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March, 2017

Index includes 264 messages. Sorted by message ID, in descending order.
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Re: Latitude and longitude around noonBruce J. Pennino25 Mar, 00:575207g38728
Re: Two 19th century octantsEd Popko24 Mar, 23:421456g38727
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerBrad Morris24 Mar, 20:353950g38726
Re: Two 19th century octants & sympiesometerNoell Wilson24 Mar, 18:342822g38725
Re: Two 19th century octantsSteven Telsey24 Mar, 12:572044g38724
Re: Two 19th century octantsSteven Telsey24 Mar, 12:541889g38723
Re: Two 19th century octantsStephen N.G. Davies24 Mar, 05:5715955g38722
Re: Two 19th century octantsBill Morris24 Mar, 04:022497g38721
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerFrank Reed24 Mar, 03:222601g38720
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerDavid C24 Mar, 00:372809g38719
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerRobert Pearson23 Mar, 23:095220g38718
Re: Two 19th century octantsBrad Morris23 Mar, 23:073596g38717
Re: Two 19th century octantsTom Sult23 Mar, 22:266352g38716
Two 19th century octantsSteven Telsey23 Mar, 21:373556g38715
NOAA invite comments on National Charting Plan.Jackson McDonald23 Mar, 21:195232g38714
Re: Sailing a Family Around the WorldFrank Reed23 Mar, 18:303228g38713
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerBrad Morris23 Mar, 15:4813873g38712
Sailing a Family Around the WorldFrank Reed23 Mar, 15:443650g38711
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerFrank Reed23 Mar, 15:175108g38710
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerStephen N.G. Davies23 Mar, 07:159959g38709
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerHenry Halboth23 Mar, 05:099914g38708
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerBrad Morris23 Mar, 03:2512181g38707
Re: Venus at inferior conjunctionFrank Reed23 Mar, 02:455367g38706
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerFrank Reed23 Mar, 02:355204g38705
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerBrad Morris22 Mar, 22:365847g38704
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerPaul Bedel22 Mar, 20:212145g38703
Re: Cape Belsham and Point Wild relocated on Chart 29104Bruce J. Pennino22 Mar, 16:375755g38702
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerBrad Morris22 Mar, 14:418037g38701
Re: H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerRobert VanderPol II22 Mar, 13:072804g38700
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Tony Oz22 Mar, 07:541898g38699
Re: CelNav on a Cruise ShipSean C22 Mar, 05:032041g38698
Re: CelNav on a Cruise ShipKen Gebhart22 Mar, 03:078565g38697
H.O. 203/204, Littlehales, Hydrographic EngineerBrad Morris22 Mar, 03:03298042g38696
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Robert VanderPol II22 Mar, 02:544990g38695
Re: CelNav on a Cruise ShipSean C22 Mar, 02:254216g38694
Re: Cape Belsham and Point Wild relocated on Chart 29104Frank Reed22 Mar, 02:153389g38693
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Frank Reed22 Mar, 01:292659g38692
Re: Cape Belsham and Point Wild relocated on Chart 29104Ed Popko21 Mar, 22:268169g38691
Re: Cape Belsham and Point Wild relocated on Chart 29104Brad Morris21 Mar, 19:249427g38690
Cape Belsham and Point Wild relocated on Chart 29104Robin Stuart21 Mar, 19:096004g38689
Re: CelNav on a Cruise ShipGary LaPook21 Mar, 17:574316g38688
Re: CelNav on a Cruise ShipEd Popko21 Mar, 16:341405g38687
Re: WWII bubble sextants and radiumGary LaPook21 Mar, 09:005855g38686
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Tony Oz21 Mar, 08:532165g38685
CelNav on a Cruise ShipSean C21 Mar, 07:512418g38684
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Robert VanderPol II21 Mar, 02:459559g38683
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Robert VanderPol II21 Mar, 02:015392g38682
