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    Re: Lunar Distance in Wikipedia
    From: George Huxtable
    Date: 2007 Aug 7, 00:06 +0100

    Fred wrote, about his suggestion that we might add some further detail about
    the clearing process, and my suggestion that he should go ahead and do so.
    | I'm not qualified.  What I've said already pretty much encompasses my
    | knowledge of the subject.  But thanks for the invitation.
    Although Fred's suggestion has merit, and could create a section that's
    interesting (to those that are interested in such matters), I'm not
    persuaded enough to get involved with that myself: not at present, anyway.
    So unless someone else can be persuaded to pick it up and run with it, it
    will have to lie there for now.
    I have another question, to which Renee may know the answer. I see that
    sometimes in Wikipedia there can be an explanatory diagram. I happen to have
    such a diagram, which seems to fill the bill, for lunar distances, rather
    well. It was created for me by my friend and near-neighbour, list member
    Clive Sutherland, who is rather a dab hand with such matters. It was made
    for another purpose, to illustrate an article in Navigation News, but I
    could ask his permission for it to be used in Wikipedia also. He is away at
    present. Would cobbling-in such a picture come within Renee's considerable
    contact George Huxtable at george@huxtable.u-net.com
    or at +44 1865 820222 (from UK, 01865 820222)
    or at 1 Sandy Lane, Southmoor, Abingdon, Oxon OX13 5HX, UK.
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