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September, 2009

Index includes 348 messages. Sorted by message ID, in descending order.
SubjectAuthorDate (UT)SizeID
Re: Allowing for current. was: Re:Noon sun fix exampleDouglas Denny30 Sep 2009, 23:548909g10005
Re: facing MeccaJohn H30 Sep 2009, 23:349690g10004
Re: facing MeccaGreg Rudzinski30 Sep 2009, 23:264984g10003
Re: facing MeccaLu Abel30 Sep 2009, 23:255114g10002
Re: facing MeccaJohn H30 Sep 2009, 22:296914g10001
Allowing for current. was: Re: Noonsun fix exampleGeorge Huxtable30 Sep 2009, 21:397656g10000
Re: facing MeccaDoug30 Sep 2009, 21:2410128g9999
Re: facing MeccaGeorge Huxtable30 Sep 2009, 21:006541g9998
Re: Noon sun fix exampleJeremy C30 Sep 2009, 20:3318367g9997
Re: facing Mecca There is/was a Mecca Indicator in theHZ planesRonald P Barrett30 Sep 2009, 20:279912g9996
Re: facing MeccaBrad Morris30 Sep 2009, 18:5116021g9995
Facing MeccaJohn H30 Sep 2009, 18:376971g9994
Bygrave and MHR-1 locking mechanism constructionGary LaPook30 Sep 2009, 01:559758g9993
Azimuthal equidistant gridAndrew Nikitin30 Sep 2009, 01:23171135g9992
Re: Kollsman sextantDouglas Simpson30 Sep 2009, 00:0514480g9991
Re: Kollsman sextantWerner Luehmann29 Sep 2009, 16:558970g9990
Re: Kollsman sextantDouglas Simpson29 Sep 2009, 14:2912733g9989
Re: Kollsman sextantDouglas Simpson29 Sep 2009, 14:2710312g9988
Re: Kollsman sextantDouglas Simpson29 Sep 2009, 14:269176g9987
Re: Kollsman sextantRonald P Barrett29 Sep 2009, 13:2111781g9986
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracy, Smart, andCotter.Andrés Ruiz29 Sep 2009, 12:417425g9985
Re: Kollsman sextantGary LaPook29 Sep 2009, 11:315360g9984
Re: Kollsman sextantGary LaPook29 Sep 2009, 11:165235g9983
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracy, Smart, andCotter.George Huxtable29 Sep 2009, 10:378465g9982
Re: time of meridian passage accuracyAndrés Ruiz29 Sep 2009, 07:41121555g9981
Bubble circle sextant by G.Felsenthal and SonsDouglas Simpson29 Sep 2009, 07:136365g9980
Kollsman sextantDouglas Simpson29 Sep 2009, 07:106765g9979
VERY short tabular methodDave Walden29 Sep 2009, 02:015589g9978
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracy, Smart, andCotter.Douglas Denny29 Sep 2009, 00:0315943g9977
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyDouglas Denny28 Sep 2009, 22:369704g9976
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyJames N Wilson28 Sep 2009, 17:587064g9975
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyGary LaPook28 Sep 2009, 17:188706g9974
Re: 9471Byron Franklin28 Sep 2009, 16:2383433g9973
Vertical SextantByron Franklin28 Sep 2009, 16:1783265g9972
Re: Artificial horizon glass selectionNicolàs de Hilster28 Sep 2009, 14:095169g9971
Re: two-body computed fix. was: assumed positionsAndrés Ruiz28 Sep 2009, 12:127012g9970
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyGeorge Huxtable28 Sep 2009, 10:467398g9969
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyGary LaPook28 Sep 2009, 10:0820820g9968
Re: Artificial horizon glass selectionWolfgang Hasper28 Sep 2009, 09:597586g9967
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracy, Smart, andCotter.George Huxtable28 Sep 2009, 08:5464075g9966
Re: New Member IntroductionJoe Schultz28 Sep 2009, 05:237661g9965
