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January, 2004

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Re: VirusesKen James31 Jan 2004, 23:45
Re: Buying secondhand maritime books.Stacy Hanna31 Jan 2004, 23:24
RAF Mk 9 Bubble SextantsRobin Birch31 Jan 2004, 22:57
Sextant vernier scaleMike Burkes31 Jan 2004, 22:26
Re: Night moon sightsPeter Fogg31 Jan 2004, 21:58
Re: Buying secondhand maritime books.Henry Halboth31 Jan 2004, 21:30
Re: Buying secondhand maritime books.William Allen31 Jan 2004, 21:27
Re: Buying secondhand maritime books.Philip Ouvry31 Jan 2004, 20:23
Sextant CalibrationFred Hebard31 Jan 2004, 19:15
Re: Buying secondhand maritime books.Will O´Neil31 Jan 2004, 17:34
Second Hand BooksMike Burkes31 Jan 2004, 17:31
Re: Re Usna TextsJared Sherman31 Jan 2004, 17:24
Re: Re Usna TextsStacy Hanna31 Jan 2004, 16:22
Re: Buying secondhand maritime books. Was: How was GMT originallyestablished ?Glendon31 Jan 2004, 15:02
Re: VirusesGuus Dekker31 Jan 2004, 12:25
Re: Comparison of navigation handheld calcuatorsJoel Jacobs31 Jan 2004, 12:13
VirusesGlendon31 Jan 2004, 12:09
Re: Re Usna TextsPaul Marcuzzo31 Jan 2004, 11:54
Re: Cel Nav at USNAPaul Marcuzzo31 Jan 2004, 11:54
Comparison of navigation handheld calcuatorsJim Thompson31 Jan 2004, 11:30
Re: Buying secondhand maritime books. Was: How was GMT originallyestablished ?Joel Jacobs31 Jan 2004, 09:55
Buying secondhand maritime books. Was: How was GMT originallyestablished ?George Huxtable31 Jan 2004, 09:35
Re: Night moon sightsFrank Reed31 Jan 2004, 08:10
Re: More Nc HistoryJoel Jacobs31 Jan 2004, 02:30
Re: Silicon Sea Leg 88 questionsJoel Jacobs31 Jan 2004, 01:51
Re: Silicon Sea Leg 88 questionsJoel Jacobs31 Jan 2004, 01:41
Re: Night shots useing refected lightJoel Jacobs31 Jan 2004, 01:14
Re: Silicon Sea Leg 88 questionsGlendon31 Jan 2004, 01:13
Re: Silicon Sea Leg 88 questionsJoel Jacobs30 Jan 2004, 23:59
Re: Night shots useing refected lightDoug Royer30 Jan 2004, 23:53
Re: Night moon sightsJared Sherman30 Jan 2004, 23:51
Re: Night moon sightsGeorge Huxtable30 Jan 2004, 23:42
Re: How was GMT originally established ?William Allen30 Jan 2004, 23:29
Re: Night moon sightsFrank Reed30 Jan 2004, 23:27
Re: Night shots useing refected lightJoel Jacobs30 Jan 2004, 23:16
Re: Night moon sightsDoug Royer30 Jan 2004, 22:47
Re: Night moon sightsFrank Reed30 Jan 2004, 22:26
Re: Night moon sightsGary Harkins30 Jan 2004, 22:09
Re: Night moon sightsTrevor Kenchington30 Jan 2004, 21:17
Re: Night moon sightsTrevor Kenchington30 Jan 2004, 21:14
Night shots useing refected lightDoug Royer30 Jan 2004, 20:55
Re Usna TextsJoel Jacobs30 Jan 2004, 20:18
Re: Celnav At The Usna And MoreJoel Jacobs30 Jan 2004, 19:56
Re: Night moon sightsPeter Fogg30 Jan 2004, 19:05
Re: Night moon sightsFrank Reed30 Jan 2004, 18:25
Re: Cel Nav at USNADoug Royer30 Jan 2004, 17:29
Night moon sightsPeter Fogg30 Jan 2004, 16:43
Re: Cel Nav at USNARodney Myrvaagnes30 Jan 2004, 16:20
Re: Silicon Sea Leg 88 questionsPeter Fogg30 Jan 2004, 16:10
Re: Celnav At The Usna And MoreJared Sherman30 Jan 2004, 15:13
Cel Nav at USNAAndrew Corl30 Jan 2004, 15:11
Re: Celnav At The Usna And MoreJoel Jacobs30 Jan 2004, 14:43
Re: How was GMT originally established ?George Huxtable30 Jan 2004, 11:33
Re: How was GMT originally established ?William Allen30 Jan 2004, 04:52
Re: FW: Parallactic RetardationRodney Myrvaagnes30 Jan 2004, 04:26
Re: Brass vs Bronze for sextants [Was: Hooke's QuadrantJared Sherman29 Jan 2004, 22:40
Re: Celnav At The Usna And MoreStacy Hanna29 Jan 2004, 22:34
Re: Brass vs Bronze for sextants [Was: Hooke's QuadrantKieran Kelly29 Jan 2004, 22:04
Re: How was GMT originally established ?Frank Reed29 Jan 2004, 21:50
Re: How was GMT originally established ?George Huxtable29 Jan 2004, 21:37
Celnav At The Usna And MoreJoel Jacobs29 Jan 2004, 20:53
FW: Parallactic RetardationDoug Royer29 Jan 2004, 20:44
Re: Parallactic RetardationRodney Myrvaagnes29 Jan 2004, 18:49
Re: Parallactic RetardationRodney Myrvaagnes29 Jan 2004, 18:49
