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NORIE'S

NAUTICAL TABLES
WITH EXPLA N ATIO N S OF THEIR USE

EDITED BY

CA PTA I N A .G . BLA NCE B.Sc.

IMRAY LA U R IE N OR I E A N D WIL SON LTD


SA I NT I VES C A M BRIDGESH I R E ENGLAND
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CONTENTS
]'reface. 7
Explanation a nd use of t he T ables. 9
I. CO MP UTATI ON T A BL ES
Trave rse Ta bles. 2
M eridional Pans . '14
Loga rithms. 103
Loga rithms o fTri g. Functions. 11 8
Log. a nd Na tural H avc rsines. 242
al ural Functions of Angles. 34Y
Squares of Numbe rs. 364
Cubes of N um be rs, 366
Squa re Roots of Numbers, 36R
Cube Roots of Numbe rs. 372
11 . TA BLES FOR USE I N CE L ESTI A L N A V IGATI ON
A B & C Azimut h T'lbles. 380
Amplitudes and Correct ions. 429
Ex-Me ridi a n Tables. 432
Cha nge of '-lour A ngle with A ltitude, 449
Chnnge of Altitude in Onc Minute of Time , 451
Di p of Sea Horizon . 453

Monthly Mea n o f the Sun's Semi -dia me te r a nd


Para llax in A ltitude . 453
Augmentation of Moon's Semi-diamete r. 453
Reduc tio n o f the Moon's Parallax. 453
Mean Refraction . 454
Additional Refra ctio n Corrections, 454
Correction of Moon 's Meridional Passage, 455
Su n 's To tal Correctio n . 456
SlU r'S T ow l Correctio n. 462
Moon's TOIa l Correction Lowcr Limb . 466
Moon 's Tolal Corrcction U pper Lim b. 479
Ill. T A BL ES FOR US E I N COA STA L NAV I GATION
Day's R un - A verage Speed 494

Radar Ran ge . 501


Rada r -Plo th.' r'S Speed and DiSI,lRce. 502
Measured Mile Speed , 503
Dista nce by Ve rtical A ngle. 510
Extreme Range. 5 16
Distance o f the Sea Ho rizon . 51 8
Dip of the Shore Horizon. 5 19
Correction required 10 conve rt a Radio Great Cirde
Bea ring to Mercatori al Bearing, 520
I V. CONVE RSI ON AN D I)H YS I CAL TA B LES

Arc into T im e. 522


T ime into A rc, 523
Hours a nd Minutes to a Decimal of a Day, 524
Atmosph e ric Pressure Conve rsion, 525

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Te mpe rature Conve rsio n. Degrees El hn:nheit Degrees Celsius - Degree:- Fah re nhe it. 526
S I - British U ni ts, 527
Brit ish Ga ll o ns - Litres - Briti sh G,llIo n5, 52')
Brit ish Ga lil)!1s - US Gallons - BritIsh GallllIls. 53()
US Gallolls - Li tres - US Ga ll ons . 531
internatiorl<li Naut ica l Mile s - Kilo me tres -

Inlc rn;l,io llal Nauti('a l Miles. 532


Intc rnation.. 1 Na utica l Miles - Statute Miles Inte rnational Nautica l Miks. 533
Sta tut e Miks - Kilome t res - Stat ut e Miles. 534
Fa thom s - Met res - Fatho ms, 535

Decimal Fractions of a Deg ree. 536

v.

PORTS OF T HE WORLD
A lpha bet ical List. 53!'!

huide [rolll COl'er


Sun's To ta l Correctio n
In side /J(I( 'k co!'('/"

Star's '1'01;1 1 C orrectio n.

Decimal Fractions or a Degree

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PREFACE
Onc hundred "nd eighty years of publication involving many new edit ions and reprints atlord a
sea rching test of the usefulness and value of ,my publicat io n designed (0 meet the exacting re
quirclllcnt s o f navigators and the shipping industry. Since J. W. Norie published the first edition
of his COMPLETE SET OF NAUTI CAL TABLES AND EPITOME OF PRA CTICA L
NA VIGA Tl ON in 1803. the tabl es have und ergone a continuing process of change to maintain
their usefulness to the mode rn practical Ililvigator.
During Ihese years ma ny c hanges 10 the tables have been necessary in both CO ril Cl1I a nd
presclll'llio n to confo rm with changing techniques of naviga lion. bUI the ai m of the ed ito rs has
always bee n to have user fri e ndly naviglllionai t;lbles which could be used quic kly a nd casily under shipboa rd condi tions. This has resulted in many changes 10 the tables aimed at re moving
much of the tedium of interpol atio n. so e nabling the nav igator to obtain the answers to navigational prob le ms quickly with the minimum of probab il ity of crror. Ce rtain tables and data a rc
also incl uded which arc not readil y avai lable on board ship or arc on ly used in the examinatioll
room, but th e physica l dimension s o f the book impose stri ct limit s on what can be included with
the result that it is impossible to include all the tables the editor would wish.
[n the prese nt edition, the Star's Total Correction Tab[e inside the back cover. the Moon's
Total Correction Table and the exte nded Sla r's To la[ Correction Table have been redesigned to
reduce ime rpolation to a minimum .
The ed ito r wishes to tha nk all those who have suggested improveme nts to the tables. and will
we lcome a ny furthe r helpful c riticism which users of the T a bles may care to makc .

A. G. BLANCE
London [99 1

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EXPLANA nON AND


USE OF THE TABLES

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I. COMPUTATION TABLES
TRAVERSE TABLE
( Pages 2 - 93)

These Tables afford an easy and expeditious means of solving a ll problems that resolve themselves
inlo the sohllion of righ t-angled p la ne tria ngles. They can thus be a pplied to all the forms of
Saili ngs cltcept G reat Circle Sa iling; but they a re specially useful in resolving a Traverse. On this
account they are called Traverse T abks, and the terms Course, Distance, Djffe rence of Latitude and
Departure are used as names of the different parts involved.
The Traverse Table has now been brough t into line with the requirements of the modern com pass
notation by the inclusion. at the top a nd foot of each page, of the number of degrees of the new
(0- 360) circular system of reckonin g. correspondi ng to the value printed at centre of title in conformity with the older quadrantal notation. the latter form being retained for its application to the
so lut ion of certain problems in the Sailings and for its utility in the co nversi on of Departure to
Difference of Long itude and vice versa, as explained later in thi s article.
The figure s denoting th e number of degrees under the new arrangement are placed in the appropriate quadrants of a small diagrammatic symbol, represe nting the cardina l points of the compass,
a nd in these posi tions they introduce the equivalents in the new notation corresponding to the
number of degrees of the old system, show n at centre o f titles, when pertain ing to the respect ive
quad rants. T he arrangement will be better understood by reference 10 an example ; thus, on page
58 - '28 D EG REES'
For old
Read new

115r

2080

or vice versa, and . as examples of the reverse process, o n page 38, but this time from the foot
with ca pti on '72 DEGR EES'~r
Fo r new
_ 1 _
28 80 1
1
Read old

N7rE

I logo
S7rE

25r I
S7rw

N7rw

It will be obse rved that , in the new notation of the Traverse Table, the three-figure degrees
correspond ing to Easterly courses are placed in the symbol diagram towa rds the right-ha nd side
of the pa ge, in contrad isti nction to those for Westerly equivalents wh ich are printed on the left .
The courses, in both the old and new notation, are di splayed at the top and bottom of the pages,
whi le the Di stances are arranged in order in the columns marked Dist. The Difference of Lati tude
and DeplITwre co rresponding to any given Run on any given Course will be found in the column s
ma rked D. Lat. and Dep ., respecti vely, of the page for the gi ve n Course and opposite the given
Distance. But it must most carefully be observed tha t when the required Course is fo und a t the
lOp of t he page, the Difference of Latitude and Depa rture also are to be taken from the columns
as named at the lOp o f the page; and when the Course appears at the foot of the page, the relevant
quantities too must be taken from the columns as named at the foot of the page.
When a ny of the given qua ntit ies (except the Cou rse which is never to be changed) exceeds the
li mits of the ta bles, any aliquot pa rt, as a half or a third, is to be taken , and the qua ntities found
are to be doubled or t re bled ; tha t is, they a re to be multiplied by the same figure as the given quant ity
was di vided by. And since the Difference of Latitude and Departure correspo nding to any given
Co urse and Dista nce are to be found oppos ite the Di stance on that page which contains the Course.
it follow s tha t if any two of the four part s be given , and these two be found in their proper places
in the tables, {he othe r two will be found in thei r respective places o n the same page.
The fo llowing examples will ill ustrate the appl ication of the tables 10 Plane Sa iling :-

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1 Example' : Find t he difference of latitude and deparlure made good by a ship in sailing 84 miles on

a course 112. (S68E., O ld Style).


~
Co urse I 1r is found in the Tab le at foo t O f~ Oppos ite 84 in the Distance column on that
page we gel:- O. Lat. 3 1' 5, Dep. 779.
The D. Lat. is named S and Departure E, bec;:!use it is noted that I lr is shown in the South and
East quadrant of t he compass sy mbol.
~ Example : Find the course and distance made good by a ship whose difference of lati tude was found
to be 431 mi les S, and deoartur~ 132' W.
431 and 132 are not to be found alongside each other, but in the Table on age 37 e find 43 13
and 13 1'9, and these arc sulTicient ly near to the desired value for all practical pur
These give
197, or 17 old styl e, as a course, and 451 as a dista nce. HcnceCou rse 517 W, or 197, a nd Distance 451 miles.
These tables may also, as has already been stated, be appli~d to solving problems in Parallel and
Midd le Latitude 5a ilings. In solving these problems the Cou rse (old nOlal ion) a llhe top o r bottom
of page beco mes the l atitude or Midd le l atitude, the Distance col umn becomes a Diff. l ongi lUde
column , and the O. Lat. column becomes a Oep . column. To faci litate the taking out of these
qua ntities the D. Long. and Ocp. arc brac ketcd together. and the words D. Long ., and Dep. are also
printed in italics at the top o f their respective columns when the Latitude or Midd le Lat itude, as
course, is at the fop; but at the bottom of their respect ive columns when Latit ude or Midd le Latitude,
as cou rse is at the b0110m .

.7 Example: In Latitude o r Middle Lat itude 47" the depa rt ure made good was 260' ,5; requi red Ihe
diffe re nce of Lo ngitude.
With 47 as course at the bo t/ om of the page, look in the co lumn with Dep . printed in italics at the
bot/om , ju st over the end of the bracket; and opposite to 260'- '-5-wiILl2:t found 382 in the D. Long.
column, wh ich is the Difference of Longi tude requ ired . ? o3L '6~)
1/ Example: A ship. after sa iling Ea st 260', 5, had
parallel of Latitude on which s he sailed .

chan~hCT"Longitude

6 22',

R~qui red

the

6 22' eq uals 382' . Opposite 382 in D. Long_ column is 260' 5 in Dep, colu mn ente red from the
b,,,,om, aod th, pamlle] 00 wh;ch ,he sa;],d;s LaL 4 T' ~

MERIDIONAL PARTS (For the Spheroid)


( P~ges

94 . t02)

Th is table is used in resolving pr ob ! ~ms by Mercators Sailing and in construct ing charts on
Merca tor's projection . T he merid ional parts are to be taken out fo r the d ~g r~~s answering to the
given latitude at the fOp o r bottom, and for Ihe m i n u t ~s a t either side column . Thus, the meridional
parts corresponding 10 the lat itude 49 57' are 345]-88.

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EXPLANA TION OF TH E TABLES

LOGARITHMS
( Pl>ges 103 - 117)

This ta ble gives correct to fi ve signifi ca nt fi gures the ma ntissae (or frac tio nal parts) of the commo n
logarit hms of numbers. The operator must decide for himseJfthe integral or whole number part of
the loga rithm (called the characteri stic) acco rding to the positio n of the decimal point in th e natural
numbe r.

The rules for determining the characteristic can be demo nstrated by the following:
10 {)()()
I {)()()
100
10
I
0 -1
0-01
0001
0000 1

10g.1O 10 {)()()

10'
10'
10'
10 '
10'

10g.1O
log'l/)

10- -

10g'10

log'HI
10g'10

\O - ~

\og)O

10- 1

10g'10

IO - ~

10g. 10

I ()()()
100
10
I
0-1
0-01
0-001

3
2
I
0
-I

- 2
- 3
- 4

o-{)()() I

T he above, which may be extended infinitely in both directions, shows that the log. of, say. 342
must li e betwee n 2 and 3. Similarly, the log. of 2964 must be between I and 2. From the table it
will be fou nd that log. 34~
= ,53403 a nd Jog. 2964 = 147 188. These statem ents could be expressed liS follows:rs10':t
(?3 1~
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IOU :J.I(13 = 342
I ()1.m M = 2964

For numbers greater than I the rule fo r findin g the characteri stic is- T he c haracteristic is the
nu mber which is I less than the number of figures before the decimal point. If there are five figure~
before the decimal point the c haracteristic is 4; if there is o nc figure before the decimal point the
characteristic is 0, and so on. Thu s:-

3-73062
2- 73062

log. 5378
log. 5378
log.
5378
log.
5378

-~

173062

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0-73062

For numbers less Ihan I the ru le for fi nding t he cha racteristic i5- The negati ve characteristic of the
log. o f a number less tha n I is the number wh ich is I mo re than the number of no ughts betwee n the
decim a l point and the first si gnificant fi gure. Thus:log.
log.
log.
log.

05378
0 05378
0{l05378
O{)005378

1-73062

2 73062
373062
4 73062

Tabular logarithms To a void the nega tive characteristics, logari th ms in tabu lar form are o bta ined
by adding 10 to the characteri st ic.
Example : log 053 78
= 1 73062 o r in tabu lar form 973062
rc)g 0005378 = )73062 o r in tabular fo rm 773062
In the ta bles of logarithms of trigonometrical function s the ch aracteristi c is given in both form s at the
top of eac h co lumn of logarithm s.

Example : log. sin . 5 30' = '2"98 157 or 898 157 /


log. cot. 5 30' = 10 1642 or 1101642

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1111 er po! (J/ iOIl

When the num ber whose logari th m is req u ired consists of ro ur si gni ficam figu res o r less the
mant issa is ta ken rrom the ma in pa rt of the table. W here there a re fi ve sig nifican t fi gures the
diffe rence ror the fifth figure is o bta ined from the relevan t sectio n o f the D col um n.
E.ramp l t" : log . 14027 = 2!4675 f 21 =

(i'0-5e..