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyJoe Schultz28 Sep 2009, 04:257122g9964
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyDouglas Denny27 Sep 2009, 23:4619171g9963
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyDouglas Denny27 Sep 2009, 22:307365g9962
Re: [9955]time of meridian passage accuracyPeter Hakel27 Sep 2009, 18:2410925g9961
Re: [9955]time of meridian passage accuracyGeorge Huxtable27 Sep 2009, 14:417902g9960
Re: [9955]time of meridian passage accuracyAntoine Couëtte27 Sep 2009, 12:3711539g9959
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyGeorge Huxtable27 Sep 2009, 09:369522g9958
Re: [9955]time of meridian passage accuracyGeorge Huxtable27 Sep 2009, 06:326338g9957
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyAntoine Couëtte27 Sep 2009, 01:177644g9956
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyJames N Wilson26 Sep 2009, 23:588482g9955
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyJames N Wilson27 Sep 2009, 00:047881g9954
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyPeter Fogg26 Sep 2009, 23:587099g9953
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyJohn H26 Sep 2009, 23:028591g9952
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyGeorge Huxtable26 Sep 2009, 22:417895g9951
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyDouglas Denny26 Sep 2009, 18:399541g9950
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyJeremy C26 Sep 2009, 16:4512799g9949
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyGeorge Huxtable26 Sep 2009, 16:2710882g9948
Re: DouwesPeter Hakel26 Sep 2009, 15:4614139g9947
Re: Celesticomp VPaul Jackson26 Sep 2009, 11:528081g9946
Re: DouwesWolfgang Köberer26 Sep 2009, 12:487946g9945
Re: How Many Chronometers?Douglas Denny26 Sep 2009, 10:517812g9944
Re: DouwesNicolàs de Hilster26 Sep 2009, 10:139786g9943
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook26 Sep 2009, 09:4313552g9942
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyAntoine Couëtte26 Sep 2009, 07:148061g9941
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyDouglas Denny26 Sep 2009, 06:565553g9940
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyDouglas Denny26 Sep 2009, 06:516933g9939
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyAntoine Couëtte26 Sep 2009, 06:436852g9938
Re: two-body computed fix. was: assumed positionsPeter Hakel26 Sep 2009, 02:1611870g9937
Re: two-body computed fix. was: assumed positionsJohn Karl26 Sep 2009, 02:014793g9936
Celesticomp VNavList Messages25 Sep 2009, 22:226450g9935
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyGeorge Huxtable25 Sep 2009, 23:447836g9934
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyDouglas Denny25 Sep 2009, 22:487558g9933
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyDouglas Denny25 Sep 2009, 22:2910326g9932
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyJames N Wilson25 Sep 2009, 21:227123g9931
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyPeter Hakel25 Sep 2009, 22:199818g9930
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyGeorge Huxtable25 Sep 2009, 20:466897g9929
Re: two-body computed fix. was: assumed positionsLu Abel25 Sep 2009, 20:256982g9928
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyGeorge Huxtable25 Sep 2009, 20:236978g9927
