A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Brad Morris
Date: 2014 Feb 22, 14:56 -0500
It would seem that inter-stellar travel would indeed take some form of celestial navigation. The stars can be considered to be points within 3 space. As you move among them, the perspective of them will change while the positions of the stars do not. Your position in interstellar space is a function of finding the position that matches the perspective!
It seems on the face of it to be a reasonable transform
True, but the question was about navigating on planets outside our solar system.
In this conversation also Jupiter and Saturn were mentioned ... I assumed that one ment those in this solar system.
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