Re: How was GMT originally established ?Patrick Stanistreet29 Jan 2004, 16:47
Re: Bowditch onlineJared Sherman29 Jan 2004, 16:15
Re: Brass vs Bronze for sextants [Was: Hooke's QuadrantJared Sherman29 Jan 2004, 16:12
Re: How was GMT originally established ?Fred Hebard29 Jan 2004, 15:11
Re: Parallactic RetardationGeorge Huxtable29 Jan 2004, 14:40
Re: How was GMT originally established ?Thomas Schmidt29 Jan 2004, 10:56
Re: Brass vs Bronze for sextants [Was: Hooke's QuadrantKieran Kelly29 Jan 2004, 05:24
Re: Hooke's QuadrantRodney Myrvaagnes29 Jan 2004, 04:42
Re: Bowditch onlineDan Allen29 Jan 2004, 02:15
Re: How was GMT originally established ?Brooke Clarke29 Jan 2004, 01:09
Re: Brass vs Bronze for sextants [Was: Hooke's QuadrantWill O´Neil29 Jan 2004, 00:55
Re: Parallactic RetardationFrank Reed29 Jan 2004, 00:55
Re: How was GMT originally established ?Patrick Stanistreet29 Jan 2004, 00:38
Re: How was GMT originally established ?Brooke Clarke29 Jan 2004, 00:11
Re: How was GMT originally established ?Thomas Schmidt29 Jan 2004, 00:04
Re: Parallactic RetardationGeorge Huxtable28 Jan 2004, 23:43
Hooke's QuadrantKieran Kelly28 Jan 2004, 23:30
Re: How was GMT originally established ?Jim Thompson28 Jan 2004, 23:06
Re: spherical right triangles, napiers circleWilliam Allen28 Jan 2004, 23:06
How was GMT originally established ?Patrick Stanistreet28 Jan 2004, 22:49
Re: spherical right triangles, napiers circlePatrick Stanistreet28 Jan 2004, 22:34
Revised Nav-l Welcome MessageDan Hogan28 Jan 2004, 22:29
Bowditch online [was] Re: DIY plotting chartsJared Sherman28 Jan 2004, 22:06
Re: spherical right triangles, napiers circleGeorge Huxtable28 Jan 2004, 21:43
Parallactic Retardation - is it a virus?Bill Noyce28 Jan 2004, 20:36
Re: spherical right triangles, napiers circleDave Weilacher28 Jan 2004, 20:13
Re: spherical right triangles, napiers circleGeorge Huxtable28 Jan 2004, 19:32
Re: DIY plotting chartsJoel Jacobs28 Jan 2004, 18:11
Re: DIY plotting chartsHenry Halboth28 Jan 2004, 16:55
Spherical right triangles, napiers circlePatrick Stanistreet28 Jan 2004, 15:57
Re: DIY plotting chartsAndrew Corl28 Jan 2004, 15:19
Re: DIY plotting chartsDavid Martin28 Jan 2004, 15:12
Nav-L Web Page & DownloadsDan Hogan28 Jan 2004, 14:24
Re: DIY plotting chartsCourtney Thomas28 Jan 2004, 13:30
Re: DIY plotting chartsJoel Jacobs28 Jan 2004, 06:21
Re: DIY plotting chartsCourtney Thomas28 Jan 2004, 04:49
DIY plotting chartsAnthony Cappiello28 Jan 2004, 04:07
Thanks for all your response Sseas 88Renee Mattie28 Jan 2004, 03:12
Re: DIY plotting chartsDoug Royer28 Jan 2004, 01:49
DIY plotting chartsMurray Campbell28 Jan 2004, 01:30
Re: Silicon Sea Leg 88 questionsBill Noyce27 Jan 2004, 15:35
History of CN: TimelineJim Thompson27 Jan 2004, 12:58
Another navigation storyFrank Reed27 Jan 2004, 01:42
Re: A navigation storyPhilip Ouvry27 Jan 2004, 00:56
Re: Silicon Sea Leg 88 questionsPeter Fogg27 Jan 2004, 00:06
Re: A navigation storyRodney Myrvaagnes26 Jan 2004, 04:18
A navigation storyFred Hebard26 Jan 2004, 01:54
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunStacy Hanna25 Jan 2004, 23:47
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunJim Thompson25 Jan 2004, 23:31
Re: Uss Lamoure CountyStacy Hanna25 Jan 2004, 23:27
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon Sun+GPSKieran Kelly25 Jan 2004, 23:27
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunJim Thompson25 Jan 2004, 23:14
Fw: Re: Uss Lamoure CountyJoel Jacobs25 Jan 2004, 23:04
Fw: Re: Uss Lamoure CountyJoel Jacobs25 Jan 2004, 23:03
Re: Uss Lamoure CountyJoel Jacobs25 Jan 2004, 22:55
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon Sun+GPSJared Sherman25 Jan 2004, 22:35
Re: Uss Lamoure CountyJared Sherman25 Jan 2004, 22:28
Re: Uss Lamoure CountyJared Sherman25 Jan 2004, 22:26
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon Sun+GPSFrank Reed25 Jan 2004, 20:56
Re: Uss Lamoure CountyJoel Jacobs25 Jan 2004, 20:39
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunGeorge Huxtable25 Jan 2004, 20:36