Re: two-body computed fix. was: assumed positionsGeorge Huxtable25 Sep 2009, 19:415943g9926
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte25 Sep 2009, 19:506979g9925
Two-body computed fix. was: assumed positionsGeorge Huxtable25 Sep 2009, 19:295495g9924
Re: Time of meridian passage accuracyDouglas Denny25 Sep 2009, 18:269520g9923
Artificial horizon glass selectionBruce Hamilton25 Sep 2009, 17:296980g9922
Re: Assumed positions, WAS: IN HONOR OF JEREMY...Lu Abel25 Sep 2009, 17:085812g9921
Re: Assumed positions, WAS: IN HONOR OF JEREMY...George Huxtable25 Sep 2009, 16:555581g9920
Re: Assumed positions, WAS: IN HONOR OF JEREMY...George Huxtable25 Sep 2009, 16:418102g9919
DouwesAndrés Ruiz25 Sep 2009, 12:48632569g9918
Re: Assumed positions, WAS: IN HONOR OF JEREMY...Peter Hakel25 Sep 2009, 12:2413491g9917
Re: Assumed positions, WAS: IN HONOR OF JEREMY...Antoine Couëtte25 Sep 2009, 11:1011714g9916
Re: Sextant TermsNicolàs de Hilster25 Sep 2009, 08:5865781g9915
Time of meridian passage accuracyAndrés Ruiz25 Sep 2009, 07:2511276g9914
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAndrés Ruiz25 Sep 2009, 06:5210072g9913
Re: New Member IntroductionAntoine Couëtte25 Sep 2009, 06:057746g9912
Re: Sextant TermsGeoffrey Kolbe25 Sep 2009, 05:537395g9911
New Member IntroductionJoe Schultz25 Sep 2009, 03:087503g9910
Re: Sextant & PaintingJohn Karl25 Sep 2009, 02:124407g9909
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte24 Sep 2009, 23:136967g9908
Re: Sextant TermsGeorge Huxtable24 Sep 2009, 22:14139233g9907
Re: checking the magnetic compassByron Franklin24 Sep 2009, 21:568580g9906
Re: Sextant TermsNicolàs de Hilster24 Sep 2009, 20:417642g9905
Re: MHR1 dimensions and detailsGary LaPook24 Sep 2009, 20:228370g9904
MHR1 dimensions and detailsWolfgang Hasper24 Sep 2009, 19:599676g9903
Re: Noon sun fix exampleHewitt Schlereth24 Sep 2009, 16:1114265g9902
Re: How Many Chronometers?Douglas Denny24 Sep 2009, 15:589640g9901
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H24 Sep 2009, 14:5112668g9900
Re: checking the magnetic compassAntoine Couëtte24 Sep 2009, 14:457388g9899
Re: Standing over Giants' shoulders (Was ExerciseLunar Distance with Mercury)Peter Hakel24 Sep 2009, 14:289252g9898
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAndrés Ruiz24 Sep 2009, 14:26196982g9897
Re: How Many Chronometers?Douglas Denny24 Sep 2009, 12:4910479g9896
Re: Standing over Giants' shoulders (Was ExerciseLunar Distance with Mercury)Antoine Couëtte24 Sep 2009, 10:1811864g9895
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook24 Sep 2009, 07:1227565g9894
Sextant & PaintingAndrés Ruiz24 Sep 2009, 06:32170711g9893
Re: checking the magnetic compassBruce Hamilton24 Sep 2009, 02:366679g9892
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryJeremy C24 Sep 2009, 00:5314988g9891
Re: Star Fix statisticsJeremy C24 Sep 2009, 00:4912396g9890
Checking the magnetic compassJeremy C24 Sep 2009, 00:3910698g9889
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryBrad Morris23 Sep 2009, 23:119584g9888
Re: Star Fix statisticsGreg Rudzinski23 Sep 2009, 23:075453g9887
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryJeremy C23 Sep 2009, 22:567764g9886
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryJeremy C23 Sep 2009, 22:5236083g9885
