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May, 2004

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Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeAntónio Canas8 May 2004, 10:07
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeAntónio Canas8 May 2004, 13:40
Re: Russian barographAubrey O´Callaghan7 May 2004, 13:16
Re: Index ErrorBill Noyce5 May 2004, 14:35
Re: Letcher's Lunars MathBill Noyce21 May 2004, 16:02
Re: Emergency sun declinationBill Noyce25 May 2004, 12:50
What is a "Rare Brass List Compass& Clinometer,Deflector"Brooke Clarke7 May 2004, 17:00
Re: Laser to the Moon, was: next lunar eclipseBrooke Clarke9 May 2004, 18:58
Re:       Re: Book suggestion, please.Bruce Stark1 May 2004, 01:02
Will be off the ListBruce Stark3 May 2004, 16:41
Re: Index ErrorBruce Stark20 May 2004, 22:37
Re:       Re: Index ErrorBruce Stark20 May 2004, 23:13
Lewis & ClarkBruce Stark25 May 2004, 22:49
Re:       Re: Lewis & ClarkBruce Stark26 May 2004, 19:57
Re:       Re: † † † Re: Lewis & ClarkBruce Stark26 May 2004, 21:58
Re:       David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueBruce Stark28 May 2004, 18:41
Lewis & ClarkBruce Stark28 May 2004, 19:12
Re:       David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueBruce Stark31 May 2004, 00:37
Re: Lewis & ClarkBruce Stark31 May 2004, 13:04
Re:       Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueBruce Stark31 May 2004, 19:03
Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueBruce Stark31 May 2004, 22:33
Re: HMS BountyCarl Herzog19 May 2004, 13:34
Re: political messages on Navigation-LCraig Scott7 May 2004, 02:40
Re: political messages on Navigation-LCraig Scott7 May 2004, 02:48
Re: Clearing Lunar Distances by trigonometryDan Allen15 May 2004, 22:30
Sine curve to approximate declinationDan Allen19 May 2004, 20:09
Declination worksheetDan Allen19 May 2004, 20:20
Re: Declination worksheetDan Allen20 May 2004, 00:04
Re: Book suggestion, please.Dan Hogan2 May 2004, 01:06
Silicon Sea: Leg 91Dan Hogan3 May 2004, 13:59
Re: political messages on Navigation-LDan Hogan7 May 2004, 12:54
Re-Issue of Leg 89Dan Hogan8 May 2004, 20:25
Silicon Sea Leg 90 ANSWERSDan Hogan12 May 2004, 13:54
Re: political messages on Navigation-LDave Weilacher6 May 2004, 20:43
Removal from ListDavid Martin31 May 2004, 19:53
Re: political messages on Navigation-LDoug Royer6 May 2004, 20:21
Re: political messages on Navigation-LDoug Royer6 May 2004, 21:53
Re: political messages on Navigation-LDoug Royer6 May 2004, 22:20
FW: Astra IIIB and prismDoug Royer17 May 2004, 16:18
HMS BountyDoug Royer17 May 2004, 19:07
Re: HMS BountyDoug Royer18 May 2004, 01:26
Re: HMS BountyDoug Royer18 May 2004, 17:53
Re: Emergency sun declinationDoug Royer20 May 2004, 20:48
Re: Emergency sun declinationDoug Royer20 May 2004, 23:46
Re: Emergency sun declinationDoug Royer21 May 2004, 22:28
Re: Emergency sun declinationDoug Royer21 May 2004, 23:18
Re: Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Doug Royer24 May 2004, 21:54
"The Bounty"Doug Royer27 May 2004, 17:27
"The Bounty II"Doug Royer28 May 2004, 01:09
Russian barographFederico Rossi7 May 2004, 12:16
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantFrank Reed3 May 2004, 00:14
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantFrank Reed3 May 2004, 20:43
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantFrank Reed3 May 2004, 21:02
Re: Easy LunarsFrank Reed3 May 2004, 22:16
Reading Nav-L messages and s*p&a*mFrank Reed3 May 2004, 22:30
