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June, 2005

Index includes 376 messages. Sorted by message ID, in descending order.

                    
Re: Night Vision ScopesCharles Seitz30 Jun 2005, 01:19
Re: Night Vision ScopesRobert Eno29 Jun 2005, 22:27
Re: Night Vision ScopesGeorge Huxtable29 Jun 2005, 21:24
Re: Ocean Navigator OnlinePeter Fogg28 Jun 2005, 23:57
Re: Night Vision ScopesJosé Otavio O. de Almeida27 Jun 2005, 20:10
Re: Night Vision ScopesBrooke Clarke27 Jun 2005, 18:10
Re: Night Vision ScopesAlexandre Eremenko27 Jun 2005, 17:39
Re: Night Vision ScopesJosé Otavio O. de Almeida26 Jun 2005, 14:20
Re: Night Vision ScopesJosé Otavio O. de Almeida26 Jun 2005, 14:11
Re: Night Vision ScopesRobert Gainer26 Jun 2005, 10:40
Re: Night Vision ScopesGeorge Huxtable25 Jun 2005, 19:36
Re: sextant precision.George Huxtable25 Jun 2005, 19:26
Silicon Sea 32Mike Burkes25 Jun 2005, 22:29
Re: Silicon Sea 32Dan Hogan25 Jun 2005, 16:28
Night Vision ScopesRobert Eno24 Jun 2005, 23:39
Re: Silicon Sea 32Peter Fogg24 Jun 2005, 21:22
Re: Lunars Tables in the German Nautical AlmanacWolfgang Köberer24 Jun 2005, 10:26
Re: sextant precision.Bill B24 Jun 2005, 01:12
Re: sextant precision.Bill B23 Jun 2005, 22:45
Re: sextant precision.Bill B23 Jun 2005, 21:41
Re: sextant precision.Bill B23 Jun 2005, 21:14
Re: Pivot Line: was sextant precision.George Huxtable23 Jun 2005, 20:30
Pivot Line: was sextant precision.Robert Eno23 Jun 2005, 13:59
Re: sextant precision.George Huxtable23 Jun 2005, 08:51
Re: sextant precision.George Huxtable23 Jun 2005, 09:37
Re: sextant precision.Bill B23 Jun 2005, 02:35
Re: sextant precision.Bill B23 Jun 2005, 00:00
Re: sextant precision.Frank Reed22 Jun 2005, 10:29
Re: sextant precision.George Huxtable22 Jun 2005, 09:10
Re: micrometer and its originsGeorge Huxtable20 Jun 2005, 07:00
Re: sextant precision.Renee Mattie22 Jun 2005, 01:30
Re: sextant precision.Bill B21 Jun 2005, 21:16
(no subject)Dan Hogan21 Jun 2005, 20:20
Re: sextant precision.Bill B21 Jun 2005, 19:24
(no subject)Victor Garand21 Jun 2005, 14:52
Re: sextant precision.George Huxtable21 Jun 2005, 09:15
Re: sextant precision.Renee Mattie21 Jun 2005, 13:23
Re: sextant precision.George Huxtable20 Jun 2005, 20:57
Re: sextant precision.Frank Reed21 Jun 2005, 05:30
Re: sextant precision.Frank Reed21 Jun 2005, 05:23
Re: Lunars Tables in the German Nautical AlmanacFrank Reed21 Jun 2005, 05:19
Re: sextant precision.Frank Reed21 Jun 2005, 05:18
Re: sextant precision.Bill B20 Jun 2005, 21:08
Re: sextant precision.Geoffrey Kolbe20 Jun 2005, 17:11
Re: sextant precision.George Huxtable20 Jun 2005, 08:09
Ship positions at sea todayJim Thompson20 Jun 2005, 09:04
Re: Lunars Tables in the German Nautical AlmanacWolfgang Köberer20 Jun 2005, 08:03
Re: sextant precision.Fred Hebard20 Jun 2005, 04:00
Re: sextant precision.Robert Eno20 Jun 2005, 02:51
Re: sextant precision.Henry Halboth20 Jun 2005, 02:22
Re: sextant precision.Frank Reed20 Jun 2005, 01:05
Re: sextant precision.George Huxtable19 Jun 2005, 17:14
Lunars Tables in the German Nautical AlmanacFrank Reed19 Jun 2005, 02:24
Symmetric lunar distances TONIGHT.Frank Reed19 Jun 2005, 02:22
Re: sextant precision.Frank Reed19 Jun 2005, 02:20
Re: sextant precision.Robert Gainer18 Jun 2005, 23:40
Micrometer and its originsRobert Gainer18 Jun 2005, 23:34
Re: sextant precision.George Huxtable18 Jun 2005, 23:19
Re: sextant precision.Henry Halboth18 Jun 2005, 20:02
Sextant precision.George Huxtable18 Jun 2005, 08:53
Re: Interaction with big vessels.Espen S. Ore18 Jun 2005, 00:58
Re: Interaction with big vessels.George Huxtable17 Jun 2005, 23:30
