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    Re: Home made artificial horizon
    From: Geoffrey Kolbe
    Date: 2011 Oct 05, 18:45 +0100

    Gary, you wrote:
    >And also those just learning CN work with the 
    >concepts and the math but don't see any actual 
    >results. So being able to take sights in the 
    >backyard, even though the sight taking technique 
    >is different, allows the new guy to say, "wow, this stuff really works!"
    >As to the idea of buying a professional grade AH 
    >for 595 Euros, for the 99.99% of us who will 
    >only be using the AH  as a learning tool or for 
    >the occasional backyard fun session, it makes no 
    >sense to spend that kind of money or to put off 
    >making an inexpensive one that can serve these 
    >purposes quite well. The 0.01% of us who might 
    >actually use an AH for real navigation while 
    >crossing the Sahara Desert (Geoffrey Kolbe, you 
    >know who you are) then its price might be reasonable.
    Touch� Gary ;-)

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