A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Antoine Couëtte
Date: 2015 Dec 6, 23:47 -0800
Long time no write ... Thanks for publishing your daybreak triple.
I just processed it (many weeks - and maybe months - have elapsed since my last CelNav computation) and - assuming steady observer and HOE = O ft - I find you at N34°14'8 W119°12'5 with a "dispersion" of only 0.5 NM on your 3 observations, which is quite a remarkable achievement since you used a bubble octant.
What was your actual position ? (? N34°10'5 W119°13'8 ?)