Re: Easy LunarsFrank Reed4 May 2004, 02:42
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantFrank Reed4 May 2004, 02:53
Re: Index ErrorFrank Reed5 May 2004, 09:54
Political messages on Navigation-LFrank Reed6 May 2004, 19:09
Easy Lunars TYPO and an extra 10%Frank Reed6 May 2004, 19:42
Re: political messages on Navigation-LFrank Reed6 May 2004, 22:50
Re: Halley's lunars, back in 1698-1700Frank Reed6 May 2004, 23:26
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeFrank Reed9 May 2004, 17:30
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeFrank Reed9 May 2004, 17:42
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeFrank Reed9 May 2004, 17:51
Re: 1421 The year China discovered longitudeFrank Reed9 May 2004, 18:00
Re: next lunar eclipseFrank Reed9 May 2004, 18:14
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeFrank Reed9 May 2004, 18:19
Re: 1421 The year China discovered longitudeFrank Reed9 May 2004, 18:20
Re: Wharton & Field's Hydrographical SurveyingFrank Reed9 May 2004, 18:35
Longitude on the "Pilgrim" 1835 (Dana)Frank Reed9 May 2004, 20:18
Re: Laser to the Moon, was: next lunar eclipseFrank Reed9 May 2004, 20:51
Easy Lunars TYPO and an extra 10%Frank Reed9 May 2004, 21:43
Re: Wharton & Field's Hydrographical SurveyingFrank Reed10 May 2004, 20:12
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeFrank Reed10 May 2004, 22:48
Re: Venus transit June 8 and sextantsFrank Reed11 May 2004, 03:47
Re: Venus transit June 8 and sextantsFrank Reed11 May 2004, 05:10
Re: Venus transit June 8 and sextantsFrank Reed12 May 2004, 10:17
Re: Venus transit June 8 and sextantsFrank Reed12 May 2004, 20:16
Re: Venus transit June 8 and sextantsFrank Reed12 May 2004, 23:15
Re: VenusFrank Reed13 May 2004, 05:33
Re: Emergency sun declinationFrank Reed19 May 2004, 22:32
Re: Sine curve to approximate declinationFrank Reed19 May 2004, 22:58
Re: Declination worksheetFrank Reed19 May 2004, 22:58
Re: Sine curve to approximate declinationFrank Reed20 May 2004, 18:26
Re: Sine curve to approximate declinationFrank Reed20 May 2004, 18:28
Letcher's Lunars MathFrank Reed20 May 2004, 19:20
Re: Emergency sun declinationFrank Reed20 May 2004, 21:46
Re: political messages on Navigation-LFred Hebard7 May 2004, 03:53
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantFred Hebard7 May 2004, 04:51
Re: Index ErrorFred Hebard7 May 2004, 05:00
Re: Index ErrorFred Hebard7 May 2004, 20:19
Wharton & Field's Hydrographical SurveyingFred Hebard9 May 2004, 14:09
Re: Wharton & Field's Hydrographical SurveyingFred Hebard9 May 2004, 16:34
Re: Wharton & Field's Hydrographical SurveyingFred Hebard10 May 2004, 03:34
Re: Venus transit June 8 and sextantsFred Hebard12 May 2004, 13:29
Re: VenusFred Hebard13 May 2004, 01:47
Re: Lunar Distances - trigonometric clearingFred Hebard13 May 2004, 01:52
Re: HMS BountyFred Hebard18 May 2004, 22:20
Re: HMS BountyFred Hebard20 May 2004, 03:00
Re: Emergency sun declinationFred Hebard21 May 2004, 01:39
Re: Emergency sun declinationFred Hebard21 May 2004, 21:09
Re: Emergency sun declinationFred Hebard22 May 2004, 02:05
Re: Emergency sun declinationFred Hebard22 May 2004, 02:18
Re: Emergency sun declinationFred Hebard27 May 2004, 13:25
Re: Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Fred Hebard28 May 2004, 12:34
Re:       Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueFred Hebard31 May 2004, 19:23
Re: Sextant opticsGary Harkins2 May 2004, 13:15
Re: Index ErrorGary Harkins5 May 2004, 22:59
