G. S.
    Rossano       Vol. 24 No. 01, 1977
    
    60    THE ALMANACS-YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW       P. K.
    Seidelmann, P. M. Janiczek and R. F. Haupt       Vol. 23 No. 04, 1976
    
    61    THE COAST GUARD TWO PULSE LORAN-C COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM       D.
    A. Feldman, M. A. Letts and R. J. Wenzel       Vol. 23 No. 04, 1976
    
    62    THE THANKLESS NAVIGATOR       T. D. Nicholson      Vol. 23 No.
    04, 1976
    
    63    TWO CENTURIES OF NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS IN JAPAN       T. Mozai
    Vol. 23 No. 04, 1976
    
    64    DIRECT METHODS OF LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE DETERMINATION BY
    MINI-COMPUTER       C. Wight       Vol. 23 No. 02, 1976
    
    65      EVALUATION OF SEVERAL NAVIGATION ALGORITHMS FOR APPLICATION TO
    GENERAL AVIATION       B. Conrad, C. T. Jackson, Jr. and A. J. Korsak
    Vol. 23 No. 01, 1976
    
    66      FINDING LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE BY CALCULATORS       C. Fox
    Vol. 22 No. 04, 1975
    
    67    HAND HELD CALCULATOR TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO AN ADVANCED OMEGA
    RECEIVER       B. N. Gaon Vol. 22 No. 04, 1975
    
    68      LONGITUDE WITHOUT TIME D. W. Kerst       Vol. 22 No. 04, 1975
    
    69      NAVIGATION APPLICATIONS OF THE HP-65 CALCULATOR       K. E.
    Newcomer       Vol. 22 No. 02, 1975
    
    70    THE ACCURACY OF CELESTIAL FIXES AS COMPARED TO NAVSAT POSITIONS
    BY LEAST SQUARES ADJUSTMENT       H. F. Van Der Grinten       Vol. 22
    No. 02, 1975
    
    71    A DIP SHORT NOMOGRAM       M. F. A'Hearn       Vol. 21 No. 03,
    1974
    
    72      PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION       R. M. Leve
    Vol. 21 No. 01, 1974
    
    73    THE NAV-AID: A CALCULATOR FOR NAVIGATION       R. G. Hirsch and
    R. L. Charlton       Vol. 21 No. 01, 1974
    
    74    THE USE OF THE HP-35 CALCULATOR FOR SIGHT REDUCTION       S.
    Rigby       Vol. 21 No. 01, 1974
    
    75    H. O. 229 INTERPOLATION     E. B. Brown and J. J. Speight
    Vol. 20 No. 03, 1973
    
    76    A DAY/NIGHT REMOTE-CONTROLLED LLLTV CAMERA-SEXTANT SYSTEM FOR
    GENERAL AND CELESTIAL NAVIGATION       S. Feldman, G. Barton, B. Katz
    and R. Wilkinson       Vol. 20 No. 02, 1973
    
    77    THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTIFICIAL HORIZON FOR CELESTIAL
    NAVIGATION       S. Moskowitz       Vol. 20 No. 01, 1973
    
    78      CELESTIAL FIX-INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL?       Alton B Moody
    Vol. 19 No. 04, 1972
    
    79    SIGHT REDUCTION USING THE PORTABLE SEXTANT COMPUTER SYSTEM
    S. Feldman, P. K. Seidelmann, E. D. Stephenson, and H. C. Ketts Vol.
    19 No. 04, 1972
    
    80      COMPUTER SIGHT REDUCTION BASED ON INTERSECTION OF EQUAL
    ALTITUDE CIRCLES      R. W. Flynn Vol. 19 No. 01, 1972
    
    81      NAVIGATIONAL PLANNING AND THE USE OF SPECIAL TECHNIQUES
    Byron E. Franklin and Ernest B. Brown      Vol. 19 No. 01, 1972
    
    82    A DIGITAL READ-OUT DAY AND NIGHT MARINE SEXTANT      Sidney
    Feldman      Vol. 18 No. 04, 1971
    
    83    NEW SHORT METHOD TABLES (KI 1) FOR DIRECT FINDING OF A TWO STAR
    FIX WITHOUT USE OF ALTITUDE DIFFERENCE METHOD       Stjepo Kotlaric
    Vol. 18 No. 04, 1971
    
