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April, 2004

Index includes 293 messages. Sorted by message ID, in descending order.
SubjectAuthorDate (UT)SizeID
Hlep on Digital ChartsOlivier Le Diouris30 Apr 2004, 23:473599w15556
Re: Book suggestion, please.Dan Allen30 Apr 2004, 23:262818w15554
Re: Book suggestion, please.Frank Reed30 Apr 2004, 23:197181w15552
Re: Easy LunarsFrank Reed30 Apr 2004, 22:322401w15550
Re: Book suggestion, please.Ken Gebhart30 Apr 2004, 22:322390w15548
Re: Book suggestion, please.Jared Sherman30 Apr 2004, 16:293787w15546
Re: Book suggestion, please.Henry Halboth30 Apr 2004, 16:004234w15544
Re: Book suggestion, please.Peter Smith30 Apr 2004, 14:003619w15542
Re: Book suggestion, please.Dan Hogan30 Apr 2004, 13:012116w15540
Book suggestion, please.George Huxtable30 Apr 2004, 12:332757w15538
Re: Easy LunarsGeorge Huxtable30 Apr 2004, 12:335152w15536
Re: Compass AdjustmentN S Gurnell30 Apr 2004, 01:302306w15534
Re: Compass AdjustmentN S Gurnell30 Apr 2004, 01:102666w15532
Re: theodolite altitude measurementsPaul Hirose29 Apr 2004, 21:334177w15530
Re: Easy LunarsDoug Royer29 Apr 2004, 20:582409w15528
Re: Easy LunarsGeorge Huxtable29 Apr 2004, 20:119597w15526
Re: Astrofixes and Len BeadellKieran Kelly29 Apr 2004, 07:576527w15524
Astrofixes and Len BeadellGreg Gilbert29 Apr 2004, 05:2112090w15522
Compass AdjustmentRobert Eno29 Apr 2004, 03:453918w15520
Re: Easy LunarsJim Thompson29 Apr 2004, 00:587850w15518
Re: Easy LunarsDan Allen29 Apr 2004, 00:1134986w15516
Re: Easy LunarsDoug Royer29 Apr 2004, 00:025558w15514
Easy LunarsFrank Reed28 Apr 2004, 23:2230228w15512
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work? PERSONAL SUMMARYJoel Jacobs28 Apr 2004, 12:297763w15510
Re: Inadvertent revelation.Richard M Pisko28 Apr 2004, 04:142258w15508
Re: Inadvertent revelation.Richard M Pisko28 Apr 2004, 02:073090w15506
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew27 Apr 2004, 16:505327w15504
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?George Huxtable27 Apr 2004, 16:093895w15502
Half horizon mirrorsBill Arden27 Apr 2004, 16:143311w15500
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson27 Apr 2004, 10:062764w15498
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Trevor Kenchington26 Apr 2004, 20:343902w15496
Re: Astro COmpass Manual on line?Robert Eno27 Apr 2004, 01:022678w15494
Re: Astro COmpass Manual on line?Joel Jacobs26 Apr 2004, 21:172886w15492
Re: Astro COmpass Manual on line?Joel Jacobs26 Apr 2004, 21:023006w15490
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Robert Eno26 Apr 2004, 15:314837w15488
Re: Astro COmpass Manual on line?Paul Hirose26 Apr 2004, 20:442090w15486
Re: Astro COmpass Manual on line?Robert Eno26 Apr 2004, 15:192233w15484
Astro COmpass Manual on line?Brooke Clarke26 Apr 2004, 20:122414w15482
Re: Getting started with "clearing the lunar distance".John Brenneise26 Apr 2004, 19:403586w15480
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew26 Apr 2004, 19:034966w15478
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?George Huxtable26 Apr 2004, 18:213233w15476
Re: Getting started with "clearing the lunar distance".George Huxtable26 Apr 2004, 18:213000w15474
Inadvertent revelation.George Huxtable26 Apr 2004, 14:292958w15472
Nav-l archives was Re: Getting started with "clearing the lunardistance".Cliff Sojourner26 Apr 2004, 05:342155w15470
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew26 Apr 2004, 04:193565w15468
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken James26 Apr 2004, 04:062521w15466
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken James26 Apr 2004, 04:043768w15464
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew26 Apr 2004, 02:005805w15462
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew25 Apr 2004, 22:594202w15460
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson25 Apr 2004, 22:464004w15458
Re: Getting started with "clearing the lunar distance".John Brenneise25 Apr 2004, 22:283012w15456