Re: Index ErrorGary Harkins5 May 2004, 23:05
Re: Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Gary Harkins24 May 2004, 22:29
Re: Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Gary Harkins28 May 2004, 20:53
Re: 1421 The year China discovered longitudeGeoffrey Kolbe9 May 2004, 09:34
Re: Easy LunarsGeorge Huxtable2 May 2004, 17:28
Re: Sextant opticsGeorge Huxtable4 May 2004, 20:09
Re: Index ErrorGeorge Huxtable5 May 2004, 16:46
Halley's lunars, back in 1698-1700George Huxtable5 May 2004, 16:46
Halley's lunars, back in 1698-1700 (corrected)George Huxtable5 May 2004, 18:34
Re: political messages on Navigation-LGeorge Huxtable6 May 2004, 22:33
Re: Halley's lunars, back in 1698-1700George Huxtable6 May 2004, 22:33
Re: Index ErrorGeorge Huxtable7 May 2004, 14:30
Re: Halley's lunars, back in 1698-1700George Huxtable7 May 2004, 21:09
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeGeorge Huxtable8 May 2004, 15:01
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeGeorge Huxtable9 May 2004, 12:13
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeGeorge Huxtable10 May 2004, 14:02
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeGeorge Huxtable10 May 2004, 22:44
Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...George Huxtable12 May 2004, 16:03
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...George Huxtable12 May 2004, 22:20
Re: Venus transit June 8 and sextantsGeorge Huxtable12 May 2004, 22:20
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...George Huxtable13 May 2004, 10:36
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...George Huxtable13 May 2004, 21:07
Re: Telescope danger to sight.George Huxtable14 May 2004, 20:26
Re: Telescope danger to sight.(apology)George Huxtable15 May 2004, 13:40
Re: HMS BountyGeorge Huxtable18 May 2004, 21:44
Re: HMS Bounty chronometerGeorge Huxtable19 May 2004, 10:07
Re: Sine curve to approximate declinationGeorge Huxtable20 May 2004, 09:46
Re: Sine curve to approximate declinationGeorge Huxtable20 May 2004, 21:03
Re: Letcher's Lunars MathGeorge Huxtable21 May 2004, 15:52
Seeing stars and planets in the daytime.George Huxtable28 May 2004, 23:19
Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueGeorge Huxtable29 May 2004, 21:41
Re: Lewis & ClarkGeorge Huxtable29 May 2004, 21:41
Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueGeorge Huxtable31 May 2004, 21:59
Re: political messages on Navigation-LGordon Talge7 May 2004, 03:57
Lunar Distances - trigonometric clearingHenry Halboth13 May 2004, 01:05
Re: Lunar Distances - trigonometric clearingHenry Halboth13 May 2004, 01:17
Clearing Lunar Distances by trigonometryHenry Halboth13 May 2004, 03:10
Re: Lunar Distances - trigonometric clearingHenry Halboth13 May 2004, 03:31
Re: HMS BountyHenry Halboth19 May 2004, 18:58
Re: Emergency sun declinationHenry Halboth22 May 2004, 20:19
Re: Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Henry Halboth28 May 2004, 17:00
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Jared Sherman12 May 2004, 18:15
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Jared Sherman13 May 2004, 00:28
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Jared Sherman13 May 2004, 14:44
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Jared Sherman13 May 2004, 22:34
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Jared Sherman19 May 2004, 21:38
Re: Hlep on Digital ChartsJim Theriot3 May 2004, 05:44
Sextant opticsJim Thompson2 May 2004, 11:02
Apollo spacecraft sextantJim Thompson2 May 2004, 11:47