21 4696

-10'; )

Ir the num ber co nsists or more tha n six sign ifica n t fi gures the app roxima te logarithm ca n be round by
sim ple proportion.
Example: log. 140277

21 4675 (rrom ma in table ) + 21 (rrom D col umn)


+ 2 (by simp le propo rti on)
2 1469S

Ta find ,lte nllmht'r, N, IrllOse log. is k ,lOlI"l/ . Ir the number is requ ired to four significant figures o r
less al l that is necessary is to fi nd the series o f d igi ts correspo nding to the tab u lated ma m issa wh ich is
lIt"an's! to Ihe one given. T he characteristic of the log. will determ ine the pos ition o f the dec imal
po int. Th us:-

G;,," log. N ~ 187109.

11?\

Nea rest tabulated mantissa 87 111 gives digi ts 7432.


P.3
:
T he charac tcriSlic being I , there a re two Hgures berore the decimal poin t.
Th e requ ired number, N, is the refo re 74 32.

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The fo llo wing examples will serve to illu strate the procedure whe n m o re than rour sign ifi ca nt figu res
a re req uired . Suppose the number, N. co rrect to five significan t figures is requi red whe n log. N is
known to be 2 27 104.

Example : log. N = 2 27 104


T he nex t less tabu la ted m a nl issa 27091 gives the d igit s 1866. ( D~<: e
But ,27 104 - 2709 1 = 13
I ..J
:. Entering the 18Q-..189 section of the D column the fift h fi gure is 6 ror a D va lue of 12 a nd bv
sim ple pro portion the sixth fi gure is the refore 5.
tlle di gi ts o f Ihe n umber are I S6665
The cha rac ter ist ic of the l og~~ r it hm is 2.
:. the n umbe r N is 186665

10 y)

LOGS . of TR IG . FUNCTIONS
(P.. gesI1 8 241 )

Whilst preserving t he basic layo u t which has been a rc;~ ture o f ' No rh's', and ' Node's' alo ne, since
J. W. Node produced the o r iglllal ed ition, c hanges have been introd uced which ma ke th e table a muc h
more effic ien t instrument in conform ing with the mo dern tech n ique o r as tro no mica l na viga tio n.
For a ll a nglcs rrorn 0" to 9{)" the ta b le is now comp!etely downward read ing a nd for tha t reaso n alone
should be p ractica ll }' blunder-p roof. In the ma in pari of the table fro m 4 0 to 86 the log. ru nct ions
of angles are tabulated ro r o nc minute interva ls of the angles a nd p ro portional parts ror frac tio ns o f
o ne minute (from 0 ' [ to 0 ' 9) a re given. In the rema inder of the ta ble, where that system ceases to
be pr;lcticable, log . functio ns are tab ula ted fo r in te rva ls o r 0' 1 o r 0' 2 as necessa ry a nd d ifferences
betwee n success ive tab lLlation s lITe given. This means tha t, except in special and ra re cases, in terpolatio n is reduced when tak ing o ut a ny log. funct io n oran an gle and there is no need to resort 10 the
questiona ble p ractice o r ro und ing o ff a ngles to the nearest m inute in o rde r to 'save tro uble'. With
this t:able it is no mo re o f a n effort to work acc ura tely than it is to work roug hly. H ow fa r a navigator is justilied in working to tenths o r a m inu te is a m;.tler wh ich C;1Il be argued abo ut indefinilcly.

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but since the Nau tica l Almanac g ives hour a ng les a nd decli nat io ns 10 tenths ora min ute and a modern
sex ta nt with a decima l vernier ena bles rea dings to be la ken 10 tenths of a min ute as well, it would
seem o nl y logical to use navigat io n tables whic h. with the minimum of effort. provide fo r the sa me

o rder of precision.
The ch aracterist ic o f the lo ga rithm is g iven at the top of eac h fun ction's column in ind icial fo rm
with the tabular form in brackets.

Example : log. sin. 5 09 ' = 2. 953 10 or 8953 10


T hus the na viga tor can use whichever fo rm of cha racteristic is p referred though it must be a pprec iated
tha t t he two fo rms cannot be interchanged withi n a calcu la tion.
Occa sio nally, it may be necessa ry to find the logs. o f trigonomet rica l fun ct ions of a ng le~ grea ter
tha n 90. No difficulty ~hou l d be ex perienced in such ca se~ as the ~eco nd . third a nd fo urt h quad ran t equi valents o f the fir~t quadra nt a n gle~ afe pla inly indicated . It ~hou l d be noted . however. that
the ta ble is upward read ing fo r a ngles between 90 a nd 180 0 a nd a lso fo r those between 270 a nd
360. but dolt'nnard readi ng fo r a ngles between 180 and 270. In all cases, however. the name o f
the rat io bei ng used appears at the top o f the page. When applying proport ional parts care should
be ta ke n to notice in whic h d irecti o n the log . fun cti on is inc reas ing, i.e. upwards or downwa rd s.

Examples:

PAGE
127 } - Iog_ , ;0 ( f:) 12'

10
( ~ 12.3, -log- ta o_ 177"
PAGE
~ 129
log. cosec. 26"
log. sec.
333 0
log. cos.
138"
62
log. sin .
11 7
log. cot.
8]0
log. cos.

38'7 = 2 (45 754 ..l.. ) =


2'(55240 _ 7~O)
57'5
04' 4 ~ 0-(35712 - 10) 25'-3 ~ 0-(04852 - 2) 17'6
1'(87300 + 7)
19'8
1(94720 + 5)
53'0
15'3
1-(070 18 - 32)
~

2 45798 0' 8-45798


2-55205 0' 855205
0-35702 0< 1035702
0-04850 0< 1004850
1.87307 0 ' 987307
1.94725 0< 994725
172354 0< 972354
1.06986 0< 9{16986

To find the a ngle whose log. functi o n is g iven is equally si mple. For instance, to fin d 8 when log.
sin . 0 = 1-66305 or 966305, no tice that the next less tabulated log. sin . is 1-66295 or 966295 which
g ives the a ngle 27" 24'0. T he excess 10 g ives a n additi o nal 0' 4. Hence. 8 = 27 24' 4.
In practice, the above processes will , o f course, be perfo rmed mentally.

HAVERSINES
(P~ge3

242 . 348)

To make the tables clearer and 10 make interpolat ion almost com pletely unnecessary the tables are
presented as fo llows:1. The Log. Have rsines are printed in bold type a nd the Natura l Haversi nes in light type.
2. In the ra nge 0 to 90 and 270 la 360 (the ra nge most frequently used) haversines are tabula ted a t 02' interva ls a nd t he proportiona l parts fo r 0 -1' a re given a t the foot o f each page.
3. I n the remainder o r the table haversines are tabulated a t 10' inte rvals a nd the pro portio na l
pa rts fo r 02' a re given a t the top of each column_
4. The ch aracteristic or the logarithms is g iven a t the to p of each colum n in the negat ive index
fo rm together with the tabular form in brackets.

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ANG LE

15'33'-0
W 33'-6
IS" 33', 7
344 10'0
3440 10' 4
344 10',5
95 25',0
0

95 25'-6
0

263" 37',0
263 37',8
0

I'

LOG . HAVERSINE

NAT . HAV.

226249 o r
2-26304 or
"2' 26313 or
"2'27807 or
2'2777 1 or
227762 or
1 ,738 15 or
173822 or
1 74475 or
174466 o r

0-01830 0-01832

826249
826304
8 26313
827807
82777 1
827762
973815
973822
974475
974466

00 1832

0-01897
0-01895
0-01895 _
054720

0-54729
055559
0 55547

D 2.S8
1/
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DeriM(iOfl of Haversine Formulae:

cos. a - cos. b cos. c


, (fundamental fo rmula).
Cos. A = - - _ b '
Slfl .

.. I - cos. A = I i.e. vers A

510. C

cos. a - cos. b cos. c


'b 510 . SIfl . c
sin. b. sin. c - cos. a + cos. b cos. c
.
b SIR
- .C
,
Sill .

:. cos. (b ....... c) - cos. a = sin. b sin. c verso A,


or - cos. a = - - cos. (b ...... c) + sin. b sin. c verso A.
By add ing uni ty to each side this becomes1 - cos. a =
: . verso a =
whence hav. a =

+ s.in. b sin . c verso A,


verso (b ....... c) -I- sin. b sin . c verso A.
hay . (b ...... c) + sin . b sin. c hav. A ........ (1 )

- cos. (b ...... c)

By tra nsposi ng we obtainhaY. A


= {hay. a - hav. (b -- c)) cosec. b costt. C
and hay. (b __ c) = hav . a - hay. A si n. b sin . c. ..... . ....

.. (2)

. ... (3)

These three versions o r the spherical haversine rormula are rrequ ently adapted for navigat ional
purposes as fo llows.

= hav. (I ';t d)'" -I- hay . h cos . I cos. d .


(2) Hav. h = [hav. z - hav. (I .t cl ;"'] sec. I sec. d.
(3) Hav. mer. zen. dist. = haY. z - hay. h cos. I cos. d.

(I) Hav . z

: ::

zenith distance,
latitude,
d = declination,
b ~ ho ur angle.

where

(I ...... d) when I and d have t he same name,


(1 + d) when I and d have different names.

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Examples
(I ) Find zenith distance when h = 66 49"3 , 1
Q

= 3 1

Hav.7. = hay. h cos. I cos . d

h
d

66 49' -)
3 1 10" 2
)9" 24', 7

= 19" 24'7 N.

+ haY. (I

t d) .

L hay. ]48 173 o r 948 173


L. cos. \93228 o r 993228
L. cos. ],97458 o r 997458
L. haY. 138859 or 938859

10',2 N., d

11 45"5

N . hay. 024468
N . hay. 001049

60 40'-9

N. hay. 025517

Ca lc ulated u nith distance = 60" 40'9 and is used for compa ring with the true zenith distance to
find the intercept when establishing the position line by the Marc St. HiJa ire or Intercept method.
(2) Find the hour angle when I = 41 ? 21'6 N., d = 9" 34'\ S. , z = 63 45'-8.
Hav. h = {hay. z - hay. (I ! d)] sec. I sec. d.

(I

+ d)

63" 45' 8
50" 55'-7

N. hay. 0-27896
N. hay. 0,18485

1
d

L. hay. 297364 or 897364


L. sec. 012461 or 10' 12461
L. sec. 000608 o r JO.OO608

L. hay. 110433 o r 9'10433

N. haY, 009411

Hou r angle = 41 " 46"9 if body is w. of the meridian, or hour angle = 3 18" 13 ' \ if body is E. of
the meridian, and is used for finding the computed longitude when establi shing the position line by
the "chro nometer method".
(3) Find the me r. zen. disl. when h = 355" 57"2, I = 48" 12' 5 N., d

= 12" 1)'7 S., z = 60" 2 1' 6.

Hav. mer. zen. disc = hay. z - ha y. h cos. 1 cos. d.


h

I
d

355" 57' ,2
48" \2'5
12" 13"7

L. hav. H)957 1 or 70957 1


L. cos. \ 82375 o r 982375
L. cos. \99003 o r 999003
L. hav. 490949 o r 690949

z
mer. zen. dist. .. 60" 15' ,2 ..... .. , . . .. .. ..

N. hay. (HJOO8 1
N . hay. 025273
N. hay. 025192

The mer. zen. disc , 60" 15" 2, when combined with the decli na tion gives the latitude of the point
whe re the posit ion line (at right angles to the di re<:tion o f the body) cuts the meridian of D. R . longitude used to compute h. T his metho d of wo rk ing an ex merid ian sight is. of course, an alternative
to usi ng ex-me rid ian tables.

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The ha w'rsine for mulae and grelll circle sailing calculations

Form ula ( I) is used to find the g reat circle dista nce rrom o ne point to another and ro r mula (2) is
used to find the initial a nd final courses. The vertex o r the track and the lat itude or the point where
the track cuts a ny specifi ed meridia n can t hen be ro und by right angled spherical trigono metry.
Example : Fi nd the great ci rcle dista nce a nd the initial course o n the track fro m A
25 2S' W.) to B (40 OS' N., 73 17' W.) .

pr

22 ' N .,

To find fht' great circle distance

Hay. AB = hay. ( PA "- PO) +


P
4r 49'0
L. hav.
PA
72 38',0
L. si n.
49" 52" 0
L. sin .
PB

(PA - PB)
AB

hay. P sin. PA sin. PB.


121 550 or 92 15 50
19 7974 o r 997974
' -88340 o r 988340

L haY . ,07864 o r 907864


. .. ...... .
. .........

2r 46',0

........

46 58' ,2

. ..........

N. hay. 0' 11985


N. haY . 003896
N . ha v. O 15881

:. G reat circle d ista nce = 18 182 m iles.

----

To find (he initial cOl/rse

HaY. A = (hay. PB - haY. ( PA......, A B)J co~. PA cOse<:. A B.


PO
49" 52',0
N. hay. 0 17772
N. hay. 004932
( PA "- A B) .. 25 39' 8

PA
AB

72 38 ',0
46' 58 ',2

50 48' ,5

N. hay. 0 12840
.......
.. . .....

L hav_
L cOse<: .
L cosec .
L. hav .

110856 o r 9- 10&56
002026 o r 1002026
0-13609 or 10-13609
126491 o r 926491

- - Initia l course = N . 50 48', 5 W. o r 3090 11',5.

