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July, 2018

Index includes 153 messages. Sorted by message ID, in descending order.
SubjectAuthorDate (UT)SizeID
GNSS launchesFrank Reed31 Jul, 17:221826g42479
Re: "Horns" of the Moon are relatively horizontal?Tony Oz31 Jul, 15:442521g42478
Re: François Coudraye, anyone?Roger W. Sinnott31 Jul, 12:563278g42477
Re: "Horns" of the Moon are relatively horizontal?Tony Oz31 Jul, 09:032031g42476
Re: François Coudraye, anyone?Frank Reed31 Jul, 02:5310370g42475
Re: François Coudraye, anyone?Roger W. Sinnott31 Jul, 02:212526g42474
Re: "Horns" of the Moon are relatively horizontal?Herman Dekker31 Jul, 02:072103g42473
Re: François Coudraye, anyone?Marcel Tschudin30 Jul, 20:4011171g42472
Re: Longitude Without Time - 1977 Luce ArticleFrancis Upchurch30 Jul, 20:1610680g42471
Re: François Coudraye, anyone?Murray Peake30 Jul, 20:074307g42470
Re: François Coudraye, anyone?Marcel Tschudin30 Jul, 19:559926g42469
Re: François Coudraye, anyone?Murray Peake30 Jul, 19:4112258g42468
Re: François Coudraye, anyone?Murray Peake30 Jul, 19:3411246g42467
Re: "Horns" of the Moon are relatively horizontal?Tony Oz30 Jul, 17:131828g42466
Re: "Horns" of the Moon are relatively horizontal?Geoffrey Kolbe30 Jul, 17:111923g42465
François Coudraye, anyone?Roger W. Sinnott30 Jul, 16:5010397g42464
Re: "Horns" of the Moon are relatively horizontal?Robert Wyatt30 Jul, 16:045381g42463
Re: Celestial navigation and the spherical EarthMark Coady30 Jul, 13:094478g42462
"Horns" of the Moon are relatively horizontal?Herman Dekker30 Jul, 08:161882g42461
Re: Celestial navigation and the spherical EarthBrian Walton30 Jul, 07:312323g42460
Celestial navigation and the spherical EarthFrank Reed30 Jul, 05:3615237g42459
Re: Longitude Without Time - 1977 Luce ArticleFrank Reed30 Jul, 04:4515940g42458
Re: Longitude Without Time - 1977 Luce ArticleMark Coady29 Jul, 18:452155g42457
Re: Longitude Without Time - 1977 Luce ArticleMark Coady29 Jul, 14:049651g42456
Re: Traditional navigation by slide ruleGary LaPook28 Jul, 23:111332g42455
Longitude Without Time - 1977 Luce ArticleHewitt Schlereth28 Jul, 21:251885g42454
Re: How to See Mars OppositionFrank Reed27 Jul, 18:246499g42453
Re: How to See Mars OppositionDave Walden27 Jul, 17:191543g42452
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSRichard B. Langley27 Jul, 12:013471g42451
How to See Mars OppositionJackson McDonald27 Jul, 01:432111g42450
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Hewitt Schlereth27 Jul, 00:144157g42449
Re: Traditional navigation by slide ruleAlan S26 Jul, 21:202097g42448
Re: Longest total lunar eclipse in the 21st centuryBrad Morris26 Jul, 19:575131g42447
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Francis Upchurch26 Jul, 19:134499g42446
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSRichard Easton26 Jul, 19:0412575g42445
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSRichard Easton26 Jul, 18:574064g42444
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Hewitt Schlereth26 Jul, 14:136837g42443
Longest total lunar eclipse in the 21st centuryAndrés Ruiz26 Jul, 05:483444g42442
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Greg Rudzinski25 Jul, 22:052599g42441
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Brad Morris25 Jul, 20:1515154g42440
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Francis Upchurch25 Jul, 15:392304g42439
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Francis Upchurch25 Jul, 13:04589565g42438
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Herbert Prinz25 Jul, 07:514242g42437
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Andrés Ruiz25 Jul, 07:391266629g42436
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Peter Monta25 Jul, 06:585936g42435
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Francis Upchurch24 Jul, 16:232456g42434
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Robert VanderPol II24 Jul, 13:083098g42433