    84      EXAMPLES OF MOON SIGHTS TO OBTAIN TIME AND LONGITUDE      Dr
    Frances W. Wright      Vol. 18 No. 03, 1971
    
    85    LOCAL HOUR ANGLE OF ARIES TABLES       Frederick L. Devereux,
    Jr.   Vol. 18 No. 02, 1971
    
    86      NAVIGATION AT THE PRIME MERIDIAN       G. Gebel and B.
    Matthews      Vol. 18 No. 02, 1971
    
    87    TIME AND NAVIGATION       Dr. R. L. Duncombe and R. F. Haupt
    Vol. 17 No. 04, 1970
    
    88    USE OF PLANETARIA IN NAVIGATION INSTRUCTION      Major Kenneth
    W. Brotnow      Vol. 17 No. 04, 1970
    
    89      CERTAIN Hc/Z COMPUTATION POSSIBILITIES     Alfred H. Kerrick
    Vol. 17 No. 03, 1970
    
    90      NAVIGATION BY DEFINITION      N. W. Emmott      Vol. 17 No.
    03, 1970
    
    91      TRIANGULATION THEORY AND TECHNIQUES      Cherokee C. Johnson
    Vol. 17 No. 03, 1970
    
    92    STONE HENGE AND THE PIRI RE'IS MAP       Alan R. Gillespie
    Vol. 17 No. 02, 1970
    
    93    THE METHOD OF LUNAR DISTANCES AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCE
    Saul Moskowitz      Vol. 17 No. 02, 1970
    
    94      PRECOMP NAVIGATION       Capt. P. V. H. Weems, USN (Ret.)
    Vol. 16 No. 04, 1969
    
    95      PRACTICE DOES NOT ALWAYS MAKE PERFECT NAVIGATION       RADM
    Ross F. Bullard, USCG  Vol. 16 No. 03, 1969
    
    96    FUTURE ASPECTS OF MARINE NAVIGATION FOR SMALL CRAFT       Vernon
    I. Weihe      Vol. 16 No. 02, 1969
    
    97    MICRO COMPASS FOR SMALL BOAT NAVIGATION       Marvin Taylor
    Vol. 16 No. 02, 1969
    
    98      LONGITUDE WITHOUT TIME Bruno Outlepp      Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969
    
    99      NAVIGATING TO THE NORTH POLE-A SURFACE TRAVERSE       Major
    Gerald R. Pitzl, USMCR      Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969
    
    100   NIGHT VISION NAVIGATION       G. D. Dunlap and Oliver J. Edwards
    Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969
    
    101   SMALL CRAFT OPERATION ON THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY OF THE GULF
    AREA P/C George K. Holland, N, USPS  Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969
    
    102   YACHT NAVIGATION       Ben Warriner      Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969
    
    103   A PRACTICAL MECHANICAL CALCULATOR SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY
    Mitchell E. Timin and Alan M. Schneider       Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968
    
    104      IRRADIATION AND MANUAL NAVIGATION       Richard F. Haines and
    William H. Allen       Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968
    
    105   NOTE ON DETERMINING RANGE FROM SEXTANT ALTITUDE       Dr.
    William H. Guier       Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968
    
    106   ON THE ACCURACY OF CELESTIAL MPP'S IN AIR NAVIGATION       Major
    Ronald A. Briggs, USAF      Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968
    
    107   SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES FOR ORBITAL PLANE DETERMINATION
    William P. Devereux      Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968
    
    108   GREAT CIRCLE ROUTE       Lieut. Jack O. Horton, Jr., USNR  Vol.
    15 No. 03, 1968
    
    109   TRUE AZIMUTH CALCULATION       Michael C. Hutchins      Vol. 15
    No. 03, 1968
    
    110      PROGRESS IN PRECISION TIMEKEEPING AND TIME DISTRIBUTION
    R. Glenn Hall      Vol. 15 No. 02, 1968
    
    111   GREAT CIRCLE SAILING (GRAPHIC SOLUTION)       William M. Fraser
    Vol. 15 No. 01, 1968
    
    112      ANALYSIS OF THE CELESTIAL PLOT IN MARINE NAVIGATION
    Ernest B. Brown      Vol. 14 No. 04, 1967
    
    113   MARINE NAVIGATION: WHERE WE STAND-WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE G. D.
    Dunlap       Vol. 14 No. 04, 1967
    