NATURAL FUNCTIONS OF ANGLES


(P~

34!J.36J)

In these tables. whic h are inte nded fo r use w ith s imple pocke t calcula tors . the na tural
trigono met ric functi o ns ca n be o bta ined to fiv e dec ima l places.
Exam ples :
I. To find ta n . 490 38':
117500 (tan. 49" 36 ')
+ 0 001 38 (2 ' from d iffere nce table against 49")
tan . 49 38 ' == j 1 7638

l'0 j&( 354- )


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"

2. To fi nd cos. soe27':
Cq,"
; S2. )
PAGE
J
O 16677 (cos. SO" 24 ')
-0-00086 (3 ' from diffe re nce table agai nst BO". s ubtracted)

( P

352

cos. 80"27' = 0 ' 16591


3. To find sec. 76 44' :
434689 (sec. 76 42 ' )
+ 001078 (lhlsec . 76 42' -sec . 76<> 48' 1; diffe rence must be
obtai ned by this method because the mean
Sec. 76" 44 ' = 435767
diffe re nces a re not s uffic ie ntly accurate)
4 . To conve rt 31 " 46' to radians;
3 1 = 0 54105 radian s
46' = 0 01338 ra dians

I'(OO~(L
..J

3 1" 46' =05544 3 radian s

PAGE 363

5 . To convert 1648 radians to degrees:


1 radia n = 51" 17 7'
0648 radia ns = 37" 07 7'

1648 radians = 94 25 -4 '

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SQUARES AND CUBES OF NUMBERS


( PiJges 364 367)

T hese tables wi ll give squa res and cubes of numbers to fou r significant figures.

To obtain rhe squun or cube of a numb..,.'


(a) If the number is betwee n I a nd [0 and cons ists of three sig nifica nt figures (o r less) the sq uare o r
cube is taken from the ma in pa rt of the ta bles, but if there a re fo ur significa nt flgu res the Mea n
Difference section is a lso used.

Example:
2.824 2
763 J3

79 52 (fro m main ta ble) 1- 23 (from Mean Di fference)


7975
58 22 (from ma in table) - 2 (from Mean Difference)
5824

(b) All other numbers are converted into scien tific notat ion a nd the square or cube ob tained for the
significant fi gures as before.

Example:

46J 8t

(4638

0 000 0725 J3

x I(}> or 215 100


(7'251 x 1O - ~ )~ = 381 3

1O:)t = 2 151

I(P

2' 15 1

3813 X 10-

13

X 10- 1 ;
o r 0000 000 000 000 38 13

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19

SQUARE A N D CUBE ROOTS OF NUMBERS


(P~gfU

368 . 377)

These tables, which give the square and cube rools o f numbers to four significa nt figures, a re in the
following fo rm :
(a) Square roots of numbers between I and 10 and between 10 and 100.
(b) Cube roots of numbers between I and 10. between 10 a nd 100 a nd belween 100 a nd 1000.
The following examples illustrate the method of obtaining square or cube roots using the tables:

,1839-2

',178620000

,14523

' ,10-000 7247

I. Change Ihe nllmber inlO scielllijic nOlation.


= v'4523

x jCP

= 'v'7 247 X 10- 1

2. Adjust Ih e position of rhl! decimal point to make the index of 10 exactl), divil'ible by Ihe rool being
found.
= v'4523

3.

Enter lhe

lab/~s

TABl.E Of SQUARE

ROOTS 1- 10
~

2-897

)I'

HP

= 'v'7247x

10-=4

shoK'n below and ~xlral'1 Ihe required rOO I of Ihe signijil'OnI figures.
TABl.E Of SQUARE
ROOTS 10-100

""" 6725

TABLE OF CU8E
ROOTS 10-100

= 4284

Delt'rmint' the square or l'u~ root of the poK't'r of 10.


,1 ,0' _ 10
3v'1()G = 10~
V IOl = 10
__ ,1839-2
: . 3 Y78 620 000
:_ ,145-23
_ 6725 x 10
= 4284 x IQ!
= 2897 x 10
or 67-25
or 4284
or 28-97

TABLE OF CUBE
ROOTS 100- 1000

- 8-982

4.

'v' 10-- = 10- 1


:. 'YO-OOO 7247
= 8982 x 10- '
or 008982

Mean D iffe rence columns are not required in t he table of square roots of num bers between 55 and
99 nor in the tables of cube roots of numbers between 1-0 a nd 100 a nd between 55-0 a nd 1000.
When any of the above tables are bei ng used 10 fi nd the roolS of nu mbers wi th four significant
figures in terpolat ion ca n be carried out mentally.

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11. TABLES FOR CELESTIAL NA VIGA nON


A, B & C AZIMUTH TABLES
(Pages 380 - 428)

To conform with the method of present ing data in the Nautical Almanac the hour angles in
Tables A and B are given in degrees and minutes of arc from OC 15' to 359" 45'.
If the H.A. is between 0" and 1800 the body is west of the meridian and its hour angle will appear
in the upper row of H.A.s at either the top or bottom of the page. If the H.A. is between 180C and
3600 the body is east of the meridian and ils hour angle will appear in the lower row.
The A, Band C values and the azimuth are derived by employ ing the well known formula which
connects four adjacent parts of a spherical triangle. It can be shown, for instance, that in spherical
triangle A B C:cot. a sin. b = cot. A sin. C + cos. b cos. C.
cot. a sin : b - cos. C cos . b = sin. C cot. A.

The figure shows the astronomical triangle PZX with


the four adjacent parts PX, P, PZ and Z representing, in
that order, polar distance, hour angle, co-latitude and
azimuth.
Applying the above formula to this particular case,
we have:- -

o
,,, (j

f " :V.
:

'11'

x.
cot. PX sin. PZ - cos. P. cos. PZ = P. cot. Z.
Divid ing by sin. P. sin. PZ, this becomes-cot. PX .
sin . P
i.c.
N

cot. PX
tan. dee!.

sin. PZ
sin. PZ

cos. P
sin. P

cos. PZ
sin. PZ

sin. P
sin. P

cot. Z
sin. PZ

cosec. P - cot. P
cot. PZ = cot. Z cosee. PZ,
cosec. H.A. - cot. H.A. tan. lat.
= cot. azi. sec. lat.

In the tables;cot. H.A. tan. lat. is tabulated as A, and tan. decl. cosec. H. A. is tabulated as B.
Hence (A ;!; B) cos. lal. = , cot. azimuth.
(A ;!; B), referred to for convenience as .C' , forms the primary argument in Table C with lat. as
the secondary argument. With these two arguments the azimuth is found.
As an example, consider the case where hour angle = 48, lat. = sr N., and deel. = 15 N.

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5ZO 00' N
H .A . 48" 00'

lat.

decl.

L. ta n. 0' 107 19
L. cot. 9.9 5444

15 00'N

PAGE 394

Log. A 006 163

PAGE 395

(?oy 3%. 3~5 ') _:._A_~_I_'15_3_S.

21

L. coscc . 012893
942805
L. ta n.
Log. B

(A is na med oppos ite to lat.; B has the same na me as decl.) (A .:t 8 )


name as A which is numerically greater than B.).

PAGE 414
(

fOJ" M~)

'C'

la l.

0792 S.
52" 00' N.

Azi. 64" 00'

9 55698

'C' - 0 792 S.

(Same

Log.
L. cos.
L co l.

.". Azimuth = S. 64 o(J or 244".


(The az imuth ta kes the names of t he 'C' factor and hour anglc.)

( -pc;/_394 - 345 )

Reference to the tables wi ll show tha t fo r the above data A =


~ Sa nd 8 = 036 N. T he
combination of these is 079 S., wh ic h in Ta ble C with la l.
gives azim uth S. 642 W.
The rules fo r naming and combi ning A a nd B a nd for nam ing the azi mut h are given on each
page of the ap propria te w ble. It is imponant that they shou ld be applied corre(;tly.

sr

J.\

umgilllde Correction
The quanti ty (A t B) or ' C', besides being one of the arguments for finding the azimut h from
table C, is a lso the ' lo ngit ude correct ion fac to r' o r the erro r in lo ngitude d ue to an e rro r of I' of
latitude. This ca n often be very usefu l to those accUSlOmed to working sights by the lo ng itude
method.
A simple sketch showing t he di rect ion of the position line will at o nce make it clear which way
the longitude correction should be applied. It will easil y he apparent tha t when work ing a sight
by the longitude method :(a) when the position li ne lies N.E.jS.W . (body in N. W. o r S.E. quadrant), if the assumed lat itude
is too fa r no rth the com puted lo ngitude will be too fa r east, and if the latitude is too fa r south t he
longitude will be too fa r west ;
(b) when the position line lies N.W.jS.E. (body in N. E. or S.W. quad rant) the reverse ho lds good.
Example: Suppose a sight worked with lal. 49 06' N. gi ves longit ude 179 0 46',0 W. a nd azimuth
S. 705 E., the value of 'C' bei ng 054. If the correct la t it ude turned oul 10 be 49 46' N ., i.e.
40' error, the e rror in longitude would be 40 x 0' ,54 or 21'6. We should Iherefore have : -

Com puted long.


Correction

179 46"0 W.
2 1" 6 E.

Correct long.

179 0 24" 4 W.

This is a case where the latitude being too far sou th, the com puted longi tude is 100 far west.

Examples on 'he use of the tables


In each of the fo ll o wing cases fin d the longitude correct ion factor a nd the t rue azimuth .

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22

PAGE 395
Example I: H .A. 3 10, la!. 48 N., ded. 20" N.
From Table A with H.A. 3 10". lal. 48 N., A = 0-93 S.
From Table B with H.A. 310 , decl. 20" N., B = 0-48 N.
Lo ng. corr'n. factor

= A - B=

Fro m Table C with C 0-45 S . la t. 48 N. , T. Azi.

poqe. ?/J4 -

= 0-45 S.
=

'y::y 5

...)

S.732

~A ~s ;.,e.J w ('..('/\

1'1//- 360 0

A is named S. opposite to lat. because H.A. is 1101 between 90 a nd 270,


B is named N. beca use the decl. ;s N.
C = A - 8 as A a nd B have d ifferent names, and is named S. as the grea ter quant ity is S.
The azimuth is na med S. beca use C is S. and E. beca use H.A. is between 180" and 360",
Example 2: H .A. 244", la l. 41 " S .. decl. 5" S.
From Table A wi th H.A. 244", lat. 4 1" 5.,
From Table B with H.A. 244", decl. 5" 5.,

Long. corr' n. factor

B=

= 0-42 S.

B = 010$.

0 52 S.

From Table C with C 052 S., lat . 41 S., T. Azi. = S. 686 E.


A is named S. same as lat. because H.A. is between 90 a nd 270.
B is named S. because the decl. is S.
C = A + B as A and B have the same name (both 5.).
The azimu th is named S. because C is 5., and E. because H.A. is between 180" a nd 360.
Example 3: H.A. 108, 1at. 61 " N., decl. 20 N.
From Supplementary Table A with H.A. 108", lat. 61 N.,
From Table B with H.A. 108", decl. 20" N.,

Long. corr'n. factor = A

+ B=

A
B

~
~

059 N.
038 N.

c ~ 097 N.

From Table C witn C 097 N., lal. 6 1" N., T . Azi . = N. 64"'8

w.

A is named N. same as lat. beca use H.A. is between 90" and 270".
B is na med N. because the decl. is N.
C = A + B as A and B have the same name (both N.).
The azimuth is named N. because C is N., and W. because H.A. is between 0" and 180".
Use q( A BC Tables Ior Great Circle Sailing
These tables provide a ready means of finding tne initia l grea t circle course from onc point (0
another. Suppose, for example, the in itial course from P (49 30' N., 5 00' W.) to Q (46 00' N.,
53 00' W.) is req uired. The procedure is simply to treat d. long. as hou r angle, lat. of P. as
HA::::: 5~_5;:;.UD"
lat itude , and lat. ofQa s declinnlion. Th us:-

From Ta ble A with H.A. 48, lat. 49 30' N. ,


From Tnble B wi thH .A.48", decl. 46 ()(),N. ,

A - B~

A = 106 S.l.f'Il'10
8 = 1)9N.\j 1.,5}

! _

I QO

01'_ '-JI

?,O~
(I

! eke ; 4b DO

C ~ ~-=- N' \P34fI

From Table C with C 033 N" lat. 49" 30' N., T. Azi.
i.e . Initi al a .c. Course = N. 779 W. or 2821.

N. 779 W.

PAGE 412

The final co urse, if requ ired, may be obta ined in a similar way by fi nding the initial course from
Q to P and reversing it.

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23

AMPLITUDES and CORRECTIONS


(Explan'tion wilh rabla)
(pages 4 29 . 431 )

EX-MERIDIAN TABLE I
(P'ges 432 443)

A' is the change in the altitude of a b<XIy in seconds of arc during the minute of time immediately
preceding or following meridian passage. It is tabulated for latitudes to 83 and declinations to 63 .
This table is in two seclions:-

OJ

Latitude and DecJ;nat;on SAME NAME. On page 432 - 435 there are bands ;n whkh the
value of'A' is omitted. This is because' A' changes too rapidly for accurate interpolation to
be possible, when the body is near the zenith.

Oi) Latitude a nd Declina tion DIFFERE NT NAME . ' A ' for Lower Transit observation is
tabulated on the lower parts of pages 440 - 442 of thi s section and on page 443 , although the
latitude and declination are of the s ame name.

' A' is computed using the fonnula:-

1.9635 X cos lat X cos dec


A~ -------

sin ( Iact dec)

In the denominator the latitude and declination a re:( a) subtracted at Upper Tra ns it if of the same name;
(b) added at Upper Transit if of different name;
(c) subtracted at Lower Tran sit.

EX-MERIDIAN TABLE 11
( Pilg'u 4 44 44 7)

The Reduction is the product of' A' from Table I and the square of the time in minutes that the body is
East or West of the meridian. To obtain the True Meridian A ltitude, the Reduction is added to the
True Altitude of Upper Transit observations and subtracted from the True Altitude of Lower Transit
observations of circumpolar b<XIies.
The table is entered with ' A' and the Local Hour Angle for Upper Transit observations o r ' A ' and
( 180 -- LHA) for Lower Transit observations. Ifthe interpolated value of' A' from Table I is toone or
two decimal places. the Reduction can be obtained to a corresponding accuracy by moving the
decimal point the appropriate number of places as shown in the example below:
' A ' = 2.45 ; Local Hour Angle = 354" 00'
F rom the column he aded 35 4" 00':Reduction for 2.0 = 19.2
0.4 = 3.84 (extract the value for 4" and move the decimal point one place)
0.05 = 0.48 (extract the value for 5" and move the decimal point two places)
Reduction for 2.45 = 23 .52

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Example I: In O. R. Lat. 48 c 13' N ., D.R.


Sun' s LHA 356" 00' . Declination 2 10 39'
Table I
Tabl"
LHA
( Different Name)

/1
356 00'
0

La L 48 I) ' N.
Dec! . 2 1 39' S.
A

Long. 7" 20' W., the True Altitudeofthe sun was 19 52'.
S. Detennine the Position Line.

