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Re: Moon total correction- round it up?
From: Gary LaPook
Date: 2014 Oct 12, 07:14 -0700
Here is something simple to try. After applying the index correction but before you divide by two, round to the nearest two whole minutes of altitude. For example, 43.3' rounds to 44.0'. Then when you divide by two the result will be whole minutes, no seconds!
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From:"Bill B" <NoReply_BillB@fer3.com>
Date:Sat, Oct 11, 2014 at 7:41 PM
Subject:[NavList] Re: Moon total correction- round it up?
On 10/11/2014 10:26 AM, Noell Wilson wrote:
> Yes. Round up. When the smallest division gets to 5, or whatever is
> halfway, raise the next largest by one.
Oh, so you want to open up the esoteric "round up 5" can-of-worms debate
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