A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: Tony Oz
Date: 2016 Sep 1, 15:38 -0700
Browsing the archive for 2009 I've found this post:
Last week I have been in Paris, joining the annual SIS conference from
25 to 29 May. Among several museums, the Observatoire de Paris and the
Eiffel Tower we also visited the homes of two of the members. At one of
these occasions we came across a late 19th century planisphere
especially made for lunar distances. With kind permission of the owner I
was allowed to make the planisphere and its manuals digitally available
to the group.
I trust it many of you will be able to analyse the items in depth and
discuss it on-list. The planisphere and its manuals can be downloaded
from my server at:
Alas, the link is dead.
Is there a copy of the document? I hope it must be somewhere here because there were several comment by Mr Frank Reed.
Thank you in advance.