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September, 2018

Index includes 310 messages. Sorted by message ID, in descending order.
SubjectAuthorDate (UT)SizeID
Re: Susceptibility of GPS to CME, Rationale for CN?Bob Goethe30 Sep, 23:292609g42946
Re: Susceptibility of GPS to CME, Rationale for CN?Brad Morris30 Sep, 22:2514337g42945
Re: Susceptibility of GPS to CME, Rationale for CN?Peter Monta30 Sep, 22:216443g42944
Re: News from Stan KFrank Reed30 Sep, 19:002250g42943
Re: Susceptibility of GPS to CME, Rationale for CN?David Pike30 Sep, 09:075896g42942
Re: Susceptibility of GPS to CME, Rationale for CN?Francis Upchurch30 Sep, 05:404669g42941
Re: Susceptibility of GPS to CME, Rationale for CN?Brad Morris29 Sep, 22:378006g42940
Re: GNSS is not immortalBrad Morris29 Sep, 15:575270g42939
Re: Susceptibility of GPS to CME, Rationale for CN?Richard B. Langley29 Sep, 12:044056g42938
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldPeter Monta29 Sep, 04:125206g42937
TimeTom Sult29 Sep, 01:401656g42936
Re: GNSS is not immortalGary LaPook29 Sep, 01:391785g42935
Multiple GPS backups failFrank Reed28 Sep, 23:534937g42934
Re: Listening to WWV from 60N 30EPaul Hirose28 Sep, 21:504350g42933
Sight PlanningRon Jones28 Sep, 19:3346999g42932
Susceptibility of GPS to CME, Rationale for CN?Brad Morris28 Sep, 19:2012920g42931
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldRichard B. Langley28 Sep, 15:393854g42930
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldTony Oz28 Sep, 13:303581g42929
Anti-spoof appChris Caswell28 Sep, 11:021662g42928
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldPeter Monta28 Sep, 06:526999g42927
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldPeter Monta28 Sep, 06:414410g42926
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldIan Vaughn28 Sep, 00:473346g42925
Re: Antique books (Moore, Bowditch, Arnold) and an Antique OctantFrank Reed28 Sep, 00:424308g42924
NavListNews Twitter feedFrank Reed27 Sep, 22:397137g42923
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldBrad Morris27 Sep, 21:212311g42922
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldRobert VanderPol II27 Sep, 20:543697g42921
Re: Invert it: GPS as backup to primary celestial navigationBrad Morris27 Sep, 20:3711269g42920
Listening to WWV from 60N 30ETony Oz27 Sep, 20:013213g42919
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldSteve Dunlop27 Sep, 19:465199g42918
Re: Global Hawk crash due to deactivated backup navigationAntoine Couëtte27 Sep, 19:461889g42917
Re: Invert it: GPS as backup to primary celestial navigationBrad Morris27 Sep, 19:2613116g42916
Global Hawk crash due to deactivated backup navigationFrank Reed27 Sep, 19:212509g42915
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldFrank Reed27 Sep, 19:1214124g42914
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldFrancis Upchurch27 Sep, 18:186079g42913
Re: GNSS is not immortalSteve Dunlop27 Sep, 17:224393g42912
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldSteve Dunlop27 Sep, 17:115925g42911
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsAndrés Ruiz27 Sep, 11:2384318g42910
Re: Invert it: GPS as backup to primary celestial navigationAntoine Couëtte27 Sep, 06:093045g42909
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldRobert VanderPol II27 Sep, 04:259249g42908
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldJohn D. Howard26 Sep, 22:162605g42907
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchGary LaPook26 Sep, 22:071517g42906
Re: GNSS is not immortalBob Goethe26 Sep, 22:056289g42905
Re: GNSS is not immortalPete Solon Palmer26 Sep, 21:0317592g42904
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldRoger W. Sinnott26 Sep, 20:395936g42903
Invert it: GPS as backup to primary celestial navigationFrank Reed26 Sep, 20:275466g42902
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchTony Oz26 Sep, 20:264247g42901
Dunlap Sunrise Sunset ComputerBrad Morris26 Sep, 19:551873g42900
