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    New compact backup CELNAV system
    From: Andrew Nikitin
    Date: 2009 Mar 20, 09:56 -0700

    > Date: Wed, Mar 18 2009 3:10 am
    > From: "Andres Ruiz"
    > * Annual curve of the Sun's declination. For Latitude calculation. (pdf for
    > 2009)
    
    I would like to suggest an alternative to Sun's declination curve -- sun
    declination scale (see attachment). It takes less space and shows sun
    declination for 4 consequtive years, (2008-2011), but, I guess, it can be used
    long term too.
    
    The accuracy (~05') is not that great, but can be improved by splitting each
    scale into 4 pieces instead of 2.
    
    (At this stage scale needs work close to the ends. I have'nt figured out how to
    make it look good. Suggestions?)
    
    
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