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    Re: Lunar distance measurement in ideal conditions: attainable accuracy.
    From: Frank Reed
    Date: 2013 Jan 20, 16:35 -0800

    Bill Morris, you wrote:
    "You could test your worn-teeth-near-zero hypothesis by taking, say 6 degrees on the arc as your zero and adjusting the mirrors accordingly. "

    That's a really clever idea.

    Of course, the set of lunars that Alex posted recently did not show the 0.3' offset that he has described so I don't quite understand what he's worried about. Unless those values had already been corrected for that fixed error.


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