    114      NAVIGATION OF PLEASURE BOATS       R. R. Blandford      Vol.
    14 No. 04, 1967
    
    115   THE NAUTICAL ALMANAC IN ITS SEVENTH THIRD OF A CENTURY       D.
    H. Sadler       Vol. 14 No. 04, 1967
    
    116   A SMALL BOAT NAVIGATION SYSTEM       Allan C. Bernstein
    Vol. 14 No. 03, 1967
    
    117   AN ENGINEERING APPROACH TO THE MATHEMATICS OF CELESTIAL
    NAVIGATION       Joseph W. Little      Vol. 14 No. 03, 1967
    
    118   USE OF A SMALL COMPUTER AS A CELESTIAL NAVIGATION AID   D. W.
    Range and R. N. Southworth      Vol. 14 No. 03, 1967
    
    119   THE FRANKLIN PILOTING TECHNIQUE       Ernest B. Brown and Bryon
    E. Franklin      Vol. 14 No. 02, 1967
    
    120   MARINE USER'S MODIFICATIONS TO THE AIR ALMANAC       Ernest B.
    Brown      Vol. 14 No. 01, 1967
    
    121   THREE DIMENSION CELESTIAL NAVIGATION      Loren E. DeGroot and
    John Larsen      Vol. 13 No. 04, 1966
    
    122   AN ASTRONOMICAL GUIDANCE SYSTEM FOR AIR NAVIGATION      Col. R.
    Genty      Vol. 13 No. 03, 1966
    
    123      CELESTIAL NAVIGATION PROCEDURES      Cdr. Robert E. Williams,
    USESSA      Vol. 13 No. 02, 1966
    
    124      DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRONIC AIDS TO NAVIGATION FOR THE SMALL
    CRAFT NAVIGATOR      Lt. L. J. DeGraw, USCG  Vol. 13 No. 02, 1966
    
    125   SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES FOR MARINE NAVIGATION      J. H. Blythe,
    Dr. R. L. Duncombe, and D. H. Sadler      Vol. 13 No. 02, 1966
    
    126      PROPOSED NAUTICAL UNITS OF LENGTH AND TIME Dr. John C.
    Bellamy       Vol. 13 No. 01, 1966
    
    127      CELESTIALLY REFERENCED ELECTRONIC SPACE TRACKING       Robert
    Irving      Vol. 12 No. 04, 1965
    
    128      NAVIGATIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND METHODS OF RECREATIONAL BOATMEN
    Cdr. John E. Everson, N, USPS  Vol. 12 No. 04, 1965
    
    129      SEXTANT SIGHTING PERFORMANCE FOR SPACE NAVIGATION USING
    SIMULATED AND REAL CELESTIAL TARGETS       Bedford A. Lampkin
    Vol. 12 No. 04, 1965
    
    130   FROM SIMPLE QUADRANT TO SPACE SEXTANT       Saul Moskowitz
    Vol. 12 No. 03, 1965
    
    131   LUNAR DISTANCES AND OCCULTATIONS USING H. O. 214   D. D.
    Williams      Vol. 12 No. 02, 1965
    
    132   NEWEST ONE-ENTRY NAVIGATION TABLES       Captain G. P.
    Hadjilias, N. C., M. I. N.    Vol. 12 No. 02, 1965
    
    133      PRINTING OF ASTRONOMICAL AND SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES       R.
    L. Duncombe and R. F. Haupt      Vol. 12 No. 02, 1965
    
    134      LIMITATIONS IMPOSED ON CELESTIAL NAVIGATION DUE TO
    INACCURACIES OF STAR POSITIONS       Francis P. Scott      Vol. 11 No.
    01, 1964
    
    135   STICK CHARTS OF MICRONESIA       Lt. Col. Charles J. Davis
    Vol. 11 No. 01, 1964
    
    136   THE "LOG" OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION       T. R. Stenberg      Vol.
    11 No. 01, 1964
    
    137   ERRORS AND ACCURACY OF POSITION, LOPs, AND FIXES       T. R.
    Stenberg      Vol. 10 No. 04, 1963
    
    138   SMALL CRAFT NAVIGATION       Cdr. Charles M. Bradley, USPS  Vol.
    10 No. 04, 1963
    
    139   A SELF-CONTAINED NAVIGATION SYSTEM (NOTES AND COMMENT)
    Capt. R. E. Jasperson, USN (ret.)      Vol. 10 No. 02, 1963
    
