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    Re: Silicon Sea: Leg 72
    From: Dan Hogan
    Date: 2001 May 22, 18:56 EDT

    WOW!! Did I make a GROSS mistake. Stop all your work on Leg 72. I get back
    with a completely re-done issue ASAP.
    On 22 May 2001, at 15:36, Michael Wescott wrote:
    > > The following morning the navigator see stars through breaks in the
    > > clouds. He takes the following sights. Same data as for DR.
    > >
    > >     Body        GMT/UT          Hs
    > >
    > >     UNKNOWN     05:20:00        13d 07.4' (Steering Compass Bearing 009.5d)
    > >     Mars        05:21:11        50d 32.2' UNKNOWN     05:22:03        38d
    > >     50.1' (Steering Compass Bearing 050.7d) Vega        05:22:56        60d
    > >     55.6' Arcturus    05:23:33        42d 49.4'
    > Unless I'm grossly mistaken (which happens much too often), 0520 UT is
    > 0120 ZT. Nowhere near twilight. Did you mean for these to be labeled ZT
    > rather than GMT/UT?
    > --
    >         Mike Wescott
    >         Wescott_Mike@XXX.XXX
    Dan Hogan

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