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Re: Great Circle Course via calculator & HO 208
From: Bruce J. Pennino
Date: 2016 Oct 28, 16:17 -0400
Thank you! This is most interesting.
On page 396 of AFPAM11-216 under “ Otherwise” Ln is
used in the equations. What is the definition of Ln?
Sent: Thursday, October 27, 2016 4:43 PM
Subject: [NavList] Re: Great Circle Course via calculator & HO
I had forgotten just how convenient those tables are for computing rhumb line
courses and distances. The "conversion angle" tables here are the only ones I
know of that publish the conversion angles for courses (or radio bearings) that
cross the equator.
Great Circle Course via calculator & HO 208
Oct 27, 03:29 -0700
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