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    Re: Thoughts on Celestial.
    From: Sean C
    Date: 2012 Nov 2, 06:02 -0700

    "if you know where you are, and your triangle fix center is not where you are,
    would it be nice and encouraging to know that your fix is possible outside
    or be discouraged without this knowledge." -Byron Franklin

    I'm with you there. Of course it isn't so important in the open ocean. But I think it is admirable to always strive for perfection. If I thought I could actually obtain an accuracy of 0.1nm, I would spend the rest of my life trying. (Occasionally, that is. Not non-stop. Lol.) Call it perfectionism... or OCD.

    And seeing how I usually take sights from a beach with only about 170° of usable horizon, this probably applies to most of my rounds. I'll have to look again at some of my plots that I thought were way off. I'll let you know if I find anything pertaining to this discussion.

    Sean C.
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