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May, 2003

Index includes 149 messages. Sorted reverse-alphabetically by subject.

                    
Zuiho sextantPierre Boucher31 May 2003, 14:32
Working the transatlantic cablesPaul Hirose26 May 2003, 05:20
Welcome Message & List Usage INFODan Hogan26 May 2003, 19:59
Re: Vernier sextant adjustment?Bill Noyce8 May 2003, 17:58
Vernier sextant adjustment?Doug Royer8 May 2003, 17:13
TimeDoug Royer6 May 2003, 22:09
Re: The Tables for Clearing the Lunar DistanceFred Hebard22 May 2003, 16:18
The Tables for Clearing the Lunar DistanceBruce Stark22 May 2003, 15:57
Re: The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator Second Edition/Astronomical RefractionPhil Guerra3 May 2003, 18:06
Re: The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator Second Edition/Astronomical RefractionPeter Fogg3 May 2003, 11:17
Re: The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator Second Edition/Astronomical RefractionGeorge Huxtable3 May 2003, 09:38
Re: The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator Second Edition/Astronomical RefractionPeter Fogg3 May 2003, 04:53
The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator Second Edition/Astronomical RefractionGeorge Bennett3 May 2003, 04:14
Re: The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator Second Edition.Peter Fogg7 May 2003, 22:43
Re: The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator Second Edition.George Huxtable5 May 2003, 22:39
Re: The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator Second Edition.Peter Fogg4 May 2003, 20:21
Re: The Complete On-Board Celestial Navigator Second Edition.George Huxtable3 May 2003, 21:08
Re: Technique questionSteven Wepster21 May 2003, 15:42
Re: Technique questionFred Hebard21 May 2003, 01:02
Re: Technique questionSteven Wepster20 May 2003, 08:25
Re: Technique questionJared Sherman20 May 2003, 02:56
Re: Technique questionFred Hebard20 May 2003, 02:39
Re: Technique questionDoug Royer20 May 2003, 00:05
Re: Technique questionGeorge Huxtable19 May 2003, 23:51
Re: Technique questionFred Hebard19 May 2003, 20:00
Re: Technique questionPhilip Ouvry19 May 2003, 19:55
Technique questionDoug Royer19 May 2003, 19:30
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Marc Bernstein4 May 2003, 01:22
Re: Table A4 + elevation?George Huxtable3 May 2003, 23:23
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Marc Bernstein3 May 2003, 22:29
Re: Table A4 + elevation?George Huxtable3 May 2003, 21:08
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Trevor Kenchington3 May 2003, 17:52
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Fred Hebard3 May 2003, 16:39
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Marc Bernstein3 May 2003, 14:14
Re: Table A4 + elevation?George Huxtable3 May 2003, 09:38
Re: Table A4 + elevation?George Huxtable2 May 2003, 23:43
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Doug Royer2 May 2003, 21:01
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Trevor Kenchington2 May 2003, 20:36
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Paul Hirose2 May 2003, 16:53
Re: Table A4 + elevation?George Huxtable2 May 2003, 15:57
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Zorbec Legras2 May 2003, 06:00
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Doug Royer2 May 2003, 00:44
Re: Table A4 + elevation?Doug Royer2 May 2003, 00:13
Table A4 + elevation?Doug Royer1 May 2003, 19:59
Re: Systematic Error (LOPs revisited)Peter Fogg29 May 2003, 23:05
Re: Systematic Error (LOPs revisited)Geoffrey Kolbe29 May 2003, 06:47
Re: Systematic Error (LOPs revisited)Peter Fogg29 May 2003, 02:15
Re: Systematic Error (LOPs revisited)Peter Fogg29 May 2003, 00:27
Re: Systematic Error (LOPs revisited)Trevor Kenchington28 May 2003, 23:52
Re: Systematic Error (LOPs revisited)George Huxtable28 May 2003, 22:28
Re: Systematic Error (LOPs revisited)Bill Noyce28 May 2003, 15:23
Re: Systematic Error (LOPs revisited)George Huxtable28 May 2003, 11:37
Systematic Error (LOPs revisited)Peter Fogg28 May 2003, 05:51
Space NavigationDan Hogan26 May 2003, 17:16
Re: Rigorous v Approximate methodsArthur Pearson15 May 2003, 04:05
Re: Rigorous v Approximate methodsJared Sherman15 May 2003, 03:30
Re: Rigorous v Approximate methodsKieran Kelly15 May 2003, 02:21
Re: Position Lines and a Systematic ErrorTrevor Kenchington31 May 2003, 01:13
Re: Position Lines and a Systematic ErrorJared Sherman30 May 2003, 03:36
Position Lines and a Systematic ErrorGeorge Bennett28 May 2003, 07:21
Position Line PlotsGeorge Bennett23 May 2003, 14:07
Picturing lunar distances.George Huxtable15 May 2003, 15:18
OOPS!Bruce Stark22 May 2003, 18:43
On finding azimuthPeter Fogg3 May 2003, 23:42
Off subjectBruce Stark12 May 2003, 00:41
Lunar's Web PageDan Hogan31 May 2003, 19:56
Re: lunar distance tablesArthur Pearson19 May 2003, 15:58
Lunar distance tablesSteven Wepster15 May 2003, 21:13
Re: Lunar Distance of the DayHerbert Prinz15 May 2003, 22:46
Re: Lunar Distance of the DayJared Sherman15 May 2003, 20:49
Lunar Distance of the DayHerbert Prinz15 May 2003, 20:21
Re: Lunar Distance of the DayJim Thompson15 May 2003, 19:57