Re: What do stars look like in your eye?Frank Reed25 Apr 2004, 22:183721w15454
Re: Sextant stands; was Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsHenry Halboth25 Apr 2004, 21:593396w15452
Re: Lunars -Venus!Ken Muldrew25 Apr 2004, 18:563118w15450
Re: Lunars -Venus!Fred Hebard25 Apr 2004, 18:104374w15448
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Trevor Kenchington24 Apr 2004, 19:495499w15446
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Trevor Kenchington25 Apr 2004, 14:053298w15444
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Trevor Kenchington25 Apr 2004, 14:205293w15442
Re: Getting started with "clearing the lunar distance".Fred Hebard25 Apr 2004, 17:182560w15440
Re: Sextant stands; was Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsRobert Eno25 Apr 2004, 14:493498w15438
Sextant StandsRobert Eno25 Apr 2004, 14:435230w15436
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew25 Apr 2004, 14:164992w15434
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew25 Apr 2004, 13:473429w15432
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson25 Apr 2004, 09:232801w15430
Re: Sextant stands; was Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsKieran Kelly25 Apr 2004, 08:383170w15428
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew25 Apr 2004, 06:184804w15426
Getting started with "clearing the lunar distance".John Brenneise25 Apr 2004, 05:272023w15424
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew25 Apr 2004, 05:103104w15422
Re: What do stars look like in your eye?Ken Muldrew25 Apr 2004, 04:582949w15420
Re: Sextant stands; was Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsHenry Halboth25 Apr 2004, 03:063247w15418
Re: Sextant stands; was Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsJim Thompson25 Apr 2004, 00:023296w15416
Re: Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsHenry Halboth24 Apr 2004, 20:536188w15414
Re: What do stars look like in your eye?Frank Reed24 Apr 2004, 17:445597w15412
Re: Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsFrank Reed24 Apr 2004, 17:218125w15410
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson24 Apr 2004, 15:034342w15408
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew24 Apr 2004, 14:104995w15406
Re: What do stars look like in your eye?Ken Muldrew24 Apr 2004, 13:584140w15404
Re: What do stars look like in your eye?Joel Jacobs24 Apr 2004, 13:274324w15402
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Joel Jacobs24 Apr 2004, 12:439477w15400
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Joel Jacobs24 Apr 2004, 10:482519w15398
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson24 Apr 2004, 12:043106w15396
What do stars look like in your eye?Jim Thompson24 Apr 2004, 11:553023w15394
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars.George Huxtable24 Apr 2004, 10:495050w15392
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?George Huxtable24 Apr 2004, 10:497956w15390
Re: Lunars -Venus!Jim Thompson24 Apr 2004, 10:256052w15388
Re: Lunars -Venus!Ken Muldrew24 Apr 2004, 04:354302w15386
Re: Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsHenry Halboth24 Apr 2004, 03:194800w15384
Re: Lunars -Venus!Robert Eno24 Apr 2004, 02:332848w15382
Re: Lunars -Venus!Fred Hebard24 Apr 2004, 02:312536w15380
Re: Lunars -Venus!Frank Reed24 Apr 2004, 02:054409w15378
Re:       Re: Lunars -Venus!Frank Reed24 Apr 2004, 01:403406w15376
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson24 Apr 2004, 01:322258w15374
Re: Lunars -Venus!Jim Thompson24 Apr 2004, 01:172684w15372
Re:       Re: Lunars -Venus!Bruce Stark23 Apr 2004, 23:492692w15370
Re: Lunars -Venus!Frank Reed23 Apr 2004, 23:146460w15368
Re: Lunars -Venus!George Huxtable23 Apr 2004, 22:172446w15366
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Joel Jacobs23 Apr 2004, 22:165471w15364
Re: Lewis and Clark lunarsKen Muldrew23 Apr 2004, 22:183732w15362
