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Re: Bessel's solution of lunar distancesFrank Reed19 Mar, 15:39
Human magnetic senseFrank Reed19 Mar, 15:05
Re: Bessel's solution of lunar distancesRoger W. Sinnott19 Mar, 14:43
Re: Index mirror typePosth P19 Mar, 10:12
Re: Index mirror typeAlexandre Eremenko19 Mar, 00:16
Re: Index mirror typeAlexandre Eremenko19 Mar, 00:10
Re: The Appleyard Course and Distance ComputerDave Walden18 Mar, 23:37
Sarl-CPI sextantsAlberto Najar18 Mar, 22:01
Index mirror typeIgor S.18 Mar, 21:48
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingDavid Pike18 Mar, 19:34
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingRobin Stuart18 Mar, 16:17
Re: Bessel's solution of lunar distancesMurray Peake18 Mar, 12:59
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingDavid Pike18 Mar, 11:29
Re: Bessel's solution of lunar distancesRobert H. van Gent18 Mar, 09:23
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingBill Lionheart18 Mar, 07:22
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingDavid Pike17 Mar, 18:25
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingRobin Stuart17 Mar, 16:05
Bessel's solution of lunar distancesRoger W. Sinnott17 Mar, 15:33
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingGeoffrey Kolbe17 Mar, 06:43
B-24 mission to MühldorfPaul Hirose16 Mar, 21:06
Re: Mercury is the closest planet, on average...Bill Lionheart16 Mar, 16:16
Re: Mercury is the closest planet, on average...David Pike16 Mar, 08:58
Possible GPS Date Rollover problems week of April 6, 2019Derrick Young15 Mar, 23:49
Mercury is the closest planet, on average...Frank Reed15 Mar, 22:09
Re: The Appleyard Course and Distance ComputerDavid Pike15 Mar, 21:21
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingRobin Stuart15 Mar, 20:40
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingRobin Stuart15 Mar, 20:18
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsFrank Reed15 Mar, 16:10
Re: What is the radius of the Prime Vertical?Frank Reed15 Mar, 15:52
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationRobin Stuart15 Mar, 15:07
Re: What is the radius of the Prime Vertical?David Pike15 Mar, 13:21
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsÖrjan Sandström15 Mar, 09:03
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingBill Lionheart15 Mar, 08:58
Re: What is the radius of the Prime Vertical?Frank Reed15 Mar, 00:17
Re: What is the radius of the Prime Vertical?David Pike14 Mar, 23:15
Re: What is the radius of the Prime Vertical?Frank Reed14 Mar, 22:02
What is the radius of the Prime Vertical?David Pike14 Mar, 17:08
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingAndrés Ruiz14 Mar, 13:57
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsBrad Morris14 Mar, 00:57
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsDavid Pike13 Mar, 23:56
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsFrank Reed13 Mar, 23:02
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsBrian Walton13 Mar, 22:07
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsBrad Morris13 Mar, 20:56
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsFrank Reed13 Mar, 20:01
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsBrad Morris13 Mar, 19:29
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsFrank Reed13 Mar, 19:09
Re: Short Term Proper MotionPaul Hirose13 Mar, 17:40
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsDavid Pike13 Mar, 16:42
Re: Ebony OctantChris Caswell13 Mar, 10:54
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsDavid Pike13 Mar, 08:29
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingBill Lionheart13 Mar, 07:51
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsBrian Walton13 Mar, 04:15
Re: Short Term Proper MotionPaul Hirose13 Mar, 03:42
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsBrad Morris13 Mar, 02:19
Re: Moon's crescent when viewed from low latitudesMichael Bradley13 Mar, 00:34
Re: Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northBruce J. Pennino12 Mar, 23:36
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsDavid Pike12 Mar, 21:56
Re: Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northLu Abel12 Mar, 21:35
Re: Ebony OctantBill Morris12 Mar, 21:04
Re: Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northBrad Morris12 Mar, 20:56
Re: Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northFrank Reed12 Mar, 20:42
Re: Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northRobin Stuart12 Mar, 20:24
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsSteve E. Bryant12 Mar, 20:22
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsDavid Pike12 Mar, 18:14
Re: Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northBrad Morris12 Mar, 18:05
Re: Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northBrad Morris12 Mar, 17:48
Re: Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northFrank Reed12 Mar, 17:21
Re: Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northFrank Reed12 Mar, 17:17
Bill Murdoch's TI-82 site reduction programWayne Miller12 Mar, 16:30
Old stone walls record the changing location of magnetic northJackson McDonald12 Mar, 13:22
Re: Ebony OctantAlexandre Eremenko12 Mar, 13:09
Re: Short Term Proper MotionRoger W. Sinnott12 Mar, 12:59
Quiz Question: Advanced the science of navigationStuart Middleton12 Mar, 12:08
Moon's crescent when viewed from low latitudesTony Oz12 Mar, 08:58
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsBrian Walton12 Mar, 07:31
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsBrad Morris12 Mar, 03:33
Re: Ebony OctantJohn D. Howard12 Mar, 02:47
Ebony OctantChris Caswell11 Mar, 22:37
Re: The Appleyard Course and Distance ComputerAdrian F11 Mar, 17:51
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsDavid Pike11 Mar, 16:47
Re: Short Term Proper MotionBill Bertrand11 Mar, 15:54
Re: Corrections for latitude when taking sightsBrad Morris11 Mar, 13:51
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingAndrés Ruiz11 Mar, 08:15
Corrections for latitude when taking sightsSteve E. Bryant11 Mar, 04:13
Re: Short Term Proper MotionPeter Monta11 Mar, 00:43
Re: Short Term Proper MotionPaul Hirose10 Mar, 23:37
Re: Ellipse of Confidence in position findingBill Lionheart10 Mar, 18:36
Unbounded RunawayBrad Morris10 Mar, 16:51
Re: T Hav Doniol Sumner LOP ExampleBrian Walton10 Mar, 06:31
Re: T Hav Doniol Sumner LOP ExampleLars Bergman9 Mar, 21:11