Re: GNSS is not immortalBrad Morris26 Sep, 19:1912720g42899
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchEd Popko26 Sep, 18:215563g42898
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Bruce Cutting26 Sep, 17:064292g42897
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldMurray Peake26 Sep, 17:524318g42896
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Andrés Ruiz26 Sep, 17:256746g42895
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchTony Oz26 Sep, 16:293905g42894
Wwv/Wwvh/Wwvb Etc.Richard B. Langley26 Sep, 15:543354g42893
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldTony Oz26 Sep, 13:021642g42892
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldRobert VanderPol II26 Sep, 12:207793g42891
Re: Venus phase correctionAndrés Ruiz26 Sep, 12:013852g42890
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Andrés Ruiz26 Sep, 11:584159g42889
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchEd Popko26 Sep, 11:002135g42888
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsAntoine Couëtte26 Sep, 11:0011896g42887
Handheld Sextant in spacecraftEric van der Veen26 Sep, 09:201455g42886
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldMurray Peake26 Sep, 06:494098g42885
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Sean C26 Sep, 05:416593g42884
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldPeter Monta26 Sep, 05:3013103g42883
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsPaul Hirose26 Sep, 04:034519g42882
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Sean C26 Sep, 02:392570g42881
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldRoger W. Sinnott26 Sep, 02:34638133g42880
Re: Antique books (Moore, Bowditch, Arnold) and an Antique OctantSean C26 Sep, 02:141379g42879
Antique books (Moore, Bowditch, Arnold) and an Antique OctantFrank Reed26 Sep, 01:532903g42878
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldRobert VanderPol II26 Sep, 00:496202g42877
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldBrad Morris26 Sep, 00:217640g42876
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchEd Popko25 Sep, 22:2010566g42875
Re: GNSS is not immortalSteve Dunlop25 Sep, 22:152798g42874
Re: GPS selective availabilityPaul Hirose25 Sep, 22:107148g42873
Re: GNSS is not immortalRichard B. Langley25 Sep, 22:054776g42872
Re: GNSS is not immortalBrad Morris25 Sep, 19:358994g42871
Re: GNSS is not immortalBob Goethe25 Sep, 19:346161g42870
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldGary LaPook25 Sep, 18:184698g42869
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldGary LaPook25 Sep, 17:254658g42868
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldGary LaPook25 Sep, 17:131492g42867
Re: GNSS is not immortalBrad Morris25 Sep, 17:096801g42866
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Brad Morris25 Sep, 16:302996g42865
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Steve Dunlop25 Sep, 15:512247g42864
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldSteve Dunlop25 Sep, 15:485042g42863
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Steve Dunlop25 Sep, 15:401594g42862
Re: GNSS is not immortalSteve Dunlop25 Sep, 15:377405g42861
Re: GNSS is not immortalSteve Dunlop25 Sep, 14:392453g42860
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Jeremy C25 Sep, 11:483045g42859
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldJeremy C25 Sep, 11:394652g42858
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchTony Oz25 Sep, 11:003907g42857
Re: Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Pete Solon Palmer25 Sep, 07:2714413g42856
Re: GNSS is not immortalBrad Morris25 Sep, 06:5312895g42855
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsAndrés Ruiz25 Sep, 06:255072g42854
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldGary LaPook25 Sep, 06:221340g42853
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsAndrés Ruiz25 Sep, 06:166815g42852
Re: Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldBrad Morris25 Sep, 06:0011152g42851