    140      POLYNESIAN NAVIGATION (NOTES AND COMMENT)      Capt. Brett
    Hilder      Vol. 10 No. 02, 1963
    
    141      CELESTIAL HEADING REFERENCES       Eric H. Tecklenburg
    Vol. 09 No. 01, 1962
    
    142      POLYNESIAN NAVIGATION       J. P. Frankel       Vol. 09 No.
    01, 1962
    
    143      PLOTTING THE FUTURE COURSE OF MARINE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION
    Gene R. Marner      Vol. 07 No. 04, 1960
    
    144      CELESTIAL SIGHTING THROUGH THE SUBMARINE PERISCOPE       Lt.
    Cmdr. Robert Irving, USN       Vol. 07 No. 02 & 3, 1960
    
    145   PRINCE HENRY THE NAVIGATOR       Norman J. W. Thrower       Vol.
    07 No. 02 & 3, 1960
    
    146      SURVIVAL POSITION LOCATION USING STAR SIGHTING       E. H.
    Sharkey      Vol. 06 No. 08, 1959-1960
    
    147   A PROPOSAL FOR A NEW METHOD OF CELESTIAL SIGHT REDUCTION AND
    LINE-OF-POSITION PLOTTING      Dan N. Hurwitz      Vol. 06 No. 07,
    1959
    
    148   THE RHUMB LINE ON THE ELLIPSOIDAL EARTH       Ralph Hoyt Bacon
    Vol. 06 No. 07, 1959
    
    149   THE INSTITUTE AND THE SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE       Capt. Alton B.
    Moody, USNR      Vol. 06 No. 06, 1959
    
    150      CELESTIAL NAVIGATION WITHOUT A VERTICAL REFERENCE
    Phillip R. Burton       Vol. 06 No. 05, 1959
    
    151   THE LIMACON OF PASCAL AS A BASIS FOR COMPUTED AND GRAPHIC
    METHODS OF DETERMINING ASTRONOMIC POSITIONS       Alfred H. Kerrick
    Vol. 06 No. 05, 1959
    
    152   THE NEW BOWDITCH: A REVIEW       Grenville D. Zerfass       Vol.
    06 No. 05, 1959
    
    153      POLYNESIAN NAVIGATIONAL STONES       Capt. Brett Hilder
    Vol. 06 No. 04, 1958-1959
    
    154   AN AUTOMATIC ASTRO COMPASS       David B. Nichinson      Vol. 06
    No. 03, 1958
    
    155   A PROPOSAL FOR A SURVIVAL SEXTANT       Leonard E. Gray
    Vol. 06 No. 02, 1958
    
    156   HAROLD GATTY AS WE KNEW HIM       Capt. P. V. H. Weems, USN
    (Ret.)      Vol. 06 No. 02, 1958
    
    157   THE SEARCH FOR SELF-CONTAINED NAVIGATION AIDS       Richard Y.
    Miner      Vol. 06 No. 02, 1958
    
    158   THE ZENITH INDICATOR POSITION INSTRUMENT       Lt. J. D.
    Bottoms, USN   Vol. 06 No. 02, 1958
    
    159   AN UNIDENTIFIED MARINER'S ASTROLABE      N/A      Vol. 05 No.
    08, 1957-1958
    
    160   THE DISCOVERY OF THE LONGITUDE       Norman J. W. Thrower
    Vol. 05 No. 08, 1957-1958
    
    161   THE TRUE DISTANCE AND AZIMUTH COMPUTER FOR POLAR NAVIGATION
    Sheridan L. Hall      Vol. 05 No. 08, 1957-1958
    
    162      ANTARCTIC NAVIGATION       Capt. Charles W. Thomas, USCG
    Vol. 05 No. 07, 1957
    
    163      PRECISION CELESTIAL NAVIGATION IN HIGH-SPEED, HIGH-ALTITUDE
    AIRCRAFT      Major Harold F. Korger, USAF      Vol. 05 No. 06, 1957
    
    164   A FORMAT FOR A RAPID MULTIPLE-STAR-FIX SOLUTION       Lieutenant
    (j.g.) Jo Swerling, Jr., USNR      Vol. 05 No. 04, 1956
    
    165   VECTOR DIAGRAMS FOR SAILBOAT DEAD RECKONING       Leonard E.
    Gray      Vol. 05 No. 04, 1956
    
    166   AN IMPROVED PROTRACTOR       Lieutenant Commander C. H. Blair,
    USN   Vol. 05 No. 02, 1956
    
    167      CELESTIAL NAVIGATION IN HIGH LATITUDES       Major William E.
    Molett, USAF      Vol. 05 No. 02, 1956
    
    168      COMPUTERS FOR MOTION OF THE BODY AND OBSERVER      Captain
    Martin Berkovitz, USAF  Vol. 05 No. 02, 1956
    
    169      PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN SURVIVAL NAVIGATION      Glenn M.
    Hawkins      Vol. 05 No. 02, 1956
    
