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    Change in Altitude Tables
    From: Robert Eno
    Date: 2004 Mar 28, 19:46 -0500
    Is any one aware of a set of tables and/or a formula whereby one can make adjustments directly to the LOP/intercept in order to accomodate the speed and track of a moving observer?
     
    AP 3270, the British equivalent to HO 249 has a set of tables called "Altitude Corrections for Change in Positon of Observer". The entry arguments are ground speed in knots and relative bearing of the observed body. It's a neat little table except it is of no use for marine applications because the lowest speed given is 50 knots.
     
     
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