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunStacy Hanna25 Jan 2004, 19:21
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunJared Sherman25 Jan 2004, 18:51
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunGeorge Huxtable25 Jan 2004, 18:05
Re: Cel Nav at USNAStacy Hanna25 Jan 2004, 17:44
Cel Nav at USNAKen Gebhart25 Jan 2004, 17:30
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunJoel Jacobs25 Jan 2004, 15:40
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon Sun+GPSRodney Myrvaagnes25 Jan 2004, 15:30
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunStacy Hanna25 Jan 2004, 15:14
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunJoel Jacobs25 Jan 2004, 12:40
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunJoel Jacobs25 Jan 2004, 12:37
SIlicon Sea Aechive: ssea.zipDan Hogan25 Jan 2004, 05:49
THE WEB PAGE is upDan Hogan25 Jan 2004, 04:39
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunStacy Hanna25 Jan 2004, 03:33
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon Sun+GPSKieran Kelly25 Jan 2004, 03:07
It's Game DayFrank Reed24 Jan 2004, 22:29
About Lunars, Part 4bGeorge Huxtable24 Jan 2004, 21:21
Update to Part 4 of "About Lunars"George Huxtable24 Jan 2004, 21:21
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunJim Thompson24 Jan 2004, 20:57
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunFrank Reed24 Jan 2004, 20:36
Z-correction using HO 229 & 249Dave Weilacher24 Jan 2004, 13:47
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunJoel Jacobs24 Jan 2004, 12:52
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunGeorge Huxtable24 Jan 2004, 08:23
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunFrank Reed24 Jan 2004, 03:28
Re: Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunGeorge Huxtable24 Jan 2004, 00:56
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionGeorge Huxtable24 Jan 2004, 00:28
Latitude AND Longitude by Noon SunFrank Reed23 Jan 2004, 23:57
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionJoel Jacobs23 Jan 2004, 19:17
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionBill Noyce23 Jan 2004, 18:39
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionGeorge Huxtable23 Jan 2004, 18:38
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionDoug Royer23 Jan 2004, 18:24
Web PageDan Hogan23 Jan 2004, 17:23
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionJoel Jacobs23 Jan 2004, 13:55
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionBill Noyce23 Jan 2004, 13:51
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionGeorge Huxtable23 Jan 2004, 13:34
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionBill Noyce23 Jan 2004, 13:30
Web PageDan Hogan23 Jan 2004, 02:04
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionDoug Royer23 Jan 2004, 00:51
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionFred Hebard23 Jan 2004, 00:40
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionBob Young23 Jan 2004, 00:21
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionDoug Royer22 Jan 2004, 23:25
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionFred Hebard22 Jan 2004, 22:11
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionJoel Jacobs22 Jan 2004, 21:58
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionBill Noyce22 Jan 2004, 21:46
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionFred Hebard22 Jan 2004, 21:42
Silicon Sea Leg 88 questionsRenee Mattie22 Jan 2004, 21:11
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionBill Noyce22 Jan 2004, 21:07
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionDoug Royer22 Jan 2004, 19:47
Re: Beta Cap -- the tenth lunars starFrank Reed22 Jan 2004, 16:17
Re: The Old vs. The NewJim Thompson22 Jan 2004, 11:40
Re: Lunar new year - questionZorbec Legras22 Jan 2004, 11:05
Lunar new year - questionAubrey O´Callaghan22 Jan 2004, 10:27
Re: The Old vs. The NewFrank Reed22 Jan 2004, 03:06
