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    Re: Star Finder 2102-D
    From: Will Ross
    Date: 2008 Oct 16, 14:59 -0700

    If you look closely you will see that the center circle is the
    celestial equator and refers to declination of the body.
    
    On Oct 8, 4:30�pm, Bill  wrote:
    > Regarding the red overlay used for plotting the moon or planets, or
    > determining the RA/SHA and declination of a star not on the base. �It also
    > has what appear to be east and west longitudes scales. �What is the use(s)
    > of this scale?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Bill B.
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