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November, 2004

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"Got your Book"Bruce Stark28 Nov 2004, 18:16
Re: 3 Lop'sGeoffrey Kolbe15 Nov 2004, 02:52
3 Lop'sAlexandre Eremenko15 Nov 2004, 04:01
Re: 3 Lop'sFred Hebard15 Nov 2004, 04:21
Re: 3 Lop'sPeter Fogg15 Nov 2004, 04:25
Re: 3 Lop'sPeter Fogg15 Nov 2004, 04:35
Re: 3 Lop'sAlexandre Eremenko15 Nov 2004, 05:15
Re: 3 Lop'sFred Hebard15 Nov 2004, 05:27
Re: 3 Lop'sFrank Reed15 Nov 2004, 06:22
Re: 3 Lop'sFrank Reed15 Nov 2004, 06:29
Re: 3 Lop'sFrank Reed15 Nov 2004, 06:31
Re: 3 Lop'sJoel Jacobs15 Nov 2004, 16:29
Re: 3 Lop'sBill Noyce15 Nov 2004, 16:51
Re: 3 Lop'sGeorge Huxtable17 Nov 2004, 19:54
Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 18:57
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 19:21
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 19:23
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Trevor Kenchington26 Nov 2004, 20:18
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko27 Nov 2004, 01:03
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Trevor Kenchington27 Nov 2004, 02:22
Re: Altitudes, close to 90Alexandre Eremenko29 Nov 2004, 18:22
Anchor story.George Huxtable26 Nov 2004, 00:30
Another time zone oddity [long]Dan Allen10 Nov 2004, 05:40
Re: Another time zone oddity [long]Ron Roizen10 Nov 2004, 17:02
Re: Another time zone oddity [long]Frederick Noon10 Nov 2004, 19:32
Apologies. Was: eBay SEXTANT?Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 18:48
Re: AveragingHerbert Prinz3 Nov 2004, 16:19
Re: AveragingAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 19:32
Re: AveragingHerbert Prinz5 Nov 2004, 10:07
Re: AveragingAlexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 03:25
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-THerbert Prinz1 Nov 2004, 10:41
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-THerbert Prinz1 Nov 2004, 10:52
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 15:07
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 15:10
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TGeorge Huxtable1 Nov 2004, 15:47
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 16:08
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-THerbert Prinz1 Nov 2004, 17:29
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TGeorge Huxtable1 Nov 2004, 19:05
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 23:13
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-THerbert Prinz2 Nov 2004, 07:24
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TGeorge Huxtable2 Nov 2004, 07:32
Re: Averaging lunars: was Lunars with SNO-TAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 15:03
Bowditch octantOmar Reis19 Nov 2004, 17:19
Re: Bowditch octantAlexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 23:59
Re: Bowditch octantAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 00:30
Re: Bowditch octantAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 01:08
Re: Bowditch octantGeorge Huxtable21 Nov 2004, 17:05
Re: Bowditch octantAlexandre Eremenko21 Nov 2004, 17:05
Re: Bowditch octantOmar Reis22 Nov 2004, 11:55
Re: Bowditch octantJared Sherman22 Nov 2004, 18:43
Bris accuracy? 1Doug Royer8 Nov 2004, 21:09
Re: Bris accuracy? 1Alexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 21:25
Bris accuracy?Doug Royer8 Nov 2004, 18:49
Re: Bris accuracy?Alexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 19:03
Bris sextantDoug Royer3 Nov 2004, 00:40
Re: Bris sextantRobert Gainer6 Nov 2004, 06:54
Re: Bris sextantJoel Jacobs6 Nov 2004, 11:16
Re: Bris sextantNels Tomlinson6 Nov 2004, 16:09
Re: Bris sextantAlexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 19:36
Bris sextant IIDoug Royer3 Nov 2004, 00:48
Re: Bris sextant IINels Tomlinson3 Nov 2004, 10:12
Bris sextant questionsAlexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 19:08
Bubble Sextant RepairBob AB19 Nov 2004, 14:40
CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 18:00
Re: CelNav without sextantMike Boersma2 Nov 2004, 18:59
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 19:15
Re: CelNav without sextantPhil Camera2 Nov 2004, 19:22
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 19:46
Re: CelNav without sextantNavastro2 Nov 2004, 20:00
Re: CelNav without sextantBill Noyce2 Nov 2004, 20:40
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 21:10
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 21:23
CelNav without sextantDoug Royer2 Nov 2004, 23:40
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 01:14
Re: CelNav without sextantFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 01:40