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Fred Hebard23 Apr 2004, 21:432413w15360
Re: Lunars -Venus!Fred Hebard23 Apr 2004, 21:422554w15358
Re: Lewis and Clark lunarsFred Hebard23 Apr 2004, 21:316710w15356
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew23 Apr 2004, 21:145421w15354
Lunars -Venus!Mike Burkes23 Apr 2004, 21:063996w15352
ReflectionsBill Arden23 Apr 2004, 20:204387w15350
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?George Huxtable23 Apr 2004, 19:337760w15348
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Paul Hirose23 Apr 2004, 18:122244w15346
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars - I think you've got it.Bill Noyce23 Apr 2004, 17:513363w15344
Re: Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsFrank Reed23 Apr 2004, 17:486051w15342
Re: Lewis and Clark lunarsKen Muldrew23 Apr 2004, 17:288938w15340
Re: Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsHenry Halboth23 Apr 2004, 16:244364w15338
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew23 Apr 2004, 16:126309w15336
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew23 Apr 2004, 15:543873w15334
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew23 Apr 2004, 15:364318w15332
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Chuck Taylor23 Apr 2004, 15:302113w15330
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?George Huxtable23 Apr 2004, 15:304125w15328
Re: Lewis and Clark lunarsGeorge Huxtable23 Apr 2004, 15:305870w15326
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Fred Hebard23 Apr 2004, 15:053170w15324
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Bill Noyce23 Apr 2004, 14:293124w15322
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Fred Hebard23 Apr 2004, 13:565393w15320
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson23 Apr 2004, 13:042966w15318
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Joel Jacobs23 Apr 2004, 12:467435w15316
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Joel Jacobs23 Apr 2004, 12:4211355w15314
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson23 Apr 2004, 12:092205w15312
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson23 Apr 2004, 12:019578w15310
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Paul Hirose23 Apr 2004, 05:332090w15308
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Ken Muldrew23 Apr 2004, 01:555641w15306
Re:       Re: Lewis and Clark  lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataBruce Stark23 Apr 2004, 01:582735w15304
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Doug Royer23 Apr 2004, 00:402840w15302
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?George Huxtable23 Apr 2004, 00:053472w15300
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Joel Jacobs22 Apr 2004, 23:095133w15298
Re:       Re: † † † Re: Lewis and Clark  lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataHenry Halboth22 Apr 2004, 21:283799w15296
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Joel Jacobs22 Apr 2004, 21:563976w15294
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Fred Hebard22 Apr 2004, 21:163019w15292
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson22 Apr 2004, 21:052766w15290
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed22 Apr 2004, 21:004908w15288
Re: How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Doug Royer22 Apr 2004, 19:513585w15286
Re:       Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew22 Apr 2004, 15:504834w15284
Re: 6x telescope does not fit AstraIIIb snugglyJim Thompson22 Apr 2004, 13:352611w15282
How does the AstraIIIb split mirror work?Jim Thompson22 Apr 2004, 13:253076w15280
History of marine navigationJim Thompson22 Apr 2004, 13:032752w15278
Re: Which Ship and Captain?Jim Thompson22 Apr 2004, 12:552584w15276
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac data HISTORY OFCELNAVJoel Jacobs22 Apr 2004, 11:315985w15274
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataRodney Myrvaagnes22 Apr 2004, 04:593667w15272
