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November, 2004

Index includes 477 messages. Sorted by message ID, in descending order.
SubjectAuthorDate (UT)SizeID
Re: Moon Occultation of JupiterGeorge Huxtable30 Nov 2004, 23:572622w20396
Re: Moon Occultation of JupiterDave Weilacher30 Nov 2004, 21:015555w20394
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsGeorge Huxtable30 Nov 2004, 21:014473w20392
Re: Moon Occultation of JupiterGeorge Huxtable30 Nov 2004, 21:015009w20390
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsGeorge Huxtable30 Nov 2004, 19:189088w20388
Moon Occultation of JupiterDavid Edwards30 Nov 2004, 18:148621w20386
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsOmar Reis30 Nov 2004, 13:303951w20384
Re: Long-range airplane navigationJim Thompson30 Nov 2004, 13:153464w20382
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsMichael Dorl29 Nov 2004, 20:463426w20380
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsMichael Dorl29 Nov 2004, 20:364600w20378
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko29 Nov 2004, 18:223105w20376
Re: Navigation-L Digest - 21 Nov 2004 To 28 Nov 2004 (#2004-55)Alexandre Eremenko29 Nov 2004, 17:553047w20374
Re: Long-range airplane navigationCliff Sojourner29 Nov 2004, 17:552031w20372
Re: Navigation-L Digest - 21 Nov 2004 To 28 Nov 2004 (#2004-55)Omar Reis29 Nov 2004, 17:173105w20370
Re: Navigation-L Digest - 21 Nov 2004 To 28 Nov 2004 (#2004-55)John Kennedy29 Nov 2004, 15:222793w20368
Re: IrradiationGeorge Huxtable29 Nov 2004, 10:494661w20366
Re: Long-range airplane navigationGennaro Sammarco29 Nov 2004, 08:393404w20364
Re: IrradiationAlexandre Eremenko29 Nov 2004, 06:274246w20362
Re: Long-range airplane navigationKen Gebhart29 Nov 2004, 04:266566w20360
Re: IrradiationBill B29 Nov 2004, 03:094005w20358
Re: IrradiationBill B29 Nov 2004, 02:353419w20356
Re: IrradiationRobert Gainer29 Nov 2004, 00:5910162w20354
Re: IrradiationTrevor Kenchington29 Nov 2004, 00:474551w20352
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Trevor Kenchington27 Nov 2004, 02:222798w20350
Re: IrradiationGeorge Huxtable29 Nov 2004, 00:248684w20348
Re: IrradiationBill B28 Nov 2004, 21:512627w20346
Re: IrradiationBill B28 Nov 2004, 21:292932w20344
Re: IrradiationBill B28 Nov 2004, 21:132370w20342
Re: IrradiationMarvin Sebourn28 Nov 2004, 21:073735w20340
Re: IrradiationBill B28 Nov 2004, 20:593188w20338
Re: IrradiationAlexandre Eremenko28 Nov 2004, 20:554682w20336
Re: IrradiationMarvin Sebourn28 Nov 2004, 20:367918w20334
IrradiationAlexandre Eremenko28 Nov 2004, 20:173024w20332
Re: Long-range airplane navigationGennaro Sammarco28 Nov 2004, 18:205140w20330
"Got your Book"Bruce Stark28 Nov 2004, 18:165101w20328
Re: Long-range airplane navigationGlendon28 Nov 2004, 01:513863w20326
Re: DipGeorge Huxtable28 Nov 2004, 00:463297w20324
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsGeorge Huxtable28 Nov 2004, 00:356105w20322
Re: DipDan Allen28 Nov 2004, 00:133513w20320
DipAlexandre Eremenko27 Nov 2004, 23:413177w20318
Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsOmar Reis27 Nov 2004, 11:113076w20316
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko27 Nov 2004, 01:032642w20314
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Trevor Kenchington26 Nov 2004, 20:183312w20312
Re: Navigational reinventionTrevor Kenchington26 Nov 2004, 20:104656w20310
Re: Navigational reinventionJared Sherman26 Nov 2004, 18:573089w20308
Re: Long-range airplane navigationBrooke Clarke26 Nov 2004, 18:553479w20306
Re: Long-range airplane navigationRenee Mattie26 Nov 2004, 17:493183w20304
Re: Long-range airplane navigationGennaro Sammarco26 Nov 2004, 17:373451w20302
Re: Navigational reinventionTrevor Kenchington25 Nov 2004, 22:585711w20300
Re: Long-range airplane navigationAlexandre Eremenko26 Nov 2004, 02:412829w20298
Re: Wires, back sights and collimationAlexandre Eremenko26 Nov 2004, 02:363403w20296
Long-range airplane navigationFred Hebard26 Nov 2004, 02:332253w20294
Anchor story.George Huxtable26 Nov 2004, 00:302513w20292
Re: Wires, back sights and collimationGeorge Huxtable26 Nov 2004, 00:304815w20290
Navigational reinventionPeter Fogg25 Nov 2004, 22:0632012w20288
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterTrevor Kenchington23 Nov 2004, 02:593566w20286
Radar and Naval Gunnery, was: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterTrevor Kenchington24 Nov 2004, 03:307605w20284
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 19:232845w20282
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 19:213968w20280
Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 18:574673w20278
