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    Re: cosine/haversine method
    From: Chuck Taylor
    Date: 2001 Feb 11, 11:06 AM

    Gennaro Sammarco wrote:
    > Hi Chuck,
    > can you please tell me what  t, d and h stand for?
    > Thank you
    > Gennaro
    t = Meridian Angle
    d = Declination
    h = Computed Altitude
    Meridian angle (t) is similar to Local Hour Angle (LHA), except that t
    is measured in the closer direction (E or W), whereas LHA is always
    measured to the west.
    Chuck Taylor
    Everett, WA, USA

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