Re: The Old vs. The NewFrank Reed22 Jan 2004, 02:29
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionDoug Royer21 Jan 2004, 23:06
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionJoel Jacobs21 Jan 2004, 22:23
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionDoug Royer21 Jan 2004, 22:09
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionTrevor Kenchington21 Jan 2004, 22:05
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionBill Noyce21 Jan 2004, 21:33
Re: Timed Noon sights for positionJoel Jacobs21 Jan 2004, 21:07
Timed Noon sights for positionDoug Royer21 Jan 2004, 20:39
Re: Beta Cap -- the tenth lunars starJim Thompson21 Jan 2004, 10:11
Re: The Old vs. The NewChuck Taylor21 Jan 2004, 04:36
List Distribution Problem??Frank Reed21 Jan 2004, 03:45
Re: Beta Cap -- the tenth lunars starFrank Reed21 Jan 2004, 03:42
Re: Beta Cap -- the tenth lunars starJared Sherman21 Jan 2004, 03:13
Re: Beta Cap -- the tenth lunars starDan Allen21 Jan 2004, 02:12
Beta Cap -- the tenth lunars starFrank Reed21 Jan 2004, 01:15
Bubble sextant MK9 repairHein Kloos20 Jan 2004, 22:39
Re: The Old vs. The NewGeoffrey Butt20 Jan 2004, 20:54
Re: The Old vs. The NewDan Allen20 Jan 2004, 04:47
Latitude by Moon in 1847Frank Reed19 Jan 2004, 23:42
Re: The Old vs. The NewFrank Reed19 Jan 2004, 23:32
Re: Time and the BBCCliff Sojourner19 Jan 2004, 19:13
Re: Full and by, was: Latitude by SpicaBruce Stark19 Jan 2004, 18:22
Re: Time and the BBCGeoffrey Butt19 Jan 2004, 17:44
Re: Time and the BBCAubrey O´Callaghan19 Jan 2004, 15:33
Re: Time and the BBCJared Sherman19 Jan 2004, 14:49
Time and the BBCAndrew Corl19 Jan 2004, 13:21
Re: The Old vs. The NewDan Allen19 Jan 2004, 02:46
Re: Lunars on the Cicero (1827)Frank Reed19 Jan 2004, 00:45
Lunars on the Cicero (1827)Frank Reed19 Jan 2004, 00:40
The Old vs. The NewFrank Reed19 Jan 2004, 00:19
Re: [Sextants] Plath Sextant: Advice - Required.Kieran Kelly18 Jan 2004, 21:53
Re: Plath Sextant: Advice - Required.Fred Hebard18 Jan 2004, 21:18
Re: Plath Sextant: Advice - Required.Kieran Kelly18 Jan 2004, 10:52
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable17 Jan 2004, 22:36
Full and by, was: Latitude by SpicaTrevor Kenchington17 Jan 2004, 22:05
Re: Plath Sextant: Advice - Required.George Huxtable17 Jan 2004, 19:14
Re: Plath Sextant: Advice - Required.George Huxtable17 Jan 2004, 12:35
Plath Sextant: Advice - Required.Kieran Kelly17 Jan 2004, 08:34
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesRichard M Pisko17 Jan 2004, 07:10
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesRichard M Pisko17 Jan 2004, 04:37
Job going at Greenwich.George Huxtable16 Jan 2004, 19:54
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeoffrey Kolbe16 Jan 2004, 08:05
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed16 Jan 2004, 03:59
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard16 Jan 2004, 02:47
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJared Sherman16 Jan 2004, 02:08
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable16 Jan 2004, 01:13
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable16 Jan 2004, 01:13
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard15 Jan 2004, 23:29
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable15 Jan 2004, 22:12
A celestial sphere globe?Jim Thompson15 Jan 2004, 21:05
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJared Sherman15 Jan 2004, 18:43
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard15 Jan 2004, 18:01
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable15 Jan 2004, 17:18
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable15 Jan 2004, 17:14
Re: RES: PosplotSteve Moss15 Jan 2004, 15:34
PosplotSteve Moss15 Jan 2004, 12:58
RES: PosplotJosé Otavio O. de Almeida15 Jan 2004, 12:42
Re: Latitude by Spica/the NAV L listGeorge Huxtable15 Jan 2004, 10:07
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesRichard M Pisko15 Jan 2004, 04:41
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJared Sherman15 Jan 2004, 02:10