Wires, back sights and collimationAlexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 18:126568w20276
Re: Navigating ProjectilesAlexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 15:055106w20274
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 14:052978w20272
Re: Navigating ProjectilesMike Boersma24 Nov 2004, 04:355187w20270
Navigating ProjectilesCharles Seitz24 Nov 2004, 03:044687w20268
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterFred Hebard23 Nov 2004, 18:432049w20266
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterChuck Taylor23 Nov 2004, 18:014218w20264
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 16:323847w20262
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterJared Sherman23 Nov 2004, 16:072565w20260
Re: Nevil Maskelyne.Aubrey O´Callaghan23 Nov 2004, 08:5210815w20258
Re: Dip measurement.Alexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 06:025697w20256
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 05:083159w20254
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterFred Hebard23 Nov 2004, 03:522089w20252
Re: Dip measurement.Fred Hebard23 Nov 2004, 03:222388w20250
Re: Dip measurement.Alexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 00:574288w20248
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 00:263790w20246
Dip measurement.George Huxtable23 Nov 2004, 00:366338w20244
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterTrevor Kenchington22 Nov 2004, 02:126327w20242
Re: Bowditch octantJared Sherman22 Nov 2004, 18:433822w20240
Re: Northeast passage.Paul Bryans22 Nov 2004, 18:352202w20238
Re: ConstellationsBill Noyce22 Nov 2004, 16:283617w20236
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko22 Nov 2004, 16:063352w20234
Re: ConstellationsJohn Kabel22 Nov 2004, 16:042692w20232
Re: Northeast passage. was:Polar Possessions of the SU.Alexandre Eremenko22 Nov 2004, 15:593286w20230
ConstellationsMichael Dorl22 Nov 2004, 15:433290w20228
Re: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko22 Nov 2004, 15:402690w20226
Re: Bowditch octantOmar Reis22 Nov 2004, 11:553097w20224
Dip measurement : was Index corr., Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 11:174651w20222
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 08:525006w20220
Re: Northeast passage. was:Polar Possessions of the SU.Jared Sherman22 Nov 2004, 01:022625w20218
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterJared Sherman22 Nov 2004, 01:002922w20216
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 00:2310986w20214
Re: Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 00:234921w20212
Re: Northeast passage. was:Polar Possessions of the SU.George Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 00:233687w20210
Re: Index corr. for back sights, was: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko21 Nov 2004, 17:163284w20208
Re: Bowditch octantAlexandre Eremenko21 Nov 2004, 17:052700w20206
Re: Index corr. for back sights, was: Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable21 Nov 2004, 17:059990w20204
Re: Bowditch octantGeorge Huxtable21 Nov 2004, 17:052523w20202
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko21 Nov 2004, 03:304233w20200
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterJared Sherman21 Nov 2004, 02:433870w20198
Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko21 Nov 2004, 01:104225w20196
Re: SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Joel Jacobs20 Nov 2004, 22:599984w20194
Re: SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Joel Jacobs20 Nov 2004, 22:548954w20192
Index corr. for back sightsAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 20:163176w20190
Index corr. for back sights, was: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 16:333529w20188
Re: Index correction, was: Got your book, Bruce StarkFred Hebard20 Nov 2004, 16:203291w20186
Re: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 15:282870w20184
Re: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 15:215452w20182
Re: Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable20 Nov 2004, 11:315974w20180
Re: Index correction, was: Got your book, Bruce StarkTrevor Kenchington19 Nov 2004, 16:503154w20178
Re: Nautical Mile, was: Why is a sextant like it is?Trevor Kenchington19 Nov 2004, 04:525662w20176
Re: Bowditch octantAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 01:083401w20174
Re: Got your book, Bruce StarkFred Hebard20 Nov 2004, 01:032677w20172
Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 00:533516w20170
Re: Bowditch octantAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 00:302605w20168
Re: Bowditch octantAlexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 23:596212w20166