    170   POLAR (ICECAP) NAVIGATION       Major Palle Mogensen, U. S. Army
    Vol. 05 No. 01, 1956
    
    171   THE PLANE AND GREAT CIRCLE SAILINGS, PART 11       Peter H.
    Selby      Vol. 05 No. 01, 1956
    
    172      UNIFICATION OF THE ABRIDGED NAUTICAL ALMANAC AND THE AMERICAN
    NAUTICAL ALMANAC       G. M. Clemence and D. H. Sadler      Vol. 05
    No. 01, 1956
    
    173   THE PLANE AND GREAT CIRCLE SAILINGS       Peter H. Selby
    Vol. 04 No. 08, 1955
    
    174   HIGH PRECISION COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATIC SOLUTION OF THE CELESTIAL
    TRIANGLE       Gene R. Marner       Vol. 04 No. 07, 1955
    
    175   KEPLER       William R. Cagle       Vol. 04 No. 07, 1955
    
    176   ON THE GEOMETRICAL SOLUTION OF THE NAVIGATIONAL TRIANGLE
    John A. Russell       Vol. 04 No. 06, 1955
    
    177      PUTTING THE MOON IN THE POCKET ALMANAC       Robert W. Byerly
    Vol. 04 No. 06, 1955
    
    178   HALF CENTURY OF NAVIGATION 1900-1950       Captains P. V. H.
    Weems, USN (Ret.)      Vol. 04 No. 05, 1955
    
    179   THE GREEN FLASH       W. H. Forthman      Vol. 04 No. 05, 1955
    
    180      ALFONSO THE WISE       William Potter       Vol. 04 No. 04,
    1954
    
    181      NAVIGATOR'S POCKET ALMANAC      N/A      Vol. 04 No. 04, 1954
    
    182   NEW TECHNIQUES FOR THE RUNNING FIX       Lt. Robert W. Beard,
    USNR      Vol. 04 No. 04, 1954
    
    183      WHITHER BOUND, NAVIGATOR?       Commander Alton B. Moody,
    USNR      Vol. 04 No. 04, 1954
    
    184   POLAR COMPASSES       Samuel M. Burka      Vol. 04 No. 03, 1954
    
    185   RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN POLAR NAVIGATION       Major William E.
    Molett, USAF      Vol. 04 No. 03, 1954
    
    186   AN EARLY BUREAU OF LONGITUDE: PEIRESC IN PROVENCE       Seymour
    L. Chapin       Vol. 04 No. 02, 1954
    
    187      IRRADIATION AND REFRACTION AT LOW ALTITUDES AND THE WORKING
    NAVIGATOR       Captain H. H. Shufeldt, USNR  Vol. 04 No. 02, 1954
    
    188   THE NAVIGATOR'S POCKET ALMANAC       Paul E. Wylie       Vol. 04
    No. 02, 1954
    
    189   DO YOU SAY WHAT YOU MEAN?       Commnder Alton B. Moody, USNR
    Vol. 04 No. 01, 1954
    
    190      METHODS USED IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION       Fred Franklin
    Vol. 04 No. 01, 1954
    
    191      PRECOMPUTED CELESTIAL DATA FOR HIGH SPEED AIRCRAFT
    Major Robert Sullivan, USAF Vol. 04 No. 01, 1954
    
    192   THE DIP OF THE HORIZON       Hans Christian Freiesleben
    Vol. 04 No. 01, 1954
    
    193   FIXES, AND HOW TO GET OUT OF THEM      Commander H. W.
    Dusinberre, USN   Vol. 03 No. 09, 1953
    
    194      NAUTICAL AND STATUTE MILE CONTROVERSY      Merrill Armour
    Vol. 03 No. 09, 1953
    
    195      NAVIGATION WITHOUT MATHEMATICS?      Rear Admiral Alfred C.
    Richmond, USCG  Vol. 03 No. 09, 1953
    
    196      SIMPLIFIED STAR PLOTTING      Commander H. W. Dusinberre, USN
    Vol. 03 No. 09, 1953
    
    197   A SURVEY OF THE EFFORTS TO DETERMINE LONGITUDE AT SEA,
    1660-1760. PART III: A PERFECT TIMEKEEPER      Seymour L. Chapin
    Vol. 03 No. 08, 1953
    