Re: Interaction with big vessels. was: A few questions for theprosLu Abel17 Jun 2005, 21:20
Re: Interaction with big vessels. was: A few questions for theprosCarl Herzog17 Jun 2005, 20:24
Interaction with big vessels. was: A few questions for the prosGeorge Huxtable17 Jun 2005, 19:17
Re: A few questions for the prosLu Abel17 Jun 2005, 19:29
Re: Drum SextantsAlexandre Eremenko17 Jun 2005, 16:08
Re: A few questions for the prosCarl Herzog17 Jun 2005, 14:05
Re: A few questions for the prosBill B17 Jun 2005, 05:36
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed16 Jun 2005, 21:41
Ideal ConditionsRobert Eno16 Jun 2005, 20:19
Re: Drum SextantsKen Muldrew16 Jun 2005, 15:49
Re: Drum Sextants VERNIER READINGSJoel Jacobs16 Jun 2005, 12:09
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"George Huxtable16 Jun 2005, 08:42
Re: Drum SextantsPeter Fogg16 Jun 2005, 02:55
Re: Drum SextantsBill B16 Jun 2005, 01:31
Re: Drum SextantsRobert Eno15 Jun 2005, 23:15
Re: Drum SextantsFrank Reed15 Jun 2005, 22:44
Re: Drum SextantsMike Burkes15 Jun 2005, 19:48
Re: Drum SextantsRobert Eno15 Jun 2005, 19:12
Re: Drum SextantsRobert Eno15 Jun 2005, 18:16
Re: Drum SextantsRobert Gainer15 Jun 2005, 17:56
Drum SextantsMike Burkes15 Jun 2005, 17:18
Re: The first drum sextants.Alexandre Eremenko15 Jun 2005, 06:45
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Gary LaPook15 Jun 2005, 05:51
Re: MICA 2.0 ephemeris software releasedFrank Reed15 Jun 2005, 01:22
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed15 Jun 2005, 01:16
The first drum sextants.George Huxtable14 Jun 2005, 22:32
Re: A few questions for the prosBill B14 Jun 2005, 22:28
Re: A few questions for the prosCarl Herzog14 Jun 2005, 21:27
Re: A few questions for the prosDave Weilacher14 Jun 2005, 21:11
Re: A few questions for the prosLu Abel14 Jun 2005, 20:54
Re: A few questions for the prosLu Abel14 Jun 2005, 20:25
Navigation questions for the prosBill B13 Jun 2005, 20:42
Re: A few questions for the prosJared Sherman14 Jun 2005, 20:00
A few questions for the prosBill B14 Jun 2005, 19:30
MICA 2.0 ephemeris software releasedPaul Hirose14 Jun 2005, 19:22
Re: C.Plath on EbayCourtney Thomas13 Jun 2005, 14:07
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"George Huxtable13 Jun 2005, 11:10
Re: TLA deficiencyAlexandre Eremenko13 Jun 2005, 09:20
Re: C.Plath on EbayAlexandre Eremenko13 Jun 2005, 09:13
Re: Plastic sextants. was: GPS shortcomings.Bill B13 Jun 2005, 05:17
Re: Plastic vs MetalLu Abel12 Jun 2005, 02:54
Re: GPS shortcomings.Robert Eno12 Jun 2005, 02:14
Re: EacPeter Fogg11 Jun 2005, 23:19
Re: EacFrank Reed11 Jun 2005, 21:52
Re: GPS shortcomings.Frank Reed11 Jun 2005, 21:41
Re: GPS shortcomings.Robert Gainer11 Jun 2005, 18:38
Re: GPS shortcomings.Jared Sherman11 Jun 2005, 15:22
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel11 Jun 2005, 15:21
Re: EacPeter Fogg11 Jun 2005, 09:14
Re: The lost expedition of La PerousePeter Fogg11 Jun 2005, 08:32
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseFrank Reed11 Jun 2005, 08:03
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.George Huxtable11 Jun 2005, 07:30
Re: The lost expedition of La PerousePeter Fogg11 Jun 2005, 07:46
EACPeter Fogg11 Jun 2005, 07:40
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceFrank Reed11 Jun 2005, 07:11
Re: Plastic sextants. was: GPS shortcomings.Frank Reed11 Jun 2005, 07:09
Re: GPS shortcomings.Frank Reed11 Jun 2005, 07:08
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseFrank Reed11 Jun 2005, 07:05
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseFrank Reed11 Jun 2005, 07:05
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed11 Jun 2005, 07:03
