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Re: Was this optical instrument designed forcelestial navigation?
From: Wolfgang Hasper
Date: 2016 Feb 6, 11:19 +0100
For formal perfection one might put it as
Kimmtiefen-Messgerät (Dip measuring device)
Kiimmtiefenmesser is a bit too informal maybe for an officer (just a "dip meter")
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 04. Februar 2016 um 19:19 Uhr
Von: "John Morris" <NoReply_Morris@fer3.com>
Betreff: [NavList] Re: Was this optical instrument designed forcelestial navigation?
Wolfgang, thanks! Kimmtiefenmesser is fine with me, that's what I wanted was a word that made sense both technically and linguistically.
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