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    Re: Digital Image CN Exercise
    From: Marcel Tschudin
    Date: 2010 Apr 3, 23:53 +0300

    The date doesn't seem to be correct. Or, did you use a tele which
    zooms in the future?
    Marcel
    
    On Sat, Apr 3, 2010 at 8:26 PM, Greg Rudzinski  wrote:
    > Given for linked Sun digital image:
    >
    > aLat 34� 10' N aLon 119�14' W
    > UTC 01:57:41 on 3April 2010
    > Height of eye 13 ft.
    > Total pixels from horizon to upper limb is 2468
    > Minutes of arc per pixel is .097'
    >
    > 1. What is the U.L. altitude (Hs), azimuth, and intercept ?
    > 2. What is the magnetic bearing to the oil platform ?
    > 3. Name the platform.
    >
    > Sun image taken with 10mp Canon Rebel, 200mm fixed telephoto, ISO 200,
    > 1/250s, f11, using double circular polarizers covering the Sun.
    >
    > GRudzinski
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