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Stan K21 Mar, 01:293764g38681
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Frank Reed21 Mar, 01:166303g38680
Venus at inferior conjunctionFrank Reed21 Mar, 00:363701g38679
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Brad Morris21 Mar, 00:178368g38678
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Stan K21 Mar, 00:0715933g38677
Re: Could I have seen Mercury yesterday evening?Frank Reed20 Mar, 23:583722g38676
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Stan K20 Mar, 23:554975g38675
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Brad Morris20 Mar, 22:456657g38674
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Robert VanderPol II20 Mar, 22:3812378g38673
WWII bubble sextants and radiumChris Caswell20 Mar, 22:142564g38672
Re: Could I have seen Mercury yesterday evening?David Pike20 Mar, 20:115530g38671
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Robert VanderPol II20 Mar, 20:052152g38670
Re: Could I have seen Mercury yesterday evening?Alexandre Eremenko20 Mar, 19:223893g38669
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Stan K20 Mar, 18:553857g38668
Re: Could I have seen Mercury yesterday evening?Tony Oz20 Mar, 17:101786g38667
Re: Could I have seen Mercury yesterday evening?Frank Reed20 Mar, 14:131903g38666
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Frank Reed20 Mar, 14:106337g38665
Could I have seen Mercury yesterday evening?Tony Oz20 Mar, 12:593675g38664
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Robert VanderPol II20 Mar, 12:517722g38663
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Tony Oz20 Mar, 08:521984g38662
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Stan K20 Mar, 01:073051g38661
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Robert VanderPol II19 Mar, 14:118095g38660
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Tony Oz19 Mar, 09:542648g38659
Re: Learning celestial navigationWayne Hilliard19 Mar, 01:2121643g38658
Re: Learning celestial navigationJackson McDonald18 Mar, 22:2827545g38657
Re: Learning celestial navigationDoug MacPherson18 Mar, 21:487273g38656
Re: Learning celestial navigationStan K18 Mar, 21:016777g38655
Re: Learning celestial navigationGary LaPook18 Mar, 20:542919g38654
Re: Sight, site, citeDavid C18 Mar, 20:453410g38653
Re: Learning celestial navigationTom Regan18 Mar, 20:142887g38652
Re: Learning celestial navigationTom Regan18 Mar, 19:461573g38651
Re: Learning celestial navigationTom Regan18 Mar, 19:421430g38650
Re: Learning celestial navigationTom Regan18 Mar, 19:405093g38649
Re: Solar Eclipse Aug 21Alexandre Eremenko18 Mar, 14:083285g38648
Re: Solar Eclipse Aug 21Brad Morris18 Mar, 13:516200g38647
Re: Solar Eclipse Aug 21Paul Hirose18 Mar, 03:473422g38646
Re: Sight, site, citeRobert VanderPol II18 Mar, 03:285032g38645
Re: Definition Sight Reduction TablesKen Gebhart18 Mar, 03:248453g38644
Sight, site, citeGary LaPook18 Mar, 01:081921g38643
Re: Learning celestial navigationGary LaPook18 Mar, 01:035480g38642
Solar Eclipse Aug 21Brad Morris18 Mar, 00:125664g38641
Re: Definition Sight Reduction TablesStan K17 Mar, 22:415265g38640
Re: S-tables: where to have a look at them?Stan K17 Mar, 22:318966g38639
S-tables: where to have a look at them?Tony Oz17 Mar, 21:251673g38638
Re: Learning celestial navigationLu Abel17 Mar, 20:5210071g38637
Re: Definition Sight Reduction TablesRobert VanderPol II17 Mar, 20:373175g38636
Re: Learning celestial navigationRobert VanderPol II17 Mar, 20:2515088g38635
Re: Learning celestial navigationJohn D. Howard17 Mar, 19:572523g38634
Re: Learning celestial navigationHewitt Schlereth17 Mar, 17:3312676g38633
Definition Sight Reduction TablesMike Freeman17 Mar, 16:531963g38632
Re: Learning celestial navigationBob Goethe17 Mar, 16:373924g38631
Re: Log-scales laser-etching?Bob Goethe17 Mar, 15:551573g38630
Re: Learning celestial navigationNoell Wilson17 Mar, 15:193440g38629
