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    Re: H.O 211 glitch?
    From: Pierre Boucher
    Date: 1999 Feb 27, 16:23 EST

    Bill Murdoch wrote:
    >I have a copy of Arthur A. Ageton, Manual of Celestial Navigation, 1961.  In
    >the preprinted forms for using the method, Admiral Ageton suffixes both G.H.A.
    >and L.H.A. with W.  Granted it is unnecessary, but it is his method.
    Nothing wrong but redundant to label W GHA and/or LHA as they can't be
    anything else!
    >The book is interesting as it gives a method for reducing sights from not only
    >the D.R. position as I learned in JN but also from an assumed position.
    The methods you learned in JN will work just as well with an assumed position.
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