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    Re: Navigation journals on CD?
    From: Byron Franklin
    Date: 2009 Oct 7, 10:17 -0700

    I have 2 or more articles on the disk, Not on Celo, but on Piloting. I
    was Ernest Brown's at sea arm for many years. He sent me things that
    he could not evaluate in his job, as HO, Navigation Scientist on land.
    One on the CD �The Navigation Planning� I presented to the Journal of
    the Institute of Navigation in Washington State. 1972. It also was in
    other foreign publications. The other� Franklin Piloting.�  was in
    HO9, QM chief course book several magazines, and taught in many
    Navigation Schools. I have the CD and enjoy many of the articles.  I
    always consider Piloting the most important job for knowledge, speed,
    & accuracy. Errors can be made in Celo but not in Piloting waters.
    
    On Oct 6, 3:10�pm, "George Huxtable"  wrote:
    > Frank Reed asked-
    >
    > There are two journals of Navigation, one American and one British with
    > nearly identical names. Where can we purchase the historical runs of these
    > on CD? Are both available? Could someone please post direct links to the
    > ordering information? Thanks.
    >
    > The US journal is called simply "Navigation", of the Institute of
    > Navigation, with a home page at-http://www.ion.org/
    >
    > The ordering information for publications is at-http://www.ion.org/shopping/begin.cfm
    >
    > Near the foot of that page is the reference to the CD with over 270 papers
    > relevant to celestial navigation, carefully selected by David Burch. This is
    > NOT the "complete historical run" that Frank requests, but comprises all
    > papers that are likely to interest Navlist members. The cost is $50, but on
    > top of that is a rather extortionate "shipping cost".
    >
    > The list of contents will be found at-http://www.ion.org/publications/toc/celnavTOC.pdf.
    >
    > ====================
    >
    > The British journal is "The Journal of Navigation", of the Royal Institute
    > of Navigation.
    >
    > Their website is at-http://www.rin.org.uk/
    >
    > They have produced a single DVD, or pair of CDs, containing the complete
    > contents of the Journal, not just a selection, from its inception in 1948 to
    > 2005. I can't find any information about it on their website, but presume
    > that it's still available. When my wife bought it for my birthday a few
    > years ago, it was about �70.
    >
    > You can contact them via
    >
    > Tel: +44 (0)20 7591 3130
    > Fax: +44 (0)20 7591 3131
    > Email: i...@rin.org.uk
    > You will find that they are helpful, and speak English...
    >
    > George
    >
    > contact George Huxtable, at �geo...@hux.me.uk
    > or at +44 1865 820222 (from UK, 01865 820222)
    > or at 1 Sandy Lane, Southmoor, Abingdon, Oxon OX13 5HX, UK.
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