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationBrad Morris9 Mar, 21:05
Short Term Proper MotionBill Bertrand9 Mar, 16:19
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationDavid Pike9 Mar, 16:15
Re: 3D Navigation software questionAndrés Ruiz9 Mar, 15:11
Ellipse of Confidence in position findingAndrés Ruiz9 Mar, 15:00
Re: 3D Navigation software questionBrad Morris9 Mar, 14:30
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationBill Lionheart9 Mar, 13:51
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationBrad Morris9 Mar, 12:06
Re: Mercury in retrogradeJackson McDonald9 Mar, 11:58
3D Navigation software questionMark Coady8 Mar, 20:42
Re: T Hav Doniol Sumner LOP ExampleGreg Rudzinski8 Mar, 20:00
Re: Mercury in retrogradePaul Hirose8 Mar, 19:15
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationRobin Stuart8 Mar, 18:59
Re: T Hav Doniol Sumner LOP ExampleBrian Walton8 Mar, 14:11
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationAndrés Ruiz8 Mar, 11:21
Re: Mercury in retrogradeTony Oz8 Mar, 09:50
Re: Dip ShortDavid Pike8 Mar, 00:29
Mercury in retrogradePaul Hirose7 Mar, 22:18
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationFrank Reed7 Mar, 21:00
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationAndrés Ruiz7 Mar, 19:53
Re: Dip ShortBrad Morris7 Mar, 16:18
Re: Dip ShortDavid Pike7 Mar, 16:12
Dip ShortDavid C7 Mar, 07:50
Astro from a trainDavid C7 Mar, 07:12
Re: What sextant to buy ?Terry Syrokosz6 Mar, 22:18
Re: The Appleyard Course and Distance ComputerDavid Pike6 Mar, 21:58
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid Pike6 Mar, 18:20
Re: The Appleyard Course and Distance ComputerDavid Pike6 Mar, 18:13
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationRobin Stuart6 Mar, 17:51
Re: The Appleyard Course and Distance ComputerDave Walden6 Mar, 15:12
Re: T Hav Doniol Sumner LOP ExampleGreg Rudzinski6 Mar, 14:54
Re: T Hav Doniol Sumner LOP ExampleBrian Walton6 Mar, 04:12
Re: Ebbco Intercept Data using Davis Artificial HorizonMichael Bradley5 Mar, 23:20
Re: The Appleyard Course and Distance ComputerDavid Pike5 Mar, 22:10
Ebbco Intercept Data using Davis Artificial HorizonGreg Rudzinski5 Mar, 20:48
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationAndrés Ruiz5 Mar, 20:17
Re: First Point of Aries newbie questionRommel John Miller5 Mar, 20:14
Re: First Point of Aries newbie questionBob Goethe5 Mar, 19:37
Re: First Point of Aries newbie questionFrank Reed5 Mar, 18:41
Introductory Celestial Navigation workshops coming up...Frank Reed5 Mar, 18:32
First Point of Aries newbie questionEamonn Sparling5 Mar, 17:22
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationBruce Cutting5 Mar, 16:27
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationBill Lionheart5 Mar, 15:31
Re: An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationBill Lionheart5 Mar, 11:50
An analytical solution of the two star sight problem of celestial navigationAndrés Ruiz4 Mar, 14:33
Re: Wind Velocity from Three DriftsEd Popko3 Mar, 17:22
Re: The Appleyard Course and Distance ComputerDave Walden3 Mar, 15:21
Resilvering sextant mirror, 1919Paul Hirose2 Mar, 05:00
Re: What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?Hewitt Schlereth1 Mar, 22:49
The Appleyard Course and Distance ComputerDavid Pike1 Mar, 22:12
Re: Wind Velocity from Three DriftsJohn D. Howard1 Mar, 18:33
Re: What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?Francis Upchurch1 Mar, 18:40
Re: Mark 15 sextantsMichael Bradley1 Mar, 17:47
Re: What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?Frank Reed1 Mar, 16:01
Re: Mark 15 sextantsGreg Rudzinski1 Mar, 15:43
Re: What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?Tony Oz1 Mar, 15:35
Wind Velocity from Three DriftsDavid Pike1 Mar, 15:20
Re: What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?Örjan Sandström1 Mar, 10:20
Re: What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?Bill Lionheart1 Mar, 09:32
Re: Mark 15 sextantsMichael Bradley1 Mar, 08:58
Re: What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?David Pike1 Mar, 08:41
Re: What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?Brad Morris1 Mar, 00:51
Re: What sextant to buy ?Bruce Cutting1 Mar, 00:43
Re: What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?John D. Howard1 Mar, 00:20
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedJohn D. Howard1 Mar, 00:09
Re: What sextant to buy ?Terry Syrokosz28 Feb, 23:44
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid Pike28 Feb, 19:32
What level of english skills is needed for safe navigation?Gary LaPook28 Feb, 18:31
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedGary LaPook28 Feb, 17:51
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid Pike28 Feb, 17:36
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedRobert VanderPol II28 Feb, 16:03
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedEd Popko28 Feb, 11:52
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedGary LaPook28 Feb, 09:05
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedTony Oz28 Feb, 08:24
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedGary LaPook28 Feb, 08:22
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedBill Lionheart28 Feb, 07:13
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedMark Coady28 Feb, 02:03
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid Pike27 Feb, 20:56
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid Pike27 Feb, 18:08
Re: Iterative Lunar methodBruce Cutting27 Feb, 16:30
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedTony Oz27 Feb, 14:50
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedTony Oz27 Feb, 10:48
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid C27 Feb, 06:28
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedMark Coady27 Feb, 05:06
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedGary LaPook26 Feb, 23:06
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedGary LaPook26 Feb, 22:53
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid Pike26 Feb, 22:02
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid C26 Feb, 20:27
Re: Donald Crowhurst shooting the SunDavid Pike26 Feb, 20:10
Re: Donald Crowhurst shooting the SunRommel John Miller26 Feb, 19:24
Re: Donald Crowhurst shooting the SunBruce Cutting26 Feb, 18:25
Re: Donald Crowhurst shooting the SunTony Oz26 Feb, 15:56
Re: Donald Crowhurst shooting the SunSean C26 Feb, 12:46
