A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Norm Goldblatt
Date: 2015 Oct 26, 23:13 -0700
Frank- Thanks. This is historically and geometrically fascinating. Are there modern and accessible lunar tables on the web? I know that I can make such an ephemeris from my Starry Night program and Excel, as I did for Jupiter-Venus separation.
and another question- when measuring angular distance from star to Moon, we should take into account the changing angular size of the Moon, to determine the center, right?
Certainly hope my travels will soon take me East. Love to attend any of your courses.