Which Ship and Captain?Gordon Talge22 Apr 2004, 04:072777w15270
Re:       Re: † † † Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Alma nac dataBruce Stark22 Apr 2004, 03:503318w15268
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataBruce Stark22 Apr 2004, 03:474126w15266
Re:       Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataDan Allen22 Apr 2004, 03:156949w15264
Lunar Distances: Graphic MethodsRobert Eno22 Apr 2004, 02:593067w15262
Re:Re:       Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataHenry Halboth22 Apr 2004, 02:354236w15260
Re:       Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataBruce Stark22 Apr 2004, 01:064651w15258
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew21 Apr 2004, 22:516600w15256
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFred Hebard21 Apr 2004, 22:133851w15254
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed21 Apr 2004, 21:434846w15252
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed21 Apr 2004, 21:335665w15250
Re: LunarsBruce Stark21 Apr 2004, 19:004529w15248
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKieran Kelly21 Apr 2004, 09:263901w15246
Lecture on Janet Taylor: first lady of navigation.George Huxtable20 Apr 2004, 18:504992w15244
Nautical Almanac altitude corr. changesBob Batten20 Apr 2004, 15:235178w15242
Expedition to document Sumner's confluence?Jim Thompson20 Apr 2004, 12:003478w15240
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew19 Apr 2004, 23:103738w15238
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew19 Apr 2004, 22:103758w15236
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew19 Apr 2004, 18:303266w15234
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew19 Apr 2004, 18:045664w15232
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFred Hebard19 Apr 2004, 15:543219w15230
Re: Error in Nautical Almanac Polaris SHA Feb-June?Bill Noyce19 Apr 2004, 12:572812w15228
RES: Dark Sky WeekJosé Otavio O. de Almeida19 Apr 2004, 12:0712996w15226
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed19 Apr 2004, 08:383281w15224
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataPaul Hirose19 Apr 2004, 06:504060w15222
Dark Sky WeekFrank Reed19 Apr 2004, 04:3710921w15220
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed19 Apr 2004, 04:063250w15218
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFred Hebard19 Apr 2004, 03:302331w15216
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFred Hebard19 Apr 2004, 03:265036w15214
Re: Error in Nautical Almanac Polaris SHA Feb-June?Trevor Kenchington17 Apr 2004, 22:175680w15212
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed18 Apr 2004, 23:308799w15210
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataGeorge Huxtable18 Apr 2004, 22:2311572w15208
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataGordon Talge18 Apr 2004, 21:144384w15206
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed18 Apr 2004, 17:119775w15204
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKieran Kelly18 Apr 2004, 11:597901w15202
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed18 Apr 2004, 01:4612472w15200
Re: Error in Nautical Almanac Polaris SHA Feb-June?Jim Thompson17 Apr 2004, 19:403791w15198
Re: Error in Nautical Almanac Polaris SHA Feb-June?Jim Thompson17 Apr 2004, 19:093577w15196
Re: 6x telescope does not fit AstraIIIb snugglyJim Thompson17 Apr 2004, 19:093992w15194
Re: Error in Nautical Almanac Polaris SHA Feb-June?Jared Sherman17 Apr 2004, 18:492828w15192
Re:       Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataBruce Stark17 Apr 2004, 16:243210w15190
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew17 Apr 2004, 15:183806w15188
Re: Error in Nautical Almanac Polaris SHA Feb-June?Pierre Boucher17 Apr 2004, 14:473580w15186
Re: Error in Nautical Almanac Polaris SHA Feb-June?Pierre Boucher17 Apr 2004, 14:423572w15184
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew17 Apr 2004, 14:254509w15182