Re: Latitude by Spica/the NAV L listFred Hebard14 Jan 2004, 23:47
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard14 Jan 2004, 23:29
Re: Latitude by Spica/the NAV L listJim Thompson14 Jan 2004, 23:23
Re: Latitude by Spica/the NAV L listKieran Kelly14 Jan 2004, 22:51
Re: Slocum and van der WerfGeorge Huxtable14 Jan 2004, 22:06
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJared Sherman14 Jan 2004, 19:15
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJared Sherman14 Jan 2004, 19:02
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard14 Jan 2004, 18:00
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable14 Jan 2004, 11:52
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeoffrey Kolbe14 Jan 2004, 08:13
Re: Online AlmanacJim Thompson13 Jan 2004, 21:11
Online AlmanacAndrew Corl13 Jan 2004, 20:52
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable13 Jan 2004, 19:58
Re: Latitude by SpicaBruce Stark13 Jan 2004, 17:47
Re: Map of the "Age of the Tides"George Huxtable13 Jan 2004, 16:28
Re: Latitude by SpicaSteven Wepster13 Jan 2004, 15:41
Re: Slocum and van der WerfFred Hebard13 Jan 2004, 04:42
Re: Latitude by SpicaFrank Reed13 Jan 2004, 00:14
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed13 Jan 2004, 00:08
Re: Map of the "Age of the Tides"Glendon12 Jan 2004, 23:30
Re: Latitude by SpicaKieran Kelly12 Jan 2004, 23:26
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable12 Jan 2004, 23:23
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJared Sherman12 Jan 2004, 22:39
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard12 Jan 2004, 22:20
Map of the "Age of the Tides"Frank Reed12 Jan 2004, 22:05
Slocum and van der WerfFrank Reed12 Jan 2004, 21:41
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed12 Jan 2004, 21:17
Star-to-Star Sights (part 1)Frank Reed12 Jan 2004, 21:09
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard12 Jan 2004, 21:06
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed12 Jan 2004, 20:32
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard12 Jan 2004, 18:13
Re: Latitude by SpicaBruce Stark12 Jan 2004, 18:07
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable12 Jan 2004, 10:46
Re: Latitude by SpicaGeorge Huxtable12 Jan 2004, 10:46
Re: Latitude by SpicaFrank Reed12 Jan 2004, 09:00
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesRichard M Pisko12 Jan 2004, 08:16
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard12 Jan 2004, 05:09
Re: Latitude by SpicaKieran Kelly12 Jan 2004, 04:14
Re: Latitude by SpicaJim Thompson12 Jan 2004, 03:51
Latitude by SpicaFrank Reed12 Jan 2004, 01:40
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.George Huxtable11 Jan 2004, 21:20
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Fred Hebard10 Jan 2004, 23:44
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.George Huxtable10 Jan 2004, 23:06
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.George Huxtable10 Jan 2004, 23:05
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Jared Sherman10 Jan 2004, 17:38
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Jared Sherman10 Jan 2004, 17:33
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Bruce Stark10 Jan 2004, 16:21
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.George Huxtable10 Jan 2004, 11:31
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable10 Jan 2004, 00:45
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Bruce Stark9 Jan 2004, 23:29
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Frank Reed9 Jan 2004, 23:00
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJared Sherman9 Jan 2004, 22:58
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Frank Reed9 Jan 2004, 22:48
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Bruce Stark9 Jan 2004, 22:22
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable9 Jan 2004, 20:51
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesBruce Stark9 Jan 2004, 20:39