Re: Sextant opticsJim Thompson2 May 2004, 13:58
Re: Sextant opticsJim Thompson4 May 2004, 13:45
Venus transit June 8 and sextantsJim Thompson9 May 2004, 22:23
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Jim Thompson13 May 2004, 10:00
Re: Lunar Distances - trigonometric clearingJim Thompson13 May 2004, 10:00
Re: Telescope danger to sight.Jim Thompson14 May 2004, 10:58
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Jim Thompson14 May 2004, 10:58
Re: Telescope danger to sight.Jim Thompson14 May 2004, 19:48
Sextant tripodJim Thompson16 May 2004, 10:47
Emergency sun declinationJim Thompson19 May 2004, 21:37
Re: Emergency sun declinationJim Thompson22 May 2004, 14:53
Re: Emergency sun declinationJim Thompson24 May 2004, 21:25
Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Jim Thompson24 May 2004, 21:30
Re: Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Jim Thompson24 May 2004, 22:27
Re: Emergency sun declinationJim Thompson24 May 2004, 23:02
Re: Emergency sun declinationJim Thompson26 May 2004, 00:14
Re: Seeing stars and planets in the daytime.Jim Thompson29 May 2004, 19:51
Re: Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Jim Thompson29 May 2004, 20:06
Re: Sextant opticsJoel Jacobs2 May 2004, 16:44
Re: Sextant opticsJoel Jacobs5 May 2004, 10:59
Re: political messages on Navigation-LJoel Jacobs7 May 2004, 12:53
Re: What is a "Rare Brass List Compass& Clinometer,Deflector"Joel Jacobs7 May 2004, 19:53
Re: FW: Astra IIIB and prismJoel Jacobs18 May 2004, 05:28
Re: Lunar Distances - trigonometric clearingJohn Brenneise13 May 2004, 05:37
Re: Sextant opticsKen Gebhart4 May 2004, 02:25
Re: Sextant opticsKen Gebhart4 May 2004, 22:11
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Ken Gebhart12 May 2004, 22:48
Re: Telescope danger to sight.Ken Gebhart14 May 2004, 15:54
Re: Emergency sun declinationKen Gebhart20 May 2004, 02:25
Re: Emergency sun declinationKen Gebhart21 May 2004, 03:15
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantKen James3 May 2004, 22:00
Re: Easy LunarsKen Muldrew3 May 2004, 23:14
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantKen Muldrew4 May 2004, 01:53
Re: Sextant opticsKen Muldrew4 May 2004, 16:28
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Ken Muldrew12 May 2004, 23:10
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Ken Muldrew13 May 2004, 17:30
Re: Lewis & ClarkKen Muldrew26 May 2004, 17:21
Re:       Re: Lewis & ClarkKen Muldrew26 May 2004, 20:53
David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueKen Muldrew28 May 2004, 17:35
Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueKen Muldrew28 May 2004, 19:31
Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueKen Muldrew31 May 2004, 16:54
Re:       David Thompson's Navi gational TechniqueKen Muldrew31 May 2004, 17:10
Re:       Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueKen Muldrew31 May 2004, 20:11
Re:       Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueKen Muldrew31 May 2004, 21:34
1491 The year China discovered longitudeKieran Kelly8 May 2004, 04:17
Re: 1421 The year China discovered longitudeKieran Kelly9 May 2004, 01:18
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Kieran Kelly14 May 2004, 08:52
Very unusual sextantKieran Kelly20 May 2004, 07:17
Re: Index ErrorMarc Bernstein5 May 2004, 12:47
Re: Index ErrorMarty5 May 2004, 10:23
Re:       Re: David Thompson's Navigational TechniqueMike Burkes31 May 2004, 23:49
Venus on the MeridianN S Gurnell29 May 2004, 00:33
