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    Re: Lunar distance accuracy
    From: Alexandre Eremenko
    Date: 2007 Oct 27, 23:08 -0400

    
    Frank,
    
    > So you're saying these observations
    > exhibit excess kurtosis (a leptokurtic
    
    Let us stick to simple language:-)
    
    > Enter those values into
    > an Excel spreadsheet.
    
    I did! And wrote about this to the list 4 (four)
    times. Are my messages get
    lost??
    You can see the results
    on www.math.purdue.edu/~eremenko/accuracy.html
    
    Look at these error distributions.
    If you do not want to look at other results
    out of principle, look at White's results plotted.
    And then tell us: on your opinion, does this plot
    confirm that "one can measure a distance with 0'2
    accuracy, reliably".
    
    Alex.
    
    
    
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