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    Re: No Lunars Era
    From: Ken Muldrew
    Date: 2004 Dec 6, 15:13 -0700

    On 6 Dec 2004 at 15:45, Alexandre Eremenko wrote:
    > Yes. This is another argument to support what I am saying.
    I wonder if you could clarify just what it is that you are saying. I'm
    afraid I'm a bit confused.
    > Yes. Sure. I would like to see this.
    > But I would appreciate even more your own lunars.
    > (So that I could ask you all sort of questions,
    > like which sextant did you use, how you reduced them,
    > what corrections di you exactly take into account, and
    > how did the touching of Moon and Sun exactly look,
    > or  etc.)
    OK, I'll post a fully worked lunar from my notebook (later) and then you
    can ask away.
    BTW, my sextant is a Tamaya ms-636 with a homemade scope (5x, 36mm, roof
    > > I first learned lunars from Moore (1796)
    > What is this? A book, a paper?
    A book. The New Practical Navigator by John Hamilton Moore. The copy in
    our library is the 13th edition, 1798 (not 1796 as I said above). It gives
    recipes like Norrie.
    Ken Muldrew.

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