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    Re: Out of Date Almanac
    From: Greg Rudzinski
    Date: 2009 Dec 8, 09:40 -0800

    Hewitt,
    
    The Bowditch long term almanac is not user friendly )-:
    
    On Dec 8, 9:33�am, Hewitt Schlereth  wrote:
    > Greg, are you aware of the Bowditch long-term almanac. It's Appendix H
    > in my 1975 green-cover edition of Volume II. It's just a couple of
    > pages. �I seem to recall it was Appendix X in the blue-cover editions.
    > -Hewitt
    >
    > On 12/8/09, Greg Rudzinski  wrote:
    >
    > > And I ordered Geoffrey Koble's Long Term Almanac which will compliment
    > > �old almanacs to keep me going until 2050.
    >
    > > �On Dec 8, 5:43 am, Greg Rudzinski  wrote:
    > > �> Thanks Gary and Frank,
    >
    > > �> I will be using my 2006 Nautical Almanac for 2010 Sun observations
    > > �> with no corrections and be within .5 MOA (good enough). For stars the
    > > �> plan is to photo copy the online Nautical Almanac for
    > > �> 1/1/10,3/1/10,6/1/10,9/1/10 and use the star SHA and declinations plus
    > > �> a 2.1 minute GHA aries correction which should get me within .5 MOA
    > > �> (good enough). Looks like I'm out of luck for the Moon and Planets
    > > �> though. Any ideas on how to compensate the Nautical Almanac Polaris
    > > �> table ?
    >
    > > �> Greg
    >
    > > �> On Dec 7, 5:10 pm, Greg Rudzinski  wrote:
    >
    > > �> > Any opinions on using a Nautical Almanac that is four years out of
    > > �> > date? I bring this up because there are old almanacs available on
    > > �> > Amazon.com from $2 to $10. �New Nautical Almanacs have gotten
    > > �> > expensive so my plan is to use a 2006 for the upcoming year 2010.
    >
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