Re: The flat BygraveTony Oz17 Mar, 14:153161g38628
Re: Learning celestial navigationBruce J. Pennino17 Mar, 13:5310260g38627
Log-scales laser-etching?Tony Oz17 Mar, 11:312924g38626
Re: Comparing SR methods?Michael Bradley17 Mar, 10:563901g38625
Re: Learning celestial navigationDavid C17 Mar, 06:344359g38624
Re: Learning celestial navigationAlexandre Eremenko17 Mar, 02:343170g38623
Re: Learning celestial navigationGreg Rudzinski17 Mar, 00:222343g38622
Re: Learning celestial navigationDoug MacPherson17 Mar, 00:204062g38621
Learning celestial navigationTom Regan16 Mar, 23:081705g38620
Re: Advice on Box SextantFrancis Upchurch16 Mar, 19:032771g38619
Re: Advice on Box SextantAlexandre Eremenko16 Mar, 18:102401g38618
Ultra Light CN KitGreg Rudzinski16 Mar, 15:252707g38617
Re: Advice on Box SextantRobert Eno16 Mar, 14:217870g38616
Re: New compact backup CELNAV systemTony Oz16 Mar, 09:361583g38615
Comparing SR methods?Tony Oz16 Mar, 12:413008g38614
Re: Advice on Box SextantRon Wisner15 Mar, 18:021447g38613
Re: New compact backup CELNAV systemTony Oz15 Mar, 20:591764g38612
Re: New compact backup CELNAV systemTony Oz15 Mar, 17:472301g38611
Re: CelesticompPaul Noble14 Mar, 20:521459g38610
Re: CelesticompFrank Reed14 Mar, 20:493868g38609
Re: CelesticompStan K14 Mar, 19:526503g38608
Re: CelesticompGreg Rudzinski14 Mar, 19:315247g38607
Re: CelesticompKen Gebhart14 Mar, 19:314905g38606
Re: CelesticompPaul Noble14 Mar, 16:051497g38605
Re: C.Plath Yachtsman SextantStephen N.G. Davies13 Mar, 01:218528g38604
Re: C.Plath Yachtsman SextantBill Morris12 Mar, 23:162918g38603
Re: C.Plath Yachtsman SextantBill Morris11 Mar, 23:143564g38602
Re: C.Plath Yachtsman SextantJackson McDonald11 Mar, 15:333082798g38601
Re: C.Plath Yachtsman SextantMichael Bradley11 Mar, 10:453397g38600
Re: Hong Kong sextantsTony Oz11 Mar, 08:111975g38599
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonBill Ritchie11 Mar, 04:43486844g38598
Re: C.Plath Yachtsman SextantStephen N.G. Davies11 Mar, 04:099264g38597
Re: Hong Kong sextantsStephen N.G. Davies11 Mar, 03:5912019g38596
Re: Hong Kong sextantsBill Morris11 Mar, 03:432449g38595
Re: Hong Kong sextantsJohn D. Howard11 Mar, 03:041739g38594
Re: Hong Kong sextantsTom Sult11 Mar, 02:244997g38593
Re: Hong Kong sextantsSean C11 Mar, 01:111825g38592
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonSean C11 Mar, 00:425316g38591
Hong Kong sextantsFrank Reed11 Mar, 00:222312g38590
Re: C.Plath Yachtsman SextantJohn D. Howard10 Mar, 20:251761g38589
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonGreg Rudzinski10 Mar, 17:214721g38588
C.Plath Yachtsman SextantGreg Rudzinski10 Mar, 16:532982g38587
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonBob Crawley10 Mar, 16:032091g38586
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonRafal O.10 Mar, 15:552025g38585
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonHenry Halboth10 Mar, 15:503340g38584
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonBrad Morris9 Mar, 23:344218g38583
Astron spreadsheet version 1.13 releasedPeter Hakel9 Mar, 19:0110744g38582
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonJohn D. Howard9 Mar, 17:443396g38581
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonGreg Rudzinski9 Mar, 13:091727g38580
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonRafal O.9 Mar, 12:166167g38579
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonRafal O.9 Mar, 10:481707g38578
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonRafal O.9 Mar, 07:575300g38577
Re: Aldebaran occultationLars Bergman7 Mar, 19:556058g38576
Re: Aldebaran occultationPaul Hirose7 Mar, 19:054050g38575
Re: Aldebaran occultationBrad Morris7 Mar, 18:078058g38574
Re: Aldebaran occultationFrank Reed7 Mar, 17:343949g38573
Re: Aldebaran occultationBrad Morris7 Mar, 17:2011302g38572
Re: Aldebaran occultationBrad Morris7 Mar, 16:558416g38571
Re: Getting to know a sextant.Tony Oz7 Mar, 11:463383g38570
