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    Re: Exercise #14 Multi-Moon LOP's
    From: Greg Rudzinski
    Date: 2008 Aug 8, 08:33 -0700

         The LOP from this exercise is nearly parallel to the ships course
    so the 1900 DR longitude will be about the same for the given course
    of 080� true.
    On Aug 8, 3:34�am, "Federico Rossi"  wrote:
    > Hello everybody,
    > I was browsing through the exercises that Jeremy kindly posted on the list
    > back in June. Today I was working out exercise 14 Multi-moon LOP's and I've
    > seen there was no solution posted (if I'm not wrong), so here's mine.
    > I've averaged the sights and obtained a Hs of 65 deg 59,8' at 09 09 14 UTC
    > (or 19 09 14 ZT). This yields to a calculated altitude of 65 deg 55,5' (I
    > use the haversine method and Norie's tables 'cause I like working the old
    > way) and to an intercept of 1.3 NM forward. The azimut is 160 deg. Moving
    > back the LOP to 19 00 00 ZT and assuming the intersection between this LOP
    > and the course made good as the most probable position I got a fix at 14 deg
    > 17,0' N 142 deg 58,5' E.
    > Any comments?
    > Federico
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