Re: CelNav without sextantAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 02:19
Re: CelNav without sextantFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 02:56
Re: CelNav without sextantHerbert Prinz3 Nov 2004, 03:17
CelNav without sextantsDoug Royer2 Nov 2004, 19:19
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 19:43
Re: CelNav without sextantsDave Weilacher2 Nov 2004, 20:00
Re: CelNav without sextantsRobert Gainer2 Nov 2004, 20:17
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 21:04
Re: CelNav without sextantsFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 01:54
Re: CelNav without sextantsFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 02:10
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 02:28
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 03:15
Re: CelNav without sextantsBruce Stark3 Nov 2004, 04:42
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 05:59
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 06:09
Re: CelNav without sextantsFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 03:36
Re: CelNav without sextantsAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 05:52
Re: CelNav without sextantsFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 06:57
Changing e-mail addressGordon Talge11 Nov 2004, 03:05
Re: Changing e-mail addressDan Hogan11 Nov 2004, 15:18
Combo water and bushwacking questionBill B10 Nov 2004, 03:02
Re: Combo water and bushwacking questionKen Muldrew10 Nov 2004, 16:47
ConstellationsMichael Dorl22 Nov 2004, 15:43
Re: ConstellationsJohn Kabel22 Nov 2004, 16:04
Re: ConstellationsBill Noyce22 Nov 2004, 16:28
Correction. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 03:04
Re: Correction. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Bill B19 Nov 2004, 04:26
Digital ClockPeter Fogg13 Nov 2004, 00:13
Re: Digital ClockTrevor Kenchington13 Nov 2004, 02:32
Re: Digital ClockJim Thompson13 Nov 2004, 11:10
Re: Digital ClockMichael Dorl13 Nov 2004, 13:51
Re: Digital ClockCharles Seitz13 Nov 2004, 17:22
Re: Digital ClockCraig Scott13 Nov 2004, 17:45
Re: Digital ClockJared Sherman13 Nov 2004, 17:55
Re: Digital ClockTrevor Kenchington13 Nov 2004, 20:32
Re: Digital ClockJim Thompson13 Nov 2004, 22:44
Re: Digital ClockFrank Reed14 Nov 2004, 00:56
DipAlexandre Eremenko27 Nov 2004, 23:41
Re: DipDan Allen28 Nov 2004, 00:13
Re: DipGeorge Huxtable28 Nov 2004, 00:46
Dip measurement : was Index corr., Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 11:17
Dip measurement.George Huxtable23 Nov 2004, 00:36
Re: Dip measurement.Alexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 00:57
Re: Dip measurement.Fred Hebard23 Nov 2004, 03:22
Re: Dip measurement.Alexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 06:02
Dip of the horizonAlexandre Eremenko16 Nov 2004, 01:08
Re: Dip of the horizonFred Hebard16 Nov 2004, 01:44
Re: Dip of the horizonAlexandre Eremenko16 Nov 2004, 02:12
Re: Dip of the horizonGeorge Huxtable16 Nov 2004, 21:34
Re: Dip of the horizonAlexandre Eremenko17 Nov 2004, 15:47
Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs9 Nov 2004, 13:27
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Fred Hebard9 Nov 2004, 13:47
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs9 Nov 2004, 14:27
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Courtney Thomas9 Nov 2004, 15:22
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko9 Nov 2004, 16:13
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Fred Hebard9 Nov 2004, 16:18
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 17:00
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs9 Nov 2004, 17:19
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs9 Nov 2004, 17:21
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko9 Nov 2004, 18:16
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 01:44
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Fred Hebard10 Nov 2004, 02:35
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 02:44
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Bill B10 Nov 2004, 02:55
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 03:05
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Fred Hebard10 Nov 2004, 03:38
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs10 Nov 2004, 09:02
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 15:44
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs10 Nov 2004, 21:59
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko10 Nov 2004, 23:06
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Joel Jacobs10 Nov 2004, 23:34
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Bill B10 Nov 2004, 23:38