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.George Huxtable9 Jan 2004, 19:44
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJared Sherman9 Jan 2004, 19:42
Re: C.Plath Navistar Professional sextant partsJared Sherman9 Jan 2004, 19:40
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard9 Jan 2004, 19:27
C.Plath Navistar Professional sextant partsAnthony Cappiello9 Jan 2004, 19:08
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard9 Jan 2004, 18:30
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable9 Jan 2004, 17:45
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Fred Hebard9 Jan 2004, 17:33
Re: Parallactic retardation - don't give up so easily.Bill Noyce9 Jan 2004, 13:49
Re: Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do yourecommend?Richard B. Langley9 Jan 2004, 12:14
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed9 Jan 2004, 07:42
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed9 Jan 2004, 07:29
Re: Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do yourecommend?Jared Sherman9 Jan 2004, 03:21
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard9 Jan 2004, 03:07
Re: Lat + Long. @ LAN explainationJim Thompson9 Jan 2004, 01:36
Re: Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do yourecommend?Rodney Myrvaagnes9 Jan 2004, 01:18
Re: LAN on MarsCliff Sojourner9 Jan 2004, 00:34
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable9 Jan 2004, 00:28
LAN on MarsFrank Reed8 Jan 2004, 23:41
Re: Fw: Lat. and Lon at LANFrank Reed8 Jan 2004, 23:13
Lat + Long. @ LAN explainationDoug Royer8 Jan 2004, 23:09
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed8 Jan 2004, 23:02
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed8 Jan 2004, 22:51
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard8 Jan 2004, 22:46
Re: LAN at higher lattitudesChuck Taylor8 Jan 2004, 22:36
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed8 Jan 2004, 22:25
Re: LAN at higher lattitudesGeorge Huxtable8 Jan 2004, 22:24
Re: New Moon, Perigee, and SolsticeFrank Reed8 Jan 2004, 22:13
Re: Measuring time in small boat CNMurray Campbell8 Jan 2004, 20:40
Re: Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do yourecommend?Chuck Taylor8 Jan 2004, 20:36
LAN at higher lattitudesMurray Campbell8 Jan 2004, 20:35
Re: Measuring time in small boat CNPaul Hirose8 Jan 2004, 20:05
Re: Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do yourecommend?Rodney Myrvaagnes8 Jan 2004, 19:56
Re: Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do yourecommend?Jim Thompson8 Jan 2004, 19:14
Re: Time on a small boat CNJim Thompson8 Jan 2004, 19:12
Re: Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do yourecommend?Chuck Taylor8 Jan 2004, 18:49
Re: Time on a small boat CNRHT8 Jan 2004, 18:34
Re: Time on a small boat CNDavid Martin8 Jan 2004, 17:45
Re: Lat. and Lon at LANGeorge Huxtable8 Jan 2004, 17:07
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable8 Jan 2004, 17:07
Re: Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do yourecommend?Rodney Myrvaagnes8 Jan 2004, 16:11
Re: Time on a small boat CNRHT8 Jan 2004, 15:41
Re: Time on a small boat CNJared Sherman8 Jan 2004, 15:24
Re: Lat. and Lon at LANFred Hebard8 Jan 2004, 15:10
Re: Fw: Lat. and Lon at LANGeorge Huxtable8 Jan 2004, 14:38
Fw: Lat. and Lon at LANDick Savage8 Jan 2004, 07:05
Time on a small boat CNDick Savage8 Jan 2004, 06:14
Lewis and Clark etcDick Savage8 Jan 2004, 05:20
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard8 Jan 2004, 02:53
Re: Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do yourecommend?Chuck Taylor8 Jan 2004, 01:34
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable7 Jan 2004, 22:50
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable7 Jan 2004, 20:40
Re: Evolution of the Fundy TidesJared Sherman7 Jan 2004, 18:25
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard7 Jan 2004, 13:42
Re: New Moon, Perigee, and SolsticeGeorge Huxtable7 Jan 2004, 13:36
Re: Windows program to reduce sights....Michael Dorl7 Jan 2004, 11:52