Red for.

I ~'O

=
=

.) =

[ "3

(yy 4 3/':, )PAGE 439


PAGE 444(

I ~')

4' )
[ ' 3

Reduct ion = 5'6

'fey 41[1-1)

Reduct ion

19 52',0 S.
5'6

T . Mer. AIL
T . M er. Z . Disl.
DecL

19 57',6 S.
70 02 ' -4 N.
21 39'05.

T. Alt.

Lac
48 23'4 N.
True Azi mut h
from Az. Tables 176

Posit ion Line passes 086 and 266 through L1.t. 48 23',4 N., Long. 7 20' W .

Example 2: D .R. Lat. 4r 12' N., D.R. Long. 24 32' W. , the True Altitude of Antares was 21 0 28'.
St:l r's LHA 357 0 00' . Declination 26 0 18' '0 5. Determine the Position Line.
Ta ble I
TaM- 11
T . All.
(Different Name)
LHA 357" 00'
Reduction
A = 1 4
2 1 31' -4 S.
Red . for 1"0 = 2' -4
T . Mer. Alt.
Lat. 42 12' N .
-4 = 0',96
T. Mer. Z . D ist. 68 28' ,6 N.
Oecl. 26 18' S.
26 [8 '0 S.
Dec!.
A = 1"'4
Red ucti on = 3',36
42 10' 6 N.
La!.
True AzinHuh
from Az. Tables 177
0
0

Position Line passes OSY and

267 ~

through La c 42 10" 6 N. Long. 24 32' W.

Although the latitude and declination of a circumpolar body are always of the same name, ' A ' for
Lower Transit observations is tabulated in the lower part of the " Latitude and D eclination Different
Name" sec tio n of T a ble I ,
Whe n near its Lower Transit the Local Hour Angle is less tha n 180 whe n west oh he meridian a nd
more than 180 whe n east of it. The Hour Angle to use when entering Table 11 in this case is (1 80.....,
0

LHA).
Example 3: D.R Lat. 42 10' N. , Long. 21 30' W ., the True Altitude of D ub he was 14 20'. Star's
LHA 176 0 30' . D eclination 62" 0 1' N . D etermine the Position Line.
0

Table I
( Same Name)

Table 11
LHA 176 30'

Lat. 42'" 10' N.


Oecl. 62'" 01' N .
A= 0" '7

T. All.
Reduct ion

= 3" 30'
=

0" 7

~ 2' 29
Reductio n
For Lower T ra nsi t- 2' )

14 20' 0
- 2' )
--~~

T. Mer. All.
Po la r Dist.

14~ 17' 7
27" 59',0

42" 16',7 N.
La t.
"True Azimuth
fro m Az. Ta bles 358 0

Position Line passes 088" a nd 268 th rough La!. 42" 16' ,7 N. , Long. 2 1 30' W.

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Example 4: D.R Lat. 50" 02 ' S., D . R Long. 67" 20' W., the True Altitude of Achemar was 17
20'. Star' s LHA 184" 20'. D eclination 57 29' S. Determine the Position Line.
Table I
Tahle II
T. A lt.
Ir 20',0
(Same Name)
LHA
184" 20'
Reduction
- )',5
=
A =
=
Red uc tio n
For Lower T r:L llsit-

Lat 50' 02' S,


Dec!. 57" 29' S.

4" 20'
0-' 7
3' ,5
3"5

A ~ 0"'7

---17 16', 5
32" 31 ' ,0

T. Mer. Alt.

Polar Dist.
Lat.
True Azimuth
from Az. Ta bles

Position Line passes 087"5 and 267"5 through 49 47' 55., Long. 67" 20'

49 47 ',5 S.
1775"

w.

EX-MERIDIAN TABLE III


(P~ge

4 48)

This Table contains a Second Correction. wh ich, when the amount of the Main Correct ion is
considerable, enables the process of Reductio n to Meridian to be applied wit h advan tage o n muc h
larger hour a ngles than could o therwise be the Cdse.

Example: D.R Lat. 3 I 00' N., D.R long. 124" 00' W. , the True Altitude of the Sun was 55 ~ 01' .
Sun's LHA 347 30' . Declinatio n 2 00' S. D etermine the Position Line.
0

Table I
(Different Name)
Lat. 3 1 00' N .
Dec!. r 00' S.
A ~ 3", 1

Table /I

T. AIt .

LHA
Red. fo r

347 30'
A = Y' I
YO = 125' ,0
1 =
4', 2

1st Correct io n = 129' ,2


Entering Table I11 with 129' as First Correct ion
and 560 as Altitude we have 36' Subtracti\'c
fo r Second Correctio n.

1st Co rrection
2nd Corrttt ion
T. Mer. Alt.

55" 0 1'0 S.
2' 09"2 +

3"6 57" 06"6 S.


N.
2' (I()'.(I S.

T. Mer. Z. Di sl.
Dec! .

3r 53" 4

Lat.
True Azimuth
from Az. Tables

30" 53'-4 N.
158

Position Line passes 068 and 248" through La L 30" 53',4 N., Long. 124 00' W.

EX-MERIDIAN TABLE IV
(Pig, 44$)

This Tab le gives the limits of Hour A ngle or T ime before or "fter the time of the Meri dia n
Pussage when an Ex-Meridi an o bservati o n can be taken . When the observation is taken within
the lime li mit prescribed by this Table the Second Correction from Table I1I is negl igible. The
Table is entered with 'A' ta ke n from Ta ble L
Given Lat. 3]<> N., Declinat ion ISO N., find the lim its of Hour Angle for taking an Ex-Meridian
observation.
For LOlL 37" and Declination 18 , 'S"me Name', Table I gives 4 ~ '6 for 'A'.
with 4' 6 as 'A" th e lime li mit abreast is found to be 24 minutes.

Entering Table IV

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EXPLANATION OF THE TABLES

26

CHANGE of HOUR ANGLE with ALTITUDE


(Pages 449 - 450)

PAGE 448

The formula used in calculating the values tabulated is:Change of H.A. (in mins.) due to I' change of Alt.

cosec. Az. sec. Lat.

The table gives in minutes of arc the error in hour angle resulting from an altitude I' in error.
This is of particular value to those navigators who work their sights by the 'Longitude by Chronometer' method. It will be seen that the error is least in the case of a body on the prime vertical
and that it increases as the azimuth decreases-very rapidly as the azimuth becomes very small.
From the table the observer can readily find the least azimuth on which the altitude of a body
should be observed in order that the resulting longitude may not exceed a chosen lim it of error.
Another use to which th is table can be put is to find the correct longitude when a sight has been
worked using an altitude in error by a known amount.
,
Example I: In latitude 18 what should be the lowest value of azimuth in order that ail error
!.ill of I' in the altitude may not produce more than 2' of error in the computed longitude'!

Under lat. 18 and against azi. 32, the error for I' of alt. is found to be 1',98.
the observation should be taken on a bearing greater than 3r.

Accordingly,

(In lat. 36, it will be seen, an azimuth of about 39 0 would constitute the limit.
error would exceed 2' even when the body was on the P.V.)

In lat. 63 the

Example 2: A sight worked in lat. 54 by the 'Longitude Method ' resulted in a deducted longitude of 64 14',5 W. and azimuth N. 65 E. Afterwards it was discovered that the sextant index
error of 2' 30 w off the arc had been applied the wrong way . Find the correct longitude.

Since the longitude is found by comparing the L.H.A. of the body with its G.H.A., it is evident
that the error in the L.H.A. will be the error in the computed longitude. The index error of 2"5,
which should have been added, was subtracted , so that the altitude used was 5' too small.
The table shows that in lat. 54, when the azi. is 65", the error in H.A. is 1',88 per I' of alt.
5' , therefore, the error will be 5 x 1'88 = 9',40.

For

As the real altitude wa3 greater than the value used, the observer must be nearer to the body
than his computed longitude would lead him to suppose. With an easterly azimuth this means
that the Westerly L.H.A. should be greater, and therefore the observer's west longitude should be
smaller. Hence:Computed long .... ......... . .
Error

14'5W.
9',4 to subtract

Correct long.
It will be appreciated that this is much quicker than re-working the sight.

CHANGE OF ALTITUDE IN ONE MINUTE OF TIME


(Pages 451 _ 452)

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This Table contains the change in the alt itude of a celestial body in minutes and tenths of arc
in one minute of time. It is useful for finding the correction to be applied to the computed altitude
of a heavenly body when the time of observation differs from that u~ed in the computation of the
altitude. When the star is East of the Meridiar.. the correction from the Table is subtractive from
the computed altitude if the time of observation is earlier than that used in the computation of the

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altitude; it is additive if the time of observation is later. When the star is West of the meridian
the correct ion is additive if t he time of observation is before that used when computing the altitude,
it is subtractive if the lime o f observation is after.

Formula
Change of altitude in o ne minute of time = 15' Sin. Az. Cos . Lat.
The cha nge in 6 seconds of time is found by shifting the decimal poi nt one place to the left.
The change in I second of time is found by ca ll ing t he qua ntities in the Table seconds instead of
minutes.
Example: In La t. 51 " 30' N. on the Meridian of Greenwich on October 261h, 1925 a t 8 h. 0 m.
p.m. the computed altitude of the sta r Altair was 31" 09 '2. Find the true altitude at 8 h. 10 m.
p.m., the Az. being S.49 37' W. Opposite 520 in the Lat. Col. and under SO" in the Az. Col. is
l 7"IJof arc whic h is the c hange of a ltitude in I min. of time, a nd 7' 1 x 10 minutes gives 7 1' o r
I " 11', which is the correction to apply to the com puted altitude.

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PAGE 452

Com puted All.


COH.toSubt.

.. ... . .
.......

True All. required

37"
I'

09"2
WO

35'

58',2

DIP of the SEA HORIZON

The tabu lated values are derived from the fo rmu la-Dip (in minutes) = 1'76-vh where h =
height of eye in metres. Thu s, for example, when h = 30 m (98 ft), dip . = 9"6.
Heights of eye are given in metres, ra nging fro m'O 5 m to 500 In a nd a lso in the equiva lent feet
(1'5 ft to 164 ft ).

MONTHLY MEAN OF THE SUN ' S SEMIDIAMETER


AND SUN ' S PARALLAX IN ALTITUDE
(Pag/il 453)

Correction fo r pa ra llax is to be taken ou l opposite the Su n's Alt itude a nd is always addithe.

Example: The sun 's parallax correspo nding to 5 1" of a ltitude is 0' 1.

AUGMENTATION OF THE MOON'S SEMIDIAMETER


( Pagtl453)

REDUCTION OF THE MOON'S PARALLAX


(P~(}e

453)

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MEAN REFRACTION
(Pag e 454)

T his table contains the Refraction of the heavenly bodies, in minutes and de.::imals at a mea n
state of the atmosphere, a nd correspond ing to their appa rent a ltitudes. Th is correction is always
to be slIbrrocl ed from the apparent altitude of the object.

Example : The mean refraction for the apparent al titude 10 50', is 4 '9.
Caution: For low altitudes all refraction tables are more or less inaccurate.

ADDITIONAL REFRACTION CORRECTIONS


(PJg e 4 54)

The mean refraction values given in the Mean Refraction table a re for a n atmospheric pressure
of t ,000 mb (295 in) and anairternpe rature of IO"C (SOF). If the atmospheric pressure or temperature differ from these values additional co rrect ions mu st be a pplied to the a pparent altitude. These
co rrections a re conta ined in the ta bles' Additional Refraction Correcti ons for Atmospheric Pressure'
and 'Additiona l Refract ion Corrections for Air Temperature'
Example: Find the true altitude of the sun when the observed altitude of the sun's lower lim b
was 6" OC)', height of eye 16 m (85 ft), atmospheric pressure 1020 mb (30' 1 in), a ir temperatu re
0 C (32 F).

Observed altitude sun's lower limb


Total correction

- 6
~

00'

0"- 01'S'

- - -5'

True altit ude


Correction for temperature
Correction for pressure
Corrected altitude

58S
-OA'
-0'2'

5 57-9'

If the altitude is greater than 5 00' th e error due to appl ying these corrections to the true alt itude
can be ignored in practice.
N. B. -To convert baro meter readings fro m mercury inches to milli bars, o r vice-versa, see page
499 . To convert temperatures rrom Fah renheit to Celsius, or vice-versa, see page 494 .
The adjust ment or mean refraction as shown above is important only when the altitude is small.
It should be borne in mind that on account or uncertai n refraction positio n lines obtained from
sights taken when the altitude of the body is less than lO or so sho uld not be relied upon implicitly.
Moreover, due to the effect of atmospheric refraction on dip it is unwise to place too much reliance
on sights taken , whatever the alt itude. when there is cause fo r abnormal refraction to be suspected.

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CORRECTION of MOON ' S MERIDIAN PASSAGE


( PiJge 455)

The correction obtained from t his ta ble is to be a pplied to the time o f meridian passage given in
the Nau tical Almanac (i.e. the time o f transit at Greenwich) in o rder to find the time of the local
tr.lnsit according to the obse rver's longitude.
D X longitude
where D is the d iffe rence between the times o f successive transits.

Correction =

360
When the observer is in OS( longitude, D is the difference between the time of Inlnsil on the day
of observation arxf the time of transit on the preceding day. When in West lo ngitooe it is the difference between the times o n the day of observa tion a nd the /oJlQwing day.
xamplt: From Nau!. Aim. L.M .T . of moon's upper transit at Greenwich ls:-

J uly

h. m.
18 44

2nd July

19 32

3rd J uly

20 25

I Si

diff. 48m.
diff. 5Jm .
0

Find G. M.T. of moon's uppe r tra nsit o n 2nd J uly (a) in longitude 156 E., (b) in lo ngitude
63" W.

(a) LM .T . of transi t at Greenwich ..... ... ... . . ... . . .... . . . ..... .. ..


Corrn. for 0 48m .. long. 1560 E.... .. ... . . _.. . .... . ..... . .. . . .

Jul y
2

h.
19

m.
32

- 208

L.M .T. of loca l transit


East longitude in ti me units

19
- 10

11 2
24

G.M.T. of loca l transit ( 1560 E.) ..... . .. .. .......... .. . . ... . ... .

472

J uly

h.

m.