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 00:11
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Alexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 00:36
Re: Ebay Sextant?????????Jared Sherman11 Nov 2004, 02:04
Excel functions for DMS - decimal conversion - second tryMichael Dorl19 Nov 2004, 16:47
Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyAlexandre Eremenko2 Nov 2004, 17:43
Re: Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyFrank Reed3 Nov 2004, 01:10
Re: Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyAlexandre Eremenko3 Nov 2004, 01:58
Re: Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyGeorge Huxtable3 Nov 2004, 15:46
Re: Frank's formulas, was: Lunars: altitude accuracyFrank Reed5 Nov 2004, 02:52
George's testAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 23:06
Re: George's testFred Hebard13 Nov 2004, 16:24
Re: George's testAlexandre Eremenko13 Nov 2004, 23:24
Re: George's testFred Hebard14 Nov 2004, 00:27
Re: George's testAlexandre Eremenko14 Nov 2004, 16:35
Re: George's testFred Hebard14 Nov 2004, 17:41
Going off the ListBruce Stark7 Nov 2004, 18:54
Got your book, Bruce StarkJim Thompson19 Nov 2004, 13:50
Re: Got your book, Bruce StarkFred Hebard20 Nov 2004, 01:03
Index corr. for back sightsAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 20:16
Index corr. for back sights, was: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 16:33
Re: Index corr. for back sights, was: Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable21 Nov 2004, 17:05
Re: Index corr. for back sights, was: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko21 Nov 2004, 17:16
Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko21 Nov 2004, 01:10
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterJared Sherman21 Nov 2004, 02:43
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko21 Nov 2004, 03:30
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 00:23
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterJared Sherman22 Nov 2004, 01:00
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterTrevor Kenchington22 Nov 2004, 02:12
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 08:52
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko22 Nov 2004, 16:06
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 00:26
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterTrevor Kenchington23 Nov 2004, 02:59
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterFred Hebard23 Nov 2004, 03:52
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 05:08
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterJared Sherman23 Nov 2004, 16:07
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko23 Nov 2004, 16:32
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterChuck Taylor23 Nov 2004, 18:01
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterFred Hebard23 Nov 2004, 18:43
Re: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 14:05
Index correction, was: Got your book, Bruce StarkAlexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 16:07
Re: Index correction, was: Got your book, Bruce StarkTrevor Kenchington19 Nov 2004, 16:50
Re: Index correction, was: Got your book, Bruce StarkFred Hebard20 Nov 2004, 16:20
IrradiationAlexandre Eremenko28 Nov 2004, 20:17
Re: IrradiationMarvin Sebourn28 Nov 2004, 20:36
Re: IrradiationAlexandre Eremenko28 Nov 2004, 20:55
Re: IrradiationBill B28 Nov 2004, 20:59
Re: IrradiationMarvin Sebourn28 Nov 2004, 21:07
Re: IrradiationBill B28 Nov 2004, 21:13
Re: IrradiationBill B28 Nov 2004, 21:29
Re: IrradiationBill B28 Nov 2004, 21:51
Re: IrradiationGeorge Huxtable29 Nov 2004, 00:24
Re: IrradiationTrevor Kenchington29 Nov 2004, 00:47
Re: IrradiationRobert Gainer29 Nov 2004, 00:59
Re: IrradiationBill B29 Nov 2004, 02:35
Re: IrradiationBill B29 Nov 2004, 03:09
Re: IrradiationAlexandre Eremenko29 Nov 2004, 06:27
Re: IrradiationGeorge Huxtable29 Nov 2004, 10:49
Re: Lanolin, was TallowPeter Fogg9 Nov 2004, 01:51
Re: Lanolin, was TallowGlendon9 Nov 2004, 03:44
Long-range airplane navigationFred Hebard26 Nov 2004, 02:33
Re: Long-range airplane navigationAlexandre Eremenko26 Nov 2004, 02:41
Re: Long-range airplane navigationGennaro Sammarco26 Nov 2004, 17:37
Re: Long-range airplane navigationRenee Mattie26 Nov 2004, 17:49
Re: Long-range airplane navigationBrooke Clarke26 Nov 2004, 18:55
Re: Long-range airplane navigationGlendon28 Nov 2004, 01:51
Re: Long-range airplane navigationGennaro Sammarco28 Nov 2004, 18:20
Re: Long-range airplane navigationKen Gebhart29 Nov 2004, 04:26
Re: Long-range airplane navigationGennaro Sammarco29 Nov 2004, 08:39
