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March, 2005

Index includes 197 messages. Sorted by message ID, in descending order.

                    
College maritime history class under sailCarl Herzog31 Mar 2005, 17:48
Re: Star name changeZvi Doron30 Mar 2005, 19:34
Re: Star name changeJared Sherman30 Mar 2005, 17:52
Re: Star name changePeter Fogg30 Mar 2005, 06:37
Re: Star name changePeter Fogg30 Mar 2005, 06:14
Star name changeZvi Doron30 Mar 2005, 05:44
Re: Russian Sextant ManualKen Gebhart28 Mar 2005, 23:28
Re: Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersHenry Halboth27 Mar 2005, 20:57
Re: Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersHenry Halboth27 Mar 2005, 20:47
Re: Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersZvi Doron27 Mar 2005, 07:16
Re: Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersMarc Bernstein27 Mar 2005, 03:07
Re: Thomas Jefferson and Lunar Obs.George Huxtable26 Mar 2005, 23:36
Re: Lunars by Moon declination. was: [NAV-L] Thomas Jefferson andLunar Obs.George Huxtable26 Mar 2005, 23:15
Re: Thomas Jefferson and Lunar Obs.George Huxtable26 Mar 2005, 22:56
Re: Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersZvi Doron26 Mar 2005, 18:38
Re: Lunars by Moon declination. was: [NAV-L] Thomas Jeffersonand Lunar Obs.Fred Hebard26 Mar 2005, 18:39
Personality disordersCraig Scott26 Mar 2005, 17:40
Re: Lunars by Moon declination. was: [NAV-L] Thomas Jeffersonand Lunar Obs.George Huxtable26 Mar 2005, 17:33
Re: Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersFred Hebard26 Mar 2005, 15:42
Re: Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersHenry Halboth26 Mar 2005, 14:36
Re: Thomas Jefferson and Lunar Obs.Peter Fogg26 Mar 2005, 08:46
Re: Thomas Jefferson and Lunar Obs.Frank Reed26 Mar 2005, 07:13
Lunars: "Carry On, Mr. Bowditch"Frank Reed26 Mar 2005, 06:54
Re: Lunars by Moon declination. was: [NAV-L] Thomas Jefferson andLunar Obs.Frank Reed26 Mar 2005, 06:14
Lunars by Moon declination. was: [NAV-L] Thomas Jefferson andLunar Obs.George Huxtable25 Mar 2005, 21:35
Re: Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersDan Hogan25 Mar 2005, 19:02
Re: Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersPaul Hirose25 Mar 2005, 18:28
Astro Navigation on Pan American Flying ClippersZvi Doron25 Mar 2005, 12:23
Re: Russian Sextant ManualRobert Gainer25 Mar 2005, 11:49
Re: Astro Compass maintenanceZvi Doron24 Mar 2005, 19:57
Astro Compass maintenanceZvi Doron24 Mar 2005, 18:22
Re: Russian Sextant ManualEddie C. Dost24 Mar 2005, 14:07
Re: Russian Sextant ManualBill Brown24 Mar 2005, 13:58
Re: Russian Sextant ManualAlexandre Eremenko24 Mar 2005, 13:35
Russian Sextant ManualEddie C. Dost24 Mar 2005, 11:01
Choosing thread titles.George Huxtable23 Mar 2005, 23:56
Lunars: Theory vs PracticeFrank Reed23 Mar 2005, 22:10
Re: Thomas Jefferson and Lunar Obs.Frank Reed23 Mar 2005, 21:33
Re: Sextant tripodBill B23 Mar 2005, 21:05
Re: Thomas Jefferson and Lunar Obs.Herbert Prinz23 Mar 2005, 16:16
Lunars by Moon declination. was: [NAV-L] Thomas Jefferson andLunar Obs.George Huxtable23 Mar 2005, 15:08
Sextant tripodJim Thompson23 Mar 2005, 11:12
Thomas Jefferson and Lunar Obs.Frank Reed23 Mar 2005, 03:04
Re: Side ErrorBill B23 Mar 2005, 01:42
Re: Side ErrorBill B23 Mar 2005, 01:30
Re: Side ErrorFrank Reed23 Mar 2005, 00:18
Re: Side ErrorBill B22 Mar 2005, 23:33
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverBill B22 Mar 2005, 23:07
Re: Side ErrorFrank Reed22 Mar 2005, 23:06
Side ErrorBill B22 Mar 2005, 22:36
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverBill B22 Mar 2005, 22:15
Re: Margetts Longitude TablesFrank Reed22 Mar 2005, 22:08
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverPaul Hirose22 Mar 2005, 21:21
Re: DATUM was sight reduction with GPS receiverPeter Fogg22 Mar 2005, 21:12
Margetts Longitude TablesPeter Smith22 Mar 2005, 16:36
Re: DATUM was sight reduction with GPS receiverRichard B. Langley22 Mar 2005, 14:34
Re: DATUM was sight reduction with GPS receiverFred Hebard22 Mar 2005, 14:13
DATUM was sight reduction with GPS receiverMichael Dorl22 Mar 2005, 13:59
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverBill B22 Mar 2005, 05:05
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverBill B22 Mar 2005, 04:03
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverBill B22 Mar 2005, 03:48
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverCharles Seitz22 Mar 2005, 02:54
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverBrooke Clarke22 Mar 2005, 02:24
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverFrank Reed22 Mar 2005, 01:33
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverFrank Reed22 Mar 2005, 01:14