Re: Donald Crowhurst shooting the SunDavid Pike26 Feb, 10:09
Re: Donald Crowhurst shooting the SunÖrjan Sandström26 Feb, 09:24
Re: Donald Crowhurst shooting the SunRobert VanderPol II26 Feb, 05:43
Donald Crowhurst shooting the SunFrank Reed26 Feb, 04:25
Re: Calculator "watch"Alan S26 Feb, 03:55
Re: Iterative Lunar methodWendel Brunner26 Feb, 03:32
Re: Iterative Lunar methodFrank Reed26 Feb, 03:24
Re: Iterative Lunar methodWendel Brunner26 Feb, 02:57
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedJohn D. Howard25 Feb, 23:47
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedFrank Reed25 Feb, 20:47
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedPaul Hughes25 Feb, 19:07
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid Pike25 Feb, 17:48
Re: GPS for chickens and spinachFrank Reed25 Feb, 17:11
Re: GPS for chickens and spinachDavid Pike25 Feb, 15:03
Re: GPS for chickens and spinachBill Lionheart25 Feb, 09:59
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedBill Lionheart25 Feb, 08:03
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedDavid C25 Feb, 04:32
Re: Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedFrank Reed25 Feb, 02:59
Magnetic variation changing faster than anticipatedMark Coady25 Feb, 02:14
Re: GPS for chickens and spinachMark Coady25 Feb, 01:53
Re: GPS for chickens and spinachEd Popko25 Feb, 00:50
Re: GPS for chickens and spinachFrank Reed24 Feb, 20:27
Re: Polaris - changes in SHA and DeclinationDavid Shoemaker24 Feb, 19:31
Re: GPS for chickens and spinachBrad Morris24 Feb, 16:56
GPS for chickens and spinachFrank Reed24 Feb, 16:16
Re: Star telescope for H.hughes and son's "mate" sextantDave Trickett24 Feb, 01:19
Re: Star telescope for H.hughes and son's "mate" sextantDavid Pike23 Feb, 22:38
Star telescope for H.hughes and son's "mate" sextantDave Trickett23 Feb, 21:02
Re: GPS rolloverBrad Morris23 Feb, 17:42
GPS rolloverJackson McDonald23 Feb, 10:46
Re: Polaris - changes in SHA and DeclinationAndrés Ruiz22 Feb, 19:12
Re: Polaris - changes in SHA and DeclinationRobert Wyatt22 Feb, 19:02
Re: Polaris - changes in SHA and DeclinationFrank Reed22 Feb, 18:33
Re: Polaris - changes in SHA and DeclinationDavid Fleming22 Feb, 17:35
Re: Polaris - changes in SHA and DeclinationFrank Reed22 Feb, 16:57
Re: Polaris - changes in SHA and DeclinationTony Oz22 Feb, 16:16
Polaris - changes in SHA and DeclinationDavid Shoemaker22 Feb, 15:59
Re: What sextant to buy ?Bruce Cutting22 Feb, 00:39
Re: What sextant to buy ?Terry Syrokosz21 Feb, 23:09
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Fred Hebard21 Feb, 20:13
Re: Iterative Lunar methodFrank Reed21 Feb, 18:18
Re: Contributing to NavList OperationsFrank Reed21 Feb, 17:45
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Frank Reed21 Feb, 17:24
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Geoffrey Kolbe21 Feb, 07:21
Re: What sextant to buy ?Alan S21 Feb, 04:27
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Fred Hebard21 Feb, 00:54
Re: Lunar with Davis MKIII Sextant?Brad Morris21 Feb, 00:24
Re: Lunar with Davis MKIII Sextant?Brad Morris20 Feb, 23:38
Re: Lunar with Davis MKIII Sextant?Bruce Cutting20 Feb, 23:21
Re: Iterative Lunar methodBrad Morris20 Feb, 21:05
Contributing to NavList OperationsAlan S20 Feb, 20:51
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Ron Jones20 Feb, 17:57
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Wendel Brunner20 Feb, 17:27
Lunar with Davis MKIII Sextant?Herman Dekker20 Feb, 17:06
Re: Historical tidesPaul Hughes20 Feb, 16:47
10 years of Navigation SpreadsheetsPeter Hakel20 Feb, 15:29
Re: Iterative Lunar methodFred Hebard20 Feb, 14:07
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Tony Oz20 Feb, 08:38
Re: Iterative Lunar methodFrank Reed20 Feb, 06:41
Re: What sextant to buy ?Bruce Cutting20 Feb, 04:16
Re: Historical tidesTerry Syrokosz20 Feb, 03:25
Re: What sextant to buy ?Terry Syrokosz20 Feb, 01:24
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Ron Jones19 Feb, 18:57
Iterative Lunar methodWendel Brunner19 Feb, 16:06
Re: "hack" as a nounRommel John Miller18 Feb, 22:36
Re: "hack" as a nounFrank Reed18 Feb, 22:00
"hack" as a nounPaul Hirose18 Feb, 21:25
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Paul Hirose18 Feb, 21:25
Re: CP-300/U Star FinderBrad Morris18 Feb, 20:19
Re: CP-300/U Star FinderEd Popko18 Feb, 19:51
Re: CP-300/U Star FinderBrad Morris18 Feb, 18:09
Re: CP-300/U Star FinderEd Popko18 Feb, 13:26
Re: GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Sean C18 Feb, 07:32
Re: Historical tidesAlexandre Eremenko17 Feb, 23:10
Re: Historical tidesAlexandre Eremenko17 Feb, 22:55
Re: Latitude at Noon and Midnight.Tony Oz17 Feb, 19:58
Re: Celestial Navigation in 1866Robin Stuart17 Feb, 18:23
Re: Historical tidesPaul Hughes17 Feb, 16:10
Re: Historical tidesRoger W. Sinnott17 Feb, 15:29
Re: Historical tidesAlexandre Eremenko17 Feb, 13:37
Re: Historical tidesBob Crawley17 Feb, 11:38
Re: Celestial Navigation in 1866Lars Bergman17 Feb, 11:34
Re: Celestial Navigation in 1866Lloyd Browne17 Feb, 09:13
Re: Celestial Navigation in 1866Brad Morris17 Feb, 07:03
Re: Celestial Navigation in 1866Frank Reed17 Feb, 06:55
Re: Historical tidesPaul Hughes17 Feb, 06:05
Celestial Navigation in 1866Lloyd Browne17 Feb, 03:24
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterAlan S17 Feb, 00:05
Re: CP-300/U Star FinderAlan S16 Feb, 23:49
GMT from Moon and Body Observed Altitudes...??Ron Jones16 Feb, 23:46
Re: Historical tidesStephen N.G. Davies16 Feb, 22:46
Taking more sights for one star when triangle not equilateralBill Lionheart16 Feb, 20:00
Re: CP-300/U Star FinderBrad Morris16 Feb, 17:04
Re: Historical tidesPeter Smith16 Feb, 14:46
Re: Historical tidesAlexandre Eremenko16 Feb, 13:12
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralGreg Rudzinski16 Feb, 13:11
Re: Historical tidesAndrés Ruiz16 Feb, 10:06
Re: CP-300/U Star FinderAlan S16 Feb, 04:58
Re: Historical tidesAlexandre Eremenko16 Feb, 04:19
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterAlan S16 Feb, 04:05
Re: Historical tidesFrank Reed16 Feb, 02:54
Re: Historical tidesAlexandre Eremenko16 Feb, 00:47
Re: Historical tidesFrank Reed16 Feb, 00:14
Historical tidesAlexandre Eremenko15 Feb, 23:52
Re: Latitude at Noon and Midnight.Paul Hirose15 Feb, 19:55
Re: Latitude at Noon and Midnight.Tony Oz15 Feb, 19:43
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralGreg Rudzinski15 Feb, 18:39