Re: GNSS is not immortalFrank Reed25 Sep, 03:153276g42850
Chart-plotters, dead reckoning, pilotage, etc.Steve Dunlop25 Sep, 03:054382g42849
GNSS is not immortalSteve Dunlop25 Sep, 03:053024g42848
Timekeeping in the post-WWV/post-HF worldSteve Dunlop25 Sep, 03:048168g42847
Easy Intro Celestial, this weekend at Mystic SeaportFrank Reed24 Sep, 22:032842g42846
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsGreg Rudzinski24 Sep, 17:353249g42845
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsAntoine Couëtte24 Sep, 14:3532387g42844
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchTony Oz24 Sep, 09:452404g42843
Re: GPS selective availabilityRonald van Riet24 Sep, 08:303260g42842
Re: GPS selective availabilityGeoffrey Kolbe24 Sep, 05:402515g42841
Re: Navigation Presentation in NYC, Sep. 15Frank Reed24 Sep, 01:423207g42840
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchPaul Dolkas23 Sep, 22:4612495g42839
Re: All Haversine Time SightBrad Morris23 Sep, 21:466224g42838
Re: GPS selective availabilityDavid Pike23 Sep, 21:073934g42837
Re: GPS selective availabilityDavid Pike23 Sep, 20:372559g42836
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchEd Popko23 Sep, 20:051783g42835
Re: All Haversine Time SightBrian Walton23 Sep, 19:332263g42834
Re: Venus phase correctionFrank Reed23 Sep, 18:3511280g42833
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchPaul Dolkas23 Sep, 18:1516258g42832
Re: Prepare for Ice...Bill B23 Sep, 18:063988g42831
Re: Venus phase correctionRobert Bernecky23 Sep, 17:561841g42830
Re: Venus phase correctionAntoine Couëtte23 Sep, 17:229191g42829
Re: GPS selective availabilityFrank Reed23 Sep, 17:053935g42828
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsAntoine Couëtte23 Sep, 16:5519492g42827
Re: GPS selective availabilityGeoffrey Kolbe23 Sep, 16:173819g42826
Venus phase correctionRobert Bernecky23 Sep, 15:542217g42825
Re: RestorationBrad Morris23 Sep, 15:107522g42824
Re: Benchmark accuracyJohn D. Howard23 Sep, 15:074445g42823
Re: GPS selective availabilityJohn D. Howard23 Sep, 14:404012g42822
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchEd Popko23 Sep, 14:092921g42821
Re: GPS selective availabilityDavid Pike23 Sep, 11:237766g42820
Re: GPS selective availabilityRonald van Riet23 Sep, 08:332768g42819
Re: RestorationFrank Atkins23 Sep, 06:431753g42818
Re: GPS selective availabilityGeoffrey Kolbe23 Sep, 05:418375g42817
Re: RestorationBill Morris23 Sep, 02:562060g42816
Re: RestorationFrank Atkins23 Sep, 01:282432g42815
Re: Archives of NavList discussions, images, and other filesJohn D. Howard23 Sep, 01:131636g42814
Re: Benchmark accuracyBruce J. Pennino23 Sep, 00:595799g42813
Re: Archives of NavList discussions, images, and other filesSean C23 Sep, 00:273020g42812
Re: Benchmark accuracyJohn D. Howard22 Sep, 23:441979g42811
Re: Prepare for Ice...Brad Morris22 Sep, 22:457796g42810
Re: RestorationBrad Morris22 Sep, 22:396046g42809
Re: Viking NavigationBrad Morris22 Sep, 22:324296g42808
Benchmark accuracyLu Abel22 Sep, 21:593901g42807
Re: Prepare for Ice...Frank Reed22 Sep, 20:403950g42806
Re: Prepare for Ice...Frank Reed22 Sep, 20:283526g42805
Re: GPS selective availabilityJohn D. Howard22 Sep, 19:382499g42804
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchFrank Reed22 Sep, 19:383214g42803
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsFrank Reed22 Sep, 19:3016957g42802
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Francis Upchurch22 Sep, 19:015366g42801
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchPaul Dolkas22 Sep, 18:5413692g42800
Viking NavigationLu Abel22 Sep, 17:422015g42799
GPS selective availabilityGeoffrey Kolbe22 Sep, 16:515198g42798
Re: All Haversine Time SightBrad Morris22 Sep, 16:378695g42797
Re: Prepare for Ice...Michael Bradley22 Sep, 15:342063g42796
Re: Prepare for Ice...Lars Bergman22 Sep, 12:411495g42795
Re: Prepare for Ice...Robert VanderPol II22 Sep, 12:357157g42794
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchEd Popko22 Sep, 10:071676g42793
