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    Re: Lunar Distances with Alex's SNO-T
    From: Jean-Philippe Planas
    Date: 2006 Oct 31, 12:59 -0800
    606 ft is taken at the airport reference point N4024.7  W08656.2 (usually in front of the control tower or where the runways cross).
     
    Otherwise the elevation of the touch down zones for each runway are the following:
    Runway 05: 597 ft
    Runway 23: 603 ft
    Runway 10: 601 ft
    Runway 28: 598 ft
     
    JPP

    Bill <billyrem42@earthlink.net> wrote:

    > Purdue University Airport elevation is 606 ft.
    > http://www.fltplan.com/AirportInformation/KLAF.htm
    > JPP
    >
    Depends on which end of the runway ;-)



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