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    Re: Ho 208 question
    From: Paul Werner
    Date: 2014 Feb 27, 06:35 -0800

    Randall

    I have navigation tables HO208, sixth ed., 1942.

    As you write there are no 0°, 180°, 360° columns in table I or in table I-A.
    If the hour angel (t or LHA) is 0° then it is a noon sight and the latitude can instead be calculated as described in “Use of the tables” at pages 99-100; here attached.

    Other tables also using whole degree LHA values , e.g. HO249 and CSRT in the NA, have values for LHA=0° and can be used in their “normal” ways.

    I also attach page 48 (Table I) and page 72 (Table I-A) though I am not sure that is what you have asked for.

    Paul Werner

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