Re: The Dunlap Sunrise Sunset ComputerRafal O.15 Feb, 18:34
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralDavid Pike15 Feb, 17:52
Re: Latitude at Noon and Midnight.Andrés Ruiz15 Feb, 17:13
Re: Latitude at Noon and Midnight.Herman Dekker15 Feb, 16:51
Re: Latitude at Noon and Midnight.Andrés Ruiz15 Feb, 08:00
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralAndrés Ruiz15 Feb, 07:55
Re: Latitude at Noon and Midnight.Andrés Ruiz15 Feb, 07:52
Re: Latitude at Noon and Midnight.Frank Reed15 Feb, 01:55
Latitude at Noon and Midnight.Herman Dekker15 Feb, 01:36
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralDavid Pike14 Feb, 19:54
Re: First trans-Atlantic Flights?Gary LaPook14 Feb, 19:29
BBC News: Search for Shackleton's lost Endurance ship called off.Brad Morris14 Feb, 18:01
First trans-Atlantic Flights?Tony Oz14 Feb, 10:47
Re: The Dunlap Sunrise Sunset ComputerRafal O.14 Feb, 09:25
Re: The Dunlap Sunrise Sunset ComputerRafal O.14 Feb, 07:11
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterFrancis Upchurch14 Feb, 06:20
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterRobert VanderPol II13 Feb, 22:36
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterRobert VanderPol II13 Feb, 22:34
First Direct West to East Atlantic Flight 1919David Pike13 Feb, 22:11
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike13 Feb, 20:56
Re: ADMIN: NavList Operations ContributionsFrank Reed13 Feb, 20:22
Re: The Dunlap Sunrise Sunset ComputerBrad Morris13 Feb, 19:25
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterBruce Cutting13 Feb, 18:44
Re: Time zone sign conventionsD Maracle13 Feb, 18:35
Re: ADMIN: NavList Operations ContributionsBruce J. Pennino13 Feb, 16:43
Re: ADMIN: NavList Operations ContributionsFrank Reed13 Feb, 16:01
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterBrad Morris13 Feb, 15:02
Re: The Dunlap Sunrise Sunset ComputerRafal O.13 Feb, 07:31
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterFrancis Upchurch13 Feb, 06:16
Re: Time zone sign conventionsBrad Morris13 Feb, 04:03
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterRobert VanderPol II13 Feb, 03:59
Re: Gyro sextantBill Morris13 Feb, 03:45
Re: Search Party Reaches Last Known Endurance LocationBrad Morris13 Feb, 00:26
Time zone sign conventionsSteve E. Bryant13 Feb, 00:08
Re: Search Party Reaches Last Known Endurance LocationBrad Morris12 Feb, 22:31
Re: The Dunlap Sunrise Sunset ComputerBrad Morris12 Feb, 20:25
Re: The Dunlap Sunrise Sunset ComputerRafal O.12 Feb, 19:54
Re: Brown-Nassau CN PlotterAlan S12 Feb, 19:53
Re: The Dunlap Sunrise Sunset ComputerRafal O.12 Feb, 16:36
Re: Search Party Reaches Last Known Endurance LocationBrad Morris12 Feb, 03:34
Re: Search Party Reaches Last Known Endurance LocationRobert VanderPol II12 Feb, 01:59
Re: Time zone sign conventionsGary LaPook11 Feb, 21:01
Re: Time zone sign conventionsBrad Morris11 Feb, 16:52
Re: Search Party Reaches Last Known Endurance LocationBrad Morris11 Feb, 16:29
Re: Time zone sign conventionsFrank Reed11 Feb, 16:17
Re: Time zone sign conventionsSteve E. Bryant11 Feb, 15:51
Re: Search Party Reaches Last Known Endurance LocationRobert VanderPol II11 Feb, 13:55
Re: Latitude by PolarisAndrés Ruiz11 Feb, 07:34
Re: Latitude by PolarisThomas Spidle11 Feb, 01:10
Search Party Reaches Last Known Endurance LocationBrad Morris11 Feb, 00:20
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayFrank Reed10 Feb, 19:40
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensFrank Reed10 Feb, 18:33
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayEd Popko10 Feb, 13:09
ADMIN: NavList Operations ContributionsFrank Reed10 Feb, 05:25
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayBill Ritchie10 Feb, 02:04
Latitude by PolarisTony Oz9 Feb, 23:37
Re: Noticed by the James Caird Society!Brad Morris9 Feb, 15:38
Re: Noticed by the James Caird Society!Robin Stuart8 Feb, 17:47
Re: More on the North Magnetic Pole (NYT)Frank Reed8 Feb, 17:31
Re: Noticed by the James Caird Society!Adrian F8 Feb, 16:43
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike8 Feb, 16:31
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike8 Feb, 15:50
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessEd Popko8 Feb, 12:55
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensDavid C7 Feb, 23:30
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensDavid C7 Feb, 23:14
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessFrank Reed7 Feb, 21:09
Re: What sextant to buy ?Michael Bradley7 Feb, 12:08
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensHerman Dekker7 Feb, 09:01
Re: Gyro sextantTony Oz7 Feb, 08:55
Re: What sextant to buy ?Örjan Sandström7 Feb, 06:09
Re: Gyro sextantBill Morris7 Feb, 03:13
Re: Gyro sextantBill Morris7 Feb, 02:54
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensFrank Reed7 Feb, 02:50
Re: More on the North Magnetic Pole (NYT)John D. Howard7 Feb, 00:23
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensEd Popko6 Feb, 23:01
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensFrank Reed6 Feb, 21:49
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessFrank Reed6 Feb, 21:30
Re: More on the North Magnetic Pole (NYT)Frank Reed6 Feb, 21:02
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensJohn D. Howard6 Feb, 20:58
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessBob Goethe6 Feb, 20:51
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessGreg Rudzinski6 Feb, 20:41
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessTony Oz6 Feb, 20:34
Re: What sextant to buy ?Luc Van den Borre6 Feb, 20:28
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessTony Oz6 Feb, 20:10
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessFrank Reed6 Feb, 20:08
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessBob Goethe6 Feb, 18:26
Re: What sextant to buy ?Brad Morris6 Feb, 17:35
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensFrank Reed6 Feb, 17:04
Re: What sextant to buy ?Bruce Cutting6 Feb, 16:20
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensBrad Morris6 Feb, 16:20
Re: What sextant to buy ?Bruce J. Pennino6 Feb, 15:33
Re: What sextant to buy ?Greg Rudzinski6 Feb, 13:08
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensEd Popko6 Feb, 12:43
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensBob Goethe6 Feb, 12:40
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensBrad Morris6 Feb, 10:32