19

32
+9'2

L.M .T. of loca llran si t ........


. . _. . , .
West longitude in t ime un its . .. .... .. . _.. . .

19
+4

41 2

a .M .T . of local transit (63 0 W.)

23

532

(b) L.M .T. of tra nsit at Greenwich


Corr' n. for D 53 111 ., lo ng. 63 0 W.

... . .

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EXPLA NATION OF THE T ABL ES

30

SUN'S TOTAL CORRECTION


(Pages 456-461 and Iniith Front Cover)

This is a combined table for the correction of both Lower Limb and Upper Limb altitudes of the
Sun. To simplify interpolation for intennediate altitudes and heights of eye, the tabulation is based on
columnar a nd linear correction differences of 0.2.
The corrections in the main table give the combined effect of dip, refraction, parallax in altitude a nd
an assumed semi-diameter of 16.0 . Subsidiary corrections at the foot of the table give the monthly
variations of the semi-dia meter from the assumed value of 16.0 . The corrections and subsidiary
corrections are added to or subtracted from the observed altitude as show in the table.

Example J

Obs. AIL Sun's L.L


for obs. alt. 25

24

0(-- " \ Corm.

\.lA)

'b I

+
+

8.0
0.1
2505.3

and H.E. 12.0m

True Alt. of Sun's centre

PAGE 458

57.2

Example 2
Obs. AIL Sun's U.L
Corm. for obs. alto 34
and H.E. 19.7 m
Subs idiary corm. for June
True A lt. of Sun 's centre

STAR'S TOTAL CORRECTION

33

45.6

- 24"
+ 0.2
3320.7

( I""SIL y53 )
PAGE 459

(Pages 462-465 and InSIde S,ck Cover)

This table corrects the combined effects of dip and refraction . To si mplify interpolation for intermediate alti tudes and heights of eye. the table is b;:lsed o n columnar and linear correction
diffe rences of 0' .2.
This table can also be used for the co rrectio n o f observed altitudes of the plane ts, bu t in the
case of Ve nus and Mars the small additional correction given in the Nautical Almanac for
pa ra ll ax and phase may he necessary. T he size of these corrections vary with the date and the
altitude of the planet.

MOON'S TOTAL CORRECTION


(Lower Limb -p8ge:s466-478; U~ Limb - pages 479-49IJ

This table corrects the combined effects of d ip. at mosphe ric refraction . augmented se midiamete r a nd pa ra llax in altitude. '1l1e dip component used in lhe main ta hle is ,. constant 12'.3.
therefore the subsidiary correction given at the foot o f the pages must be added to the main correction. T he argument for this subsidiary correction is the observe r's height of eye .
No account has been taken of the red uction with latitudc of th e moon's horizo ntal parallax,
bu t in ge ne ral this is of no practica l significance. in cases whcre a hi gh degree of accu racy is rcquired it will be necessary to a ppl y th e corrections scpa rately toge the r wi th the ad justm e nt of
the ret"raction correctio n fo r the prevailing atmosphe ric pressure and tempe ra ture .
T he main correctio ns ~Ire AL W A VS added 10 bot h the lower lim b a nd upper limb obse rved
altitudes of the moon , the dip correction is the n ~Idd ed a nd for upper li mb observations 3(]'
must be subt racted from the result.

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Example I

Example 2

Moon 's Ho r . Pax. ( from N. Aim.) = 57'.5

Moon 's Ho T. Pax. ( from N. A im. )

Obs. All. moo n's lowe r lim b


Co rrection from main tuble
Co rrection fo r heigh t o f eye 13.5m
T rue altitude o f moon

O hs. All. moon 's upper limb


Correctio n from mai n tabl e
Correction fo r heigh t of eye 33m

= 69"36'. 0
= + 22'.0
= + 2' ,2

PAGE 471

=
=

3K~4 7' .4

+ 47'. 1
+ 5'.8

= :lif'40' .."\

59' 0

70"00' .2
- 30'

T rue altitude o t moon

69"30'.2

Ill. TABLES FOR COASTAL NAVIGATION


DAY' S RUN - AVERAGE SPEED TABLE

This table provides a rapid means of finding the average speed directly from the a rguments
'steaming time' and 'd istance run', It wi ll be a pprecialed that there is no necessity 10 convert
minutes into decimals of a day, a nd that no logarit hms or co- loga rithms a re required. Sim ple
addition is all that is needed .
The scope of the table has been made wide enough to cover cases of high speed vessels (up to
40 kno ts o r so) on easterly o r westerly cou rses in high latitudes where cha nge o f longitude between
one local noon and the next may amount to some 30, or 2 hours of time.
Distances a re tabulated as multiples of 100 miles. Increments of speed for multip les of IQ miles
and multiples of 1 mile are o btained simply by shifting the decimal po int o ne o r two places to the
left , rtsptttively.
xanrp/(' ; Give n steaming time 23 h. 29 m., distance 582 miles, find the ave rage speed .

Distance in miles

Speed in knots
21 29 1

500
80'

3-4066

2!

008517
2478277

582

That is. av.:rage speed correct to two places of decimals, which a re g.:nerally considered suffici.:nt,
is 2478 knots .
Enter with 800 m iles and shift d.:cima l point I place to the left
shift decimal po int 2 places to the left

t Ent.:r with 200 miles and

RADAR RANGE TABLE


{Pag9501}

RADAR PLOTTER'S SPEED AND DISTANCE TABLE


(P~gfl 5021

MEASURED MILE SPEED TABLE


(P~

503-509J

This table is a rra nged in 'crit ical table' fo rm and gives speed s correct to th.: nearest hundredth
of a kno t without interpolatio n. If the time argument is an exact tabulated value, the speed
immed iately a bove it shou ld be ta ke n.

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32
I.
2.
3.
4.

If the time recorded for the measured mile i5' 9 m. 162 s., the speed is 647 knots.
If the time is 4 m. 553 s., the spttd is 1219 knots.
If the time is 3 m. 523 s. , the speed is 1549 knots.
Suppose a ship on trials makes six runs over a measured mile, three against the tide and three
with the tide, such th at the timings by stop-watc h are as follows: First run against tide .. .
First run with tide . . .
Second fun agai nst tide ...
Second fun with t ide
.............. .. . ... .
Third run against tide
Third run with tide .. . ........ ... . . . .... ....

m. s.
3 28 8
3 184
3 30-0
3 1J.8
3

3 1"

167

20 2H

Then total time for 6 miles is ..

:.Average time for 1 mile is

2H

From the fable the average speed for rhe six runs is 1766 knots.
Strictly speaking, the average speed should be computed by finding the ' mea n of means', in
which case the work would be arranged as follows.
4TH
MEAN OF
2ND
3RO
1ST
S PEED
RU N
MEAN
MEANS
MEA N
MEAN
MEAN
KNOTS
m. s.

ISI

288

1724

2nd

18A

18' 14

17 690

IH650
1766000

17640

3rd

300

1765 125

17670

4th

3 178

1820

5th

31 1

1705

6th

167

1830

1765562 5

176550

17 14

176528 125
17650000

176475
1764875

17625
176500
17675

6) 10607
IH8
Ordinary
mean speed

- --

4) 706175

176544
Ordinary mean
of second means

'I'
True mean
speed

A t speeds greater than about 191- knots it will be not iced that in certain cases a change of a
tenth of a second in the time will make a d ifference o f mo re tha n one hundredth o f a knot in the
ta bu lated speed. For example, if the ti me for o ne mile is between 2 m. 387 s. and 2 m. 388 s.
the speed. correct to two places of decima ls, could be either 22 68 or 2267 knots.
In very high speed vessels the recorded t ime fo r a measured mile may be $ 0 sma ll as to be beyond
the scope of the table. Even so, a reasonably accura te speed is easily obta ined by entering the
ta ble with double the recorded t ime, a nd then doubli ng the speed so obta ined. For instance, if
a mile is run in I m. 5525 .. enter with 3 m. 504 s. Thi s gives 1562 knots which is half the required
speed of 31 24 knots (and this wi ll be correct wit hin 002 of a knot). By calculat ion th,e correct
speed is actually 31250 knots .
Th is is usually regarded as being sufficiently accurate

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JJ

Besides its orthodox use for speed trial purposes, the table will be found useful to navigators
for other purposes.
For example, suppose it is decided to alter course after the ship has run 6 miles on a certain
heading from a position line obta ined at 1432, the speed of the ship being 1175 knots. The table
shows that at this speed the ship will run one mile in a little ove r 5 m. 6 s. , or 6 miles in about
30t minutes. Therefore, the course should be altered at 1502t.
In certain circumstances it mi ght be considered convenient to pl ot the radar target of another
vessel at regular intervals corresponding to one mile runs of one's own vessel. Suppose the speed
to be 970 knots, which the table shows to correspond to a mile in about 6 m. 11 s. Then, if the
stop-watch is started from zero at the time of the first observat ion , successive observations should
be taken as nea rly as practicable when the watch shows 6 m. 11 s. , 12 m. 22 s . 18 m. 33s. ,
24 m. 44 s., a nd so on.

DISTANCE BY VERTICAL ANGLE


(Pages

5'~51 5)

This table gives the distance of an obse rver fro m objects of known height when the angle betwee n
base and the summit is known. The ta bles are for distances up to 7 miles so that the whole object
from base to summit will be in view when the hei ght of eye is more than 12 metres (39 feet)
Observers whose height of eye is less than th is must apply a correcti on for Dip if their distance
from the object exceeds the distance of the sea horizon given for their height of eye in the table
Distance of the Sea Horizon (page 486).
The distances given are from the pos ition of the observer to a po int at the base vertically below
the summit, and it is to this point t hat the angle should be measured . In places where there is a
big rise and fall of tide it would be necessa ry to make an allowance for the state of the tide, as
heights are always given above Mea n H.igh Water Springs or Mean Higher Hi gh Water. In the
case of light-vessels there is no allowance fo r the state o f the tide. as the water plane is always at
the sa me distance wi th refe rence to any part of the vessel.
Tojind the Distance
Measu re the angle from summit to base and note the angle ; then under the given height find the
observed angle, and opposite the angle will be found the di stance off in Mi les in the left hand
column.
Example: The vertical angle between the base and summit of a li ght-house situated 61 m (200
feet) above sea level was 0 57'. Required the distance.
Under 6 1 m (200 ft) and opposite the given angle is 20 miles, the distance. l.!;Y~ 5 120

fI.)

To jintl the Angle /0 place on Ihe Sexlant to pass at a gi\'en distance f rom a Point of Known Hdgh t
Opposite the given distance and under the known height wi ll be found the required a ngle 10
place on the sextant.
Example: Wishi ng to pass a po int situated 150 m (492 ft) above sea level at a distance of 4 miles,
required the angle to place on the sexta nt.
Oppos ite 4 miles in the distance column at the side, and under 150 m (492 ft) at the lOp. is
1 10' , the angle required to place on the sex tant.

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OF TH E TA BLES

EXTREME RANGE TABLE


IPages 516-517)

This table has bn compiled fo r the purpose of determining the maximum distance at which
an object may be seen at sea according to its elevation and that of the obse rvtr's eye. Heights
are given in metres with thei r equivalents in feet .
The a rguments with which the table is ord inarily entered a re the height of the observer's eye
a nd the height of the dista nt object which last, however. need nol be a terrestrial one bu t may be
the masthead of a vessel. or some other easi ly defined detai l thereof, provided always that the
hei ght of the feature or object observed be definitely known. The a rguments, too, can be made
interchangeable, thus, should the lookout, sta tioned at the masthead a t a n elevation exceeding
30 metres observe a low-lying rock having a height of less than tha t amou nt, the n the te rms can be
subst it uted for each other and the ' Height of Eye' can be sought in t he ' Height ofObjecf column,
a nd vice versa .
The tables a re computed on the basis of normal at mospher ic condit ions, refractio n a nd visi bility,
and, in the case of li ghts, the quantity taken out as ' Extreme Range' presupposes tha t the light
possesses sufficient power to be discernible at suc h a distance. It must be remembered also that
the heights of lights a nd shore objects a re referred 10 Mea n High Wa te r Springs or Mean Higher
Waler therefore due allowance should be made when the time of observation does not a pproximate
t hereto, pa rticularly if the elevation or distance should be small .

Example I : At what distance will a tower 60 m ( 197 ft ) high be visible to a n observer whose eye

r?t-\ is elevated 20 m (66 ft ) above the water?


51b )

Ta ke 60 m (197 ft) as the ' Height of Object' in the ma rginal column and in the column under
20 m (66 ft) ' Height of Eye', a t the top of the page, will be found the 256 miles dista nce.

Example 2: The officer of the watch. whose eye is elevated 16 m (52 ft) above the water, observes
a shore light, with a n elevation of 45 m (148 Il). just dipping. At what dist..,nce is the ship from
the light ?
In t he column he,:lded 16 m (52 ft) ' Heigh t of Eye' and abreast of 45 m (1 48 ft ) ' Height of
Object' will be found the dista nce 224 miles.

PAGE 516

DISTANCE of the SEA HORIZON


(PII9 9518)

The tabula tions a rc derived fro m the fo rm ula- Dista nce of the sea horizon in nautical miles =
2095 vh, where h = height of eye in metres. Thus for exam ple, when h = 50 m (164 ft)thedistance
of the sea horizon is 148 n. miles.
The following examples show how the table can be used .

Example I : At what distanc~ in good visibil ity should a n observer whose height of eye is 16 m
(52 ft) be a ble to sight a terreSlrial object of height 170 m (558 ft )'!
Distance of horizon for height 16 m (52 ft) = 84 miles
..
170 m (558 ft) = 273 miles
Sum

Hence, (he object should be visible a t a dista nce of 357 miles,

357 miles

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J5

Example 2: The range of visibi lity of a light is stated on a c ha rt to be 21 M . At wha t distance


from the light will an observer be a t the moment when the lig ht has just dipped below the horizon
if his height of eye is 50 feet?
Charted range, i.e. for 15 feet height of eye ..... ...... .
Subtracting distance of horizon for height 15 feel

21

Range of light at sea level .. .. .....


. .. ........ .
Adding distance of horizon for height 50 feet ......... .