Re: 6x telescope does not fit AstraIIIb snugglyJoel Jacobs17 Apr 2004, 11:173288w15180
Error in Nautical Almanac Polaris SHA Feb-June?Jim Thompson17 Apr 2004, 10:482618w15178
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed17 Apr 2004, 10:217732w15176
6x telescope does not fit AstraIIIb snugglyJim Thompson17 Apr 2004, 08:362694w15174
Re: Hagner Position FinderZvi Doron17 Apr 2004, 06:404482w15172
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew17 Apr 2004, 05:105088w15170
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataGeorge Huxtable16 Apr 2004, 23:045283w15168
Re: Hagner Position FinderZvi Doron16 Apr 2004, 21:144188w15166
Hagner Position FinderRobert Eno16 Apr 2004, 20:532898w15164
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataFrank Reed16 Apr 2004, 20:444820w15162
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataKen Muldrew16 Apr 2004, 19:103800w15160
Lewis and Clark lunars: more 1803 Almanac dataGeorge Huxtable16 Apr 2004, 16:335876w15158
Re: 1804 Almanac and Norie on the webFred Hebard16 Apr 2004, 03:393193w15156
Re: Silicon Sea: Leg 91Marty15 Apr 2004, 13:353306w15154
Re: 1804 Almanac and Norie on the webJim Thompson15 Apr 2004, 13:435679w15152
Silicon Sea: Leg 91Dan Hogan15 Apr 2004, 13:0111208w15150
Re: 1804 Almanac and Norie on the webFrank Reed14 Apr 2004, 02:082938w15148
1804 Almanac and Norie on the webFrank Reed14 Apr 2004, 01:353785w15146
Silicon Sea: Leg 90 ANSWERSDan Hogan13 Apr 2004, 13:033688w15144
Lewis and Clark lunars: 1803 Almabnac dataGeorge Huxtable12 Apr 2004, 18:014277w15142
Re:       Lewis and Clark lunars: 1803 Almabnac dataBruce Stark12 Apr 2004, 15:152923w15140
Lewis and Clark lunars: 1803 Almabnac dataGeorge Huxtable12 Apr 2004, 14:273234w15138
Lewis and Clark; the wandering MississippiGeorge Huxtable12 Apr 2004, 14:274234w15136
Re: L and C Group A Lunar!Jared Sherman12 Apr 2004, 01:512275w15134
Re: L and C Group A Lunar!George Huxtable11 Apr 2004, 23:184116w15132
L and C Group A Lunar!Mike Burkes11 Apr 2004, 17:164191w15130
Bounced Mail Navigation-LDan Hogan11 Apr 2004, 16:376057w15128
Re:       Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.Bruce Stark10 Apr 2004, 18:503191w15126
Re:       Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.Bruce Stark10 Apr 2004, 02:014187w15124
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.Arthur Pearson8 Apr 2004, 23:466055w15122
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.George Huxtable8 Apr 2004, 23:457333w15120
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.George Huxtable8 Apr 2004, 22:264920w15118
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.Frank Reed8 Apr 2004, 22:136343w15116
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.Ken Muldrew8 Apr 2004, 19:193127w15114
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.Frank Reed8 Apr 2004, 17:423629w15112
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.Geoffrey Kolbe8 Apr 2004, 15:562786w15110
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.Wolfgang Köberer8 Apr 2004, 07:222574w15108
Re: Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.Dan Allen8 Apr 2004, 01:152598w15106
Lewis and Clark lunars: a request for help.George Huxtable7 Apr 2004, 23:4022665w15104
Re: Star-star sights (part 2)Doug Royer7 Apr 2004, 00:3233500w15102
Star-star sights (part 1)Frank Reed7 Apr 2004, 00:0117239w15100
Star-star sights (part 2)Frank Reed7 Apr 2004, 00:0330879w15098
Re: Silicon Sea: Leg 90Paul Hirose6 Apr 2004, 23:303207w15096
Re: Listserver Mail ResponseRodney Myrvaagnes6 Apr 2004, 22:432877w15094
Re: Listserver Mail ResponseRodney Myrvaagnes6 Apr 2004, 22:392452w15092
Listserver Mail ResponseDan Hogan6 Apr 2004, 21:343141w15090
Re: 1906 BowditchDan Allen6 Apr 2004, 21:121979w15088
Listserv quirk, was Re: Polaris isn't so easy!Rodney Myrvaagnes6 Apr 2004, 21:205731w15086
Fw: Polaris isn't so easy!Joel Jacobs6 Apr 2004, 20:393834w15084
1906 BowditchDan Allen6 Apr 2004, 20:313395w15082