Re: Noon sun fix exampleJeremy C23 Sep 2009, 22:4012551g9884
Re: How Many Chronometers?Jeremy C23 Sep 2009, 22:4015803g9883
Star Fix statisticsJeremy C23 Sep 2009, 22:408061g9882
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryGeorge Huxtable23 Sep 2009, 19:119284g9881
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryGeorge Huxtable23 Sep 2009, 17:309557g9880
Assumed positions, WAS: IN HONOR OF JEREMY...Peter Hakel23 Sep 2009, 16:1812870g9879
Re: Rising sea? Sinking land? Whichever, pacificatolls are disappearingKen Muldrew23 Sep 2009, 15:578106g9878
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAndrés Ruiz23 Sep 2009, 14:47420974g9877
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryAntoine Couëtte23 Sep 2009, 10:079092g9876
Re: Flight 19 routeGary LaPook23 Sep 2009, 09:059803g9875
Re: Rising sea? Sinking land? Whichever, pacific atolls are disappearingPeter Fogg23 Sep 2009, 08:349565g9874
Re: Rising sea? Sinking land? Whichever, pacificatolls are disappearingFrank Reed23 Sep 2009, 08:227082g9873
Re: How Many Chronometers?Frank Reed23 Sep 2009, 08:065762g9872
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryFrank Reed23 Sep 2009, 07:597339g9871
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte23 Sep 2009, 07:535498g9870
Use of a stopwatch to time celestial sightsGary LaPook23 Sep 2009, 06:11382641g9869
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryBrad Morris23 Sep 2009, 03:4917803g9868
Re: Use of a stopwatch to time celestial sightsBrad Morris23 Sep 2009, 03:3110127g9867
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationPeter Hakel23 Sep 2009, 01:0013867g9866
Re: Use of a stopwatch to time celestial sightsGreg Rudzinski22 Sep 2009, 23:097488g9865
Rising sea? Sinking land? Whichever, pacific atollsare disappearingPeter Fogg22 Sep 2009, 23:067014g9864
Re: How Many Chronometers?Lu Abel22 Sep 2009, 19:467209g9863
Re: Noon sun fix exampleHewitt Schlereth22 Sep 2009, 16:3825659g9862
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte22 Sep 2009, 16:107338g9861
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte22 Sep 2009, 15:585633g9860
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte22 Sep 2009, 15:585630g9859
Re: How Many Chronometers?Byron Franklin22 Sep 2009, 15:255882g9858
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAndrés Ruiz22 Sep 2009, 14:475849g9857
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationPeter Hakel22 Sep 2009, 14:1411203g9856
Re: Flight 19 routeGary LaPook22 Sep 2009, 13:1197105g9855
Flight 19 RouteGary LaPook22 Sep 2009, 13:0510920g9854
Re: Flight 19 routeGary LaPook22 Sep 2009, 13:0387779g9853
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte22 Sep 2009, 12:556961g9852
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte22 Sep 2009, 12:366672g9851
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte22 Sep 2009, 12:258305g9850
Use of a stopwatch to time celestial sightsGary LaPook22 Sep 2009, 10:489203g9849
Re: Longitude by altitudes. was Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook22 Sep 2009, 10:4111337g9848
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook22 Sep 2009, 09:3911841g9847
Re: How Many Chronometers?George Huxtable22 Sep 2009, 08:559503g9846
Re: How Many Chronometers?NavList Messages22 Sep 2009, 05:468476g9845