Re: SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 22:414159w20164
Re: SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Joel Jacobs19 Nov 2004, 21:475123w20162
Re: Unusual scopeJoel Jacobs19 Nov 2004, 21:413666w20160
Unusual ScopeAndrew Corl19 Nov 2004, 19:234294w20158
Bowditch octantOmar Reis19 Nov 2004, 17:192168w20156
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemChuck Taylor19 Nov 2004, 17:063951w20154
Excel functions for DMS - decimal conversion - second tryMichael Dorl19 Nov 2004, 16:474822w20152
Unusual scopeAlexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 16:112569w20150
Index correction, was: Got your book, Bruce StarkAlexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 16:073314w20148
Bubble Sextant RepairBob AB19 Nov 2004, 14:406482w20146
Got your book, Bruce StarkJim Thompson19 Nov 2004, 13:503009w20144
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemMichael Dorl19 Nov 2004, 13:485718w20142
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Gary LaPook19 Nov 2004, 10:193729w20140
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Gary LaPook19 Nov 2004, 10:043710w20138
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemGeorge Huxtable19 Nov 2004, 10:154942w20136
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Bill B19 Nov 2004, 04:582607w20134
Re: Correction. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Bill B19 Nov 2004, 04:263138w20132
Re: Nautical Mile, was: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 03:132997w20130
Correction. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 03:042584w20128
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemCliff Sojourner19 Nov 2004, 01:482405w20126
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?George Huxtable19 Nov 2004, 01:252861w20124
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemGeorge Huxtable19 Nov 2004, 01:252966w20122
Nautical Mile, was: Why is a sextant like it is?Trevor Kenchington18 Nov 2004, 23:304350w20120
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Derrick Young18 Nov 2004, 22:033118w20118
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Bill B18 Nov 2004, 21:433735w20116
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Henry Halboth18 Nov 2004, 21:055522w20114
SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 20:333204w20112
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemAlexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 20:123017w20110
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 19:514402w20108
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemFrank Reed18 Nov 2004, 19:294678w20102
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Jared Sherman18 Nov 2004, 18:453129w20100
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemChuck Taylor18 Nov 2004, 16:192849w20098
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Chuck Taylor18 Nov 2004, 16:072555w20096
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Robert Gainer18 Nov 2004, 17:453203w20094
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemAlexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 16:134509w20092
Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimal systemMichael Dorl18 Nov 2004, 15:283708w20090
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Bill B18 Nov 2004, 05:372124w20088
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 05:092840w20086
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Gary LaPook18 Nov 2004, 04:324780w20084
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Trevor Kenchington18 Nov 2004, 00:383604w20082
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko17 Nov 2004, 20:334330w20080
Re: 3 Lop'sGeorge Huxtable17 Nov 2004, 19:544740w20078
Why is a sextant like it is?George Huxtable17 Nov 2004, 19:543984w20076
Re: Dip of the horizonAlexandre Eremenko17 Nov 2004, 15:473540w20074
Re: Dip of the horizonGeorge Huxtable16 Nov 2004, 21:3410693w20072
Re: To Frank ReedAlexandre Eremenko16 Nov 2004, 02:212588w20070
Re: To Frank ReedFrank Reed16 Nov 2004, 02:142611w20068
Re: Dip of the horizonAlexandre Eremenko16 Nov 2004, 02:123384w20066
Re: Dip of the horizonFred Hebard16 Nov 2004, 01:442865w20064
Dip of the horizonAlexandre Eremenko16 Nov 2004, 01:083902w20062
Re: 3 Lop'sBill Noyce15 Nov 2004, 16:513151w20060
Re: 3 Lop'sJoel Jacobs15 Nov 2004, 16:295231w20058
To Frank ReedAlexandre Eremenko15 Nov 2004, 16:152829w20056
Re: 3 Lop'sGeoffrey Kolbe15 Nov 2004, 02:522448w20054
Re: 3 Lop'sFrank Reed15 Nov 2004, 06:312773w20052
Re: 3 Lop'sFrank Reed15 Nov 2004, 06:293898w20050
Re: 3 Lop'sFrank Reed15 Nov 2004, 06:228590w20048