Re: Aldebaran occultation / MICA Delta-T ErrorSean C7 Mar, 10:572712g38569
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonBill Ritchie7 Mar, 08:351199641g38568
Re: Aldebaran occultationSean C7 Mar, 06:361888g38567
Re: Aldebaran occultationFrank Reed7 Mar, 02:319299g38566
Re: Aldebaran occultationAlexandre Eremenko7 Mar, 02:263657g38565
Re: Aldebaran occultationPeter Monta6 Mar, 22:516392g38564
Re: Aldebaran occultationPaul Hirose6 Mar, 20:333659g38563
Re: Mirror adjusting wrenchPaul Kamen6 Mar, 19:401927g38562
Re: Aldebaran occultationAlexandre Eremenko6 Mar, 17:433039g38561
Re: Getting to know a sextant.Alexandre Eremenko6 Mar, 17:265435g38560
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonMichael Bradley6 Mar, 16:431632g38559
Re: Getting to know a sextant.Tony Oz6 Mar, 16:344174g38558
Re: Mirror adjusting wrenchGreg Rudzinski6 Mar, 14:404092g38557
Re: Aldebaran occultationLars Bergman6 Mar, 14:263035g38556
Re: Aldebaran occultationAlexandre Eremenko6 Mar, 13:445233g38555
Re: Aldebaran occultationAlexandre Eremenko6 Mar, 13:325805g38554
Re: Aldebaran occultationAlexandre Eremenko6 Mar, 13:273884g38553
Mirror adjusting wrenchJerry Castillo6 Mar, 11:511798g38552
Re: Aldebaran occultationSean C6 Mar, 11:383300g38551
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonFrancis Upchurch6 Mar, 06:111915g38550
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonBruce J. Pennino6 Mar, 04:455837g38549
Re: Aldebaran occultationBrad Morris6 Mar, 03:4010426g38548
Re: Aldebaran occultationPeter Monta6 Mar, 01:395630g38547
Re: Aldebaran occultationPaul Hirose6 Mar, 01:003637g38546
Re: Aldebaran occultationBrad Morris5 Mar, 23:075925g38545
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonBob Crawley5 Mar, 19:331987g38544
Re: Aldebaran occultationPaul Hirose5 Mar, 20:193256g38543
Re: Aldebaran occultationBrad Morris5 Mar, 19:067197g38542
Re: Aldebaran occultationAlexandre Eremenko5 Mar, 19:044190g38541
Re: Aldebaran occultationFrank Reed5 Mar, 18:213807g38540
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonMichael Bradley5 Mar, 16:454607g38539
Aldebaran occultationWayne Hilliard5 Mar, 12:384948g38538
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonFrancis Upchurch5 Mar, 07:142280g38537
Aldebaran occultationAlexandre Eremenko5 Mar, 05:142985g38536
Re: Occultation of Alderbaran, 4 MarchBrad Morris5 Mar, 04:346196g38535
Re: Getting to know a sextant.Tony Oz5 Mar, 00:432448g38534
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonHerman Dekker5 Mar, 00:341666g38533
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonGreg Rudzinski5 Mar, 00:114365g38532
Re: Retrograde motion of the planetsBill B4 Mar, 23:413384g38531
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonJohn D. Howard4 Mar, 23:402124g38530
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonGreg Rudzinski4 Mar, 16:592557g38529
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonLars Bergman4 Mar, 16:122004g38528
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonFrancis Upchurch4 Mar, 15:263964g38527
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonGreg Rudzinski4 Mar, 15:336433g38526
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonFrancis Upchurch4 Mar, 14:522915g38525
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonJohn D. Howard4 Mar, 14:492484g38524
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonHerman Dekker4 Mar, 11:231769g38523
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonFrancis Upchurch4 Mar, 08:592175g38522
Re: Versions of Dreisonstok, H.O. 208Bruce J. Pennino4 Mar, 00:016689g38521
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsFrancis Upchurch3 Mar, 22:162069g38520
Re: Retrograde motion of the planetsFrank Reed3 Mar, 22:152160g38519
Re: Retrograde motion of the planetsBill B3 Mar, 22:033174g38518
Re: Versions of Dreisonstok, H.O. 208Peter B3 Mar, 21:581774g38517
