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    Re: Smart and Shearme Position Line Tables
    From: Lars Bergman
    Date: 2020 May 4, 02:43 -0700

    David C wrote: "Presumably there is a formula for h l t but I have not found it". That formula does not exist, as the spherical triangle is not uniquely determined. You could try with e.g. altitude=53°, latitude=12°, hour angle=37°; and use different values of declination. With declination=6° you get azimuth=96°; with declination=10° you get azimuth=89.3°.

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