Re: lunar attemptArthur Pearson14 May 2003, 18:41
Re: lunar attemptSteven Wepster14 May 2003, 18:22
Re: lunar attemptArthur Pearson12 May 2003, 12:26
Re: lunar attemptSteven Wepster12 May 2003, 08:41
Re: lunar attemptGordon Talge12 May 2003, 01:28
Re: lunar attemptArthur Pearson11 May 2003, 23:58
Re: lunar attemptSteven Wepster9 May 2003, 11:07
Re: lunar attemptJared Sherman7 May 2003, 19:37
Lunar attemptDoug Royer7 May 2003, 18:04
Re: lunar attempt - Mistake on first post.Gordon Talge12 May 2003, 01:30
Re: longitude calcsGary Harkins7 May 2003, 02:03
Re: longitude calcsFred Hebard7 May 2003, 00:26
Re: longitude calcsJared Sherman6 May 2003, 22:32
Longitude calcsmail6 May 2003, 21:28
Re: Index Mirror CorrectionWolfgang Bosswick16 May 2003, 07:15
Re: Index Mirror CorrectionFred Hebard15 May 2003, 13:06
Re: Index Mirror CorrectionWolfgang Bosswick14 May 2003, 11:17
Index Mirror CorrectionWolfgang Bosswick13 May 2003, 09:41
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?George Huxtable25 May 2003, 22:11
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Bruce Stark25 May 2003, 18:58
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Trevor Kenchington24 May 2003, 23:11
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?George Huxtable24 May 2003, 22:14
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Jim Thompson24 May 2003, 10:08
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Peter Fogg24 May 2003, 10:01
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Bruce Stark23 May 2003, 22:20
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?George Huxtable23 May 2003, 21:26
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Jan Kalivoda23 May 2003, 19:48
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Herbert Prinz23 May 2003, 15:30
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Bill Noyce19 May 2003, 12:34
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Jim Thompson19 May 2003, 09:45
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Jan Kalivoda18 May 2003, 20:06
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?George Huxtable18 May 2003, 15:51
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Peter Fogg18 May 2003, 10:05
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Herbert Prinz17 May 2003, 19:29
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Jim Thompson17 May 2003, 10:46
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?George Huxtable17 May 2003, 06:05
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Richard Irvine16 May 2003, 15:41
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?George Huxtable16 May 2003, 14:39
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Herbert Prinz14 May 2003, 11:37
Re: How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Jim Thompson14 May 2003, 10:53
How did Sumner navigate in 1837?Jim Thompson13 May 2003, 09:17
FW: 05-11 raw lunar dataDoug Royer12 May 2003, 19:39
FW: 05-11 posDoug Royer20 May 2003, 01:00
Ephemeris Source CodeDan Allen9 May 2003, 04:44
Effect of Relative Humidity on Index of RefractionFred Hebard3 May 2003, 16:24
Re: Converting a Lunar Distance to GMTBruce Stark12 May 2003, 18:14
Re: Converting a Lunar Distance to GMTArthur Pearson11 May 2003, 22:07
Re: Converting a Lunar Distance to GMTBruce Stark6 May 2003, 03:45
Re: Converting a Lunar Distance to GMTDan Allen6 May 2003, 02:59
Converting a Lunar Distance to GMTBruce Stark6 May 2003, 02:39
Bowditch copyright?Jim Thompson11 May 2003, 20:57
Re: Bowditch 1966 on eBay $1.00Peter Fogg25 May 2003, 02:01
Re: Bowditch 1966 on eBay $1.00Gordon Talge24 May 2003, 02:31
Bowditch 1966 on eBay $1.00Paul Hirose23 May 2003, 19:49
Re: Bouncing MailPeter Fogg26 May 2003, 19:30
Bouncing MailDan Hogan26 May 2003, 17:58
Bisectors and MPPDoug Royer29 May 2003, 17:36
Re: Bisectors and MPP - for 3 sights, equivalent to circle methodPeter Fogg31 May 2003, 00:28
Re: Bisectors and MPP - for 3 sights, equivalent to circle methodBill Noyce30 May 2003, 13:38
Re: Bisectors and MPP - for 3 sights, equivalent to circle methodDoug Royer29 May 2003, 23:27
Re: Bisectors and MPP - for 3 sights, equivalent to circle methodPeter Fogg29 May 2003, 23:09
Re: Bisectors and MPP - for 3 sights, equivalent to circle methodBill Noyce29 May 2003, 19:03
Re: Bisectors and MPP - for 3 sights, equivalent to circle methodBill Noyce29 May 2003, 18:11
Re: Bass Strait, avoidance ofTrevor Kenchington27 May 2003, 01:21
Re: Bass Strait, avoidance ofGeorge Huxtable26 May 2003, 17:40
Bass Strait, avoidance ofPeter Fogg26 May 2003, 03:20
Re: Azimuth Tables and RefractionGeorge Huxtable5 May 2003, 14:16
Azimuth Tables and RefractionGeorge Bennett4 May 2003, 05:41
Re: A useful booklet.Herbert Prinz10 May 2003, 18:53
A useful booklet.George Huxtable10 May 2003, 16:39
Re: 05-11 lunarFred Hebard8 May 2003, 22:07
05-11 lunarDoug Royer8 May 2003, 01:42
05-10+11 Lunars + scope adjustmentFred Hebard9 May 2003, 19:26
05-10+11 Lunars + scope adjustmentDoug Royer9 May 2003, 17:34
(no subject)Arthur Pearson18 May 2003, 21:29
(no subject)Fred Hebard18 May 2003, 20:45
(no subject)Fred Hebard3 May 2003, 01:47

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