A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Edward Falk
Date: 2022 Sep 1, 20:37 -0700
Without a calculator, it's hella complicated. I've been reading the 1902 edition of Bowditch lately. The corrections include referencing 13 different tables. With a calculator, it's not so bad. I recommend Huxtable's "About Lunars" essay. http://fer3.com/arc/imgx/About-Lunars.pdf But honestly, even that is too much for high school level unless you've got kids who seriously want careers in celestial navigation. And don't have watches. The Wikipedia article is probably all the depth you need to give a presentation to high school kids.