Re: Weems & Plath SextantRobert Eno11 Jun 2005, 05:17
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Bill B11 Jun 2005, 04:30
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Chuck Taylor11 Jun 2005, 02:32
Re: Weems & Plath SextantJim11 Jun 2005, 01:38
Re: Weems & Plath SextantFred Hebard11 Jun 2005, 00:48
Re: Weems & Plath SextantRobert Eno10 Jun 2005, 23:10
Re: TLA deficiencyCourtney Thomas10 Jun 2005, 23:21
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceFred Hebard10 Jun 2005, 21:15
Re: Weems & Plath SextantFred Hebard10 Jun 2005, 21:03
TLA deficiencyLu Abel10 Jun 2005, 20:49
Re: C.Plath on EbayCourtney Thomas10 Jun 2005, 21:32
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceBill B10 Jun 2005, 20:01
Re: C.Plath on EbayAlexandre Eremenko10 Jun 2005, 20:01
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceBill B10 Jun 2005, 18:23
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Robert Gainer10 Jun 2005, 17:06
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.George Huxtable10 Jun 2005, 16:19
Re: C.Plath on EbayCourtney Thomas10 Jun 2005, 14:44
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Robert Gainer10 Jun 2005, 13:20
Re: Plastic sextants. was: GPS shortcomings.John Kabel10 Jun 2005, 13:12
Re: Weems & Plath SextantRobert Eno10 Jun 2005, 12:41
Re: Weems & Plath SextantJim10 Jun 2005, 12:27
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Dave Weilacher10 Jun 2005, 12:03
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Alexandre Eremenko10 Jun 2005, 10:34
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Robert Gainer10 Jun 2005, 09:48
Re: C.Plath on EbayAlexandre Eremenko10 Jun 2005, 08:20
Re: C.Plath on EbayBill B10 Jun 2005, 07:53
Re: C.Plath on EbayAlexandre Eremenko10 Jun 2005, 07:05
Off-list: Can you help, please, Dan?George Huxtable10 Jun 2005, 06:40
C.Plath on EbayRobert Eno10 Jun 2005, 02:35
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceBill B10 Jun 2005, 02:08
Re: Plastic sextants. was: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel9 Jun 2005, 23:35
Off-list: Can you help, please, Dan?George Huxtable9 Jun 2005, 23:14
Re: Plastic sextants. was: GPS shortcomings.George Huxtable9 Jun 2005, 23:14
Re: Weems & Plath SextantFred Hebard9 Jun 2005, 21:55
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceAlexandre Eremenko9 Jun 2005, 21:49
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseAlexandre Eremenko9 Jun 2005, 21:42
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceFred Hebard9 Jun 2005, 21:31
Weems & Plath SextantJim9 Jun 2005, 21:19
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseFred Hebard9 Jun 2005, 21:24
Re: Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.Peter Fogg9 Jun 2005, 21:16
Re: Plastic sextants. was: GPS shortcomings.Dave Weilacher9 Jun 2005, 20:49
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceAlexandre Eremenko9 Jun 2005, 20:34
Re: Plastic sextants. was: GPS shortcomings.Carl Herzog9 Jun 2005, 20:26
Plastic sextants. was: GPS shortcomings.George Huxtable9 Jun 2005, 20:13
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceBill B9 Jun 2005, 18:46
Astra altenrative? Was: GPS shortcomings.Alexandre Eremenko9 Jun 2005, 17:45
Plastic sextants and prejudice. was: GPS shortcomings.George Huxtable9 Jun 2005, 15:30
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseGeorge Huxtable9 Jun 2005, 15:30
Re: GPS shortcomings.Carl Herzog9 Jun 2005, 15:16
Re: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel9 Jun 2005, 15:11
Latitude and Longitude by "noon sight"Henry Halboth9 Jun 2005, 15:09