Re: ADMIN NavList on small screensBrad Morris6 Feb, 10:28
Re: What sextant to buy ?Bill Lionheart6 Feb, 09:43
Re: What sextant to buy ?Terry Syrokosz6 Feb, 09:35
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessTony Oz6 Feb, 09:17
ADMIN NavList on small screensFrank Reed6 Feb, 07:25
Re: What sextant to buy ?Frank Reed6 Feb, 06:46
What sextant to buy ?Terry Syrokosz6 Feb, 00:25
Re: More on the North Magnetic Pole (NYT)Frank Reed6 Feb, 00:05
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessFrank Reed5 Feb, 23:04
Re: Is most probable position (MPP) a dangerous misnomer?Bill Lionheart5 Feb, 22:22
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessBob Goethe5 Feb, 21:52
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralBill Lionheart5 Feb, 21:37
Re: More on the North Magnetic Pole (NYT)Tony Oz5 Feb, 21:00
Re: Is most probable position (MPP) a dangerous misnomer?Frank Reed5 Feb, 20:06
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayEd Popko5 Feb, 19:52
Re: Is most probable position (MPP) a dangerous misnomer?David Pike5 Feb, 19:42
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralDavid Pike5 Feb, 19:37
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayAndrés Ruiz5 Feb, 19:24
Re: More on the North Magnetic Pole (NYT)Jackson McDonald5 Feb, 17:41
Re: More on the North Magnetic Pole (NYT)Frank Reed5 Feb, 17:49
Re: More on the North Magnetic Pole (NYT)Tony Oz5 Feb, 14:04
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingTony Oz5 Feb, 12:33
Re: Is most probable position (MPP) a dangerous misnomer?Andrés Ruiz5 Feb, 09:35
Re: Any reading suggestions?Örjan Sandström5 Feb, 08:57
More on the North Magnetic Pole (NYT)Jackson McDonald5 Feb, 07:20
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessBob Goethe4 Feb, 22:32
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralGreg Rudzinski4 Feb, 22:07
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralGreg Rudzinski4 Feb, 21:27
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingJohn D. Howard4 Feb, 21:24
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingPaul Hirose4 Feb, 20:06
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingMichael Bradley4 Feb, 19:54
Re: Any reading suggestions?James Hofmann4 Feb, 18:46
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralGary LaPook4 Feb, 18:40
Re: Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralBob Goethe4 Feb, 18:31
Re: Is most probable position (MPP) a dangerous misnomer?Bill Lionheart4 Feb, 12:49
Examples of cocked hat far from equilateralBill Lionheart4 Feb, 10:07
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingTony Oz4 Feb, 09:47
Re: Any reading suggestions?Örjan Sandström4 Feb, 09:33
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingMichael Bradley3 Feb, 22:40
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingPaul Hirose3 Feb, 19:27
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayEd Popko3 Feb, 16:58
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayMike Burkes3 Feb, 15:41
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessDavid Pike3 Feb, 11:52
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike3 Feb, 11:13
Re: Gyro sextantTony Oz3 Feb, 09:10
Re: Gyro sextantBill Morris2 Feb, 22:55
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayEd Popko2 Feb, 22:01
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessTony Oz2 Feb, 21:53
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessGary LaPook2 Feb, 20:49
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessBrad Morris2 Feb, 20:04
Re: Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessGreg Rudzinski2 Feb, 19:33
Northern Limits of Magnetic Compass UsefulnessBob Goethe2 Feb, 19:06
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayRon Jones2 Feb, 18:13
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayEd Popko2 Feb, 12:22
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingMichael Bradley2 Feb, 10:27
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingBrad Morris2 Feb, 00:02
Re: Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingMichael Bradley1 Feb, 22:09
Re: Any reading suggestions?Paul Hirose1 Feb, 20:39
Pointless? Optimisation - Intercept PlottingMichael Bradley1 Feb, 19:25
Re: Any reading suggestions?Brad Morris1 Feb, 15:26
Re: Any reading suggestions?David Pike1 Feb, 14:39
Re: Any reading suggestions?Greg Rudzinski1 Feb, 13:04
Any reading suggestions?Örjan Sandström1 Feb, 10:26
Re: Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayAntoine Couëtte1 Feb, 08:23
Moon, Venus and Jupiter todayAndrés Ruiz1 Feb, 07:21
Re: Compatibility Freiberger / SNO-TBill Morris1 Feb, 03:26
Re: Sir John Franklin's artificial horizonGary LaPook31 Jan, 18:03
Re: Sir John Franklin's artificial horizonMichael Bradley31 Jan, 15:53
Re: Sir John Franklin's artificial horizonRobin Stuart31 Jan, 12:40
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike31 Jan, 10:39
Sir John Franklin's artificial horizonGary LaPook31 Jan, 09:36
Compatibility Freiberger / SNO-TPosth P31 Jan, 07:36
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike30 Jan, 22:21
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Frank Reed30 Jan, 20:28
Re: With the aid of CN, Van Den Heede wins the Golden Globe round-the-world raceFrank Reed30 Jan, 19:22
Re: With the aid of CN, Van Den Heede wins the Golden Globe round-the-world raceGreg Rudzinski30 Jan, 18:35
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Brad Morris30 Jan, 18:28
With the aid of CN, Van Den Heede wins the Golden Globe round-the-world raceEd Popko30 Jan, 11:09
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Frank Reed30 Jan, 06:28
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Brad Morris30 Jan, 04:57
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Frank Reed30 Jan, 03:52
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Brad Morris30 Jan, 02:13
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Frank Reed30 Jan, 01:26
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Brad Morris30 Jan, 00:48
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.David Pike30 Jan, 00:00
Re: In memoriam: Stan KleinPete Solon Palmer29 Jan, 18:37
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Brad Morris29 Jan, 17:26
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Robert Wyatt29 Jan, 17:18
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Brad Morris29 Jan, 17:16
Re: Sun and moon at the North Pole.Frank Reed29 Jan, 17:11
