A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Herman Dekker
Date: 2019 Jul 8, 13:07 -0700
Thanks Bill for your info.
But Astron handles lunar distance for GMT. A lot nice info about that in Chapter 18.
I asked for info about GMT from lunar altitude.You first shoot 3 stars for LAT.
Then the lunar altitude and with some calculating, you get correction on your supposed GMT.
But lunar altitude must be near E or W.
I asked the bounderys of near E and W for a reliable result.