Re: 3 Lop'sFred Hebard15 Nov 2004, 05:272218w20046
Re: 3 Lop'sAlexandre Eremenko15 Nov 2004, 05:152618w20044
Re: 3 Lop'sPeter Fogg15 Nov 2004, 04:352166w20042
Re: 3 Lop'sPeter Fogg15 Nov 2004, 04:252615w20040
Re: 3 Lop'sFred Hebard15 Nov 2004, 04:213055w20038
3 Lop'sAlexandre Eremenko15 Nov 2004, 04:014214w20036
Re: Refraction questionBill B14 Nov 2004, 22:492262w20034
Re: George's testFred Hebard14 Nov 2004, 17:414194w20032
Re: George's testAlexandre Eremenko14 Nov 2004, 16:353901w20030
Re: Refraction questionAlexandre Eremenko14 Nov 2004, 03:342586w20028
Re: Refraction questionAlexandre Eremenko14 Nov 2004, 03:252684w20026
Re: Refraction questionFred Hebard14 Nov 2004, 02:383825w20024
Re: Digital ClockTrevor Kenchington13 Nov 2004, 20:322866w20022
Re: Digital ClockFrank Reed14 Nov 2004, 00:562678w20020
Re: Refraction questionFrank Reed14 Nov 2004, 00:534747w20018
Re: George's testFred Hebard14 Nov 2004, 00:273979w20016
Refraction questionAlexandre Eremenko13 Nov 2004, 23:322868w20014
Re: George's testAlexandre Eremenko13 Nov 2004, 23:244588w20012
Re: Digital ClockJim Thompson13 Nov 2004, 22:442952w20010
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs13 Nov 2004, 18:1310153w20008
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs13 Nov 2004, 18:068770w20006
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs13 Nov 2004, 18:006930w20004
Re: Digital ClockJared Sherman13 Nov 2004, 17:552740w20002
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is Handlesmarine?Wolfgang Köberer13 Nov 2004, 17:5225571w20000
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Wolfgang Köberer13 Nov 2004, 17:508666w19998
Re: Digital ClockCraig Scott13 Nov 2004, 17:452694w19996
Merchant Marine In German Is:Wolfgang Köberer13 Nov 2004, 17:433270w19994
Re: Digital ClockCharles Seitz13 Nov 2004, 17:222767w19992
Re: George's testFred Hebard13 Nov 2004, 16:244766w19990
Re: Digital ClockMichael Dorl13 Nov 2004, 13:513304w19988
Re: Digital ClockJim Thompson13 Nov 2004, 11:102486w19986
TestCraig Scott13 Nov 2004, 07:202065w19984
Re: What time is it?Trevor Kenchington13 Nov 2004, 02:403593w19982
Re: Digital ClockTrevor Kenchington13 Nov 2004, 02:322512w19980
Digital ClockPeter Fogg13 Nov 2004, 00:132076w19978
George's testAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 23:064683w19976
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is Handlesmarine?Jared Sherman12 Nov 2004, 19:342738w19974
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is Handlesmarine?Joel Jacobs12 Nov 2004, 19:0512770w19972
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs12 Nov 2004, 18:485474w19970
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Jared Sherman12 Nov 2004, 18:104005w19968
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Henry Halboth12 Nov 2004, 17:463896w19966
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Wolfgang Köberer12 Nov 2004, 16:312981w19964
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Henry Halboth12 Nov 2004, 16:032377w19962
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 15:473515w19960
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Alexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 15:252770w19958
Re: What time is it?Peter Smith12 Nov 2004, 14:103337w19956
Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs12 Nov 2004, 13:352708w19954
Re: SNO sextantsGlendon12 Nov 2004, 09:022680w19952
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 04:333865w19950
Re: SNO sextantsCourtney Thomas12 Nov 2004, 05:262775w19948
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 03:232627w19946
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 03:193568w19944
Re: What time is it?Trevor Kenchington11 Nov 2004, 15:293455w19942
Re: SNO sextantsCourtney Thomas12 Nov 2004, 01:203257w19940
Re: SNO sextantsJoel Jacobs11 Nov 2004, 23:505857w19938
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 22:423426w19936
Re: SNO sextantsJoel Jacobs11 Nov 2004, 15:369287w19934
Re: Changing e-mail addressDan Hogan11 Nov 2004, 15:182868w19932
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 15:034864w19930
Re: What time is it?Peter Smith11 Nov 2004, 14:573332w19928
Re: SNO sextantsCourtney Thomas11 Nov 2004, 14:363794w19926
Re: SNO sextantsJoel Jacobs11 Nov 2004, 11:505898w19924
Re: SNO sextantsJoel Jacobs11 Nov 2004, 11:458479w19922
Re: SNO sextantsGlendon11 Nov 2004, 07:403652w19920
Re: SNO sextantsJared Sherman11 Nov 2004, 05:352770w19918
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 04:233491w19916
Re: SNO sextantsGlendon11 Nov 2004, 03:474514w19914
Changing e-mail addressGordon Talge11 Nov 2004, 03:051855w19912
SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 02:364030w19910
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Jared Sherman11 Nov 2004, 02:042796w19908
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 00:363139w19906
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 00:113481w19904
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Bill B10 Nov 2004, 23:382209w19902
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs10 Nov 2004, 23:349616w19900
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 23:064675w19898
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs10 Nov 2004, 21:597536w19896
Re: Another time zone oddity [long]Frederick Noon10 Nov 2004, 19:322452w19894
Re: What time is it?Trevor Kenchington10 Nov 2004, 14:154332w19892
Re: What time is it?Trevor Kenchington10 Nov 2004, 14:364469w19890
Bris sextant questionsAlexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 19:083399w19888
Apologies. Was: eBay SEXTANT?Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 18:483400w19886
Re: Another time zone oddity [long]Ron Roizen10 Nov 2004, 17:027390w19884
Re: Combo water and bushwacking questionKen Muldrew10 Nov 2004, 16:474670w19882
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 15:443379w19880
Precomputed lunar distancesSteven Wepster10 Nov 2004, 11:042797w19878
Re: What time is it?Jim Thompson10 Nov 2004, 10:353800w19876
Re: What time is it?Jim Thompson10 Nov 2004, 10:243385w19874
Precomputed lunar distancesSteven Wepster10 Nov 2004, 11:042015w19872
Re: What time is it?Paul Bryans10 Nov 2004, 09:336791w19870
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs10 Nov 2004, 09:026862w19868
Another time zone oddity [long]Dan Allen10 Nov 2004, 05:405570w19866
Re: What time is it?Richard B. Langley10 Nov 2004, 03:545612w19864
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Fred Hebard10 Nov 2004, 03:382599w19862
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 03:052809w19860
Combo water and bushwacking questionBill B10 Nov 2004, 03:022254w19858
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Bill B10 Nov 2004, 02:552259w19856
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 02:443043w19854
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Fred Hebard10 Nov 2004, 02:352233w19852
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 01:444583w19850
Re: What time is it?Bill B9 Nov 2004, 23:462988w19848
Re: What time is it?Derrick Young9 Nov 2004, 23:245928w19846
Re: What time is it?Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 23:052337w19844
Re: What time is it?Bill B9 Nov 2004, 22:533196w19842
Time IIDoug Royer9 Nov 2004, 22:382375w19840
Re: What time is it?Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 22:194978w19838
Re: TimeJared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 22:163993w19836
Re: What time is it?Carl Herzog9 Nov 2004, 22:204377w19834
TimeDoug Royer9 Nov 2004, 22:002773w19832
Re: What time is it?Bill B9 Nov 2004, 21:474235w19830
Re: What time is it?Brooke Clarke9 Nov 2004, 21:172928w19828
Re: What time is it?Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 21:093676w19826
Re: What time is it?Alexandre Eremenko9 Nov 2004, 20:573079w19824
Re: What time is it?Bill Noyce9 Nov 2004, 20:553446w19822
What time is it?Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 20:472591w19820
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko9 Nov 2004, 18:162891w19818
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs9 Nov 2004, 17:212576w19816
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs9 Nov 2004, 17:192763w19814
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 17:002600w19812
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Fred Hebard9 Nov 2004, 16:182557w19810
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko9 Nov 2004, 16:132909w19808
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko9 Nov 2004, 14:363048w19806
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs9 Nov 2004, 14:272506w19804
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Courtney Thomas9 Nov 2004, 15:222595w19802
R: Ebay Sextant?????????Federico Rossi9 Nov 2004, 13:542905w19800
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Fred Hebard9 Nov 2004, 13:472216w19798
R: Ebay Sextant?????????Federico Rossi9 Nov 2004, 13:352850w19796
Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs9 Nov 2004, 13:271909w19794
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingBill B9 Nov 2004, 05:284494w19792
Re: Lanolin, was TallowGlendon9 Nov 2004, 03:444463w19790
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed9 Nov 2004, 03:232985w19788
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingTrevor Kenchington8 Nov 2004, 22:113816w19786