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchEd Popko22 Sep, 10:051759g42792
Re: Prepare for Ice...Bill B22 Sep, 07:593518g42791
Re: RestorationFrank Atkins22 Sep, 07:552168g42790
Re: All Haversine Time SightBrian Walton22 Sep, 06:342038g42789
Re: RestorationFrank Atkins22 Sep, 06:113042g42788
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchPaul Dolkas22 Sep, 05:0888011g42787
Re: Prepare for Ice...David C22 Sep, 05:071994g42786
Re: RestorationBrad Morris22 Sep, 03:477077g42785
Re: Prepare for Ice...Frank Atkins22 Sep, 03:431679g42784
Prepare for Ice...Frank Reed22 Sep, 02:004457g42783
Re: RestorationFrank Atkins22 Sep, 01:162345g42782
Re: RestorationBrad Morris21 Sep, 23:306789g42781
Re: RestorationTony Oz21 Sep, 21:332848g42780
Re: Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchTony Oz21 Sep, 21:181555g42779
Archives of NavList discussions, images, and other filesFrank Reed21 Sep, 18:1511166g42778
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Bob Goethe21 Sep, 17:221567g42777
Re: Latitude from meridian observationRobin Stuart21 Sep, 15:0046039g42776
Lindbergh-Weems Second-Setting WatchEd Popko21 Sep, 14:0846825g42775
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Ed Popko21 Sep, 13:522208g42774
Re: Latitude from meridian observationFrank Reed20 Sep, 23:429843g42773
Latitude from meridian observationPaul Hirose20 Sep, 20:285180g42772
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Frank Reed20 Sep, 17:484408g42771
Re: The LunarsFrank Reed20 Sep, 17:343013g42770
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Tom Sult20 Sep, 17:326539g42769
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsFrank Reed20 Sep, 17:2410352g42768
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Frank Reed20 Sep, 16:283255g42767
RestorationFrank Atkins20 Sep, 01:441806g42766
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Gary LaPook19 Sep, 23:273724g42765
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Gary LaPook19 Sep, 23:055881g42764
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsPaul Hirose19 Sep, 22:264168g42763
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Brad Morris19 Sep, 18:5910059g42762
The LunarsSteve E. Bryant19 Sep, 16:526973g42761
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Richard B. Langley19 Sep, 12:183873g42760
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsPaul Hirose19 Sep, 07:284244g42759
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Paul Hirose19 Sep, 07:274849g42758
Re: News from Stan KAndrés Ruiz19 Sep, 06:163553g42757
Re: News from Stan KSean C19 Sep, 02:162337g42756
Vintage US Navy Celestial Navigation filmsFrank Reed19 Sep, 01:432626g42755
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Frank Reed19 Sep, 00:494872g42754
News from Stan KFrank Reed19 Sep, 00:315029g42753
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationFrank Reed19 Sep, 00:167161g42752
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationGary LaPook18 Sep, 21:468920g42751
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationJohn D. Howard18 Sep, 19:243324g42750
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationRobert VanderPol II18 Sep, 16:435016g42749
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationJohn D. Howard18 Sep, 16:153451g42748
Re: Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsAndrés Ruiz18 Sep, 14:58422641g42747
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationBrad Morris18 Sep, 14:4415493g42746
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Brad Morris18 Sep, 14:288546g42745
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationFrancis Upchurch18 Sep, 10:566594g42744
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Gary LaPook18 Sep, 10:242213g42743
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Brad Morris18 Sep, 05:4520483g42742
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Brad Morris18 Sep, 03:3618686g42741