Re: Long-range airplane navigationCliff Sojourner29 Nov 2004, 17:55
Re: Long-range airplane navigationJim Thompson30 Nov 2004, 13:15
Re: Lunar eclipse reportFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:17
Re: Lunar eclipse reportFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:47
Re: Lunar eclipse reportAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 14:45
Re: Lunar eclipse reportHerbert Prinz2 Nov 2004, 07:53
Lunars: A 90 Degree MiracleFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 03:59
Re: Lunars: A 90 Degree MiracleGeorge Huxtable1 Nov 2004, 11:19
Re: Lunars: A 90 Degree MiracleFrank Reed2 Nov 2004, 06:44
Re: Lunars: A 90 Degree MiracleGeorge Huxtable3 Nov 2004, 15:46
Re: Lunars: altitude accuracyFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 03:27
Re: Lunars: altitude accuracyGeorge Huxtable1 Nov 2004, 11:19
Re: Lunars: altitude accuracyFrank Reed2 Nov 2004, 06:35
Re: Lunars: altitude accuracyGeorge Huxtable3 Nov 2004, 15:46
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is Handlesmarine?Joel Jacobs12 Nov 2004, 19:05
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is Handlesmarine?Jared Sherman12 Nov 2004, 19:34
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is Handlesmarine?Wolfgang Köberer13 Nov 2004, 17:52
Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs12 Nov 2004, 13:35
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Alexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 15:25
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Henry Halboth12 Nov 2004, 16:03
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Wolfgang Köberer12 Nov 2004, 16:31
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Henry Halboth12 Nov 2004, 17:46
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Jared Sherman12 Nov 2004, 18:10
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs12 Nov 2004, 18:48
Merchant Marine In German Is:Wolfgang Köberer13 Nov 2004, 17:43
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Wolfgang Köberer13 Nov 2004, 17:50
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs13 Nov 2004, 18:00
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs13 Nov 2004, 18:06
Re: Merchant Marine In German Is:Joel Jacobs13 Nov 2004, 18:13
Message for Dan HoganMarc Bernstein8 Nov 2004, 15:45
Re: message for Dan HoganDan Hogan9 Nov 2004, 00:06
Re: Missed opportunities, was: Moon eclipseFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:04
Moon Occultation of JupiterDavid Edwards30 Nov 2004, 18:14
Re: Moon Occultation of JupiterGeorge Huxtable30 Nov 2004, 21:01
Re: Moon Occultation of JupiterDave Weilacher30 Nov 2004, 21:01
Re: Moon Occultation of JupiterGeorge Huxtable30 Nov 2004, 23:57
Moon Occults Jupiter - November 9, 2004Frank Reed7 Nov 2004, 08:57
Re: Nautical Almanac UsageStacy Hanna1 Nov 2004, 03:19
Nautical Mile, was: Why is a sextant like it is?Trevor Kenchington18 Nov 2004, 23:30
Re: Nautical Mile, was: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 03:13
Re: Nautical Mile, was: Why is a sextant like it is?Trevor Kenchington19 Nov 2004, 04:52
Navigating ProjectilesCharles Seitz24 Nov 2004, 03:04
Re: Navigating ProjectilesMike Boersma24 Nov 2004, 04:35
Re: Navigating ProjectilesAlexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 15:05
Re: Navigation-L Digest - 21 Nov 2004 To 28 Nov 2004 (#2004-55)John Kennedy29 Nov 2004, 15:22
Re: Navigation-L Digest - 21 Nov 2004 To 28 Nov 2004 (#2004-55)Omar Reis29 Nov 2004, 17:17
Re: Navigation-L Digest - 21 Nov 2004 To 28 Nov 2004 (#2004-55)Alexandre Eremenko29 Nov 2004, 17:55
Navigational reinventionPeter Fogg25 Nov 2004, 22:06
Re: Navigational reinventionTrevor Kenchington25 Nov 2004, 22:58
Re: Navigational reinventionJared Sherman26 Nov 2004, 18:57
Re: Navigational reinventionTrevor Kenchington26 Nov 2004, 20:10
Re: Nevil Maskelyne.Aubrey O´Callaghan23 Nov 2004, 08:52
No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko5 Nov 2004, 04:10
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingHenry Halboth5 Nov 2004, 04:54
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingGeoffrey Kolbe5 Nov 2004, 09:09
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 03:06
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingTrevor Kenchington6 Nov 2004, 03:56
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingGeoffrey Kolbe6 Nov 2004, 08:16
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko7 Nov 2004, 03:44
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingGeoffrey Kolbe7 Nov 2004, 09:56
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingGeoffrey Kolbe7 Nov 2004, 22:04
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 00:42