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationPeter Hakel22 Sep 2009, 00:4610914g9844
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook21 Sep 2009, 19:4825749g9843
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H21 Sep 2009, 19:537924g9842
Re: How Many Chronometers?Greg Rudzinski21 Sep 2009, 19:4512577g9841
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationGeorge Huxtable21 Sep 2009, 17:307251g9840
Re: How Many Chronometers?Wolfgang Hasper21 Sep 2009, 17:1112411g9839
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationPeter Hakel21 Sep 2009, 16:1520944g9838
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte21 Sep 2009, 10:376733g9837
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And On...Jeremy C21 Sep 2009, 09:5917481g9836
Re: Noon sun fix exampleJeremy C21 Sep 2009, 09:498346g9835
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte21 Sep 2009, 09:346755g9834
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte21 Sep 2009, 06:2710400g9833
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationPeter Hakel21 Sep 2009, 03:2811677g9832
News items about navigationFrank Reed21 Sep 2009, 03:028289g9831
Article on Joshua SlocumFrank Reed21 Sep 2009, 02:205913g9830
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H20 Sep 2009, 21:596801g9829
Re: How Many Chronometers?Michael Dorl20 Sep 2009, 21:438020g9828
Re: In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : Oneupper And One Lower CulminationPeter Hakel20 Sep 2009, 21:2911658g9827
Re: Alhena Lunar exerciseAntoine Couëtte20 Sep 2009, 20:507937g9826
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook20 Sep 2009, 20:1790853g9825
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook20 Sep 2009, 19:5589873g9824
In Honor Of Jeremy Two Stars Full Lan's : One Upperand One Lower CulminationAntoine Couëtte20 Sep 2009, 19:3010592g9823
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook20 Sep 2009, 19:218731g9822
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook20 Sep 2009, 19:118332g9821
Alhena Lunar exerciseJeremy C20 Sep 2009, 19:108437g9820
Re: [9686] compass pointsJeremy C20 Sep 2009, 18:268575g9819
Re: Flight 19 routePaul Hirose20 Sep 2009, 18:147644g9818
Re: Exercise: Lower TransitAntoine Couëtte20 Sep 2009, 18:087592g9817
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryAntoine Couëtte20 Sep 2009, 16:4816515g9816
Re: How Many Chronometers?Philip Lange20 Sep 2009, 13:387000g9815
Re: Mapping softwareVic Fraenckel20 Sep 2009, 10:114675g9814
Re: How Many Chronometers?Bruce Hamilton20 Sep 2009, 09:366246g9813
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook20 Sep 2009, 08:40103899g9812
Re: Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryPeter Hakel19 Sep 2009, 23:3413894g9811
Re: Exercise: Lower TransitJeremy C19 Sep 2009, 23:1814685g9810
Re: Exercise: Lower TransitPeter Hakel19 Sep 2009, 22:569932g9809
Re: typical standard deviation?George Huxtable19 Sep 2009, 22:2810830g9808
Exercise Lunar Distance with MercuryJeremy C19 Sep 2009, 22:088408g9807
Exercise: Lower TransitJeremy C19 Sep 2009, 22:087895g9806
Re: How Many Chronometers?Byron Franklin19 Sep 2009, 22:086141g9805
Re: typical standard deviation?Henry Halboth19 Sep 2009, 19:0138943g9804
Re: Noon sun fix exampleHewitt Schlereth19 Sep 2009, 14:05580010g9803