1645

Dipping distance, or maximum r,tnge

24 75

(0

observer .....

miles

4'55
830

N. 8.- This method is applicable o nly in the case of a light of adeq uate power, and the accuracy
of the result will probably be affected by the fact that the charted height of a light never includes
a fraction of a mile. Abnormal refraction will also affect the accuracy of distances obtained by
using this table.

DIP OF THE SHORE HORIZON


(Page 519)

When the part of the horizon immediately under the sun is o bstructed by land and the o bserver
is near the sho re. the D ip fo r a n observed a ltitude wi ll be greater than tha t shown in the Dip of
the Sea Ho rizon table. When correcting the altitude the dip should t>e taken from this table
when obtaining the apparent altitude.

Example: The observed altitude of the sun's lower limb above the shore horizon (distance 16
miles) was 2r 30', Height of Eye 12 m (39 ft).
Observed altitude ...
Dip of Shore Horizon ....

(H.E. = 12 m,
distance = 16 miles)

:. Apparent a ltitude .....


If the refraction is believed to be abnormal the table should be used wi th caution.
The table can also be used to obtain the approximate range of a sh ip by measuring the angle
between the ship's waterline and the sea horizon.

Example: The sextant angle between a sh ip's waterline and the sea horizon is 50'.
Eye = 25 m (82 ft).
From dip of sea horizon table.

Dip ...... .... ..... .. .


Observed angle

c ~~~~~_~~

:. From the dip of the shore ho rizon table, Range

Height of

88'
50'
148
35 miles

CORRECTION REQUIRED TO CONVERT A RADIO GREAT


CIRCLE BEARING TO MERCATORIAL BEARING
(Page 520)

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IV. PHYSICAL AND CONVE RSION TABLES


TO CONVERT ARC TO TIME AND TIME TO ARC
(Pages 522-523)

HOURS AND MINUTES TO DECIMAL OF A DAY


(Page 524)

ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE CONVERSION TABLE


(Page 525)

' FAHRENHEIT - ' CELSIUS - 'FAHRENHEIT


(Page 526)

SI - BRITISH UNITS
(Pages 527-528)

BRITISH GALLONS - U.S. GALLONS - LITRES


(Pages 529-531 )

NAUTICAL MILES, STATUTE MILES, KILOMETRES


(Pages 532-534)

FATHOMS - METRES - FATHOMS

DECIMAL FRACTIONS OF A DEGREE


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EX PLANATIO N OF T H E TABLES

V. PORTS OF THE WORLD


PORTS OF THE WORLD.

LATITUDES AND LONGITUDES


(Pages 538-595)

This section is an alphabetical list of all the ports of the world used by commercial shipping, the
positions given to the nearest minute of latitude and longitude being those of the port area, not the
centre of the towns or cities. Every effort has been made to ensure that the names and positions given
are correct by checking with charts and reliable offici al sources and publications.
The user should note the following points: 1 The order of listing is strictly alphabetical and if two or more ports have the same name they are
listed in the sub-order of their countries, alphabetically.
2 A port which has several common ly used names or whose name has been changed recently is
entered under each name with the alternative names in brackets.
3 Ports whose names consist of two or more words are entered under each word.
e.g. Port Chalmers is entered under P as Port Chalmers and under C as Chalmers, Port.
4 To assist in locating a port its country is given in Anglicised form and where it is considered useful
the name of the bay, island, river etc. on which it is sited is given in the form used in its country.
5 Accents and diphthongs have been omitted.

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~:l:f
D. Lon

en .

f017'

17 Degrees

D.

,~

D .

D. Lon

D .

37

l h 08m

163'

D. Lon

D .

O. Lon

D .

Oist. D. Lat. De

Dist. O. lat. DeD. Dist . O. lat. DeD. Oist. D. Lat. DeD. Dist. O. Lat. DeD.

1
302

361
382
363

3452

384

3481

1055

.21
.22
427

40B' 3

4093
4103
411 2

125 7

'90

412 2

4131
414-'
4150
416 -0
4169
41 7 9
418 -9
4198
420 8

1260
1263
1266
1269
127 -2
1275
1278
1281
1284
128 -6

491
'92
'93

42 17
4 22-7
423-6
424 6
425-6
426-5
427 5
428-4
429-4
4303

128 -9
1292
129-5
1298
1301
1304
1307
131-0
131 3
131 6

510

.59
.60

431 3
43 2 2
433 2
434 2
435 1
436 1
437-0
4380
438-9
4399

131 9
132 2
132 4
132 -7
13 30
133-3
1336
1339
134 2
134 5

512
613
51'
51'
518
'17
518
519
520

488-7
489 6
4906
49 1 5
492 5
493 5
494 4
4954
4963
497 3

149 -4
1497
150 -0
1503
150-6
150 -9
151 2
151 4
151-7
1520

481
462
.63

4409
1141-8
11428

1348
1351
1354
135 7
1360
136 2
136 5
136 8
137 1
137 4

521
522
523
52.
526
526
527
528
529
530

4982
499 2
500 I
501 1
502 1
5030
5040
504-9
505-9
506 -8

152 3
152-6
1529
153-2
153 5
153 8
154 -1
154 4
1547
1550

581
582
563

137 7
1380
1383
1386
1389
139 2
1395
1398
1400
140-3

531
532
533

5078
5088
5097
5107
511 6
5126
513 5
514-5
515-4
516-4

155-2
155-5
1558
156-1
1564
156-7
1570
1573
157 6
157 -9

591
'92
593

294 5

295 5
296 5

311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
320

2974
2984
2993
300 3
301 2
302 2
303 1
304- 1
306- 1
306-0

909
912
915
91 8
921
924
92- 7
93-0
93-3
936

371
372
373
374
375
376

321
322
323
32.
325
326
327
328
329

3070
3079
3089
3098
3108
311 8
312 7
3136
314 6
315 5

93 -9
94 I
944
947
950
953
956
959
96 2
965

361
382
383

338
339
340

316 -5
317 5
318-4
319 -4
3204
321 3
322 3
3232
324 2
3251

96 8
971
97 4
97-7
97-9
982
985
988
991
994

341
342
343
34.
345
346
347
348
34'
350

326 \
327 1
3280
329 -0
329-9
330-8
33 1 8
332 8
333 S
334 7

99 7
100 0
1003
1006
100-9
101 2
101 5
101 7
1020
102 3

.02

351
352

102 6
1029
1032
1035
1038
1041
1044
104- 7
1050
105-3

.11
412

356
357
358
359
360

335 7
336 6
3376
338 5
339 5
3404
341 4
3424
343 3
344 3

Dist.

Dep. D. Lat. Dist.

Dep. D. Lat. Dist.

D. Lon

D .

D .

305
300

330

331
332
333
334
335
336
337

353

354

35'

289 8

2907
29 1 7
292 6
293 6

287'

~5J-

365
366
367
368

36'
370

on

378
379
380

384

385
386

387
388
389
390

391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399

'00

.01

.03
'04
'05

.06

'07
408
.09
410

413
.14
'15

416
417
418
419
420

D. 'on

347 1
349 1
350 ,0

1058
106'
1064

106,7
107,0

3510

107 3

351 9

1076
1079

352,9

353-8
354-8

355-7
3567
3577
358-6
3596
3605
361 -5
36 2 -4
363 -4

1082

1085
1088
1091
1093
1096
1099
1102
11 05
110 -8
111-1

364 4
3653
366 3
3672
3682
369 I
3701
371-0
372 0
3730

111 4
111 7
1120
112 3
1126
1129
113 1
1134
1137
1140

373 9
3749
375 -6
376 8
377 7
378 -7
379 7
3806
381 6
382 5

11 4-3
1 14 -6
11 4-9
11 5 2
11 5 5
1158
1181
1164
116 7
1169

383 5
3844
3854
3863
387 3
388 3
389 2
3902
391 1
392 1

\17 2
117 5
117 8
118-1
11 8-4
11 8-7
11 90
119 3
119 6
1199

3930
394-0
3949
395-9
3968
397 8
3987
3997
400-7
401 6

1202
1205
1207
121 0
121 3
121 6
121 9
122 2
122 5
122 8

541
542
543
54'
545
546
547
548
54'
550

428

307
308
J09
310

303
>l4

346 ,2

'81

123 1
1234
123,7
1 240
124 3
124 6
1248
125 1
1254

4026
4036
40 4 ,5
405 5

880
88 3
88 6
88 9
89 2
89 -5
898
90-'
903
906

287 8
2888

423

426
'"
'26

4064
4074

.29

430

431
432
433
.34
435

'36

.37
438
'39
440
441
442

443

....
444

44'

.47
448
449
.50

'51
452
'53
'54
455
.56
'57
'58

4437
444 7
445 6
446 -6
44 7 6
448- 5
449 -5

454

'65

'86

'67
'68
'6'
"0
471

450-4
451 4
452-3
453-3
454 2
455-2
4562

472
473

'"
475

"6
477

11571

"8
. 79

458 1
459 0

480

D.

,~

'82
'83
'84

485

.ea
'87

'88
489

'94
'9'

'96

497
498
'88
500
601
502
503
504

50'
506
507
508
509

'"

534

536
536
537
538

53'
540

460-0
4609
461 9
462-9
463 8
464 8
465,7
468 7
4676
4686

1406

4695
4705
471 5
472 4
4734
474 3
4753
476-2
477 2
478-2

1436
1438
144-'
144 4
144 7
1450
1453
145 -6
1459
146 2

551

479 1
4801
4810
4820
4829
4839
4848
4858
4868
487 -7

146 5
1468
1471
1474
147-6
147-9
1482
148-5
148 8
149 1

561
562
563

140,9

141 2
14 1 5
141 8

142 -'
1424
1427
1430
143-3

552

'53
554
555
'56
557
558
'59
560

564

56'
566

567
568
569
570
'71

572

573
574
57'
576

'77
578
579
580

584

58'
586
587
588
589
590

594

59'
596
597
598
599
600

Dep. D. Lat . Dist, DeD. D. Lat. Dist.


Dep .

Dep.

D. Lon

73 Degrees

D. Lon

~
107"

517 4

1582

518,3

1585
1588
159 1

519 3
5202
52 1 2
522 1
523 1
524 1

5250
5260

159 3
1596
, 59-9
160 2
1605

1608

5269
52 79
5288
5298
5307
531 7
532 7
533 6
534-6
535-5

1611
16' 4
161 7
1620
162 3
162 6
162 9
163 1
163 -4
163-7

536-5
537 -4
5384
5394
5403
541 3
5422
5432
5441
545 1

1640
164 3
1646
1649
1652
1655
1658
166 1
1664
166 -7

546 1
5470
5480
548 9
549 9
5508
551 8
552 7
5537
5547

166-9
167 2
167 5
167-8
168-'
1884
1687
1690
1693
1696

5556
5566
557 5
558 5
559-4
560-4
561 -4
562 3
563-3
564 -2

1699
1702
1705
1707
171 0
17 1 3
171 6
' 71 9
172 2
172 5

5652
566 1
567 1
5680
5690
5700
5709
571 9
572-8
5738

172 8
173 1
173 4
1737
1740
1743
1745
174 8
175 1
1754

Dep . D. Lat.
D .

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D, .

D. ion

D, .

D. Lon

Dist. O. Lat . Dep. Oist. D. Lat. Dep.


1
2
3

,
5
6

7
8

.0

11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

61
62
63
6'
65
66
67
68
6.
70

566
575
58 ,
593
603
6. 2
621

102

041
045
049
051
056
060

71

658

72
73
74
75

668
677

139
148

15 8
167
17-6

06-4
06-7

185

071
075

21
22

195

07-9

23

24

25

26
27
28
29
30

31
32
J.3

34
3.
3.
37
38
39

'0
41
42
43

,".
45
47

48
49

50
51
52
53
54

5.
56
57

58
59

60
Dist.
D. Lon

68

00'
007
O
O' 5
019
022
026
030
034
037

20

19

00'
019
028
037
046
056
065
0"
083
093
111
121
130

287
297
306
31 5
325
334
343
352
362
371

38-0
38-9
39-9

408

4 1 -7
42 -7
4 3-6
44 -5
45-4
46 -4

473
'82
491
501
510
519
528
538
54 7
556
Oep.

191
195
199
206
210
21'
21 7

247
25-'

255
25-8
26-2

131

121 5

270

132

122 4

273
277
281
28 5
28 8
29 2
29-6

75 1

30 3

760

770
77'

83
84
85
86

78.

87
88

807

797

89

816
825

'0

83'

"
93

84'

'"
."
115

853
862

872

881
890
89'
909

918
927

93 .

946

955
964
97 A
98 -3
99 2
100 -1
101 1
1020
1029
1038
1048
1057
106 6
1076
1065

109 4
110 3
111 3

D, .

307
31 1
31 5
318
32 2
32-6

330
333
337
34-1
34-5

348
35-2
35-6

360
36-3

367
371
375
37-8
382
386
39 -0
39 3

397
40 1
40 -5
408
41 2

416
420
423
427
43 -1
435

1233

133
134
135
136

491
494
498
502
506
509
51 3

138
13'
140

124 2
1 25 2
1 26 1
1 27 0
1 28 0
1 289
129 8

141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
14'
150

1 307
1 31 7
132 6
1335
134 4
135 4
136-3
137 2
138-2
1391

151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
15'
160

1400
1409
141-9
1428
1437
144 6
1456
1465
1474
1483

566
56 ,
573
577
581
584
588
592
596
599

161
162
163
164
16.
166
167
168
16'
170

1493
1502
151 1
1 52 1
153 0
1 S3 9
154 8
1 S5 8
1 56 7
157 6

603
607
61 1
61 ,
61 8

171

1585
1595
1604
1613
162-3
1632
164-'
1650
1660
1669

137

172

173
174

175

'38
44-2

176
177
178

"6

'79

D, .

D. LOll
,

180
Dep . O. Lat. Disc.
450

D. Lon

Dist. D. Lat. Dep.