Re: John Wesley Powell's 1869 Lunar Observations from Grand CanyonFrank Reed18 Sep, 00:455165g42740
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Frank Reed17 Sep, 20:567501g42739
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Brad Morris17 Sep, 19:4014275g42738
John Wesley Powell's 1869 Lunar Observations from Grand CanyonStephen M Kerst17 Sep, 18:582971g42737
Unexpected USNO height correction preceptsAntoine Couëtte17 Sep, 15:228517g42736
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationDerrick Young16 Sep, 18:4810615g42735
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationBruce Cutting16 Sep, 16:564371g42734
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationMeg Wilson16 Sep, 10:532985g42733
Re: King's Point US Merchant Marine AdFrank Atkins15 Sep, 06:521549g42732
Re: King's Point US Merchant Marine AdJeremy C15 Sep, 06:282835g42731
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationFrank Reed15 Sep, 04:102177g42730
Re: French Nautical Almanac for the year 1819Frank Reed15 Sep, 04:051885g42729
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationFrancis Upchurch14 Sep, 17:565051g42728
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationFrancis Upchurch14 Sep, 03:484681g42727
Re: King's Point US Merchant Marine AdRobert VanderPol II14 Sep, 02:433832g42726
Re: King's Point US Merchant Marine AdBob Goethe13 Sep, 22:491976g42725
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationBrad Morris13 Sep, 18:027241g42724
Re: King's Point US Merchant Marine AdFrancis Upchurch13 Sep, 18:003713g42723
Re: Celestial Tools V5.7.0Sam Lyness13 Sep, 17:397768g42722
King's Point US Merchant Marine AdJackson McDonald13 Sep, 15:171691g42721
Re: Celestial Tools V5.7.0Dave Walden13 Sep, 12:051476g42720
Re: French Nautical Almanac for the year 1819Frank Reed12 Sep, 23:072902g42719
Polynesian navigationPaul Hirose12 Sep, 19:102978g42718
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationFrancis Upchurch12 Sep, 17:553573g42717
Celestial Tools V5.7.0Stan K12 Sep, 16:325830g42716
Re: All Haversine FixTony Oz12 Sep, 15:451457g42715
Re: Jan 1925 day change haunts us still...Robert Wyatt12 Sep, 14:403471g42714
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationJohn D. Howard12 Sep, 14:191711g42713
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationBrad Morris12 Sep, 13:5923412g42712
Re: GPS Selective AvailabilityRichard B. Langley12 Sep, 12:241609g42711
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Richard B. Langley12 Sep, 12:141790g42710
GPS Selective AvailabilityDavid Pike12 Sep, 06:502076g42709
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationGeoffrey Kolbe12 Sep, 05:507835g42708
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Peter Monta12 Sep, 04:226407g42707
Jan 1925 day change haunts us still...Frank Reed12 Sep, 02:598660g42706
YouTube Short on Early NavigationGreg Rudzinski11 Sep, 22:101551g42705
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationJeremy C11 Sep, 22:018718g42704
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Jeremy C11 Sep, 21:275224g42703
WWV may be shut downKeith Sternberg11 Sep, 19:333179g42702
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationJohn D. Howard11 Sep, 19:112074g42701
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationDon Seltzer11 Sep, 18:484684g42700
Re: All Haversine FixGreg Rudzinski11 Sep, 18:401444g42699
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationGreg Rudzinski11 Sep, 18:305977g42698
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationChris Willmes11 Sep, 18:0820600g42697
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationFrank Reed11 Sep, 17:356069g42696
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationBob Goethe11 Sep, 17:281567g42695
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationRobert VanderPol II11 Sep, 15:3017100g42694
All Haversine FixLars Bergman11 Sep, 13:572443g42693
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationPeter Monta11 Sep, 10:5210529g42692
