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    Re: Navigational science during the dark days
    From: Tom Sult
    Date: 2018 Mar 30, 14:48 -0500
    Or, I think more likely, it was taken from the planet Vulcan. Based on the sun sun distance and the altitudes it was taken within two nautical miles of the temple of logic.

    Tom Sult, MD
    Author: JUST BE WELL (goo.gl/jUbWIX)

    On Mar 30, 2018, at 09:45, Annaig Labornez <NoReply_Labornez@fer3.com> wrote:


    Recently, I became aware of the thesis written by Robert Genty, in tituled "Methode nouvelle de navigation astronomique". www.numdam.org/issue/these_1944_263_1_0.pdf.

    The paper intercrosses  many recent topics discussed on the forum and it might interest many readers.

    It also enlights the situation of the science in France during the second world war ( the last observations mentioned by the autor took place in the observatoire de Paris by the end of april 1944.

    It shows the willing to perform some applied science (may be scientists were unable to do something else because of the collapse of scientifics networks due to the continental blocade). Military implications, au nez et à la barbe , of the German occupants are obvious

    Best regards

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