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    Re: Modern celestial navigation: when and why?
    From: UNK
    Date: 2015 Feb 16, 09:43 -0000

    Whoops! Thanks Frank. Dessert I meant, but I know what you mean! Buzz Aldrin is one of my all time heroes, and he knows more about the moon than most of us! Empires have been lost  because of simple typos. (S.O.S minus a single S =SO or OS? ).

    P.S. Buzz Aldrin also said “get your arse to Mars!” Go on you Yanks, get on with it before I’m too old and miss it!

    Francis

     

    From: NavList@fer3.com [mailto:NavList@fer3.com] On Behalf Of Frank Reed
    Sent: 16 February 2015 07:07
    To: francisupchurch@gmail.com
    Subject: [NavList] Re: Modern celestial navigation: when and why?

     

    Francis, you wrote:
    "Celnav is soul food and I think lunars are desert!"

    Ha ha. Maybe dessert? I'm thinking you probably meant "dessert"... One missing 's' and it's a whole nother meaning. Unless perhaps you meant that lunars are "magnificent desolation"! 

    Frank Reed
    http://lunars.org

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