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    Re: Errors in USNO celestial data
    From: Gary LaPook
    Date: 2010 May 01, 13:35 -0700

    Well, I tried the same thing with my netbook  and no problem with the
    data using Firefox so it appears that it is a problem with just my
    laptop computer when using Firefox but I have used that computer for
    years with Firefox to access the USNO website and never had a problem
    Gary LaPook wrote:
    > This is totally weird, but it is related to my browser, I use Foxfire.
    > but I have never seen this anomaly before.  I decided to check again
    > this morning. I have attached several files. First 312.Celestial....is
    > from last night for 0312 Z and second 312...is for this morning, still
    > in error but different.  450, 459 and 500 are for those times and
    > still show the error but 501 is OK.  I have tried other times and the
    > errors show up in bands of different time ranges. 312aa_flame... and
    > 459 aa_flame I obtained using Explorer and they appear to be correct.
    > Any ideas?
    > gl
    > Dave Walden wrote:
    >> Are you sure it's not your browser?
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