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayTrevor Kenchington8 Nov 2004, 22:013644w19784
Re: Polar lights Monday night/Marvin Sebourn9 Nov 2004, 02:022963w19782
Re: Lanolin, was TallowPeter Fogg9 Nov 2004, 01:513979w19780
Re: message for Dan HoganDan Hogan9 Nov 2004, 00:062409w19778
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 21:393341w19776
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayKen James8 Nov 2004, 21:322710w19774
Re: Bris accuracy? 1Alexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 21:252583w19772
Bris accuracy? 1Doug Royer8 Nov 2004, 21:093187w19770
Re: Polar lightsFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 20:262617w19768
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 20:203131w19766
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayTrevor Kenchington7 Nov 2004, 12:017151w19764
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingTrevor Kenchington8 Nov 2004, 01:214960w19762
Re: Polar lightsMichael Dorl8 Nov 2004, 19:493274w19760
Re: Polar lightsMarvin Sebourn8 Nov 2004, 19:327123w19758
Re: Bris accuracy?Alexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 19:034063w19756
Re: Polar lightsAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 18:503342w19754
Bris accuracy?Doug Royer8 Nov 2004, 18:493583w19752
Re: Polar lightsAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 18:433097w19750
Re: Polar lightsMike Boersma8 Nov 2004, 18:202784w19748
Re: Polar lightsMarvin Sebourn8 Nov 2004, 18:144851w19746
Polar lightsAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 17:482824w19744
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingChuck Taylor8 Nov 2004, 16:522255w19742
Message for Dan HoganMarc Bernstein8 Nov 2004, 15:451994w19740
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingMichael Dorl8 Nov 2004, 13:564773w19738
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingRobert Gainer8 Nov 2004, 13:113895w19736
Re: Poly Nesia: So Many Islands...Frank Reed8 Nov 2004, 07:022668w19734
Re: CelNav without sextantsFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 06:578228w19732
Re: Poly Nesia: So Many Islands...Alexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 06:562390w19730
Poly Nesia: So Many Islands...Frank Reed8 Nov 2004, 06:313898w19728
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 06:242508w19726
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 06:162706w19724
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 05:522841w19722
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 05:284913w19720
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 05:142940w19718
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 05:104566w19716
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingCraig Scott8 Nov 2004, 04:132362w19714
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 03:382444w19712
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 03:464489w19710
Re: CelNav without sextantsFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 03:369814w19708
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 03:142769w19706
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 03:073709w19704
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingPeter Fogg8 Nov 2004, 02:073514w19702
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFred Hebard8 Nov 2004, 01:513049w19700
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 00:423459w19698
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingGeoffrey Kolbe7 Nov 2004, 22:042076w19696
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingGeoffrey Kolbe6 Nov 2004, 08:164147w19694
Going off the ListBruce Stark7 Nov 2004, 18:542464w19692
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayDan Hogan7 Nov 2004, 17:065553w19690
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingGeoffrey Kolbe7 Nov 2004, 09:563616w19688
Moon Occults Jupiter - November 9, 2004Frank Reed7 Nov 2004, 08:572394w19686
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Bill B7 Nov 2004, 06:432157w19684
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko7 Nov 2004, 05:552405w19682
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Bill B7 Nov 2004, 05:489620w19680
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko7 Nov 2004, 03:443475w19678
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayBill B7 Nov 2004, 03:353718w19676
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko7 Nov 2004, 03:344277w19674
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayJared Sherman7 Nov 2004, 02:432964w19672
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayKen James7 Nov 2004, 02:092778w19670
Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayTrevor Kenchington6 Nov 2004, 23:534970w19668
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingTrevor Kenchington6 Nov 2004, 03:564235w19666
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Chuck Taylor6 Nov 2004, 23:476875w19664
Re: Taffrail logs and Marvin CreamerDoug6 Nov 2004, 21:432771w19662
Re: Bris sextantAlexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 19:362571w19660
Re: Bris sextantNels Tomlinson6 Nov 2004, 16:095237w19658
Re: Bris sextantJoel Jacobs6 Nov 2004, 11:167351w19656
Re: Bris sextantRobert Gainer6 Nov 2004, 06:543255w19654
Taffrail logs and Marvin CreamerRobert Gainer6 Nov 2004, 06:465055w19652
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 04:255320w19650
Re: AveragingAlexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 03:253710w19648
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 03:063806w19646
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 02:574155w19644
Re: Venus meets Jupiter (was: mouth-watering discussion about fish)David Edwards5 Nov 2004, 15:002727w19642
Re: Venus meets Jupiter (was: mouth-watering discussion aboutfish)Michael Dorl5 Nov 2004, 14:483004w19640
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Herbert Prinz5 Nov 2004, 10:143442w19638
Re: AveragingHerbert Prinz5 Nov 2004, 10:073126w19636
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayGeorge Huxtable5 Nov 2004, 09:472885w19634
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingGeoffrey Kolbe5 Nov 2004, 09:093277w19632
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Peter Fogg5 Nov 2004, 07:402812w19630
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Herbert Prinz5 Nov 2004, 07:323106w19628
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Bill B5 Nov 2004, 05:263069w19626
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingHenry Halboth5 Nov 2004, 04:542328w19624
No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko5 Nov 2004, 04:102393w19622
The Moon is in distance with the SunFrank Reed5 Nov 2004, 04:013149w19620
Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko5 Nov 2004, 03:355693w19618
Re: Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyFrank Reed5 Nov 2004, 02:525357w19616
Venus meets Jupiter (was: mouth-watering discussion about fish)Frank Reed5 Nov 2004, 02:152764w19614
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayAlexandre Eremenko5 Nov 2004, 01:543192w19612
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayJared Sherman4 Nov 2004, 22:372850w19610
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayGeorge Huxtable4 Nov 2004, 22:104173w19608
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayCarl Herzog4 Nov 2004, 14:215306w19606
Re: Time at Sea in 1703Bill B4 Nov 2004, 04:392425w19604
Time at Sea in 1703Chuck Taylor4 Nov 2004, 03:084382w19602
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayBill B4 Nov 2004, 01:102599w19600
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayGeorge Huxtable4 Nov 2004, 00:235157w19598
Re: AveragingAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 19:323304w19596
Re: AveragingHerbert Prinz3 Nov 2004, 16:194280w19594
Re: Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyGeorge Huxtable3 Nov 2004, 15:466990w19592
Re: Lunars: altitude accuracyGeorge Huxtable3 Nov 2004, 15:462860w19590
Re: Lunars: A 90 Degree MiracleGeorge Huxtable3 Nov 2004, 15:463533w19588
Re: Bris sextant IINels Tomlinson3 Nov 2004, 10:123044w19586
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 06:092688w19584
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 05:593647w19582
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayBill B3 Nov 2004, 05:242379w19580
Re: CelNav without sextantsBruce Stark3 Nov 2004, 04:423842w19578
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayBill B3 Nov 2004, 04:052867w19576
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayJared Sherman3 Nov 2004, 03:172427w19574
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 03:153910w19572
Re: CelNav without sextantHerbert Prinz3 Nov 2004, 03:173627w19570
Re: CelNav without sextantFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 02:563870w19568
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayPeter Fogg3 Nov 2004, 02:443098w19566
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 02:282841w19564
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 02:193760w19562
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayRobert Gainer3 Nov 2004, 02:153856w19560
Re: CelNav without sextantsFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 02:104279w19558