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Francis Upchurch24 Jul, 09:393505g42432
Re: Tips and tricks: angle normalisationTony Oz24 Jul, 08:181480g42431
Re: How close without a good Lunar?Greg Rudzinski24 Jul, 04:512565g42430
How close without a good Lunar?Mark Coady24 Jul, 02:395661g42429
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSLu Abel23 Jul, 21:482376g42428
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSRoger W. Sinnott23 Jul, 21:014192g42427
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSFrank Reed23 Jul, 18:484749g42426
Re: Tips and tricks: angle normalisationFrank Reed23 Jul, 18:134501g42425
Lunar parallax via photographyPeter Monta23 Jul, 18:103983g42424
Tips and tricks: angle normalisationTony Oz23 Jul, 15:442610g42423
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSJoe Dempster23 Jul, 10:359264g42422
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSGary LaPook23 Jul, 05:501384g42421
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSFrank Reed23 Jul, 03:273425g42420
GGR: a dozen still racingFrank Reed23 Jul, 02:361505g42419
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSRoger W. Sinnott23 Jul, 01:106119g42418
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Frank Reed22 Jul, 23:484680g42417
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSFrank Reed22 Jul, 23:194271g42416
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSFrank Reed22 Jul, 21:358603g42415
Re: Mid-Atlantic broadbandBill B22 Jul, 20:062969g42414
Mid-Atlantic broadbandFrank Reed22 Jul, 19:532791g42413
Re: How to calculate location of the Earth on the moon (lunar eclipses)?David Fleming21 Jul, 17:141701g42412
Re: The Moon on Moon DayFrank Reed20 Jul, 23:501448g42411
The Moon on Moon DayFrank Reed20 Jul, 23:152595g42410
How to calculate location of the Earth on the moon (lunar eclipses)?Ziad Anas20 Jul, 22:571613g42409
Windows 10 will get better at telling time with new leap second supportAndrés Ruiz20 Jul, 06:164115g42408
Re: Better/easier GHA(Aries) formula?Frank Reed20 Jul, 05:593842g42407
Re: Better/easier GHA(Aries) formula?Sean C20 Jul, 05:543203g42406
Re: Better/easier GHA(Aries) formula?Tony Oz19 Jul, 15:011748g42405
Re: Chart Plotting Pencil LeadsGreg Rudzinski19 Jul, 02:461996g42404
Re: Chart Plotting Pencil LeadsWilliam Edward Henry19 Jul, 01:051577g42403
Re: Bowditch 1802 - First editionSam Lyness19 Jul, 00:175899g42402
Re: Chart Plotting Pencil LeadsAlan S19 Jul, 00:022296g42401
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?David C18 Jul, 22:442900g42400
Re: Better/easier GHA(Aries) formula?Tony Oz18 Jul, 11:121497g42399
Re: Better/easier GHA(Aries) formula?Tony Oz18 Jul, 08:151949g42398
Re: Better/easier GHA(Aries) formula?Gary LaPook18 Jul, 06:479056g42397
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Geoffrey Kolbe18 Jul, 06:443151g42396
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Bob Goethe17 Jul, 23:105887g42395
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Bob Goethe17 Jul, 22:5410898g42394
Re: Better/easier GHA(Aries) formula?Sean C17 Jul, 22:251532g42393
Re: Better/easier GHA(Aries) formula?Frank Reed17 Jul, 18:295034g42392
Better/easier GHA(Aries) formula?Tony Oz17 Jul, 11:164313g42391
Re: Venus Moon CPA TonightDavid Smith17 Jul, 10:151659g42390
Re: What is this Slide Rule?David C17 Jul, 02:071694g42389
Re: Shiny and golden? It's not a real sextantFrank Reed16 Jul, 16:529460g42388
Re: Shiny and golden? It's not a real sextantJim Hickey16 Jul, 14:391856g42387
Re: Venus Moon CPA TonightEd Popko16 Jul, 09:561322g42386
Venus Moon CPA TonightGreg Rudzinski16 Jul, 03:561846g42385
Bowditch 1802 - First editionJackson McDonald15 Jul, 22:458028g42384
Re: Shiny and golden? It's not a real sextantNorm Goldblatt15 Jul, 20:562706g42383
Re: What is this Slide Rule?Francis Upchurch15 Jul, 19:273921g42382
Re: Shiny and golden? It's not a real sextantEd Popko15 Jul, 19:072518g42381
Re: What is this Slide Rule?Francis Upchurch15 Jul, 18:541377g42380
Shiny and golden? It's not a real sextantFrank Reed15 Jul, 18:483285g42379