Re: Hlep on Digital ChartsOlivier Le Diouris3 May 2004, 16:58
Re: Sextant opticsPaul Hirose5 May 2004, 20:50
Re: HMS Bounty chronometerPaul Hirose19 May 2004, 05:08
Re: Lewis & ClarkPaul Hirose30 May 2004, 21:18
Re: Book suggestion, please.Peter Smith1 May 2004, 22:57
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudePhilip Bailey8 May 2004, 13:02
Voice of America Program on Navigation (Eleanor Cressy vs. GPS)Richard B. Langley6 May 2004, 02:42
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeRichard B. Langley8 May 2004, 14:44
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Richard B. Langley13 May 2004, 15:15
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantRobert Eno3 May 2004, 12:27
Index ErrorRobert Eno5 May 2004, 01:38
Re: Index ErrorRobert Eno5 May 2004, 08:57
Re: Index ErrorRobert Eno5 May 2004, 10:01
Re: political messages on Navigation-LRobert Eno6 May 2004, 16:25
Re: Index ErrorRobert Eno7 May 2004, 14:54
C.Plath SextantsRobert Eno8 May 2004, 18:15
Re: Wharton & Field's Hydrographical SurveyingRobert Eno9 May 2004, 20:52
Re: Venus transit June 8 and sextantsRobert Eno11 May 2004, 23:56
Re: Venus transit June 8 and sextantsRobert Eno12 May 2004, 13:28
VenusRobert Eno13 May 2004, 00:41
Re: Telescope danger to sight.Robert Eno14 May 2004, 14:37
Re: HMS BountyRobert Eno18 May 2004, 00:31
Re: HMS BountyRobert Eno18 May 2004, 08:48
Re: HMS BountyRobert Eno19 May 2004, 01:47
Re: Emergency sun declinationRobert Eno20 May 2004, 02:38
UTM to Lat LongRobert Eno22 May 2004, 20:27
Re: "The Bounty II"Robert Eno28 May 2004, 03:26
Re: Sextant opticsRodney Myrvaagnes5 May 2004, 04:18
Re: Halley's lunars, back in 1698-1700Rodney Myrvaagnes5 May 2004, 18:45
Re: Telescope danger to sight. Was: Venus transit ...Rodney Myrvaagnes13 May 2004, 04:35
Re: What is a "Rare Brass List Compass& Clinometer,Deflector"RS Peterson7 May 2004, 21:32
Re: UTM to Lat LongSam Critchley22 May 2004, 22:30
Re: UTM to Lat LongSam Critchley22 May 2004, 22:41
Next lunar eclipseTed Gerrard9 May 2004, 11:15
Re: Telescope danger to sight.Ted Gerrard14 May 2004, 16:53
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantTrevor Kenchington2 May 2004, 22:23
Re: Index ErrorTrevor Kenchington7 May 2004, 12:52
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeTrevor Kenchington8 May 2004, 10:38
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeTrevor Kenchington8 May 2004, 12:27
Re: 1421 The year China discovered longitudeTrevor Kenchington8 May 2004, 23:30
Re: 1421 The year China discovered longitudeTrevor Kenchington9 May 2004, 09:19
Re: 1491 The year China discovered longitudeTrevor Kenchington9 May 2004, 22:35
Re: Sine curve to approximate declinationTrevor Kenchington19 May 2004, 21:13
Re: Emergency sun declinationTrevor Kenchington21 May 2004, 21:49
Re: Apollo spacecraft sextantTrevor Kenchington23 May 2004, 09:58
Re: Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Trevor Kenchington28 May 2004, 08:55
Re: Faint stars easier to find on the horizon first?Trevor Kenchington28 May 2004, 15:16
Re: HMS BountyWilliam Allen19 May 2004, 16:38
Re: Halley's lunars, back in 1698-1700Wolfgang Köberer6 May 2004, 18:26
Re: political messages on Navigation-LWolfgang Köberer7 May 2004, 08:26
Re: Wharton & Field's Hydrographical SurveyingWolfgang Köberer10 May 2004, 12:27
Re: VenusWolfgang Köberer13 May 2004, 16:21
Re: Sine curve to approximate declinationWolfgang Köberer21 May 2004, 14:56

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