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    Re: Comparison of tabular sight reduction methods
    From: Dave Walden
    Date: 2011 Jun 30, 06:43 -0700

    For another similar comparision, see:

    [NavList 9098] Re: Hughes Tables.
    From: waldendand---COM
    Date: 15 Jul 2009 18:41

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    Near 40 deg N, 77 deg W, on 13 July 2009 at 9:00:00 UT. Formalhaut corrected, 20 deg 24.3'.

    Using HO 208 (Dreisonstok), Hughes Tables (Comrie), and Line of Position Book
    (Weems) all with interpolation "by eye". Same method, same numbers, same
    answers (luckily!), different layouts.

    Also show Aerial and Marine Navigation Tables (Gengrich).

    Comments/corrections?


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