Re: Polaris isn't so easy!Frank Reed6 Apr 2004, 19:117841w15080
FW: Polaris isn't so easy!Doug Royer6 Apr 2004, 18:333606w15078
Re: LunarsHenry Halboth6 Apr 2004, 18:135878w15076
Re: Polaris isn't so easy!Jim Thompson6 Apr 2004, 11:283413w15072
(no subject)Jeffrey Brantley6 Apr 2004, 05:531741w15068
Download H.O. 229, H.O. 249Frank Reed6 Apr 2004, 02:553265w15066
Re: Home brewed lunar distancesFrank Reed6 Apr 2004, 02:4412053w15064
Re: The cocked hatJoel Jacobs5 Apr 2004, 17:208430w15062
Re: Polaris isn't so easy!Robert Eno5 Apr 2004, 16:512992w15060
Re: The cocked hatRobert Eno5 Apr 2004, 16:447192w15058
Polaris isn't so easy!Jim Thompson5 Apr 2004, 11:052830w15056
Re: Error in PLSteven Wepster5 Apr 2004, 09:272886w15054
Re: Sight Reduction method accuracyGeorge Huxtable5 Apr 2004, 08:596657w15052
Name [was: Re: Long Term almanac]Steven Wepster5 Apr 2004, 08:142558w15050
Re: The cocked hatGeorge Huxtable5 Apr 2004, 06:453271w15048
Home brewed lunar distancesHerbert Prinz5 Apr 2004, 06:183268w15046
Re: Sight Reduction method accuracyMike Boersma5 Apr 2004, 04:005942w15044
Re: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Joel Jacobs4 Apr 2004, 23:143298w15042
Re: The cocked hatJoel Jacobs4 Apr 2004, 22:225578w15040
Re: Sight Reduction method accuracyFrank Reed4 Apr 2004, 22:217349w15038
Re: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Jared Sherman4 Apr 2004, 21:092657w15036
Re: Sight Reduction method accuracyGeorge Huxtable4 Apr 2004, 20:502386w15034
Re: The cocked hatGeorge Huxtable4 Apr 2004, 20:504289w15032
Re: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Renee Mattie4 Apr 2004, 20:242990w15030
Re: Sight Reduction method accuracyHenry Halboth4 Apr 2004, 19:343880w15028
Re: The cocked hatJoel Jacobs4 Apr 2004, 19:028147w15026
Re: The cocked hatGeorge Huxtable4 Apr 2004, 16:096258w15024
Re: The cocked hatJoel Jacobs4 Apr 2004, 13:418516w15022
Re: The cocked hatJoel Jacobs4 Apr 2004, 13:378692w15020
Re: The cocked hatHenry Halboth4 Apr 2004, 05:157747w15018
The cocked hatRobert Eno4 Apr 2004, 03:075602w15016
Re: Continetal names, was: Round-the-globe almanacGeorge Huxtable3 Apr 2004, 17:112276w15012
Re: The cocked hat,again. Was: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Joel Jacobs3 Apr 2004, 12:587617w15010
The cocked hat, again. Was: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"George Huxtable3 Apr 2004, 09:236082w15008
First to AmericaGordon Talge3 Apr 2004, 04:152888w15006
Re: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Joel Jacobs2 Apr 2004, 23:104616w15004
Re: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Herbert Prinz2 Apr 2004, 19:553215w15002
Re: Long Term almanacHerbert Prinz2 Apr 2004, 15:002019w15000
Continetal names, was: Round-the-globe almanacTrevor Kenchington2 Apr 2004, 09:014383w14998
Re: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Joel Jacobs2 Apr 2004, 10:073507w14996
Re: Round-the-globe almanacGeorge Huxtable2 Apr 2004, 09:528170w14994
Re: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Herbert Prinz2 Apr 2004, 06:303036w14992
Re: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Rodney Myrvaagnes1 Apr 2004, 23:192774w14990
Re: Round-the-globe almanacHerbert Prinz1 Apr 2004, 23:034684w14988
Re: "100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Dave Weilacher1 Apr 2004, 22:213486w14986
"100 Problems in Celestial Navigation"Renee Mattie1 Apr 2004, 22:032782w14984
Re: Round-the-globe almanacDoug Royer1 Apr 2004, 22:029188w14982
Re: Round-the-globe almanacRon Roizen1 Apr 2004, 21:289388w14980
Re: Silicon Sea: Leg 90Renee Mattie1 Apr 2004, 21:042107w14978
Re: Round-the-globe almanacGeorge Huxtable1 Apr 2004, 20:508581w14976
Re: Round-the-globe almanacHerbert Prinz1 Apr 2004, 17:033921w14974
Re: Long Term almanacHerbert Prinz1 Apr 2004, 15:263316w14972
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Story of Sumner's line inventionJim Thompson1 Apr 2004, 10:352388w14968
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