Sun and moon at the North Pole.Tom Sult29 Jan, 15:39
Re: Gyro sextantSean C29 Jan, 06:06
Re: In memoriam: Stan KleinAlan S28 Jan, 22:05
Re: In memoriam: Stan KleinMark Coady28 Jan, 19:46
Question about history of lunar distanceDucruy Jacques28 Jan, 17:07
Re: In memoriam: Stan KleinDave Walden28 Jan, 14:31
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike28 Jan, 09:56
Re: Gyro sextantGeoffrey Kolbe28 Jan, 07:05
Re: In memoriam: Stan KleinAndrés Ruiz28 Jan, 06:55
Re: In memoriam: Stan KleinSean C28 Jan, 06:06
Re: In memoriam: Stan KleinSteve E. Bryant28 Jan, 03:33
Re: In memoriam: Stan KleinEd Popko27 Jan, 22:33
In memoriam: Stan KleinFrank Reed27 Jan, 19:20
Re: Gyro sextantTony Oz27 Jan, 18:51
So much for the lunar eclipseLu Abel27 Jan, 16:57
Re: Gyro sextantBrad Morris27 Jan, 16:23
Re: Gyro sextantGeoffrey Kolbe27 Jan, 15:34
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike27 Jan, 11:41
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike27 Jan, 11:16
Re: Gyro sextantBrad Morris27 Jan, 03:57
Re: Gyro sextantBruce Cutting27 Jan, 00:47
Re: Gyro sextantBruce Cutting27 Jan, 00:33
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike26 Jan, 23:31
Re: Gyro sextantBrad Morris26 Jan, 22:38
Navi, Dnoces, and RegorFrank Reed26 Jan, 22:06
Re: Gyro sextantBill Morris26 Jan, 21:11
Re: Gyro sextantChris Caswell26 Jan, 15:46
Re: Gyro sextantTony Oz26 Jan, 08:51
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike26 Jan, 00:03
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike25 Jan, 23:47
Re: Gyro sextantPaul Brewer25 Jan, 22:41
Re: Gyro sextantBill Morris25 Jan, 21:32
Re: Gyro sextantPaul Brewer25 Jan, 21:01
Re: Gyro sextantAlexandre Eremenko25 Jan, 20:11
ADMIN website slowFrank Reed25 Jan, 19:45
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike25 Jan, 10:13
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike25 Jan, 09:42
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike25 Jan, 09:21
Re: Gyro sextantPaul Brewer25 Jan, 09:08
Re: Gyro sextantSean C25 Jan, 07:02
Re: Glowing space billboards could show ads in the night skyFrank Reed25 Jan, 02:48
Re: Kollsman periscopic sextant mountJacob M. Huffman III25 Jan, 01:33
Re: Gyro sextantDavid Pike24 Jan, 23:21
Re: Kollsman periscopic sextant mountKen Gebhart24 Jan, 23:12
Re: Gyro sextantBrad Morris24 Jan, 22:17
Re: Gyro sextantPaul Brewer24 Jan, 21:17
Re: Gyro sextantGary LaPook24 Jan, 21:13
Re: Lunars on eclipse day, IE surprise and time bracketsEd Popko24 Jan, 20:17
Re: Gyro sextantTony Oz24 Jan, 19:20
Re: Gyro sextantFrank Reed24 Jan, 19:02
Re: Live AIS trackingDamian Lopez24 Jan, 18:39
Re: Lunars on eclipse day, IE surprise and time bracketsFrank Reed24 Jan, 18:28
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Damian Lopez24 Jan, 18:09
Re: Gyro sextantTony Oz24 Jan, 18:01
Re: Gyro sextantAlexandre Eremenko24 Jan, 16:57
Lunars on eclipse day, IE surprise and time bracketsEd Popko24 Jan, 14:58
Re: Gyro sextantTony Oz24 Jan, 14:49
Re: New Year's resolutionsAndrés Ruiz24 Jan, 08:29
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Mark Coady24 Jan, 03:32
Glowing space billboards could show ads in the night skySean C24 Jan, 02:53
Re: Gyro sextantBrad Morris24 Jan, 01:39
Re: Live AIS trackingMark Coady24 Jan, 01:26
Re: CNAV and Rearranging the mass of the earth's water?Mark Coady24 Jan, 00:34
Re: Gyro sextantBrad Morris24 Jan, 00:29
Re: Live AIS trackingBrad Morris24 Jan, 00:04
Gyro sextantBill Morris23 Jan, 22:38
Re: Live AIS trackingFrank Reed23 Jan, 21:35
Re: Live AIS trackingDamian Lopez23 Jan, 20:55
Re: CNAV and Rearranging the mass of the earth's water?Frank Reed23 Jan, 20:39
Re: Live AIS trackingBrad Morris23 Jan, 18:14
Re: CNAV and Rearranging the mass of the earth's water?Brad Morris23 Jan, 17:19
Re: Live AIS trackingBruce Cutting23 Jan, 16:41
CNAV and Rearranging the mass of the earth's water?Mark Coady23 Jan, 13:47
Why paper maps still matter in the digital ageJackson McDonald23 Jan, 11:36
Live AIS trackingGary LaPook23 Jan, 07:27
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Brad Morris22 Jan, 22:47
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Tony Oz22 Jan, 20:43
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Brad Morris22 Jan, 18:23
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Tony Oz22 Jan, 16:30
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Frank Reed22 Jan, 16:09
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Tony Oz22 Jan, 15:49
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Robert Wyatt22 Jan, 15:33
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Greg Rudzinski22 Jan, 15:16
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Tony Oz22 Jan, 14:51
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Robert VanderPol II22 Jan, 14:31
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Damian Lopez22 Jan, 13:50
Re: A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Dennis Jewitt22 Jan, 13:33
A DIY Faraday cage: caveats and hints?Tony Oz22 Jan, 11:06
Re: Life on the OceanBrian Walton22 Jan, 04:40
Re: Flying to AntarcticaAntoine Couëtte22 Jan, 00:41
Re: The Moon is near zenith at 60 N these daysFrank Reed21 Jan, 21:21
Re: The Moon is near zenith at 60 N these daysDavid Pike21 Jan, 21:03
Re: Flying to AntarcticaFrank Reed21 Jan, 21:00
Re: Flying to AntarcticaDavid Pike21 Jan, 20:43
Re: The Moon is near zenith at 60 N these daysTony Oz21 Jan, 19:47
Re: Flying to AntarcticaDavid Pike21 Jan, 19:40
The Moon is near zenith at 60 N these daysTony Oz21 Jan, 19:15
Re: Flying to AntarcticaBrad Morris21 Jan, 16:12
Re: Flying to AntarcticaAntoine Couëtte21 Jan, 11:07
Re: Flying to AntarcticaBrad Morris21 Jan, 02:56
Re: Flying to AntarcticaJohn D. Howard21 Jan, 02:09
Re: Flying to AntarcticaBrad Morris21 Jan, 01:30
Re: Flying to AntarcticaDavid C21 Jan, 01:03
Re: Flying to AntarcticaDavid C21 Jan, 00:32
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?Gary LaPook21 Jan, 00:19
Various editions of Burton's navigation tablesAlan S20 Jan, 22:55
Re: Flying to AntarcticaRoger W. Sinnott20 Jan, 22:23
Finding UT from a lunar eclipseRoger W. Sinnott20 Jan, 21:48
Lunar Eclipse in Icy New EnglandFrank Reed20 Jan, 21:44
Re: Flying to AntarcticaBrad Morris20 Jan, 20:30
Re: Flying to AntarcticaBrad Morris20 Jan, 19:50
Dr. Gladys West, inducted into Air Force Hall Of FamePaul Saffo20 Jan, 19:08
Re: Flying to AntarcticaJohn D. Howard20 Jan, 19:02
Flying to AntarcticaBrad Morris20 Jan, 17:38