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverFrank Reed22 Mar 2005, 01:06
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverGeorge Huxtable22 Mar 2005, 00:22
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverBill B22 Mar 2005, 00:05
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverCharles Seitz21 Mar 2005, 20:28
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverHerbert Prinz21 Mar 2005, 18:08
Re: Accurate quartz watchesMarvin Sebourn19 Mar 2005, 19:05
Re: Impress your crew this way.Richard B. Langley19 Mar 2005, 17:49
Re: Accurate quartz watchesJared Sherman19 Mar 2005, 17:29
Re: Impress your crew this way.Jared Sherman19 Mar 2005, 17:06
Impress your crew this way.George Huxtable19 Mar 2005, 16:57
Re: Accurate quartz watchesMarvin Sebourn19 Mar 2005, 16:48
Re: Accurate quartz watchesJared Sherman19 Mar 2005, 16:34
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverFrank Reed19 Mar 2005, 11:26
Re: Accurate quartz watchesJim Thompson19 Mar 2005, 10:42
Re: Accurate quartz watchesPeter Fogg19 Mar 2005, 09:18
Re: Accurate quartz watchesBrooke Clarke19 Mar 2005, 07:24
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverBill B19 Mar 2005, 05:31
Re: Accurate quartz watchesPeter Fogg19 Mar 2005, 02:01
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverBill B19 Mar 2005, 01:05
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverDoug Royer19 Mar 2005, 00:59
Re: sight reduction with GPS receiverHerbert Prinz19 Mar 2005, 00:16
Re: Accurate quartz watchesJared Sherman18 Mar 2005, 23:37
Re: Accurate quartz watchesBrooke Clarke18 Mar 2005, 23:05
Accurate quartz watchesDan Allen18 Mar 2005, 22:42
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsBill B18 Mar 2005, 21:44
Sight reduction with GPS receiverPaul Hirose18 Mar 2005, 19:11
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsJared Sherman18 Mar 2005, 18:46
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsRichard B. Langley18 Mar 2005, 12:16
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsBill B18 Mar 2005, 06:12
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsPierre Brial18 Mar 2005, 03:34
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsPierre Brial18 Mar 2005, 03:23
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsFred Hebard17 Mar 2005, 19:58
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsVictor Garand17 Mar 2005, 19:43
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsJared Sherman17 Mar 2005, 19:39
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsJared Sherman17 Mar 2005, 19:31
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsFred Hebard17 Mar 2005, 18:52
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsRichard B. Langley17 Mar 2005, 17:52
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsVictor Garand17 Mar 2005, 17:23
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsRichard B. Langley17 Mar 2005, 14:58
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsVictor Garand17 Mar 2005, 14:33
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsRichard B. Langley17 Mar 2005, 12:35
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsBill B17 Mar 2005, 04:36
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsPierre Brial17 Mar 2005, 04:28
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsJared Sherman17 Mar 2005, 03:56
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsJared Sherman17 Mar 2005, 03:51
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsPierre Brial17 Mar 2005, 03:26
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsCraig Scott17 Mar 2005, 02:59
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsFrank Reed17 Mar 2005, 02:33
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsJared Sherman16 Mar 2005, 22:53
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsFred Hebard16 Mar 2005, 22:29
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsMichael Dorl16 Mar 2005, 22:10
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsPeter Smith16 Mar 2005, 19:01
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsJared Sherman16 Mar 2005, 18:30
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsCraig Scott16 Mar 2005, 17:40
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsMarc Bernstein16 Mar 2005, 15:37
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsCraig Scott16 Mar 2005, 02:22
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsVictor Garand15 Mar 2005, 23:47
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsCraig Scott15 Mar 2005, 22:20
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsMarc Bernstein15 Mar 2005, 17:58
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsVictor Garand15 Mar 2005, 17:29
