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    (Fwd) The Most Anomalous Refraction Yet or What ?
    From: W F Jones
    Date: 2009 Aug 04, 11:23 -0400

    My sincerest apologies to the Navlist group.  I became distracted and forgot 
    to give you the 'rest of the story'.  Please
    take a look at the following URL for details, 
    <>.  This is definitely
    not from the rather common sun-dog phenomena we may see several times 
    annually.  There appear to be the normal
    vertical component and goofy, multiple horizontal components as well.
    I thank George H. for keeping me on the straight.
    Frank J.
    Rochester, NY
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    From:               FJones 
    To:                 navList 
    Subject:            The Most Anomalous Refraction Yet  or What ?
    Date sent:          Tue, 04 Aug 2009 09:25:59 -0400
    Some of you will certainly find this three sun photograph interesting.
    Anyone want to describe the atmospheric model
    for this and share it with the world?  How trustworthy would this
    situation be for an amplitude measurement?
    Frank J.
    Rochester, NY
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