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?Brad Morris20 Jan, 17:30
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?John D. Howard20 Jan, 17:21
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?Robert VanderPol II20 Jan, 17:18
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?David C20 Jan, 07:33
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?Gary LaPook20 Jan, 05:44
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?Rommel John Miller20 Jan, 00:19
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?Tony Oz19 Jan, 23:28
Re: Moby Dick TalesTony Oz19 Jan, 23:06
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?Frank Reed19 Jan, 23:05
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?John D. Howard19 Jan, 22:57
Re: Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?Brad Morris19 Jan, 22:38
Why no airtraffic over Antarctica?Tony Oz19 Jan, 22:12
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrank Reed19 Jan, 21:56
Re: New Year's resolutionsFrank Reed19 Jan, 21:15
Re: Finding great circle apex?Frank Reed19 Jan, 19:55
Re: Finding great circle apex?Brad Morris19 Jan, 17:45
Re: Finding great circle apex?David Pike19 Jan, 14:50
Re: Makeover for MaskelyneRobin Stuart19 Jan, 14:04
Re: Moby Dick TalesTony Oz19 Jan, 10:58
Re: Finding great circle apex?Sean C19 Jan, 05:19
Makeover for MaskelyneMarcelo S18 Jan, 22:46
New Year's resolutionsJackson McDonald18 Jan, 22:40
Re: Moby Dick TalesJackson McDonald18 Jan, 21:53
Re: Murdoch's Sun-Sight Reduction ProgramDon Byers18 Jan, 21:43
Murdoch's Sun-Sight Reduction ProgramDon Byers18 Jan, 20:01
Re: Correcting declination for longitudeFrank Reed18 Jan, 19:14
Correcting declination for longitudePaul Hughes18 Jan, 19:05
Re: Finding great circle apex?David Pike18 Jan, 13:21
Re: Finding great circle apex?Tony Oz18 Jan, 08:37
Re: Finding great circle apex?Andrés Ruiz18 Jan, 08:02
Re: Finding great circle apex?Andrés Ruiz18 Jan, 07:54
Re: Finding great circle apex?Sean C17 Jan, 21:53
Re: Finding great circle apex?David Pike17 Jan, 20:31
Re: Finding great circle apex?Robin Stuart17 Jan, 19:22
Re: Finding great circle apex?David Pike17 Jan, 19:13
Re: Oh No! Fundamental flaw in celestial navigation revealed!Brad Morris17 Jan, 19:02
Re: Oh No! Fundamental flaw in celestial navigation revealed!Tony Oz17 Jan, 17:54
Re: Oh No! Fundamental flaw in celestial navigation revealed!Frank Reed17 Jan, 17:07
Oh No! Fundamental flaw in celestial navigation revealed!Robin Stuart17 Jan, 16:07
Finding great circle apex?Tony Oz17 Jan, 10:54
Re: CN on the Moon: where are its' poles?Sean C17 Jan, 05:52
Re: Spur of the moment long by chronBrad Morris16 Jan, 22:45
Re: CN on the Moon: where are its' poles?Frank Reed16 Jan, 19:32
Re: CN on the Moon: where are its' poles?Tony Oz16 Jan, 17:35
Re: CN on the Moon: where are its' poles?Paul Dolkas16 Jan, 17:20
Re: CN on the Moon: where are its' poles?Tony Oz16 Jan, 16:53
Re: CN on the Moon: where are its' poles?Robert VanderPol II16 Jan, 16:04
Re: CN on the Moon: where are its' poles?Frank Reed16 Jan, 16:02
CN on the Moon: where are its' poles?Tony Oz16 Jan, 11:01
Re: Spur of the moment long by chronBrian Walton16 Jan, 05:47
Re: Moby Dick TalesBruce J. Pennino15 Jan, 23:58
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrank Reed15 Jan, 20:22
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrank Reed15 Jan, 20:04
Re: Moby Dick TalesDon Seltzer15 Jan, 19:06
Re: Followup on USS Fitzgerald CollisionBrad Morris15 Jan, 18:17
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeBob Goethe15 Jan, 17:52
Re: Alain Gerbault logbookPaul Bedel15 Jan, 16:46
Re: Estimating distance on a Fractal WorldJohn D. Howard15 Jan, 16:11
Re: Moby Dick TalesDon Seltzer15 Jan, 15:06
Re: Life on the OceanBruce J. Pennino15 Jan, 14:41
Followup on USS Fitzgerald CollisionMike Mayer15 Jan, 13:07
Re: Spur of the moment long by chronBrad Morris15 Jan, 11:35
Re: Life on the OceanBrian Walton15 Jan, 04:16
Re: Spur of the moment long by chronBrian Walton15 Jan, 02:43
Re: Life on the OceanDavid Pike14 Jan, 23:39
GPS 3 and the history of GPSRichard Easton14 Jan, 22:53
Re: Life on the OceanEd Popko14 Jan, 22:43
Re: Life on the OceanFrank Reed14 Jan, 22:48
Re: Life on the OceanMichael Bradley14 Jan, 22:37
Re: Life on the OceanTony Oz14 Jan, 21:50
Re: Life on the OceanBrad Morris14 Jan, 21:13
Re: Life on the OceanRobin Stuart14 Jan, 20:52
Re: Estimating distance on a Fractal WorldGeoffrey Kolbe14 Jan, 19:53
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationRobin Stuart14 Jan, 18:59
Re: Life on the OceanBrad Morris14 Jan, 18:07
Re: Life on the OceanLuc Van den Borre14 Jan, 17:52
Re: Life on the OceanFrank Reed14 Jan, 17:21
Re: Life on the OceanBrad Morris14 Jan, 17:13
Re: Life on the OceanLuc Van den Borre14 Jan, 16:37
Re: Extra! Extra! Read all about it.Frank Reed14 Jan, 16:27
Re: Life on the OceanFrank Reed14 Jan, 16:04
Extra! Extra! Read all about it.Robin Stuart14 Jan, 15:50
Life on the OceanRobin Stuart14 Jan, 15:14
Re: Earth's Magnetic North Pole is moving more and more quicklyBruce J. Pennino14 Jan, 14:18
Re: Moby Dick TalesDavid Pike14 Jan, 11:48
Re: Estimating distance on a Fractal WorldFrancis Upchurch14 Jan, 05:19
Re: SlideRule usesPaul Dolkas14 Jan, 04:27
Re: Moby Dick TalesMark Coady14 Jan, 01:58
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationPaul Hirose13 Jan, 23:16
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeBob Goethe13 Jan, 23:12
Estimating distance on a Fractal WorldFrank Reed13 Jan, 22:48
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeBill Morris13 Jan, 22:18
Re: Earth's Magnetic North Pole is moving more and more quicklyGary LaPook13 Jan, 20:44
Re: Earth's Magnetic North Pole is moving more and more quicklyBrad Morris13 Jan, 20:26
Re: Earth's Magnetic North Pole is moving more and more quicklyFrank Reed13 Jan, 20:25
Earth's Magnetic North Pole is moving more and more quicklyLu Abel13 Jan, 18:18
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationRobin Stuart13 Jan, 17:41
Re: Alain Gerbault logbookFrank Reed13 Jan, 17:04
Re: Alain Gerbault logbookLars Bergman13 Jan, 14:06
Re: Alain Gerbault logbookPaul Bedel13 Jan, 10:43
Re: Moby Dick TalesBrad Morris13 Jan, 00:50
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationPaul Hirose12 Jan, 21:20
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrancis Upchurch12 Jan, 20:56
Re: Declination magneticAndrés Ruiz12 Jan, 20:27