    198      PROBLEMS OF A SMALL BOAT SKIPPER      Richard S. Nye
    Vol. 03 No. 08, 1953
    
    199   THE NAUTICAL AND STATUTE MILE CONTROVERSY      Commander E. R.
    McCarthy, USC&GS      Vol. 03 No. 08, 1953
    
    200   TRUE AZIMUTH OF POLARIS BY NOMOGRAM       J. G. van de Flier
    Vol. 03 No. 08, 1953
    
    201   A SURVEY OF THE EFFORTS TO DETERMINE LONGITUDE AT SEA,
    1660-1760. PART 11: THE USE OF CELESTIAL BODIES       Seymour L.
    Chapin      Vol. 03 No. 07, 1953
    
    202      ACCURACY: AN EDITORIAL COMMENT      NA      Vol. 03 No. 07,
    1953
    
    203   BUBBLE ACCELERATION      Major Robert Sullivan, USAF  Vol. 03
    No. 07, 1953
    
    204   H.O. 249 AND THE NEW AIR ALMANAC       John Dohm  Vol. 03 No.
    07, 1953
    
    205      SELECTED STARS 1953 ALMANACS      Commander Edwin A. Beito,
    USNR      Vol. 03 No. 07, 1953
    
    206   WHAT'S OUR SPEED? THE EVOLUTION OF SHIP-LOGS      Grenville D.
    Zerfass      Vol. 03 No. 07, 1953
    
    207   A SURVEY OF THE EFFORTS TO DETERMINE LONGITUDE AT SEA, 1660-1760
    Seymour L. Chapin      Vol. 03 No. 06, 1952
    
    208      PARADOX OF PROXIMITY      Commander E. S. Quilter, USN
    Vol. 03 No. 06, 1952
    
    209   WHAT GEOMAGNETISM MEANS TO NAVIGATORS      Captain Elliott B.
    Roberts, USN      Vol. 03 No. 06, 1952
    
    210   A SHORT HISTORY OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION      John W.
    Calvert      Vol. 03 No. 05, 1952
    
    211      NATHANIEL BOWDITCH AND HIS WORK      Paul E. Wylie      Vol.
    03 No. 05, 1952
    
    212   NOTE ON THE SELECTION OF STARS FOR NAVIGATION      Charles H.
    Smiley      Vol. 03 No. 05, 1952
    
    213      SUGGESTION FOR MEASUREMENT OF REFRACTION      Robert W.
    Byerly      Vol. 03 No. 05, 1952
    
    214      CONCERNING THE APPARENT DIFFERENCE IN THE SIZE OF THE SUN AT
    NOON AND AT SUNSET      Captain Raleigh C. Willems, USAF  Vol. 03 No.
    04, 1952
    
    215      CONSIDERATION OF VARIOUS TERRESTIAL COORDINATE SYSTEMS
    Walter B. Nash      Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952
    
    216      EXPEDITIONS OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, 1735
    Seymour L. Chapin      Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952
    
    217      NATHANIEL BOWDITCH      Grenville D. Zerfass      Vol. 03 No.
    04, 1952
    
    218   POLAR NAVIGATION      Captain J. O. Sanders, USAF  Vol. 03 No.
    04, 1952
    
    219      PRECISE ASTRONOMICAL FIXES Giles G. Healey      Vol. 03 No.
    04, 1952
    
    220      TIMEKEEPING      Captain P. V. H. Weems, USN (Ret.)      Vol.
    03 No. 04, 1952
    
    221   TWO MIRRORS: THE STORY OF THE INVENTION OF THE SEXTANT
    Grenville D. Zerfass      Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952
    
    222   TYCHO BRAHE Samuel Herrick      Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952
    
    223   A TWILIGHT COMPUTER AND PLANISPHERE FOR HIGH LATITUDE NAVIGATION
    J. W. Cox and S/L K. R. Greenaway, RCAF  Vol. 03 No. 03, 1952
    
    224      ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AT LOW ANGULAR ALTITUDES IN THE POLAR
    REGIONS      Charles H. Smiley      Vol. 03 No. 03, 1952
    
    225   H. O. 249 REVISED      John Dohm  Vol. 03 No. 03, 1952
    
    226      PERSONAL EQUATION AND THE MODERN MARINE SEXTANT       Charles
    H. Smiley and Mark Quirk Vol. 03 No. 010, 1953
    
