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    Daylight sights
    From: Peter Fogg
    Date: 2002 Apr 3, 13:47 +1000

    "Trevor J. Kenchington" wrote:
    > why not go the whole way and just click the button on your GPS instead?
    I think the point is to have a system that is independant of the GPS. On a boat
    you try to have back-up systems for the back-up systems.
    Craig wrote:
    > Keep in mind that some of these units operate above a lot of the atmosphere
    > and weather.  The star Sol is usually visible in daylight!
    But sadly there is only one Sol to go around, leading to only one postion line
    at a time. Good point about flying high, but 'under a hazy sky' remains a deep
    bhudson wrote:
    > Hi all,Most interesting discussion.Have any of you enjoyed taking a mer.alt
    > with Venus during the day?Jupiter may also be taken given the right
    > conditions.Barrie Hudson
    No. How? Which right conditions?
    Enough with the mysteries already, how about some practical answers!

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