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrank Reed12 Jan, 19:24
Re: Declination magneticPaul Hughes12 Jan, 18:32
Re: Moby Dick TalesDon Seltzer12 Jan, 16:41
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrank Reed12 Jan, 16:08
Re: Moby Dick TalesBrad Morris12 Jan, 15:11
Re: Alain Gerbault logbookLars Bergman12 Jan, 14:15
Declination magneticHerman Dekker12 Jan, 10:23
SlideRule usesHerman Dekker12 Jan, 10:04
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationPaul Hirose12 Jan, 08:47
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrank Reed11 Jan, 23:02
Re: Moby Dick TalesDavid Pike11 Jan, 20:25
Re: Moby Dick TalesDon Seltzer11 Jan, 19:41
Re: Moby Dick TalesBrad Morris11 Jan, 19:07
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationRobin Stuart11 Jan, 18:50
Re: Alain Gerbault logbookPaul Bedel11 Jan, 14:35
Re: Moby Dick TalesDon Seltzer11 Jan, 14:34
Re: Moby Dick TalesTony Oz11 Jan, 10:18
Re: World Magnetic Model updateAndrés Ruiz11 Jan, 07:17
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeSean C11 Jan, 06:25
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeFrank Reed11 Jan, 04:46
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationPaul Hirose11 Jan, 04:24
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeDavid C11 Jan, 02:52
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeDavid C11 Jan, 02:18
Re: Moby Dick TalesDavid Pike10 Jan, 23:55
World Magnetic Model updatePaul Hirose10 Jan, 21:41
Re: Moby Dick TalesJackson McDonald10 Jan, 20:55
Re: Moby Dick TalesBrad Morris10 Jan, 20:29
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeBob Goethe10 Jan, 20:21
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeBob Goethe10 Jan, 20:03
Re: Alain Gerbault logbookLars Bergman10 Jan, 19:59
Re: Moby Dick TalesTony Oz10 Jan, 19:52
Re: GPS Time and Network TimeFrank Reed10 Jan, 19:08
GPS Time and Network TimeBob Goethe10 Jan, 18:54
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrancis Upchurch10 Jan, 18:44
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrank Reed10 Jan, 18:30
Re: Moby Dick TalesEd Popko10 Jan, 16:23
Re: Moby Dick TalesDon Seltzer10 Jan, 15:46
Re: Moby Dick TalesBrad Morris10 Jan, 14:40
Re: Moby Dick TalesBruce J. Pennino10 Jan, 14:22
Re: Radio Time signalsBill Lionheart10 Jan, 11:51
Re: Alain Gerbault logbookLars Bergman10 Jan, 11:18
Re: Moby Dick TalesGary LaPook10 Jan, 09:39
Re: Moby Dick TalesRobert Eno10 Jan, 05:36
Re: Moby Dick TalesJohn D. Howard10 Jan, 04:30
Re: Moby Dick TalesDon Seltzer10 Jan, 00:47
Re: Moby Dick TalesGreg Rudzinski10 Jan, 00:25
Re: Moby Dick TalesEd Popko9 Jan, 23:22
Re: Noticed by the James Caird Society!Brad Morris9 Jan, 23:09
Re: Moby Dick TalesBob Goethe9 Jan, 22:35
Re: Moby Dick TalesFrank Reed9 Jan, 22:31
Moby Dick TalesBruce J. Pennino9 Jan, 22:02
Re: Radio Time signalsRobert Wyatt9 Jan, 20:14
Re: Radio Time signalsGary LaPook9 Jan, 19:15
Re: Noticed by the James Caird Society!Ed Popko9 Jan, 17:15
A DIY almanac and tables by Erik De ManTony Oz9 Jan, 16:28
Re: Radio Time signalsTony Oz9 Jan, 16:10
Noticed by the James Caird Society!Brad Morris9 Jan, 14:46
Re: Replacement LED for Astra III B ArcCharles McElhill9 Jan, 13:30
Radio Time signalsPosth P9 Jan, 10:26
Re: ... few other mattersAndrés Ruiz9 Jan, 07:23
Re: Leveling of artificial horizonBob Goethe9 Jan, 01:14
Re: Replacement LED for Astra III B ArcSean C9 Jan, 00:57
Re: Leveling of artificial horizonBrad Morris8 Jan, 23:09
Re: Leveling of artificial horizonJohn D. Howard8 Jan, 22:52
Re: ... few other mattersGreg Rudzinski8 Jan, 21:26
Leveling of artificial horizonAlan S8 Jan, 21:14
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationRobin Stuart8 Jan, 20:56
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationRobin Stuart8 Jan, 20:35
Replacement LED for Astra III B ArcCharles McElhill8 Jan, 20:34
Alain Gerbault logbookPaul Bedel8 Jan, 20:21
Re: Sighting errorsDavid Pike8 Jan, 20:11
Re: ... few other mattersalexander duytschaever8 Jan, 20:04
Re: Sighting errorsJoel Lynn8 Jan, 19:17
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationGeoffrey Kolbe8 Jan, 18:55
Re: Longitude by Lunar OccultationTony Oz8 Jan, 18:04
Longitude by Lunar OccultationRobin Stuart8 Jan, 16:27
Re: ... few other mattersAndrés Ruiz8 Jan, 13:28
Re: Sighting errorsGeoffrey Kolbe8 Jan, 12:52
Re: ADMIN private messages plus a few other mattersTony Oz8 Jan, 09:40
Re: Sighting errorsBrad Morris8 Jan, 04:43
Re: Sighting errorsJoel Lynn8 Jan, 01:11
Re: Sighting errorsBrad Morris7 Jan, 23:08
... few other mattersAndrés Ruiz7 Jan, 18:50
Re: Sighting errorsJoel Lynn7 Jan, 22:09
Re: Sighting errorsPeter Monta7 Jan, 21:36
Re: ADMIN private messages plus a few other mattersBrad Morris7 Jan, 19:32
Re: Sighting errorsGreg Rudzinski7 Jan, 19:29
Re: Sighting errorsBrad Morris7 Jan, 19:20
Sighting errorsJoel Lynn7 Jan, 17:54
Re: ADMIN private messages plus a few other mattersAntoine Couëtte7 Jan, 16:03
Re: ADMIN private messages plus a few other mattersBrad Morris7 Jan, 15:52
Re: ADMIN private messages plus a few other mattersAntoine Couëtte7 Jan, 09:00
Re: ADMIN private messages plus a few other mattersAlan S7 Jan, 04:34
ADMIN private messages plus a few other mattersFrank Reed7 Jan, 04:15
Re: Spur of the moment long by chronFrank Reed7 Jan, 03:54
Re: Spur of the moment long by chronRobin Stuart5 Jan, 19:35
Re: A lunar in 1845Ed Popko4 Jan, 20:11
Re: A lunar in 1845Frank Reed4 Jan, 17:34
Re: A lunar in 1845Ed Popko4 Jan, 13:57
Re: Geogebra?Tony Oz3 Jan, 19:46
Longitude inLars Bergman3 Jan, 19:37
Re: A lunar in 1845Frank Reed3 Jan, 18:00
Re: A lunar in 1845Jackson McDonald3 Jan, 17:57
Re: A lunar in 1845Ed Popko3 Jan, 12:02
Re: A lunar in 1845Frank Reed3 Jan, 00:14
Re: A lunar in 1845Don Seltzer2 Jan, 20:46
Re: A lunar in 1845Frank Reed2 Jan, 17:43
Re: A lunar in 1845Don Seltzer2 Jan, 14:54
Re: It's 2019...Bruce J. Pennino2 Jan, 14:43
Re: Geogebra?Sean C2 Jan, 12:07
Re: A lunar in 1845Ed Popko2 Jan, 11:47
Re: It's 2019...Gary LaPook2 Jan, 07:25
Re: It's 2019...David C2 Jan, 05:04
Re: Welcome to the New YearBruce J. Pennino2 Jan, 02:06
A lunar in 1845Frank Reed1 Jan, 23:06
Re: Welcome to the New YearEd Popko1 Jan, 22:08
Re: Welcome to the New YearRobert VanderPol II1 Jan, 21:50
Re: It's 2019...Gary LaPook1 Jan, 19:19
Re: It's 2019...Jackson McDonald1 Jan, 15:13
Welcome to the New YearDerrick Young1 Jan, 15:13
Re: It's 2019...Frank Reed1 Jan, 14:51
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