121
112 2 453
. 22
113 1 457
123
1140 '6
1150 465
12'
125
1159 '68
1168 '72
' 26
11] 8 476
' 27
128
1187 '79
11 96 483
12'
130
1205 487

266

82

116
117
11 8
11.
221
22. 120
D. Lat. Oist.
Dep. D. Lo"
292'

24-3

81

111
112

202

236
240

300

101
102
103
104
10.
106
107
108
109
11 0

17 -6
18-0
18-4
18-7

22-9
23-2

723
73 2
742

100

172

695

714

94
95
96
97
98
99

15'

686

77

92

15- 7
16-1
16 -5
16-9

640
649

705

79
80

116
120
12'
127
131
135
13'
142
146
150

630

76

78

10 , 08-2
21 3 08-6
223 0' 0
232 094
241 097
250 101
260 105
269 10'
278 11 2

f015822 ''

22 Degrees

202'

51 7

52 1
524

528
532

536
539

543
54 7

551
55 4
558

562

. 84
' 85
186
'87
.88
189

1706

'90

."

70 ,

1752

70B

1762

712

'"

201
202
203
204
205
206
207
20B
209
210

186-4
187 3
188 2
189 1
1901
1910
191 9
192 9
1938
194 7

75 3
757
760

21 1

1956
1966
1975
1984
1993

790
79'
798
802
805
809
813
81 7
820
824

212

21 3
214
215
21.
217

218
219
220
221
222
223

224

225

232

227

228
229
230

233
234
235

236
237

238
671
239
240
6"
Oep. D. Lat Oist.

68 Degrees

1743

71 5

231

Dep.

701

177 1

641

689
693
697

1780
1789
1799
1808

644

667

171 5
172 5
173 <I

192
193
194
195
196
197
198
19'
200

"6

652
656
659
663

D. Lon

D, .

Oi5t. D. Lat. Dep. Dist. D. Lat. Dep.


167 8 678
' 8'
'" ~ 223- 5 903
182
1687 682
907
"2 224-4
169 7 686
243 2253
91 -0
' 83

622
62 6
62 9
63 -3
637

648

Dep.

lh 2am

18 1 7

182-7
183-6
184 5
185 -4

200 3
201 2
202 1
2031
2040

723
727
730
734
738
742
74 5

749

764
768
772
775
779

783
787

204 9
2058
206-8
2077
208-6
209 5
2 10-5
211 -4
2 12 3
21 3-3

828
832

214 2
215 1
2160
2170
2179
2188
219 7
2207
221 6
222 5

865
869

83 5

839
843
847
850
85 4
858
86-2

873
877

244
245
246
247
248

2299
230-9

250

231-8

93-7

251
252
253
25'
255
256
257
258
259
260

232-7

94 0

".

228 1

2290

'"
948
95, 2

2337
2346
2355
236 4

95,5

2374
2383
239 2
240 1
24 1 1

959

261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
26'
270

242 0
242 9
243 8
2448
245 7
2466
2476
2485
2494
250-3

97-8
981
985
9B -9
993
996
1000
1004
1008
1011

271

278
279
280

251 3
252-2
253-1
254-0
255-0
2559
256-8
257 8
2567
2596

1015
1019
1023
1026
1030
1034
1038

281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290

2605
261 5
262 4
2633
26 42
265 2
266 1
2670
268 0
2689

291
292
293

2698
270 7
271 7
272 6
F35
274 a
2754
2763
277 2
2782

272

273

274

275
276
277

294

295

884

296

892

91-4
9 1-8

921
92-5
92'
93-3

880
888

226-2

2272

291
298

96 3
966
970
97 -4

1041
104 5
104 9
1053

105 6
1060
1064
1068
107 1
107 5
107-9
1083
108 -6
109-0
1094
1098
110 1
1105
1109
111 3
111 6
1120
1124

299
895
300
89'
Oep. O. Lat. Disl . Dep. D. Lal
D. Lon
D, . D. Lo"
Do.
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O. Lon

D,

O. Lon

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D, .

D. Lon

D, .

Dist. D. Lat. Dep.

Dist. D. Lat . Dep. Dist. D. Lat. Dep. Dist. D. lat. Dep. Dist. O. Lat. De

""

361
362
353

2640

364

2662

248 ,2

2669

2489

302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
315
317
318
319
320

2201

205 3

2209

206,0

22 1 6

2066

22 2 3

207 3
2080

224 5
2253

209 -4

2260
226 7

2107
211 -4

365
365
367
358
369
370

22 75
228 2
228 ,9
2296
2304
231 1
231 8
232 ,6
233-3
234 0

212 1
212 ,8
2135
21 4, 1
214,8
2 155
216,2
2169
21 7 6
218,2

371
372
373
374
375
375
377
378
379
380

223 "

2238

208 7

210 1

269 ,9
270 ,6

2523

421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430

271 ,3
272 1
272 8
2735
274 3
2750
275 7
276 5
277 2
277 9

253 0
253 7
2544
255 1
255 7
2564
25 71
25 7 8
258 5
259 2

431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
445
447
448
449
450

264 -8

26 55

2462
2469
247 6

2677

249 ,6

268 -4

2503

269 1

2 51 ,0

251 ,7

3079

287 1

3086

2878

3094
3101
3108
311 6

288,5

3123

29 1 2
2919

3130

289 2

289 ,8

2905

481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490

3518
352 5

3584

328-0
328 -7
329-4
330-1
330 ,8
331 5
3321
332 8
3335
3342

541
542
543
544
54.
645
647
548
549
550

3591
3598
3606
361 3
362 0
362 8
363 5
3642
364 9
365'7

3349
335 ,5
3362
336 ,9
3376
3383
339 ,0
3396
3403
341 ,0

353,2

3540
354,7
355 4

3562
3569
35 7-6

3138

2926

314 -5

2933

315 2
3159
316 7
31 7 4
31 81
3189
319 6
3203
321 1
3218

2939
2946
295 3
296 0
296 7
297 4
298 0
298 7
2994
3001

491
492
493
494
495
496
497

32 25
323 ,3
3240
324 7
325 ,5
32 6 2
3269
32 7 6
328 ,4
3 29 ,1

3008
3014
302 1
302 ,8
3035
3042
304 ,9
305 5
306 ,2
306 9

501

510

3664
367 1
367 9
368,6
3693
3 70 1
370,8
37 1 5
372-3
3730

4Sa
499

500

395 7
3%4

369 ,0

3696

39 7-'

3703

398 6

371 0
371 7
372-4

397 9

399 ,3
400 -'
4008
40 1 ,5

3731

373 ,7

402 ,2

374 -4
375 1

551
552
553
554
555
556
557
558
559
560

403 ,0
4037
4044
405 2
405 9
406 6
407 4
408 1
408,8
409 6

375 ,8
3765
3771
3778
3785
379 2
379 9
3806
381 2
381 9

341 7
342 4
343 0
343 7
3444
345 ,1
3458
346 ,5
347 1
347 8

561
562
563

4103
41 1 0
411 ,8
412 5
413 2
4 139
4 147
4 15 4
4161
4 16 ,9

382 6
383 3
384 0
384 6
385 ,3
3860
386 ,7
387 4
388 ,'
3887
3894
390 1
3908
39 1 5
392 1
3928
393 ,5
3942
394 ,9
39 5 6

321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330

234 8
235 5
236 2
237 0
237 ,7
238 4
239 2
2399
2406
24 1 3

2189
2196
2203
221 ,0
22 1 6
2223
223 0
223 7
224 4
225 1

381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390

278 6
2794
2801
2808
281 6
282 ,3
2830
283 ,8
2845
28 5 2

259 ,8
260 5
26 1 2
2619
2626
263 ,3
2639
26 4 6
2653
2660

331
332
333
334

24 2 1
242 8
243 ,5
2443
245,0
245 7
246 5
247 2
247 9
248 7

225 7
226 4
22 7 1
227 8
22 8 5
2292
2298
2305
23 1 2
23 1 9

391
392
393
395
395
397
398
399
400

2860
286 , 7
28 7 4
288 ,2
288 9
289 ,6
290 3
291 1
291 8
292 ,5

266 , 7
2673
2680
2687
2694
270 ,1
2708
271 ,4
27 2 1
27 2, 8

451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
450

3 299
3306
331 3
3320
332 8
3335
334 2
335 0
335 7
3364

307 6
3083
308 9
309 ,6
310 3
31 1 0
311 7
3124
313 ,0
313 7

511
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520

373 7
374 5
375 2
375 9
376 6
37 7 4
3781
3788
3796
3803

3485
349 2
3499
350 ,5
35 1 2
35 1 ,9
352 6
353 ,3
354 0
354 6

571
572
573
57'
575
575
577
578
579
580

4 176
4183
419 1
4198
420 ,5
421 3
422,0
422 7
4235
424 2

347
348
349
350

249 4
2501
2509
251 6
252 ,3
253 0
2538
254 5
255 2
2560

23 2,6
233 2
2339
234 6
235 3
236 0
2367
237 3
2380
238 7

401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410

293 ,3
2940
2947
295 ,5
29 6 2
2969
2977
2984
299 1
2999

273, 5
2742
2748
275 ,5
2762
2769
2776
278 3
278 9
27 9 6

461
452
453
464
465
466
457
468
459
470

3 37 2
3379
3386
3393
3401
340 ,8
341 5
342 3
343 0
343 7

3144
315 1
315 8
3164
317 1
317 8
318 5
319 2
319 9
3205

521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530

381 0
381 8
382 5
383 2
384 0
384 7
385 4
386 '2
386 ,9
387 6

355 ,3
356 0
356 7
357, 4
3580
358 , 7
3594
3601
360 ,8
361 5

581
582
583
584
585
586
587
588
589
590

4249
425 ,6
4 264
427 1
427 ,8
4286
429 3
4300
4308
43 1 5

3962
396 ,9
3976
3983
3990
399 7
400,3
401 0
401 ,7
40 24

351
352
353
364
355
356
357
359
359
360

256 ,7
257 4
258 ,2
2589
2596
2604
2611
261 8
2626
2633

2394
240,1
2407
2414
242 1
2428
2435
2442
244 ,8
24 55

411
412
413
414
415
415

300 6
301 3
3020
302 8
3035
3043
305 0
305 7
3064
307 2

2803
281 0
281 7
282 3
283 0
283 7
284 4
285 ,'
285 8
2864

471

344 5
345 ,2
3459
346,7
347 4
348 ,'
348 9
349 ,6
3503
35 1 ,0

32 1 2
32 19
322 6
3233
323-9
324 6
3253
326 0
326 7
327 4

531
532
533
534
535
535
537
538
539
540

3883
389 1
3898
390 5
391 3
392 ,0
392 7
393 ,5
3942
3949

3621
362 8
363 5
364 2
364 9
3656
366 ,2
3669
3676
368 ,3

591
592
593
594
595
596
597
598
599
500

432 2
4330
433 ,7
43 44
43 5 2
435 ,9
4366
437 ,3
438 ,1
438 ,8

403 ,1
403 7
404 ,4
4051
4058
406 5
4072
407 8
408 5
409 2

Dist.

Dep. D. Lat . Dist.

o. Lon

Dep.

335

336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346

313'

ill-

394

417

418
419
420
D Lon

472

473
474
475
476
477

478
479
480

Dec. D. Lat. Dist.


Dep.

D Lon

502
503
504

505
500
607
508
509

564

565
565
567
568
569
570

Dec. D. Lat. Dist. Dec. D.Lat. Dist.


Dep.

D, .

D. Lon

47 Degrees

D. Lon

~
133'

Dec. D. Lat.
D.

3h 08m

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268624 276605 2847-13

2704 75
270607
270740
270872
27 1005
2711 38
2712 70
2714 03
2715'36
271668
2718 {)1
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46'

47'

301338 J096 -70 318559


301479 3 10014 318705
3016 -20 310157 318851
3On61 3103-01 318997
J019-Q2 31(}H 4 3191-44
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269813 zna13 285940 29<12 03 3026-00 3111 63


2699-45 mg'47 ""'-77 294342 302750 3113 07
270(}78 278081 286214 294481 302891 311451
2702 10 278216 ""' -50 294620 3030.,32 311595
270.3042 278350 2864 -87 294759 303174 311739

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269152 271141 285258


2692lH Z17'HS 285.3-9\
2694-16 277H O 285531
302185 3107 -32 3194<36
269549 277544 285667
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269681 2'n678 2858-'" Z9lO-64 J024 '67 311019 319729

2725-99

34

43'

2687-56 276739 2848<9


2688-88 276873 284985
2690-20 mo(fl 285122

30
31

33

42'

MERIDIONAL PARTS

2727-32
273131
2732'64
273397
273531
273664
2737 97
273930
2740 64
2741 97
274331
27446<1
2745 98
2747-31
2748 65
274998
275132
2752 66
2754 00
275533
275667
275801
2759 35
2760 '69
276203
276337
276471
276605

41 '

278485 286624 294896 303315 3118 83


2786-19 2867 00 295037 303457 312027
2787-54
2951 76 303599 3121 71
278889 2870 34 295315 303740 3123-16
2871 71 295455 303882 312460
2791 58 287308 295594 304023 312604
2792 93 287445 295733 ml65 312749
279428 287582 295873 3Ot307 312893
2795-62 2877-19 296<H 2 3044 -49 313037
Z196-97 287856 295151 3(W591 313182
279832 2879-93 296291 304733 313326
279967 2881 30 2964 -30 3()t8'75 313471
2801 02 288267 296570 305017 313615
280237 2884-05 296709 .305159 313760
2885 42 296849 30530 1 3 139 05
2B05-07 2886-79 2969 89 J05443 3 140-49
280642 288817 2971 28 3055 -85 3 141 9'\
2fJl1/-77 2889-54 297268 3057-Z/ 3 143 39
200913 289091 297408 305870 314484
2810 48 2892-29 297548 306012 3 14629
2811 83 ""'-66 297688 3061 54 314774
281318 2895-(}1 297828 3062-97 31<1919
281<1 54 2"}6<2 2979-68 3064 39 315064
281589 ""-79 298100 306581 315209
281725 289917 298248 .306724 315354
281860 2900-54 ""'-88 306866 315499
281995 290192 2965 28 J070 {19 315645
282131 2<J03-30 2'166 68 3071 52 315790
282267 290468 2988-08 3072 94 315935
282402 2906-06 2989-48 .)()7437 316081
2825-38 2907-43 299088 3075 80 316226
2826 73 290881 299229 3077-23 3163 71
2828 09 291019 2993-69 307866 316517
2829-45 291157 2995-09 308009 316662
283081 2912 95 2996-50 3081 52 31GS'OS
28321 6 291433 2fff7"IJ 3082 95 316954
283352 291572 299931 3004 -38 317099
2834 -88 291 710 3(X)(}71 3085 81 3172 45
2836-24 291848 300212 308724 317391
283760 291986 300353 308867 317537
2838-96 29'2124 30)493 3090 10 317683
284032 2922-63 3006 34 .309153 317S'28
2841 68 2924-01 3fXjl75 3092 -97 317974
284304 292539 300916 309> 40 3 18120
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284577 292f16 3OU 97 YH/-Z/ 318413
284H3 292955 301338 J09870 3 18559