Re: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel9 Jun 2005, 15:01
Re: GPS shortcomings.Dan Allen9 Jun 2005, 15:01
Re: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel9 Jun 2005, 14:36
Re: GPS shortcomings.John Kabel9 Jun 2005, 12:27
Re: GPS shortcomings.Richard B. Langley9 Jun 2005, 12:23
Re: GPS shortcomings.Robert Eno9 Jun 2005, 12:00
Re: GPS shortcomings.Peter Fogg9 Jun 2005, 07:00
Re: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel9 Jun 2005, 05:05
Re: GPS shortcomings.Courtney Thomas9 Jun 2005, 04:43
Re: GPS shortcomings.Dan Allen9 Jun 2005, 02:46
Re: GPS shortcomings.Brooke Clarke9 Jun 2005, 01:51
Re: GPS shortcomings.Courtney Thomas9 Jun 2005, 02:28
Re: GPS shortcomings.Peter Fogg9 Jun 2005, 00:22
Re: GPS shortcomings.Peter Fogg9 Jun 2005, 00:13
Re: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel8 Jun 2005, 23:41
Re: Long and Time at SeaJim Thompson8 Jun 2005, 23:20
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileJim Thompson8 Jun 2005, 22:46
Re: GPS shortcomings.Peter Fogg8 Jun 2005, 22:23
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Peter Fogg8 Jun 2005, 22:13
Re: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel8 Jun 2005, 21:58
Re: GPS shortcomings.Fred Hebard8 Jun 2005, 21:40
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseFred Hebard8 Jun 2005, 21:25
Re: GPS shortcomings.Brooke Clarke8 Jun 2005, 21:19
Re: GPS shortcomings.Carl Herzog8 Jun 2005, 21:06
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Peter Fogg8 Jun 2005, 21:01
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseAlexandre Eremenko8 Jun 2005, 20:10
Re: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel8 Jun 2005, 20:01
Re: GPS shortcomings.Richard B. Langley8 Jun 2005, 19:52
Re: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel8 Jun 2005, 19:50
Re: GPS shortcomings.Lu Abel8 Jun 2005, 19:35
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseGeorge Huxtable8 Jun 2005, 18:29
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseMarc Bernstein8 Jun 2005, 17:05
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseGeorge Huxtable8 Jun 2005, 17:03
Re: Northing correction to Noon longitudes.George Huxtable8 Jun 2005, 16:58
Re: About a fine book (and avoiding risk).Marc Bernstein8 Jun 2005, 15:56
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseMarc Bernstein8 Jun 2005, 15:28
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Courtney Thomas8 Jun 2005, 13:14
Re: About a fine book (and avoiding risk).Robert Eno8 Jun 2005, 11:48
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Courtney Thomas8 Jun 2005, 12:54
Re: A Sextant and a Vickers VimyRobert Eno8 Jun 2005, 11:18
About a fine book (and avoiding risk).George Huxtable8 Jun 2005, 11:02
GPS shortcomings.George Huxtable8 Jun 2005, 11:02
Re: Northing correction to Noon longitudes.George Huxtable8 Jun 2005, 11:02
Re: The lost expedition of La PerouseGeorge Huxtable8 Jun 2005, 11:02
Re: The lost expedition of La PerousePeter Fogg8 Jun 2005, 05:12
A Sextant and a Vickers VimyFrank Reed8 Jun 2005, 04:45
The lost expedition of La PerouseFrank Reed8 Jun 2005, 04:44
Fairchild Aircraft SextantRobert Eno8 Jun 2005, 03:48
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileRobert Eno8 Jun 2005, 03:35
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Peter Fogg8 Jun 2005, 03:34
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Peter Fogg8 Jun 2005, 03:28
Re: Sun, distances and self-confidenceFred Hebard8 Jun 2005, 03:23
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Fred Hebard8 Jun 2005, 02:44
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Lu Abel8 Jun 2005, 02:08