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingTrevor Kenchington8 Nov 2004, 01:21
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFred Hebard8 Nov 2004, 01:51
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingPeter Fogg8 Nov 2004, 02:07
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 03:07
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 03:14
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 03:38
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 03:46
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingCraig Scott8 Nov 2004, 04:13
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 05:10
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 05:14
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 05:28
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 06:16
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 06:24
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingRobert Gainer8 Nov 2004, 13:11
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingMichael Dorl8 Nov 2004, 13:56
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingChuck Taylor8 Nov 2004, 16:52
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 20:20
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 21:39
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingTrevor Kenchington8 Nov 2004, 22:11
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingFrank Reed9 Nov 2004, 03:23
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingBill B9 Nov 2004, 05:28
Re: No sextant, no watch, no almanach, nothingAlexandre Eremenko9 Nov 2004, 14:36
Re: Northeast passage.Paul Bryans22 Nov 2004, 18:35
Re: Northeast passage. was:Polar Possessions of the SU.George Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 00:23
Re: Northeast passage. was:Polar Possessions of the SU.Jared Sherman22 Nov 2004, 01:02
Re: Northeast passage. was:Polar Possessions of the SU.Alexandre Eremenko22 Nov 2004, 15:59
Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 00:53
Re: Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable20 Nov 2004, 11:31
Re: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 15:21
Re: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko20 Nov 2004, 15:28
Re: Octant as dipmeterGeorge Huxtable22 Nov 2004, 00:23
Re: Octant as dipmeterAlexandre Eremenko22 Nov 2004, 15:40
Polar lightsAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 17:48
Re: Polar lightsMarvin Sebourn8 Nov 2004, 18:14
Re: Polar lightsMike Boersma8 Nov 2004, 18:20
Re: Polar lightsAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 18:43
Re: Polar lightsAlexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 18:50
Re: Polar lightsMarvin Sebourn8 Nov 2004, 19:32
Re: Polar lightsMichael Dorl8 Nov 2004, 19:49
Re: Polar lightsFrank Reed8 Nov 2004, 20:26
Re: Polar lights Monday night/Marvin Sebourn9 Nov 2004, 02:02
Poly Nesia: So Many Islands...Frank Reed8 Nov 2004, 06:31
Re: Poly Nesia: So Many Islands...Alexandre Eremenko8 Nov 2004, 06:56
Re: Poly Nesia: So Many Islands...Frank Reed8 Nov 2004, 07:02
Precomputed lunar distancesSteven Wepster10 Nov 2004, 11:04
Precomputed lunar distancesSteven Wepster10 Nov 2004, 11:04
R: Ebay Sextant?????????Federico Rossi9 Nov 2004, 13:35
R: Ebay Sextant?????????Federico Rossi9 Nov 2004, 13:54
Radar and Naval Gunnery, was: Index corr., Octant as dipmeterTrevor Kenchington24 Nov 2004, 03:30
Refraction questionAlexandre Eremenko13 Nov 2004, 23:32
Re: Refraction questionFrank Reed14 Nov 2004, 00:53
Re: Refraction questionFred Hebard14 Nov 2004, 02:38
Re: Refraction questionAlexandre Eremenko14 Nov 2004, 03:25
Re: Refraction questionAlexandre Eremenko14 Nov 2004, 03:34
Re: Refraction questionBill B14 Nov 2004, 22:49
Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko5 Nov 2004, 03:35
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Bill B5 Nov 2004, 05:26
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Herbert Prinz5 Nov 2004, 07:32
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Peter Fogg5 Nov 2004, 07:40
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Herbert Prinz5 Nov 2004, 10:14
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 02:57
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko6 Nov 2004, 04:25
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Chuck Taylor6 Nov 2004, 23:47
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko7 Nov 2004, 03:34
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Bill B7 Nov 2004, 05:48
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Alexandre Eremenko7 Nov 2004, 05:55
Re: Resume of "Averaging"Bill B7 Nov 2004, 06:43
SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 02:36
Re: SNO sextantsGlendon11 Nov 2004, 03:47
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 04:23
Re: SNO sextantsJared Sherman11 Nov 2004, 05:35
Re: SNO sextantsGlendon11 Nov 2004, 07:40
Re: SNO sextantsJoel Jacobs11 Nov 2004, 11:45
Re: SNO sextantsJoel Jacobs11 Nov 2004, 11:50
Re: SNO sextantsCourtney Thomas11 Nov 2004, 14:36
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 15:03
Re: SNO sextantsJoel Jacobs11 Nov 2004, 15:36
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko11 Nov 2004, 22:42
Re: SNO sextantsJoel Jacobs11 Nov 2004, 23:50
Re: SNO sextantsCourtney Thomas12 Nov 2004, 01:20
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 03:19
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 03:23
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 04:33
Re: SNO sextantsCourtney Thomas12 Nov 2004, 05:26
Re: SNO sextantsGlendon12 Nov 2004, 09:02
Re: SNO sextantsAlexandre Eremenko12 Nov 2004, 15:47
Re: SNOT at large anglesFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:20
Re: SNOT at large anglesAlexandre Eremenko1 Nov 2004, 14:51
Re: SNOT at large anglesFred Hebard1 Nov 2004, 16:31
Re: SNOT at large anglesDan Allen1 Nov 2004, 16:45
Re: SNOT at large anglesFrank Reed2 Nov 2004, 06:45
SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 20:33
Re: SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Joel Jacobs19 Nov 2004, 21:47
Re: SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 22:41
Re: SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Joel Jacobs20 Nov 2004, 22:54
Re: SNOT design. Was: Why is a sextant like it is?Joel Jacobs20 Nov 2004, 22:59
Taffrail logs and Marvin CreamerRobert Gainer6 Nov 2004, 06:46
Re: Taffrail logs and Marvin CreamerDoug6 Nov 2004, 21:43
Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayTrevor Kenchington6 Nov 2004, 23:53
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayKen James7 Nov 2004, 02:09
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayJared Sherman7 Nov 2004, 02:43
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayBill B7 Nov 2004, 03:35
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayTrevor Kenchington7 Nov 2004, 12:01
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayDan Hogan7 Nov 2004, 17:06
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayKen James8 Nov 2004, 21:32
Re: Tallow, was: Voyaging the traditional wayTrevor Kenchington8 Nov 2004, 22:01
TestCraig Scott13 Nov 2004, 07:20
The Moon is in distance with the SunFrank Reed5 Nov 2004, 04:01
TimeDoug Royer9 Nov 2004, 22:00
Re: TimeJared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 22:16
Time at Sea in 1703Chuck Taylor4 Nov 2004, 03:08
Re: Time at Sea in 1703Bill B4 Nov 2004, 04:39
Time IIDoug Royer9 Nov 2004, 22:38
To Frank ReedAlexandre Eremenko15 Nov 2004, 16:15
Re: To Frank ReedFrank Reed16 Nov 2004, 02:14
Re: To Frank ReedAlexandre Eremenko16 Nov 2004, 02:21
Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsOmar Reis27 Nov 2004, 11:11
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsGeorge Huxtable28 Nov 2004, 00:35
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsMichael Dorl29 Nov 2004, 20:36
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsMichael Dorl29 Nov 2004, 20:46
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsOmar Reis30 Nov 2004, 13:30
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsGeorge Huxtable30 Nov 2004, 19:18
Re: Tycho Brahe Mars oppositionsGeorge Huxtable30 Nov 2004, 21:01
Unusual scopeAlexandre Eremenko19 Nov 2004, 16:11
Unusual ScopeAndrew Corl19 Nov 2004, 19:23
Re: Unusual scopeJoel Jacobs19 Nov 2004, 21:41
Venus meets Jupiter (was: mouth-watering discussion about fish)Frank Reed5 Nov 2004, 02:15
Re: Venus meets Jupiter (was: mouth-watering discussion about fish)David Edwards5 Nov 2004, 15:00
Re: Venus meets Jupiter (was: mouth-watering discussion aboutfish)Michael Dorl5 Nov 2004, 14:48
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 01:50
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayHerbert Prinz1 Nov 2004, 02:50
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayFrank Reed1 Nov 2004, 02:50
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayRobert Gainer2 Nov 2004, 14:54
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayNels Tomlinson2 Nov 2004, 18:59
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayRobert Gainer2 Nov 2004, 20:22
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayRobert Gainer3 Nov 2004, 02:15
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayPeter Fogg3 Nov 2004, 02:44
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayJared Sherman3 Nov 2004, 03:17
