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    Re: lunars
    From: Jan Kalivoda
    Date: 2003 Dec 15, 06:49 +0100

    There is no better point to get contact to lunars than Arthur Pearson's 
    website http://www.ld-DEADLINK-com/ . You will find there all you need, 
    especially the link to George Huxtable's excellent four-part paper on lunars 
    which is the college for lunars, and another links to specialized topics.
    For reducing lunars there are two paid options, both first class:
    - Bruce Stark's Tables, obtainable from StarPath (http://www.starpath.com/) or 
    Celestaire (http://www.celestaire.com/)
    - Software StarPilot, obtainable from StarPath, too (and other software that I 
    don't have experience with; StarPilot has demo-version, functionable for 
    several days)
    Jan Kalivoda
    ----- Original Message -----
    From: "Ken James" 
    Sent: Monday, December 15, 2003 4:28 AM
    Subject: lunars
    I have been following the lunar thread with some interest. I have never done
    one and personaly know of no one who has. I would like to learn how, though.
    I found this site, regarding Bowditch and lunars;
    Can anyone point me to a resource on the web where I could learn how to do
    lunars? Thanks-Ken
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