Measuring time in small boat CN: what devices do you recommend?Jim Thompson7 Jan 2004, 10:52
Re: Whaleship Stonington's LunarsFrank Reed7 Jan 2004, 09:50
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed7 Jan 2004, 09:50
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed7 Jan 2004, 09:50
Re: New Moon, Perigee, and SolsticeFrank Reed7 Jan 2004, 09:50
Re: New Moon, Perigee, and SolsticeFrank Reed7 Jan 2004, 09:50
Re: Whaleship Stonington's LunarsFrank Reed7 Jan 2004, 09:50
Re: New Moon, Perigee, and SolsticeFrank Reed7 Jan 2004, 09:50
Re: Evolution of the Fundy TidesFrank Reed7 Jan 2004, 09:50
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFrank Reed7 Jan 2004, 09:50
Re: Windows program to reduce sights....Stan K7 Jan 2004, 03:47
Re: 6 1/2 years of NAV-L and Tony SeverdiaStan K7 Jan 2004, 03:47
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable6 Jan 2004, 22:40
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable6 Jan 2004, 21:41
Re: Lewis and Clark, and the clocks and watches of their era.George Huxtable6 Jan 2004, 21:08
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard6 Jan 2004, 20:44
Windows program to reduce sights....Michael Dorl6 Jan 2004, 20:39
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesBill Noyce6 Jan 2004, 20:19
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJan Kalivoda6 Jan 2004, 19:54
Re: 6 1/2 years of NAV-LDan Hogan6 Jan 2004, 19:54
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesGeorge Huxtable6 Jan 2004, 19:35
Re: Lewis and Clark, and the clocks and watches of their era.Ken Muldrew6 Jan 2004, 18:03
Re: 6 1/2 years of NAV-LChuck Taylor6 Jan 2004, 17:51
Re: 6 1/2 years of NAV-LRodney Myrvaagnes6 Jan 2004, 17:38
Re: 6 1/2 years of NAV-LGeorge Huxtable6 Jan 2004, 17:11
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesBill Noyce6 Jan 2004, 16:15
Re: Consistency v Accuracy in celestial navigationBill Noyce6 Jan 2004, 16:04
L + C,watches etc.Dick Savage6 Jan 2004, 05:38
Re: Evolution of the Fundy TidesDan Allen6 Jan 2004, 03:14
Re: Evolution of the Fundy TidesMurray Campbell6 Jan 2004, 01:49
Re: Mer. Pas.,Lat at Lan etc.Jim Thompson5 Jan 2004, 22:59
Re: Lewis and Clark, and the clocks and watches of their era.George Huxtable5 Jan 2004, 22:27
Lewis and Clark, and the clocks and watches of their era.Andrew Corl5 Jan 2004, 16:56
Re: 6 1/2 years of NAV-LPeter Smith5 Jan 2004, 14:54
Re: 6 1/2 years of NAV-LDan Allen5 Jan 2004, 03:54
Re:George Huxtable4 Jan 2004, 22:37
Another old HOAX: Re: Fw: VIRUS WARNINGJared Sherman4 Jan 2004, 21:21
Fw: Virus WarningMike Burkes4 Jan 2004, 20:53
(no subject)Dennis Koehler4 Jan 2004, 15:50
Re: 6 1/2 years of NAV-LAubrey O´Callaghan4 Jan 2004, 11:05
6 1/2 years of NAV-LDan Allen3 Jan 2004, 20:00
Evolution of the Fundy TidesTrevor Kenchington3 Jan 2004, 17:25
Sky chart and satellite dataMichael Dorl3 Jan 2004, 13:57
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJan Kalivoda2 Jan 2004, 22:07
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard2 Jan 2004, 21:32
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJan Kalivoda2 Jan 2004, 19:29
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard1 Jan 2004, 21:40
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard1 Jan 2004, 20:23
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJan Kalivoda1 Jan 2004, 20:17
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJan Kalivoda1 Jan 2004, 19:08
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard1 Jan 2004, 15:43
Lewis and Clark, and the clocks and watches of their era.George Huxtable1 Jan 2004, 15:22
Software to assist the Master in port formalities.Pawan Rao1 Jan 2004, 14:38
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesTrevor Kenchington1 Jan 2004, 12:26
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesJan Kalivoda1 Jan 2004, 01:33
Re: Real accuracy of the method of lunar distancesFred Hebard1 Jan 2004, 00:31

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