    227   THE POCKET NAUTICAL ALMANAC      Paul E. Wylie      Vol. 03 No.
    010, 1953
    
    228   LUNAR PARALLAX METHOD OF ASTRO NAVIGATION       J. S. Thompson
    Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1952
    
    229      ASTRONOMICAL FORMULAE FOR USE IN NAVIGATION       Charles Fox
    Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951
    
    230      ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AT LOW ANGULAR ALTITUDES IN THE
    TEMPERATE ZONES       Charles H. Smiley       Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951
    
    231   EARLY NAVIGATION MANUALS       Grenville D. Zerfass      Vol. 03
    No. 01 & 2, 1951
    
    232   LOW ALTITUDE REFRACTION CORRECTION       Captain Raleigh C.
    Willems, USAF Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951
    
    233      REFRACTION NEAR THE HORIZON       G. M. Clemence      Vol. 03
    No. 01 & 2, 1951
    
    234   THE ORIGINAL STAR FINDER       Captain Gilbert T. Rude, USN
    (Ret.)      Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951
    
    235      TRANSPOLAR CELESTIAL FOR HIGH SPEED NAVIGATION       Thoburn
    C. Lyon       Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951
    
    236      UNIFICATION OF THE AIR ALMANAC AND THE AMERICAN AIR ALMANAC
    G. M. Clemence and D. H. Sadler       Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951
    
    237      ACCURACY OF MARINE NAVIGATION       Captain P. V. H. WEEMS,
    USN (Ret.)      Vol. 02 No. 10, 1951
    
    238   MIDDLE LATITUDE SAILING NEAR THE EQUATOR       A. N. Black Vol.
    02 No. 10, 1951
    
    239   THE ACCURACY OF OBSERVATIONS MADE WITH MARINE SEXTANTS
    Charles H. Smiley      Vol. 02 No. 10, 1951
    
    240   THE YACHTSMAN'S INTEREST IN NAVIGATION       Randolph E. Tyrrel
    Vol. 02 No. 10, 1951
    
    241   A SHORT METHOD FOR PRECOMPUTATION    Samuel Herrick      Vol. 02
    No. 09, 1951
    
    242   FACTS OF ASTRONOMY OF VALUE TO THE NAVIGATOR       Commander
    Edwin A. Beito, USNR      Vol. 02 No. 09, 1951
    
    243      PULKOVO-OLD CAPITAL OF POSITIONAL ASTRONOMY       Otto Struve
    Vol. 02 No. 09, 1951
    
    244   A FIX FROM ONE SIGHT       Frederick Franklin      Vol. 02 No.
    07, 1950
    
    245   HUMAN NAVIGATOR OR BLACK BOX?       Lieutenant Commander Alton
    B. Moody, USNR      Vol. 02 No. 07, 1950
    
    246      NAVIGATION METHODS COMPARED       Captain P. V. H. WEEMS, USN
    (Ret.)      Vol. 02 No. 07, 1950
    
    247   THE PFUND SKY COMPASS       Lieutenant Commander Alton B. Moody,
    USNR      Vol. 02 No. 07, 1950
    
    248   THE WORK OF THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS IN NAVIGATION
    E. U. Condon      Vol. 02 No. 06, 1950
    
    249   TIME AND ALMANACS       G. M. Clemence      Vol. 02 No. 06, 1950
    
    250   A LINE OF POSITION BY OBSERVED AZIMUTH       Horace R. Byers
    Vol. 02 No. 05, 1950
    
    251      ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AT LOW ANGULAR ALTITUDES IN THE
    TROPICS       Charles H. Smiley      Vol. 02 No. 05, 1950
    
    252   A POSITION FINDER       Paul Miller, U.S.N. (Ret.)      Vol. 02
    No. 04, 1949
    
    253   A SIMULTANEOUS TWO-STAR FIX       Charles T. Dozier      Vol. 02
    No. 04, 1949
    
    254   NEW TYPE 1950 NAUTICAL ALMANAC      Commander Edwin A. Beito,
    U.S.N.R      Vol. 02 No. 04, 1949
    
    255   MIDDLE LATITUDE SAILING WHEN THE COURSE CROSSES THE EQUATOR
    Paul E. Wylie      Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949
    
    256      NAVIGATION BY THE RULE OF SIXTY       Commander E. S.
    Quilter, U.S.N Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949
    