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationFrank Atkins11 Sep, 06:011526g42691
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Geoffrey Kolbe11 Sep, 05:512627g42690
Re: Questions about Celestial NavigationBrad Morris11 Sep, 03:0117436g42689
Questions about Celestial NavigationFrank Reed11 Sep, 00:494601g42688
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Frank Reed11 Sep, 00:267226g42687
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Roger W. Sinnott10 Sep, 23:538746g42686
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Brad Morris10 Sep, 21:147788g42685
Re: Astronomy DLL for .NET: SofaJpl 2.1.2 releasedPaul Hirose10 Sep, 19:484842g42684
Re: Astronomy DLL for .NET: SofaJpl 2.1.2 releasedAntoine Couëtte10 Sep, 11:514812g42683
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Jeremy C10 Sep, 09:313473g42682
Re: T Hav Doniol Sumner LOP ExampleHerman Dekker10 Sep, 06:232711g42681
Re: Astronomy DLL for .NET: SofaJpl 2.1.2 releasedPaul Hirose10 Sep, 05:235142g42680
Re: Uncommon navigational declination chart, 1850sGreg Rudzinski10 Sep, 00:261685g42679
Uncommon navigational declination chart, 1850sJackson McDonald9 Sep, 22:552094g42678
T Hav Doniol Sumner LOP ExampleGreg Rudzinski9 Sep, 17:581475g42677
French Nautical Almanac for the year 1819Frank Reed9 Sep, 17:272766g42676
Re: Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Frank Reed9 Sep, 17:1910692g42675
Re: All Haversine Time SightTony Oz9 Sep, 07:531746g42674
Re: All Haversine Time SightTony Oz9 Sep, 07:461862g42673
Re: All Haversine Time SightBrian Walton9 Sep, 06:153266g42672
Re: All Haversine Time SightGreg Rudzinski8 Sep, 23:233305g42671
Re: All Haversine Time SightGreg Rudzinski8 Sep, 22:131717g42670
Re: All Haversine Time SightTony Oz8 Sep, 22:121663g42669
Re: All Haversine Time SightGreg Rudzinski8 Sep, 21:362360g42668
Re: All Haversine Time SightTony Oz8 Sep, 20:592688g42667
Re: Mapquest coordinatesBrad Morris8 Sep, 19:164397g42666
Re: All Haversine Time SightGreg Rudzinski8 Sep, 17:061887g42665
Mapquest coordinatesMike Burkes8 Sep, 15:311673g42664
All Haversine Time SightGreg Rudzinski7 Sep, 20:102288g42663
Re: GPS Anti Spoof appÖrjan Sandström7 Sep, 17:394377g42662
Is Celestial Navigation really a backup to GPS Navigation?Brad Morris6 Sep, 16:364606g42661
Re: GPS Anti Spoof appTony Oz6 Sep, 16:182114g42660
Re: Android Celestial Nav AppsAndrés Ruiz6 Sep, 04:474136g42659
Re: Android Celestial Nav AppsGreg Rudzinski6 Sep, 02:121643g42658
Re: Spotted a sextantMark Anthony Spinaze3 Sep, 09:271431g42657
Re: Space station sextant experimentRobert Pearson5 Sep, 17:533889g42656
Android Celestial Nav AppsMark Coady5 Sep, 16:583185g42655
Re: Space station sextant experimentDave Walden5 Sep, 11:191480g42654
Space station sextant experimentPaul Hirose5 Sep, 02:453614g42653
Re: Radio time signals disappearGene Vialle4 Sep, 20:341738g42652
Re: Radio time signals disappearGary LaPook4 Sep, 19:329771g42651
Re: Radio time signals disappearTony Oz4 Sep, 11:112637g42650
Re: Radio time signals disappearJeremy C4 Sep, 09:561569g42649
Re: Radio time signals disappearRobert VanderPol II4 Sep, 04:224282g42648
Re: Radio time signals disappearDavid Pike3 Sep, 22:265153g42647
Re: Bowditch, the New American Practical Navigator, First EditionFrank Reed3 Sep, 21:404545g42646
Re: A Lunar I wish I saw...Frank Reed3 Sep, 21:076258g42645
Bowditch, the New American Practical Navigator, First EditionJackson McDonald3 Sep, 21:066395g42644
Re: Radio time signals disappearGene Vialle3 Sep, 20:231757g42643
Re: A Lunar I wish I saw...Antoine Couëtte3 Sep, 15:532201g42642
A Lunar I wish I saw...Tony Oz3 Sep, 08:401988g42641
Navigation Spreadsheets in 2019Peter Hakel2 Sep, 22:402356g42640
Re: EU Backs Ending Daylight Saving TimeÖrjan Sandström2 Sep, 11:571687g42639
Re: EU Backs Ending Daylight Saving TimeDavid Pike1 Sep, 19:468365g42638
EU Backs Ending Daylight Saving TimeSean C1 Sep, 05:161740g42637

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