Re: Using any star for a lunarGeorge Huxtable15 Mar 2005, 11:29
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerBill B15 Mar 2005, 01:50
The gift sextantJim Thompson15 Mar 2005, 00:37
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerAlexandre Eremenko15 Mar 2005, 00:20
Re: Destination from course and distanceBill B15 Mar 2005, 00:00
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerBill B14 Mar 2005, 23:00
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerBill B14 Mar 2005, 22:49
Re: Where on earth are lunar distances the same?Jim Thompson14 Mar 2005, 21:34
Re: Where on earth are lunar distances the same?Ken Muldrew14 Mar 2005, 16:41
Where on earth are lunar distances the same?Jim Thompson14 Mar 2005, 11:09
Re: Using any star for a lunarBill B14 Mar 2005, 07:54
Re: Using any star for a lunarPeter Fogg14 Mar 2005, 06:10
Re: Using any star for a lunarKen James14 Mar 2005, 05:35
Re: Using any star for a lunarFrank Reed14 Mar 2005, 00:35
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerFrank Reed14 Mar 2005, 00:05
Re: Using any star for a lunarFrank Reed13 Mar 2005, 23:50
Re: Using any star for a lunarFrank Reed13 Mar 2005, 23:45
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerFrank Reed13 Mar 2005, 23:35
Re: Using any star for a lunarFrank Reed13 Mar 2005, 23:33
Re: Using any star for a lunarGeorge Huxtable13 Mar 2005, 09:45
Re: Using any star for a lunarAlexandre Eremenko13 Mar 2005, 05:47
Re: Date Line and KiribatiAlexandre Eremenko13 Mar 2005, 03:03
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerAlexandre Eremenko13 Mar 2005, 02:57
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerBill B13 Mar 2005, 02:13
Re: Using any star for a lunarBill B13 Mar 2005, 01:21
Re: Using any star for a lunarGeorge Huxtable12 Mar 2005, 23:38
Re: Using any star for a lunarBill B12 Mar 2005, 22:18
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerGeorge Huxtable12 Mar 2005, 18:52
Re: Using any star for a lunarGeorge Huxtable12 Mar 2005, 17:50
Re: Using any star for a lunarKen Muldrew12 Mar 2005, 15:50
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerMarc Bernstein12 Mar 2005, 14:48
Using any star for a lunarJim Thompson12 Mar 2005, 10:41
Re: Date Line and KiribatiJim Thompson12 Mar 2005, 10:26
Re: Date Line and KiribatiJim Thompson12 Mar 2005, 10:26
Re: Date Line and KiribatiFrank Reed12 Mar 2005, 04:36
Re: Destination from course and distanceFrank Reed12 Mar 2005, 04:27
Re: Date Line and KiribatiFrank Reed12 Mar 2005, 04:21
Re: Star to star angular measurement, beginnerFrank Reed12 Mar 2005, 04:16
Star to star angular measurement, beginnerBill B11 Mar 2005, 21:52
Re: Destination from course and distanceBill B11 Mar 2005, 20:33
Re: Timekeeping and sight time recordsMarc Bernstein11 Mar 2005, 17:52
Timekeeping and sight time recordsVictor Garand11 Mar 2005, 17:32
Re: Date Line and KiribatiFS11 Mar 2005, 05:02
Re: Destination from course and distanceFS11 Mar 2005, 04:51
Re: Date Line and KiribatiJim Thompson10 Mar 2005, 19:26
Re: Destination from course and distanceGeorge Huxtable10 Mar 2005, 19:26
Re: Date Line and KiribatiAlexandre Eremenko10 Mar 2005, 18:32
Date Line and KiribatiFrank Reed10 Mar 2005, 18:16
Re: Destination from course and distanceBill B10 Mar 2005, 05:53
Re: Destination from course and distanceDoug Royer10 Mar 2005, 00:09
Re: Destination from course and distanceGeorge Huxtable9 Mar 2005, 23:29
Mixter's and my radar course approvalDoug Royer9 Mar 2005, 19:47
Re: Database of Ocean current velocitiesAubrey O´Callaghan5 Mar 2005, 18:00
Re: Life cycle of a ListFrank Reed6 Mar 2005, 21:36
Re: Life cycle of a ListN S Gurnell6 Mar 2005, 14:52
Re: Life cycle of a ListRobert Gainer6 Mar 2005, 14:53
Re: Life cycle of a ListFrank Reed6 Mar 2005, 06:14
Re: Database of Ocean current velocitiesClive Sutherland4 Mar 2005, 20:08
Database of Ocean current velocitiesAubrey O´Callaghan4 Mar 2005, 15:53
Re: Double Altitudes: Prelude to Sumner's line?Henry Halboth4 Mar 2005, 14:08
Re: Ho 229Joel Jacobs4 Mar 2005, 11:36
Re: your mailAlexandre Eremenko4 Mar 2005, 06:13
(no subject)Bill B4 Mar 2005, 05:56
Re: Alex's Low Altitude LunarAlexandre Eremenko4 Mar 2005, 03:27
Re: Alex's Low Altitude LunarFrank Reed4 Mar 2005, 02:25
Re: Ho 229Frank Reed4 Mar 2005, 02:23
Ho 229Doug4 Mar 2005, 02:11
(no subject)Alexandre Eremenko3 Mar 2005, 04:04
Lunars, Occultations: Mountains on the MoonFrank Reed3 Mar 2005, 01:48
Raw sight data from trekDoug Royer2 Mar 2005, 18:38
Moon Occults Antares (March 3, ~1100 UT)Frank Reed2 Mar 2005, 06:58
Re: Double Altitudes: Prelude to Sumner's line?Frank Reed1 Mar 2005, 04:59

Index includes 197 messages.

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