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    Re: Celestial Navigators
    From: Steven Wepster
    Date: 2002 May 23, 11:10 +0200

    >He wrote a book about his aerial adventure, I wish I could think of the
    >name, but you should be able to find it by the author's name.
    
    
    That must be this:
    
    
        Titel: Alone over the Tasman sea / Francis Chichester ; introd. by
    Frank D. Tredrey
       Auteur: Francis Chichester; Frank D. Tredney
         Jaar: 1945
       Editie: 2nd ed
     Uitgever: London
    Annotatie: ill
               1e dr. verscheen 1933 o.d.t.: Seaplane solo
    
    
    
    ..but I think I read Chichester's account in an other of his books.
    
    Steven.
    
    
    
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    Steven Wepster                          wepster{at}math.uu.nl
                                            tel +31 30 253 1531
    Mathematisch Instituut
    Universiteit Utrecht
    PO Box 80.010
    3508 TA Utrecht
    The Netherlands
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