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileRobert Eno8 Jun 2005, 01:54
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Lu Abel8 Jun 2005, 01:47
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileFred Hebard8 Jun 2005, 00:44
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Jared Sherman7 Jun 2005, 23:42
Re: Northing correction to Noon longitudes.Peter Fogg7 Jun 2005, 22:52
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Brooke Clarke7 Jun 2005, 22:09
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Peter Fogg7 Jun 2005, 21:53
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileLu Abel7 Jun 2005, 21:14
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Robert Eno7 Jun 2005, 16:57
Re: Northing correction to Noon longitudes.Henry Halboth7 Jun 2005, 18:17
Sun, distances and self-confidenceAlexandre Eremenko7 Jun 2005, 17:40
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileCarl Herzog7 Jun 2005, 17:29
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Robert Gainer7 Jun 2005, 17:17
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Lu Abel7 Jun 2005, 16:36
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Lu Abel7 Jun 2005, 16:32
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Lu Abel7 Jun 2005, 16:19
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileJohn Kabel7 Jun 2005, 16:19
Re: Northing correction to Noon longitudes.Bill Noyce7 Jun 2005, 16:18
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileJared Sherman7 Jun 2005, 15:31
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileDave Weilacher7 Jun 2005, 15:33
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileDan Allen7 Jun 2005, 15:31
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileCarl Herzog7 Jun 2005, 15:22
Re: Abbreviation of Nautical MileDan Allen7 Jun 2005, 15:02
Abbreviation of Nautical MileJohn Kabel7 Jun 2005, 14:58
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Bill Noyce7 Jun 2005, 14:35
Re: Corrections for speed and bearingGeorge Huxtable7 Jun 2005, 14:09
Re: Northing correction to Noon longitudes.George Huxtable7 Jun 2005, 14:09
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"George Huxtable7 Jun 2005, 14:09
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Henry Halboth7 Jun 2005, 13:28
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Robert Gainer7 Jun 2005, 09:52
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Peter Fogg7 Jun 2005, 05:47
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Peter Fogg7 Jun 2005, 04:05
Re: Position from a Clock with Photo DiodeBrooke Clarke7 Jun 2005, 03:20
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Frank Reed7 Jun 2005, 03:02
Re: Position from a Clock with Photo DiodeFrank Reed7 Jun 2005, 03:00
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed7 Jun 2005, 02:59
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed7 Jun 2005, 02:58
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed7 Jun 2005, 02:56
Re: Latitude + Longitude @ NoonFrank Reed7 Jun 2005, 02:55
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed7 Jun 2005, 02:53
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed7 Jun 2005, 02:53
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed7 Jun 2005, 02:53
Re: Corrections for speed and bearingFrank Reed7 Jun 2005, 02:50
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed7 Jun 2005, 02:49
Re: Position from a Clock with Photo DiodeBrooke Clarke6 Jun 2005, 22:36
Re: Position from a Clock with Photo DiodePeter Fogg6 Jun 2005, 22:00
Re: Long and Time at SeaJohn Kabel6 Jun 2005, 20:03
Re: Long and Time at SeaLu Abel6 Jun 2005, 18:54
