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    Re: lunars...
    From: Luis Soltero
    Date: 2000 Sep 14, 12:45 PM

    Check out www.starpath.com.  The site has information on doing
               lunars using the lunar altitude menthod and doing traditional lunars
               with out having to measure the altitude of the bodies.  All examples
               are worked with the StarPilot. At some point David Burch was/is/has
               going to post the Algorithm used by the StarPilot.  You might want
               to send Starpath a note if you dont find this on the web site.
    
               Cheers,
    
               --luis
               Luis Soltero
               StarPilot Designer
               S/V Crystal in Transit, Belize
               Starpath School of Navigastion
    
    
    
               On Thu, 14 Sep 2000 08:34:44 -0700 Rod Deyo wrote:
    
               > I bought the  book from Celestaire, but found it a bit frustrating since
               > it
               > only describes a procedure for clearing the distance based on its complex
    
               > and extensive tables, but it does not describe in any detail the
               > underlying
               > algorithm or at all how the tables themselves are computed. BTW - if
               > anyone
               > has this information, I'd dearly like to see it, otherwise I guess its
               > off
               > to the library to find a good 19th century navigation book...
               >
               > rod
               >
               > -----Original Message-----
               > From- Russell Sher [mailto:rsher{at}TELLUMAT.COM]
               > Sent: Monday, September 11, 2000 6:15 AM
               > To: NAVIGATION-L{at}LISTSERV.WEBKAHUNA.COM
               > Subject: lunars...
               >
               >
               > One source of information on Lunars is "Tables for Clearing the Lunar
               > Distance" available from Celstaire (see: www.celestaire.com)
               >
               > Russell
               >
    

       
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