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    Re: Lunar distances - short clearance methods
    From: Jan Kalivoda
    Date: 2004 Sep 6, 12:03 +0200

    I say "yes" and ask you for this help, Mr. Reed. And I thank you for this offer.
    Jan Kalivoda
    > Jan K wrote:
    > " He (i.e. Mendoza de Rios) published the paper "Recherches sur les principaux problemes de
    > l'Astronomie Nautique" in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society for
    > 1797, where he summed up 40 direct methods of lunars and investigated many
    > indirect methods. "
    > (Frank Reed wrote:) Would anyone like me to post this paper online (not to the list)? It's great
    > fun, but monoglots beware --it's in French. I posted a link to this paper in
    > August, but it is only intermittently available so if anyone says yes, I will
    > put it up on my web site.

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