A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Henry Halboth
Date: 2014 Aug 29, 12:29 -0400
Thank you for link to Celestial Navigation in a Teacup by Farley. Downloaded. Will study it. Seems that the Celestial Navigation in a Teacup website will be moving : discontinued by Sept 2014. Click here to link to the new domain TeacupNavigation.net
My apologies, didn't mean to short you two or three decades of learning and life experience. Thank you for the link to archive.org...tremendous amount of material returned upon searching "navigation". Will have to be selective given the amount. What book(s) would you recommend? Have read Mary Blewitt, but that did not click for some reason. Letcher seems to be clicking for two reasons: each chapter addresses one and only aspect of the procedure or theory in detail yet does so in just a few pages, the geometry and physics of is always front and center which helps me based upon my "visual learning" disposition and engineering background.