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    Re: Star-to-Star Distances and Stellarium
    From: Luc Desmedt
    Date: 2014 Aug 23, 03:54 -0700

    This is a subject that interests me I also,,,

    but I did not have a good precision with "Stellarium" it depended on the good performance of my PC mouse, so I still used "Stellarium" to pre adjust the sextant, and then I really took the measure sextant to then enter Andrés Ruiz -navigational algorithms softwear"https://sites.google.com/site/navigationalalgorithms/software" 

    but some have posted equations & other advice for "star to star" on NavList, but when I looked for this one, I found the most (I'm always looking for something at the last minute) and the scenario is "Ow" the sky is clear on Brussels, everyone is in bed  , soon, I'll play with my sextant :-) The hard part is past the black night to the brightness of the screen

    Sincerely

    Luc

    N 50°52.58 '

    E 04°21.65 '

       
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