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    Re: Star Finder 2102-D
    From: Bill B
    Date: 2008 Oct 18, 23:21 -0500

    chempro responded:
    
    > Determine from the Almanac the bodies declination and RA (RA=360deg-
    > SHA,or GHAaries-GHAbody. Center red line template over star
    > base,rotate until arrow is over RA.Plot body on 0deg meridian, use
    > radial scale for declination.
    
    Finally, at last we are getting somewhere, no thanks to me.
    
    > TO DETERMINE MERIDIAN ANGLE,t
    > Center template and rotate until arrow is over LHAaries.Read meridian
    > ansle, t,
    > from red lines of template, east or west through 180deg.Meridian angle
    > t is equal to LHA if west, 360-LHA if east. This is the only use of RA
    > in the use of the 2102-D star finder.
    
    Thanks
    
    Bill B.
    
    
    
    
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