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    Re: Lunar Distance in Wikipedia
    From: Renee Mattie
    Date: 2007 Aug 23, 17:11 -0700

    You make many good points, George.
    I have mostly tried to rearrange information that was already there
    (since I am no expert on lunars).
    I admit to introducing the Shovell example, as well as writing
    "latitude" where I meant "longitude".  I must have gotten the wrong
    idea reading Sobell.
    I have removed Shovell from lunar distance (navigation).
    George, please don't let me stand in the way of getting this right.
    Please go to http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Lunar_distance_%28navigation%29&action=edit
    and have a go at it.
    Alternatively, please go to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lunar_distance_%28navigation%29#Errors
    and select one of the "edit" links next to a section.  This way, you
    can get to the section you want to edit without wading through all the
    other sections.
    I know that learning a new interface can seem daunting, but I'm
    willing to wager it is quicker and easier than learning to shoot and
    clear lunars.
    In this case, you just type what you want and then hit the "save"
    button.  The gnomes will be happy to do the requisite "wikification".
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