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Henry Halboth6 Jun 2005, 17:50
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Joel Jacobs6 Jun 2005, 17:24
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Lu Abel6 Jun 2005, 17:03
Re: Latitude + Longitude @ NoonGeorge Huxtable6 Jun 2005, 17:02
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Joel Jacobs6 Jun 2005, 16:45
Position from a Clock with Photo DiodeBrooke Clarke6 Jun 2005, 16:30
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Joel Jacobs6 Jun 2005, 16:18
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Susan Johnson6 Jun 2005, 16:12
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Joel Jacobs6 Jun 2005, 16:10
Re: What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Marc Bernstein6 Jun 2005, 15:42
What do offshore recreational navigators really do?Lu Abel6 Jun 2005, 15:18
Re: Latitude + Longitude @ NoonHenry Halboth6 Jun 2005, 14:36
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Robert Eno6 Jun 2005, 12:35
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Henry Halboth6 Jun 2005, 14:07
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Joel Jacobs6 Jun 2005, 12:54
Re: Latitude + Longitude @ NoonGeorge Huxtable6 Jun 2005, 10:42
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Jim Thompson6 Jun 2005, 09:39
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Lu Abel6 Jun 2005, 04:08
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Lu Abel6 Jun 2005, 03:45
Re: transit vernier "least count"!Paul Hirose6 Jun 2005, 03:28
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Fred Hebard6 Jun 2005, 03:06
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Henry Halboth6 Jun 2005, 02:58
Re: Vertical vernier "least count"!Peter Fogg6 Jun 2005, 00:41
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Robert Eno5 Jun 2005, 23:32
Vertical vernier "least count"!Mike Burkes6 Jun 2005, 00:25
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Henry Halboth5 Jun 2005, 19:44
Re: Latitude + Longitude @ NoonFred Hebard5 Jun 2005, 19:19
Re: Latitude + Longitude @ NoonHenry Halboth5 Jun 2005, 19:11
Re: Linear Regression In ReversePeter Fogg5 Jun 2005, 18:30
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Charles Seitz5 Jun 2005, 18:13
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Fred Hebard5 Jun 2005, 15:42
Corrections for speed and bearingRobert Eno5 Jun 2005, 14:32
Re: Northing correction to Noon longitudes. was: [NAV-L] Latitudeand Longitude by "Noon Sun"George Huxtable5 Jun 2005, 14:51
Re: Linear Regression In ReverseGeorge Huxtable5 Jun 2005, 14:50
Re: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"George Huxtable5 Jun 2005, 14:50
Reverse Linear RegressionPeter Fogg5 Jun 2005, 03:24
FW: Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Peter Fogg5 Jun 2005, 03:06
Re: Long and Time at SeaGary LaPook5 Jun 2005, 01:45
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeFred Hebard5 Jun 2005, 01:00
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeFrank Reed5 Jun 2005, 00:42
Latitude and Longitude by "Noon Sun"Frank Reed4 Jun 2005, 23:54
Re: Long and Time at SeaGeorge Huxtable4 Jun 2005, 23:54
Linear Regression In ReversePeter Fogg4 Jun 2005, 22:08
Re: Long and Time at SeaLu Abel4 Jun 2005, 20:56
Long and Time at SeaGordon Talge4 Jun 2005, 18:52
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeGeorge Huxtable4 Jun 2005, 18:47
Re: Time-sights. Was: suggestion for a satisfactory celnavnarrativeGeorge Huxtable4 Jun 2005, 18:16
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeHenry Halboth4 Jun 2005, 17:50
Re: The elegant 2 body fixPeter Fogg4 Jun 2005, 15:54