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayBill B3 Nov 2004, 04:05
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayBill B3 Nov 2004, 05:24
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayGeorge Huxtable4 Nov 2004, 00:23
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayBill B4 Nov 2004, 01:10
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayCarl Herzog4 Nov 2004, 14:21
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayGeorge Huxtable4 Nov 2004, 22:10
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayJared Sherman4 Nov 2004, 22:37
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayAlexandre Eremenko5 Nov 2004, 01:54
Re: Voyaging the traditional wayGeorge Huxtable5 Nov 2004, 09:47
Re: Voyaging the traditional way, Clay, venturing a bit off-topicMarvin Sebourn1 Nov 2004, 03:42
What time is it?Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 20:47
Re: What time is it?Bill Noyce9 Nov 2004, 20:55
Re: What time is it?Alexandre Eremenko9 Nov 2004, 20:57
Re: What time is it?Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 21:09
Re: What time is it?Brooke Clarke9 Nov 2004, 21:17
Re: What time is it?Bill B9 Nov 2004, 21:47
Re: What time is it?Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 22:19
Re: What time is it?Carl Herzog9 Nov 2004, 22:20
Re: What time is it?Bill B9 Nov 2004, 22:53
Re: What time is it?Jared Sherman9 Nov 2004, 23:05
Re: What time is it?Derrick Young9 Nov 2004, 23:24
Re: What time is it?Bill B9 Nov 2004, 23:46
Re: What time is it?Richard B. Langley10 Nov 2004, 03:54
Re: What time is it?Paul Bryans10 Nov 2004, 09:33
Re: What time is it?Jim Thompson10 Nov 2004, 10:24
Re: What time is it?Jim Thompson10 Nov 2004, 10:35
Re: What time is it?Trevor Kenchington10 Nov 2004, 14:15
Re: What time is it?Trevor Kenchington10 Nov 2004, 14:36
Re: What time is it?Peter Smith11 Nov 2004, 14:57
Re: What time is it?Trevor Kenchington11 Nov 2004, 15:29
Re: What time is it?Peter Smith12 Nov 2004, 14:10
Re: What time is it?Trevor Kenchington13 Nov 2004, 02:40
Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimal systemMichael Dorl18 Nov 2004, 15:28
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemAlexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 16:13
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemChuck Taylor18 Nov 2004, 16:19
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemFrank Reed18 Nov 2004, 19:29
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemAlexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 20:12
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemGeorge Huxtable19 Nov 2004, 01:25
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemCliff Sojourner19 Nov 2004, 01:48
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemGeorge Huxtable19 Nov 2004, 10:15
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemMichael Dorl19 Nov 2004, 13:48
Re: Why do we still use this terrible Babylonian hexadecimalsystemChuck Taylor19 Nov 2004, 17:06
Why is a sextant like it is?George Huxtable17 Nov 2004, 19:54
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko17 Nov 2004, 20:33
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Trevor Kenchington18 Nov 2004, 00:38
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Gary LaPook18 Nov 2004, 04:32
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 05:09
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Bill B18 Nov 2004, 05:37
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Chuck Taylor18 Nov 2004, 16:07
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Robert Gainer18 Nov 2004, 17:45
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Jared Sherman18 Nov 2004, 18:45
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Alexandre Eremenko18 Nov 2004, 19:51
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Henry Halboth18 Nov 2004, 21:05
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Bill B18 Nov 2004, 21:43
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Derrick Young18 Nov 2004, 22:03
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?George Huxtable19 Nov 2004, 01:25
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Bill B19 Nov 2004, 04:58
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Gary LaPook19 Nov 2004, 10:04
Re: Why is a sextant like it is?Gary LaPook19 Nov 2004, 10:19
Wires, back sights and collimationAlexandre Eremenko24 Nov 2004, 18:12
Re: Wires, back sights and collimationGeorge Huxtable26 Nov 2004, 00:30
Re: Wires, back sights and collimationAlexandre Eremenko26 Nov 2004, 02:36

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