Re: Retrograde motion of the planetsBill B3 Mar, 21:393979g38516
Re: Versions of Dreisonstok, H.O. 208Noell Wilson3 Mar, 21:103150g38515
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsRobert VanderPol II3 Mar, 21:082274g38514
Re: Versions of Dreisonstok, H.O. 208Robert Pearson3 Mar, 20:337742g38513
Re: Could navigation be simpler??John D. Howard3 Mar, 20:281771g38512
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsBill Lionheart3 Mar, 19:465504g38511
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonFrank Reed3 Mar, 19:061970g38510
Could navigation be simpler??Lu Abel3 Mar, 18:333606g38509
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsFrank Reed3 Mar, 18:277949g38508
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsLu Abel3 Mar, 17:513303g38507
Re: Retrograde motion of the planetsPeter B3 Mar, 17:285591g38506
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonFrancis Upchurch3 Mar, 17:273483g38505
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsLu Abel3 Mar, 17:053613g38504
Re: Versions of Dreisonstok, H.O. 208Greg Rudzinski3 Mar, 13:532292g38503
Re: Retrograde motion of the planetsSteve E. Bryant3 Mar, 08:451652g38502
Re: Retrograde motion of the planetsSteve E. Bryant3 Mar, 07:588015g38501
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsBill Lionheart3 Mar, 08:1111332g38500
Re: Retrograde motion of the planetsSean C3 Mar, 07:081988g38499
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsGary LaPook3 Mar, 06:181647g38498
Re: Versions of Dreisonstok, H.O. 208Gary LaPook3 Mar, 06:162532g38497
Retrograde motion of the planetsSteve E. Bryant3 Mar, 04:472733g38496
Versions of Dreisonstok, H.O. 208Peter B3 Mar, 03:3310524g38495
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsFrank Reed3 Mar, 03:005073g38494
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsFrank Reed3 Mar, 02:2911130g38493
Collection of books about chronometers, etc.Jackson McDonald3 Mar, 00:4810706g38492
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonJohn D. Howard2 Mar, 23:391603g38491
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonJohn D. Howard2 Mar, 23:331977g38490
Re: The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsLu Abel2 Mar, 23:328566g38489
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonPeter Hakel2 Mar, 23:214300g38488
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonGreg Rudzinski2 Mar, 22:492077g38487
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonRobert VanderPol II2 Mar, 22:291322g38486
Re: Latitude and longitude around noonHerman Dekker2 Mar, 22:171890g38485
Latitude and longitude around noonFrank Reed2 Mar, 21:253523g38484
Re: Stars could have saved themTom Sult2 Mar, 21:196507g38483
Re: Stars could have saved themJohn D. Howard2 Mar, 18:383095g38482
Stars could have saved themFrank Reed2 Mar, 15:524720g38481
Re: Weir's Azimuth DiagtamBob Crawley2 Mar, 14:331800g38480
Occultation of Alderbaran, 4 MarchBrad Morris2 Mar, 12:514515g38479
Re: Symmedian talkBill Lionheart2 Mar, 10:513267g38478
Re: Symmedian talkGary LaPook2 Mar, 07:393425g38477
The perils of going to sea relying on a minimum of modern electronicsDavid Pike2 Mar, 09:331997g38476
Re: Symmedian talkHewitt Schlereth2 Mar, 02:356359g38475
Re: Getting to know a sextant.Frank Reed2 Mar, 01:202244g38474
Re: Symmedian talkGary LaPook2 Mar, 00:103240g38473
Re: How do you memorise the stars' names?Andrew Nikitin1 Mar, 23:322976g38472
Re: Getting to know a sextant.Bob Crawley1 Mar, 19:322986g38471
Re: How do you memorise the stars' names?Bob Goethe1 Mar, 18:0410621g38470
Re: Symmedian talkBill Lionheart1 Mar, 16:534952g38469
Re: How do you memorise the stars' names?Robin Stuart1 Mar, 15:213081g38468
Re: Symmedian talkGeoffrey Butt1 Mar, 15:023041g38467
Re: How do you memorise the stars' names?Tony Oz1 Mar, 09:252801g38466
Re: How do you memorise the stars' names?Robert VanderPol II1 Mar, 04:163229g38465

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