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H19 Sep 2009, 12:138944g9802
Re: Mapping softwareMarcel Tschudin19 Sep 2009, 10:476862g9801
Re: Mapping softwareMarcel Tschudin19 Sep 2009, 09:528338g9800
Re: 5000 (terrestrial) navigation system?NavList Messages18 Sep 2009, 05:516756g9799
Re: How Many Chronometers?Lu Abel19 Sep 2009, 03:227045g9798
Re: How Many Chronometers?Lu Abel19 Sep 2009, 03:015780g9797
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H18 Sep 2009, 23:306938g9796
Re: How Many Chronometers?Byron Franklin18 Sep 2009, 22:545863g9795
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H18 Sep 2009, 21:086679g9794
Mapping softwareJohn H18 Sep 2009, 19:598913g9793
Re: How Many Chronometers?Byron Franklin18 Sep 2009, 17:497106g9792
Re: Noon sun fix exampleAndrés Ruiz18 Sep 2009, 14:20419382g9791
Re: Mercury Lunar helpAndrés Ruiz18 Sep 2009, 06:24122010g9790
Re: Mercury Lunar helpPeter Hakel18 Sep 2009, 05:1412071g9789
Flight 19 routePaul Hirose18 Sep 2009, 04:5211536g9788
Re: Noon sun fix examplePeter Hakel18 Sep 2009, 02:59195266g9787
Re: Mercury Lunar helpBrad Morris18 Sep 2009, 01:2316918g9786
Re: Mercury Lunar helpBrad Morris18 Sep 2009, 01:1913083g9785
Noon sun fix exampleJeremy C17 Sep 2009, 23:5210244g9784
Re: typical standard deviation?Jeremy C17 Sep 2009, 23:5234400g9783
Mercury Lunar helpJeremy C17 Sep 2009, 23:528366g9782
Re: GPS as a time authorityDouglas Denny17 Sep 2009, 23:059346g9781
Re: GPS as a time authorityWerner Luehmann17 Sep 2009, 17:428500g9780
Re: How Many Chronometers?George Huxtable17 Sep 2009, 10:1110135g9779
Re: 5000 (terrestrial) navigation system?Douglas Denny17 Sep 2009, 10:0910379g9778
Re: 5000 (terrestrial) navigation system?George Huxtable17 Sep 2009, 08:578183g9777
Re: GPS as a time authorityDouglas Denny17 Sep 2009, 07:548053g9776
Re: 5000 (terrestrial) navigation system?Brad Morris17 Sep 2009, 02:237447g9775
Re: GPS as a time authorityLu Abel17 Sep 2009, 01:318766g9774
5000 (terrestrial) navigation system?Lu Abel17 Sep 2009, 00:3888072g9773
Re: GPS as a time authorityDouglas Denny16 Sep 2009, 23:588746g9772
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H16 Sep 2009, 22:217753g9771
Re: On LOPsByron Franklin16 Sep 2009, 22:04261740g9770
Re: GPS as a time authorityThomas Kleemann16 Sep 2009, 21:367214g9769
Re: How Many Chronometers?Greg R_16 Sep 2009, 20:1420139g9768
Re: How Many Chronometers?Brad Morris16 Sep 2009, 19:1735178g9767
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook16 Sep 2009, 17:3730893g9766
Re: GPS as a time authorityDouglas Denny16 Sep 2009, 16:5112413g9765
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H16 Sep 2009, 14:118782g9764
Re: GPS as a time authorityPhilip Lange16 Sep 2009, 13:275045g9763
Re: GPS as a time authorityPeter Smith16 Sep 2009, 12:586709g9762
Re: GPS as a time authorityRichard B. Langley16 Sep 2009, 12:217472g9761
Re: How Many Chronometers?George Huxtable16 Sep 2009, 07:3714711g9760
Re: GPS as a time authorityBrad Morris16 Sep 2009, 03:5211272g9759
Re: How Many Chronometers?Tom Sult16 Sep 2009, 00:5010394g9758
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook16 Sep 2009, 00:3418399g9757
Re: GPS as a time authorityJ Parsons15 Sep 2009, 21:575897g9756
Re: GPS as a time authorityC Sellars15 Sep 2009, 20:065921g9755
