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    Re: A Jupiter lunar etc.
    From: Antoine Couëtte
    Date: 2010 Aug 28, 09:32 -0700

    Dear Peter,

    Thank you for your reply.

    From the following data :

    28 Aug 2010, TT-UT = 67.0 s, UT=06h33m15s0 at position N3931.0W11938.0, and assuming Height of eye = 20 ft, with standard Pressure and Temperature, and

    subject to double checking (no time now to run it on Frank's Computer, since I need to leave ...), I am computing a Sextant Distance between Jupiter center of light and Moon far limb equal to 14�19'8

    Therefore, since you observed 14�20'0 ... my hat down to you and congratulations again.

    Best Regards from

    Antoine M. "Kermit" Cou�tte
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