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    Re: ? ? ? Re: Old style lunar
    From: Alexandre Eremenko
    Date: 2004 Dec 13, 11:10 -0500

    Dear Frank,
    Thank you for your offer.
    I already downloaded and printed parts of this
    almanach (intro, manual and one month worth
    of data) by spending more than an hour on mouse-clicking.
    What I have is probably enough to get a general impression
    on the precision of the Lunar data in early XIX century
    I don't think I need the whole thing.
    For the discussion of Thompson's observations
    it would be desirable to compare the data on the specific
    dates of his observations. These are in 1800 and 1801 almanacs.
    I am not sure who has them, but my impression that someone
    from this list has 1800 almanac.
    On Mon, 13 Dec 2004, Frank Reed wrote:
    > Alex, you wrote:
    > "2 minutes per page is spent on mouse clicks."
    > Ouch-ouch. The thought of you spending that much time is killing me. I just
    > downloaded the whole book in 18 minutes. Would you like a copy of those files
    > zipped up for downloading as a single file? Anyone else? (refers to the
    > Nautical  Almanac for the year 1804)
    > Frank R
    > [  ] Mystic, Connecticut
    > [X] Chicago, Illinois

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