Re: Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 01:584949w19556
Re: CelNav without sextantsFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 01:543706w19554
Re: CelNav without sextantFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 01:405257w19550
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 01:143007w19548
Re: Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 01:1010484w19546
Bris sextant IIDoug Royer3 Nov 2004, 00:481962w19544
Bris sextantDoug Royer3 Nov 2004, 00:402411w19542
CelNav without sextantDoug Royer2 Nov 2004, 23:402446w19540
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 21:232979w19538
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 21:103638w19536
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 21:043543w19534
Re: CelNav without sextantBill Noyce2 Nov 2004, 20:403247w19532
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayRobert Gainer2 Nov 2004, 20:222921w19530
Re: CelNav without sextantsRobert Gainer2 Nov 2004, 20:172125w19528
Re: CelNav without sextantNavastro2 Nov 2004, 20:003168w19526
Re: CelNav without sextantsDave Weilacher2 Nov 2004, 20:002353w19524
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 19:462680w19522
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 19:433161w19520
Re: CelNav without sextantPhil Camera2 Nov 2004, 19:223042w19518
CelNav without sextantsDoug Royer2 Nov 2004, 19:193019w19516
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 19:152977w19514
Re: CelNav without sextantMike Boersma2 Nov 2004, 18:594398w19512
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayNels Tomlinson2 Nov 2004, 18:592661w19510
CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 18:003038w19508
Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 17:433523w19506
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 15:033184w19504
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayRobert Gainer2 Nov 2004, 14:544403w19502
Re: Lunar eclipse reportHerbert Prinz2 Nov 2004, 07:532436w19500
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TGeorge Huxtable2 Nov 2004, 07:322643w19498
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-THerbert Prinz2 Nov 2004, 07:242810w19496
Re: SNOT at large anglesFrank Reed2 Nov 2004, 06:452726w19494
Re: Lunars: A 90 Degree MiracleFrank Reed2 Nov 2004, 06:444187w19492
Re: Lunars: altitude accuracyFrank Reed2 Nov 2004, 06:3512051w19490
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 23:132582w19488
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TGeorge Huxtable1 Nov 2004, 19:052754w19486
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-THerbert Prinz1 Nov 2004, 17:292615w19484
Re: SNOT at large anglesDan Allen1 Nov 2004, 16:452669w19482
Re: SNOT at large anglesFred Hebard1 Nov 2004, 16:312591w19480
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 16:082649w19478
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TGeorge Huxtable1 Nov 2004, 15:478989w19476
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 15:102523w19474
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 15:072930w19472
Re: SNOT at large anglesAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 14:513160w19470
Re: Lunar eclipse reportAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 14:453160w19468
Re: Lunars: A 90 Degree MiracleGeorge Huxtable1 Nov 2004, 11:196100w19466
Re: Lunars: altitude accuracyGeorge Huxtable1 Nov 2004, 11:195615w19464
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-THerbert Prinz1 Nov 2004, 10:524037w19462
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-THerbert Prinz1 Nov 2004, 10:413551w19460
Lunars: A 90 Degree MiracleFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 03:598907w19458
Re: Voyaging the traditional way, Clay, venturing a bit off-topicMarvin Sebourn1 Nov 2004, 03:425469w19456
Re: Lunars: altitude accuracyFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 03:2710160w19454
Re: Nautical Almanac UsageStacy Hanna1 Nov 2004, 03:192983w19452
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:502814w19450
Re: Lunar eclipse reportFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:478196w19448
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayHerbert Prinz1 Nov 2004, 02:502852w19446
Re: SNOT at large anglesFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:203193w19444
Re: Lunar eclipse reportFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:175897w19442
Re: Missed opportunities, was: Moon eclipseFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:043290w19440
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 01:503074w19438

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