Re: GPS as a time authorityPeter Smith15 Sep 2009, 20:178615g9754
Re: GPS as a time authorityDouglas Denny15 Sep 2009, 19:306276g9753
Re: GPS as a time authorityDouglas Denny15 Sep 2009, 19:179778g9752
Re: GPS as a time authorityRichard B. Langley15 Sep 2009, 18:547590g9751
Re: GPS as a time authorityPeter Smith15 Sep 2009, 18:319160g9750
Re: How Many Chronometers?Werner Luehmann15 Sep 2009, 18:3111352g9749
Re: GPS as a time authorityLu Abel15 Sep 2009, 18:257162g9748
Re: GPS as a time authorityAntoine Couëtte15 Sep 2009, 18:206097g9747
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook15 Sep 2009, 18:137759g9746
Re: GPS as a time authorityLu Abel15 Sep 2009, 18:065708g9745
Re: GPS as a time authorityGeorge Huxtable15 Sep 2009, 18:019562g9744
Re: How Many Chronometers?Greg Rudzinski15 Sep 2009, 17:565152g9743
Re: How Many Chronometers?Greg Rudzinski15 Sep 2009, 17:488430g9742
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H15 Sep 2009, 17:427514g9741
Re: How Many Chronometers?Greg Rudzinski15 Sep 2009, 17:407664g9740
Re: GPS as a time authorityDouglas Denny15 Sep 2009, 17:269739g9739
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook15 Sep 2009, 17:249403g9738
Re: How Many Chronometers?Werner Luehmann15 Sep 2009, 17:218375g9737
Re: GPS as a time authorityLu Abel15 Sep 2009, 17:1812711g9736
Re: GPS as a time authorityRichard B. Langley15 Sep 2009, 17:149133g9735
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook15 Sep 2009, 17:068084g9734
Re: GPS as a time authorityLu Abel15 Sep 2009, 16:527173g9733
Re: How Many Chronometers?Lu Abel15 Sep 2009, 16:0914175g9732
Re: GPS as a time authorityAntoine Couëtte15 Sep 2009, 15:427168g9731
Re: How Many Chronometers?John H15 Sep 2009, 13:408064g9730
Felsenthal bubble circle sextantDouglas Simpson15 Sep 2009, 12:226423g9729
Re: How Many Chronometers?Tom Sult15 Sep 2009, 11:257729g9728
Re: How Many Chronometers?Tom Sult15 Sep 2009, 11:227752g9727
Re: How Many Chronometers?Frank Reed15 Sep 2009, 11:255439g9726
Re: Mystic Seaport and Don TreworgyFrank Reed15 Sep 2009, 11:245395g9725
Re: How Many Chronometers?Gary LaPook15 Sep 2009, 09:221824143g9724
Re: GPS as a time authorityLu Abel15 Sep 2009, 03:457371g9723
Mystic Seaport and Don TreworgyFrank Reed14 Sep 2009, 23:4692391g9722
Re: GPS as a time authorityJames N Wilson14 Sep 2009, 21:427455g9721
Re: On LOPsByron Franklin14 Sep 2009, 21:427079g9720
Re: GPS as a time authorityNicolàs de Hilster14 Sep 2009, 21:137993g9719
GPS as a time authorityJ Parsons14 Sep 2009, 16:056176g9718
Arctic refractionGeorge Huxtable14 Sep 2009, 08:3211106g9717
Re: Etymology of "loom"?John H13 Sep 2009, 13:538294g9716
Re: Etymology of "loom"?Bill B13 Sep 2009, 07:357017g9715
A glimpse of the sun from the other side of the bottomof the earthPeter Fogg13 Sep 2009, 02:047950g9714
Re: Etymology of "loom"?Frank Reed13 Sep 2009, 01:579533g9713
Re: Etymology of "loom"?John H12 Sep 2009, 17:328745g9712
Re: Etymology of "loom"?George Huxtable12 Sep 2009, 17:047032g9711
Re: Etymology of "loom"?John H12 Sep 2009, 16:337976g9710
Re: Etymology of "loom"?John H12 Sep 2009, 16:2411802g9709
Re: A curious WW2 german magazinePhilip Lange12 Sep 2009, 13:475591g9708
Re: A curious WW2 german magazineBill Morris11 Sep 2009, 20:257041g9707
