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    Re: Nautical Almac Question
    From: Robert Eno
    Date: 2006 May 31, 15:11 -0400

    Right out of the government edition, page 260, Auxiliary and Planning Data,
    18. Sun and Moon:
    "The equation of time is given daily at 00h and 12h UT. The sign is positive
    for unshaded values and negative for shaded values."
    I don't have my commercial edition handy but that information should be in
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Greg R." 
    Sent: Wednesday, May 31, 2006 2:53 PM
    Subject: Nautical Almac Question
    > Can anyone tell me why some of the "Eqn. of Time" entries in the Nautical
    > Almanac are shaded and some are not? (A good example is the page for June
    > 12, 13 and 14 where there's an example of both).  I'm guessing that's
    > related to the Equation of Time reversing sign (maybe the shaded entries
    > are
    > negative?), since the values seem to be decreasing up to June 13 and then
    > increasing).
    > My copy (2006 Commercial Edition) doesn't seem to have any info on that -
    > seems like the government version used to have a much more in-depth
    > explanation section on just about everything in the body of the Almanac,
    > but
    > it's been years since I've seen a copy so I could be remembering wrong on
    > that.
    > --
    > Thanks,
    > GregR

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