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    From: Guy Schwartz
    Date: 2006 Apr 28, 17:38 -0700
    Hello:
    In the book 100 problems in Celestial Navigation. In the answer section problem 1-2 it says "The LOPs have more spread than we would like, but we rate the reliability as good"
     
    In the perfect world all LOPs would cross at a given point, however the system is not perfect, therefore when they say it has more spread than they would like, how much spread is to much? Is there a certain distances that relate to excellent, very good, good, fair and unuseable?
    Do these distances relate to the reliability of the sights.
     
    Thank you.
     
     
       
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