    257      PRESENT STATUS OF POLAR NAVIGATION       Flight Lieutenant K.
    R. Greenaway, R.C.A.F      Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949
    
    258      PROBLEMS OF MARINE NAVIGATION       Lieutenant Charles W.
    Handley, U.S.M.S      Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949
    
    259   RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN POLAR NAVIGATION       Lieutenant Command
    Alton B. Moody, U.S.N.R      Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949
    
    260   SOME HISTORY OF H.O. 214 IN THE NETHERLANDS      Ph. A. Gallas
    Vol. 02 No. 01, 1949
    
    261   THE TRIANGULATOR      Frederick Franklin      Vol. 02 No. 01,
    1949
    
    262   TIMES OF SUNRISE AND OF SUNSET BY A GRAPHICAL METHOD       Paul
    E. Wylie      Vol. 01 No. 12, 1948
    
    263   A "NEW LOOK" FOR THE NAUTICAL ALMANAC       Ramon O. Williams
    Vol. 01 No. 11, 1948
    
    264      SUMMARY OF A PAPER ON THE PLACE OF NAVIGATION IN THE COLLEGE
    CURRICULUM       Bart J. Bok      Vol. 01 No. 09, 1948
    
    265   H.O. 249       Henrietta H. Swope      Vol. 01 No. 07 & 8, 1947
    
    266      NAVIGATION IN THE ANTARCTIC       Alton B. Moody      Vol. 01
    No. 07 & 8, 1947
    
    267   THE AMERICAN NAUTICAL ALMANAC AND ITS IMPROVEMENT       Paul E.
    Wylie      Vol. 01 No. 07 & 8, 1947
    
    268      NAVIGATION COMPUTER SERIES       Captain P. V. H. Weems, USN
    (Ret.)      Vol. 01 No. 06, 1947
    
    269   THE GERMAN GYRO-SEXTANT      Mary R. Hunt      Vol. 01 No. 06,
    1947
    
    270      CRITICAL TABLES FOR CORRECTING OBSERVED ALTITUDES FOR
    ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION IN POLAR LATITUDES      Charles H. Smiley
    Vol. 01 No. 05, 1947
    
    271   NIGHT SEXTANT OBSERVATIONS AGAINST A NIGHT VISION HORIZON
    Commander Wm. J. Catlett, Jr      Vol. 01 No. 05, 1947
    
    272   NOTE ON DREISENSTOK'S METHOD IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION       N.
    Wyman Storer      Vol. 01 No. 05, 1947
    
    273   THE INFLUENCE OF THE EARTH'S ROTATION ON BUBBLE SEXTANT READINGS
    J. J. Green Vol. 01 No. 05, 1947
    
    274   A NEW SEXTANT       William H. Holman III   Vol. 01 No. 04, 1946
    
    275      BOWDITCH    Alton B. Moody      Vol. 01 No. 04, 1946
    
    276      JAPANESE ALMANACS       Ralph F. Haupt      Vol. 01 No. 04,
    1946
    
    277   SIMPLE COMPUTATION OF DISTANCES OVER THE EARTH       B. W.
    Sitterly and J. A. Pierce      Vol. 01 No. 04, 1946
    
    278      AMERICAN ALMANACS       George W. Mixter      Vol. 01 No. 03,
    1946
    
    279      AMERICAN NAUTICAL ALMANAC       L. J. Comrie      Vol. 01 No.
    03, 1946
    
    280      REVISING THE NAUTICAL ALMANAC       Samuel Herrick      Vol.
    01 No. 03, 1946
    
    281   THE AAF APPROACH TO POLAR NAVIGATION       George W. Mixter
    Vol. 01 No. 03, 1946
    
    282      ACCURACY OF POSITION FINDING USING THREE OR FOUR LINES OF
    POSITION       S. A. Goudsmit      Vol. 01 No. 02, 1946
    
    283      CAPTAIN THOMAS HUBBARD SUMNER, 1807-1876       Robert S.
    Richardson      Vol. 01 No. 02, 1946
    
    284      INTERPRETATION OF THE CELESTIAL LINE OF POSITION       Austin
    Phelps      Vol. 01 No. 02, 1946
    
    285      INSTRUMENTAL SOLUTIONS IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION       Samuel
    Herrick      Vol. 01 No. 01, 1946
    
    286      NOON INTERVAL TABLES             T. F. Hickerson
    Vol. 01 No. 01, 1946
    
    
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