Not bad, just usefulPeter Fogg4 Jun 2005, 15:50
Re: The elegant 2 body fixFred Hebard4 Jun 2005, 15:30
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeGeorge Huxtable4 Jun 2005, 15:31
The elegant 2 body fixPeter Fogg4 Jun 2005, 14:52
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeJoel Jacobs4 Jun 2005, 13:50
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeJoel Jacobs4 Jun 2005, 13:15
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeFred Hebard4 Jun 2005, 12:28
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativePeter Fogg4 Jun 2005, 09:56
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeGeorge Huxtable4 Jun 2005, 07:41
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeCourtney Thomas3 Jun 2005, 21:45
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeRobert Gainer3 Jun 2005, 20:08
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeFred Hebard3 Jun 2005, 17:10
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeBill Noyce3 Jun 2005, 16:26
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeCourtney Thomas3 Jun 2005, 17:35
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeCourtney Thomas3 Jun 2005, 17:30
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeSusan Johnson3 Jun 2005, 16:00
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeCourtney Thomas3 Jun 2005, 15:37
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeJohn Kabel3 Jun 2005, 13:56
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeDave Weilacher3 Jun 2005, 13:13
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeGeorge Huxtable3 Jun 2005, 12:58
UTC: its history & futurePaul Hirose3 Jun 2005, 06:51
Longitude by lunar altitudes (1854)Frank Reed3 Jun 2005, 04:27
Re: Transatlantic cableAlexandre Eremenko2 Jun 2005, 19:06
Re: Time sights and telegraphic cables.Lu Abel2 Jun 2005, 17:44
Re: Transatlantic cableKen James2 Jun 2005, 17:18
Time sights and telegraphic cables.George Huxtable2 Jun 2005, 17:11
Transatlantic cableAlexandre Eremenko2 Jun 2005, 09:20
Re: Integrating marine sextantAlexandre Eremenko2 Jun 2005, 07:27
Re: Integrating marine sextantFederico Rossi2 Jun 2005, 07:14
Re: Time sightsLu Abel2 Jun 2005, 03:36
Re: Time sightsLu Abel2 Jun 2005, 03:30
Re: Time sightsPaul Hirose2 Jun 2005, 03:22
Re: Integrating marine sextantHerbert Prinz2 Jun 2005, 02:51
Re: Integrating marine sextantJared Sherman1 Jun 2005, 23:55
Re: Integrating marine sextantRobert Gainer1 Jun 2005, 23:09
Re: Integrating marine sextantAlexandre Eremenko1 Jun 2005, 21:14
Re: Integrating marine sextantRobert Gainer1 Jun 2005, 20:35
Integrating marine sextantAlexandre Eremenko1 Jun 2005, 18:50
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeCourtney Thomas1 Jun 2005, 19:30
Re: Time sightsFred Hebard1 Jun 2005, 18:19
Re: Time sightsAlexandre Eremenko1 Jun 2005, 18:06
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeAndrew Corl1 Jun 2005, 17:47
Re: Time sightsFred Hebard1 Jun 2005, 17:37
Re: Time sightsAlexandre Eremenko1 Jun 2005, 15:28
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeCourtney Thomas1 Jun 2005, 16:07
Re: Time sightsHenry Halboth1 Jun 2005, 14:47
Time sightsFred Hebard1 Jun 2005, 13:52
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeCourtney Thomas1 Jun 2005, 14:15
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeJim Thompson1 Jun 2005, 10:06
Re: A calendar questionEspen S. Ore1 Jun 2005, 08:28
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeFrank Reed1 Jun 2005, 02:32
Re: suggestion for a satisfactory celnav narrativeJohn Kabel1 Jun 2005, 02:04

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