Re: Etymology of "loom"?John H11 Sep 2009, 11:5510199g9706
A curious WW2 german magazineAndrés Ruiz11 Sep 2009, 10:0982646g9705
Re: Index Card for Trig/Log TableGary LaPook11 Sep 2009, 07:2011024g9704
Re: Etymology of "loom"?Frank Reed10 Sep 2009, 23:5112752g9703
Re: Etymology of "loom"?Andrew Corl10 Sep 2009, 22:009742g9702
Re: Index Card for Trig/Log TableGreg Rudzinski10 Sep 2009, 21:289115g9701
Re: Index Card for Trig/Log TableGeorge Huxtable10 Sep 2009, 19:318616g9700
Re: Etymology of "loom"?Gary LaPook10 Sep 2009, 17:227522g9699
Etymology of "loom"?John H10 Sep 2009, 16:127602g9698
Re: Index Card for Trig/Log TableGreg Rudzinski10 Sep 2009, 15:588909g9697
Re: Nevil Maskelyne's SignatureBrad Morris10 Sep 2009, 13:037460g9696
Re: Index Card for Trig/Log TableGreg Rudzinski10 Sep 2009, 11:308506g9695
Re: [9686] compass pointsGeorge Huxtable10 Sep 2009, 10:423899667g9694
Re: Index Card for Trig/Log TableGeorge Huxtable10 Sep 2009, 10:1510109g9693
Re: Index Card for Trig/Log TableAndrés Ruiz10 Sep 2009, 05:476859g9692
Re: Index Card for Trig/Log TableGreg Rudzinski10 Sep 2009, 00:465778g9691
Re: Index Card for Trig/Log TableHewitt Schlereth9 Sep 2009, 21:127428g9690
Re: Should I question Pliny?George Huxtable8 Sep 2009, 23:399388g9689
Re: An aircraft with a sextantPeter Fogg8 Sep 2009, 22:4910582g9688
Re: An aircraft with a sextantDerrick Young8 Sep 2009, 18:408350g9687
Compass pointsNavList Messages8 Sep 2009, 18:387104g9686
Index Card for Trig/Log TableGreg Rudzinski8 Sep 2009, 20:22533906g9685
Re: Coriolis and gyrosPeter Hakel8 Sep 2009, 18:3142373g9684
Re: Flood myth musingBrad Morris8 Sep 2009, 17:4011838g9683
Flood myth musingJohn H8 Sep 2009, 16:5312723g9682
Re: Coriolis and gyrosJohn H8 Sep 2009, 14:187633g9681
Re: Does anyone know the history of this instrument?Paul Saffo8 Sep 2009, 13:354412g9680
Re: Coriolis and gyrosGary LaPook8 Sep 2009, 10:5020498g9679
Does anyone know the history of this instrument?Bruce Hamilton8 Sep 2009, 01:206090g9678
Re: The Most Anomalous Refraction Yet or What ?W F Jones7 Sep 2009, 13:218244g9677
Re: Should I question Pliny?Frank Reed7 Sep 2009, 01:568542g9676
Re: Should I question Pliny?Frank Reed6 Sep 2009, 23:486455g9675
Re: Should I question Pliny?John H6 Sep 2009, 22:336938g9674
Bygrave and AquinoGary LaPook6 Sep 2009, 15:218049g9673
Re: Should I question Pliny?George Huxtable6 Sep 2009, 10:4711281g9672
Re: Modifacation to 2102-DByron Franklin6 Sep 2009, 00:406406g9671
9471Byron Franklin5 Sep 2009, 18:596139g9670
Re: Should I question Pliny?John H5 Sep 2009, 16:2212862g9669
Re: Should I question Pliny?Tom Sult5 Sep 2009, 11:0213091g9668
Re: Should I question Pliny?Frank Reed4 Sep 2009, 23:378351g9667
Should I question Pliny?John H4 Sep 2009, 21:4712474g9666
Re: Coriolis and gyros (second attempt)(typoscorrected)Frank Reed4 Sep 2009, 05:578431g9665
Re: Coriolis and gyrosFrank Reed4 Sep 2009, 05:5117641g9664
Re: Searching the archive.Frank Reed3 Sep 2009, 01:297474g9663
Jupiter without moonsFrank Reed2 Sep 2009, 23:055277g9662
Lunars on a whaling voyage: 1847-1850Frank Reed2 Sep 2009, 22:2010065g9661
An aircraft with a sextantFrank Reed2 Sep 2009, 20:505825g9660
Re: sea feverGreg Rudzinski1 Sep 2009, 16:096747g9659
Sea feverGeorge Huxtable1 Sep 2009, 13:017700g9658

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