Re: What is this Slide Rule?Frank Reed15 Jul, 18:372751g42378
Re: What is this Slide Rule?Francis Upchurch15 Jul, 18:191553g42377
Re: What is this Slide Rule?Noell Wilson15 Jul, 14:442926g42376
19th century navigation time systemsEd Popko15 Jul, 07:015478g42375
Re: What is this Slide Rule?Francis Upchurch15 Jul, 05:013973g42374
Re: What is this Slide Rule?Greg Rudzinski15 Jul, 03:451857g42373
What is this Slide Rule?David C15 Jul, 02:543619g42372
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?David Pike14 Jul, 21:595358g42371
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Ed Popko14 Jul, 15:492341g42370
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?John D. Howard14 Jul, 14:152652g42369
Re: Reading degrees on a sextantEd Popko14 Jul, 11:122821g42368
Re: Reading degrees on a sextantMichael Bradley14 Jul, 10:081683g42367
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?David C14 Jul, 09:184552g42366
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Wolfgang Köberer14 Jul, 09:1070071g42365
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Alexandre Eremenko14 Jul, 08:0317321g42364
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Francis Upchurch14 Jul, 05:113490g42363
Re: Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Mark Coady14 Jul, 03:184470g42362
Did transistors transform celestial navigation?Frank Reed14 Jul, 00:2131694g42361
Reading degrees on a sextantFrank Reed13 Jul, 22:423814g42360
Re: Repair for John Carter Chronometer Cornhill 738 circa 1862Barry Carter11 Jul, 13:571530g42359
Re: Sextant in Avro VulcanDavid Pike11 Jul, 09:098576g42358
Re: Sextant in Avro VulcanCharles McElhill10 Jul, 20:581758g42357
Sextant in Avro VulcanFrank Reed10 Jul, 00:082609g42356
Re: Meridian-anchored Noon SunPaul Hughes9 Jul, 17:431466g42355
Re: Meridian-anchored Noon SunPeter Monta9 Jul, 17:384726g42354
Re: Meridian-anchored Noon SunDavid Fleming8 Jul, 20:182707g42353
Re: Meridian-anchored Noon SunPeter Monta8 Jul, 15:594520g42352
Repair for John Carter Chronometer Cornhill 738 circa 1862Ron Legacy7 Jul, 19:271641g42351
Re: Chronometer repair: Has anyone dealt with Historic timekeepers?Tracy Shrier7 Jul, 16:532980g42350
Re: Negative v correctionTerry Syrokosz6 Jul, 23:381977g42349
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSPeter Monta6 Jul, 15:585001g42348
Re: Negative v correctionStan K5 Jul, 20:01394510g42347
Re: Negative v correctionGary LaPook5 Jul, 19:181793g42346
Re: Negative v correctionTerry Syrokosz5 Jul, 17:131731g42345
Re: Negative v correctionTerry Syrokosz5 Jul, 17:051770g42344
Re: Negative v correctionStan K5 Jul, 15:584939g42343
Negative v correctionTerry Syrokosz5 Jul, 15:002082g42342
Re: Origins of civilian use of GPSRichard B. Langley5 Jul, 13:292422g42341
Origins of civilian use of GPSRichard Easton4 Jul, 22:421728g42340
Re: Starting a poem for Lunars & a new wobbly sight platform.Ed Popko4 Jul, 10:052801g42339
Re: Golden Globe Race 2018 startDavid C4 Jul, 07:371857g42338
Re: Year USNO launched Celestial Navigation Data webpageDavid C4 Jul, 07:222100g42337
Re: Starting a poem for Lunars & a new wobbly sight platform.Mark Coady4 Jul, 04:131445g42336
Starting a poem for Lunars & a new wobbly sight platform.Mark Coady4 Jul, 03:296720g42335
Re: Year USNO launched Celestial Navigation Data webpageGary LaPook3 Jul, 00:481520g42334
Re: Year USNO launched Celestial Navigation Data webpageFrank Reed2 Jul, 23:064838g42333
Year USNO launched Celestial Navigation Data webpageEd Popko2 Jul, 21:352637g42332
Re: Chronometer repair: Has anyone dealt with Historic timekeepers?Bob Peterson1 Jul, 16:582835g42331
Re: Golden Globe Race 2018 startTom Sult1 Jul, 16:314192g42330
Re: Chronometer repair: Has anyone dealt with Historic timekeepers?Alejandro Purgue1 Jul, 16:087466g42329
Re: Golden Globe Race 2018 startGreg Rudzinski1 Jul, 16:081544g42328
Golden Globe Race 2018 startLuc Van den Borre1 Jul, 14:071515g42327

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