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43"

44'

45'

46'

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320169
3203 16

320463
320610
3207 56
320903
3210 50
321197
321344
3214 91

1
Compression 293 465

48'

329503
3296 53
3298 03
329952
330102
330252

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3235-55 332507

3257n
325925
326074
326222
326371
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3266-68

50'

3274-13 336H l 345653


327562 3365-93 3458<J8
32THl 336NS 345%4
327860 336897 3461-19
3280-09 337049 346274
328158 33n.Ol 346429
= -07 337354 3485-85
328457 337506 346740
3286-06 337658 346896
328N5 337811 347052
3289-05 3.:ng63 347207
" "-54 3381-16 347363
329204 ""'-68 347519
329354 338421 3476 75

3216 38 330552
321786 330702
3219 33 330852
322<1-80 331002
322227 3311 53
3223-75 331303
3225-22 331453
322669 331603
3228 17 331754
3229-64 3319 0 4
323112 332055
323260 3322 -05
323703
323851
323998
324146
32429'\
3244 42
324590
324738
324887
325035
325183
325331
3254 80
325628

49'

332657

3328-08
332959
3331-10

3332-60
333411

3335-62
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3338-65
334016
3341-67
3343-18
334469
334521
3347-72
334924
335075
335227
335378
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3356-82

338573 347830
3387 26 3479 86
3388-79 3481 42
339032 3482-98
339185 3484 54
339338 348611
339491 348767
339644 348923
339797 349079
339950 349236
340103 3493-92
3402-56 349549
340410 349705
340563 349862
340'7-16 350018
J40670 350175
3410 2,3 350]32
3411 77 3504-89
341330 350645
3414 84 350802
341638 350959
341792 3511-16
34 19 45 351273
342099 351431
342253 351588
342407 3517-45
342561 3519 02
3427-15 352060
342870 352217
343024 352375
343178 352532
3433-32 352690
3434 87 3528-47
343641 3530 05
3437 95 353163
343950 3533 21
3441 05 353479
344259 3536 37
3444-14 353795
344569 353953
344723 3541-11
344878 354269
345033 3544-27
345188 354585

326817 3358-33
326966 335985
3271-15 336137 3453-4.3 3547
3..."7264 336289 345498 3549-02
3274 13 ""'<I 345653 3550-00

47'

48'

49'

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LOGARITHMS
No. 1600

20412

2199
1

20412
20683
20952

20439

200466
20737

20493

20575

20602

20656
2092S

21245
21511

21165

21219

21192

21537
21801
2206)

20871
21139
21405

20629
20898

lOO

21431

21564

20817
21085
21352
21617
21880
22141
22402

20844

210)2

20520
20790
21059

20548

21005
21272

21669

21696

21458
21722

16'
'62
'63

21932

21958

2219-'1

22220

21 985
222"'6

21748

21175

22011
22272
22531
22789

22037
22298
22557
22814

170

23045

23070

171

23300
13553
13805
24055
24304
24551
24797
25042
15185

23325
23578
23830
H080
24329
24576
H822
15066
15310

15527
25768
16007
16145
26482
26717
16951
17184
27416
27646
27875
181 03
28330
28556
28780

21484

20710
20978

20763
21299
21827
22089
22350

21325
21590
21854

22505

22968

23019

13223

23249

170

23477
13729
13980
24229
24477
24714
14969
25213
25455

23274

25406

23198
23452
13704
23955
14104
14451
14699
14944
25188
15431

23502
23754
14005
14154
14501
24748
14993
15137
15479

23526
23780
24030
24279
24517
14773
250HJ
15261
15503

15624
25864
16103
16340
26576
16811
17045
27177
27508
17738

25648
25888
26126
26364
26600
26834
27068
27300
27531
27761

25672
25912
26150
16387
16623
26858
17091
27323
27554
17784

25696
25936
26174
26411
16647
16881
27114
27346
27577
27807

15710
25959
16198
16435
26670
16905
17138
27370
27600
17830

157#
15983
16221
16458
16694
16928
17161
27393
27623
17853

180
18'
'82

17944
28172
28398
28623
28847
29070
29292
29513
29732
29951

27967
18194
28421
28646
28870
29093
29314
29535
29754
29973

27990
18217
26+43
28668
18891
19115
29336
19557
19776
29994

28012
28240
'&466
28691
18914
29137
29358
29579
29798
30016

18035
28262
'&488
28713
18937
29159
29380
29601
29810
30038

18058
28185
28511
28735
28959
29181
29403
29613
29842
30060

28081
18308
28533
28758
18981
29203
19425
29645
29864
30081

190
19'

30146
30363
30578
30792
31006
31218
31429
31639

"&46
32056

30168
30384
30600
30814
31027
31239
31450
31660
31869
31077

30190
30406
30621
30835
31048
31160
31471
31681
31890
32098

30111
30428
30643
30856
31069
31281
31492
31701
31911
32118

30233
3<k19
30664
30878
31091
31302
31513
31723
31931
32139

30255
30471
30685
30899
31112
31323
31534
317+4
31952
32160

30276
30492
30707
30920
31133
31345
31555
31765
31973
32181

30298
30514
30728
30942
31154
31366
31576
31785
31994
32201

200
20'
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209

32263
32469
32675
32879
33082
33284
33486
33686
33886
3;os,

32284
32490
32695
32899
33102
33304
33506
33706
33905
34104

32305
31511
32716
31919
33123
33325
33526
33726
33925
34124

32325
32531
32736
32940
33143
33345
33546
33746
33945

32367
31572
32777
31981
33183
33385
33586
33786
33985
34183

32387
32593
32797
33001
33203
33405
33606
33806
3....5
34203

32408
32613
32818
33021
33224
33425
33626
33826
34025
34223

210
21'

341+4

32346
32552
32756
32960
33163
33365
33566
33766
33965
34163

22&40

22866

23096

23147

23350
13603
13855
14105
24353
14601
14846
25091
15334

23122
23376
23619
23880
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106

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AIKLAMA SAYFASINA DNMEK IIN TIKLAYIN

107

LOGARITHMS
3999

No. l400

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110

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LOGARITHMS
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14
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01757
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16

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01764

11
18

24755
24850

01769
01772

19

24944
25037

01776
01780

33

25131
25225
25319
25412
25505
25599
25692
25785
25878
25971
26064
26156
26249

01784
01788
01791
01795
01799
01803
01807
01811
01815
01818
01822
01826
01830

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35

264]4
26526
26618
26710
26801
26894
26986
21077
21169
27261
21352
27443
27534
27626
27717
27807
27898

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01842
01846
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01854
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01861
01865
01869
01873
01877
01881
01885
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01897
01901

27989
28080
28170
28260
28351
28441
28531
28621

01905
01909
01913
01917
01921
01925
01929
01933

20
21

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24
25
26
27

28
29
30
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36

37
38
39
40
41

42
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44
45
47
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50
51
52

53
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58
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2.or(S.)
23159
23255
23350
23446
23542
23637
23712
23828
23923
24018
24113
24208
24302
24397
24491
24586
24680
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24962
25056
25150
25244
25337
25431
25524
25617
25710
25804
25897
25989
26082
26175
26267
26360
26452
26544
26617
26729
26821
26912
27004
27096
27187
27179
27170
27461
27553
27....
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27826
27916
28007
28098

28188
28278
28369

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28549
28639

01704
01708
01712
01716
01720
01723
01727
01731
01735
01739
01742
01146
01750
01754
01758
01761
01765
01769
01773
01777
01781
01784
01788
01792
01796
01800
01804
01808
01811
01815
01819
01823
01827
01831
01835
01839
01843
01847
01850
01854
01858
01862
01866
01870
01814
01878
01882
01886
01890
01894
01898
01902
01906
01910
01914
01918
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01930
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23274
23370

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01705
01709
01713
01717
01720
01724
01728
01732
01735
01739
01743
01147
01751
01755
01758
01762
01766
01770
01774
01777
01781
01785
0178'1
01793
01797
01801
01805
01808
01812
01816
01820
01824
01828
01832
01836
01840
01843
01847
01851
01855
01859
01863
01867
01871
01875
01879
01883
01887
01891
01895
01899
01903
01907
01911
01915
01919
01923
01927
01931
01935

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23561
23656
21751
23847
23942
24017
24132
24227
24321
24416
24510
24605
24699
24793
24887
24981
25075
25169
25262
25356
25449
25543
25636
25729
25822
25915
26008
26101
26193
26286
26378
26471
26563
26655
26747
26839
26931
27022
27114
27206
27297
27188
27480
27511
27662
27153
27844
27934
28025
28116
28206
28297
28387
28471
28567
28657

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0.

23197
23293
23389
23484
235ao
23675
23711
23866
23961
24056
24151
24245
24340
24435
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24624
24718
24812
24906
25000
25094
25187
25261
25375
25468
25561
25655
25748
25841
25934
26026
26119
26212
26304
26397

01706
01710
01713
01717
01721
01725
01729
01732
01736
01140
01744
01148
01751
01755
01759
01763
01767
01771
01774
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2667l
26765
26857
26949
27041
27132
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27315
27407
27496
27589

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27862
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28134
28224
28315

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28495
28585
28675

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2.or(8.)

01782
01786
01790
01794
01798
01801
01805
01809
01813
01817
01821
01825
01829
01832
01836
01840
01844
01848
01852
01856
01860
01864
01868
01872
01876
01880
01884
01888
01891
01895
01899
01903
01907
0191 1
01915
01919
01923
01927
01931
01935

2....'

Log.

23216
23312
23408
23503
23599
23694
23790
23885
23980
24075
24170
24264
24359
24454
24548
246042
24737
24831
24925
25019
25112
25206
25300
25393
25487
25580
25673
25766
25859
25952

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01707
01710
01714
01718
01722
01726
01729
01733
01737
01741
01745
01748
01752
01756
01760
01764
01768
01771
01775
01779
01783
01787
01791
01794
01798
01802
01806
01810
01814
01818
01822
01825
01829
018n
01837
01841
01845
01849
01853
01857
01861
01865
01869
01873
01876
01880
01884
01888
01892
01896
01900
01904
01908
01912
01916
01920
01924
01928
01932
01936

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26138
26230
26323
26415
26508
26600
26692
26784
26876
26967
27059
27151
27242
27334
27425
27516
27607
27698
27189
27880
27971
28061
28152
28242
28333
28423
28513
28603
28693

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Log

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2.or(S. }

2J235
23331
23427
23523
23618
23713
23809
23904
23999

01707
01711
01715
01719
01723
01726
01730
01734
01738
01742
01745
01749
01753
01757
01761
01764
01768
01772
01776
01780
01784
01788
01791
01795
01799
01803
01807
01811
01815
01818
01822
01826
01830
01834
01838
01842
01846
01850
01854
01858
01861
0186S
01869
01873
01877
01881
01885
01889
01893
01897
01901
01905
01909
01913
01917
01921
01925
01929
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2409'
24189
24283
24378
24471
204567
24661
24755
24850
24944
25037
25131
25225
25319
25412
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255'i9
25692
25785
25878
25971
26064
26156
26249
26341
26434
26526
26618
26710
26802
26894
26986
27077
21169
27261
27352
27443
27534
27626
21717
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27898
27989
28080
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41

44

.4
..9
51

54
57
59
62

18
20
22
24

27
29
31
34
36
38
41
43
46
48
51
53

56

65

58
61
64

67

67

70

6'
72
75
78
81
84
88
91

73

.7G
79
82
86
89
92
96
94
99 98
1 03 101
HJ6 ,.,5
1 -10 "'9
114 B3
1 18 117
123 121
127 1 25
1 -31 HO
1 -36 134
1Al 139
H6 144
151 1 49
157 1 55
162 160
H 8 166
175 172
1-81 179
H8 1 86
195 193
203 200
2-11 208
220 217

15
17
20
22
24
26
29
31
33
35
38

AO

11

26
28
30
33
35
37
40

43
45
47
50

..2
44

52

52

55
58
60
.&3
66
59
71
74
77
80
83

54

..7
49
57
60
62
65
68
70
73
76
79

82

00
02
04
06
08
11
13
15
17
19
21
23
26
28
30
32
35
37
39
42
44
46

49

51
54
56
59
61
64

67
70

72
75
78
81

87

85
84
89
88
92 91
95 94
H O 99 98
1 04 102 1 01
1-07 106 105
H I H O 1 09
115 1-14 1-12
1<19 ua US
124 122 1 21
1 26 126 1 25
133 1:n 129
137 1 36
142 140 139
1 47 145 144
1 53 1 51 1-49
1 58 1 56 154
164 162 1 60
1-70 168 1 66
177 174
183 1 81 179
190 H8 H6
198 1 95 1 93
206 2 03 201
2 14 2-11 209

90
93
97

"'4

,.,,2

e,

00

00

00

00

02

02

02

04
06
08
10
13
15
17
19
21
23
25
28
30
32
34
36

02

04
06
08
10
12
14

04
06
08
10
12
14
16
18
21
23
25
27
29
31
33
36
38
40
42
45
47
50
52
54
57
59
62
65

04
06
08
10
12
14
15
18
20
22
25
27
29
31
33

16

38
40
42

IS
19
20

44

21

47

"

67

67

70
73
76
79
82
85
88
91

69
72
75
78
81
84

39

41
43
..6
48
51
53
56
58
61
.&3
66

59
72
75
77
80
83

87

'17
19

21
23
25
27
29
32
34
36
38
41
43
45
48
50
53
55
58
60
63
65
68
71
74
77
80
83
86
89

0
1
2

,
4

10
11

"

13
14
15

35 17

A'

51
54
56
59
61
64

90
87
.CJQ
93 92
97
95 94 94
1 00 99 98 97
1 <J4 103 HI 1 00
107 1 06 105 1 <J4
111 HO 109 108
H 5 1-14 1 -13 1 -12
1 19 U 8 1-17 H5
1 23 1 ':" 121 120
1 28 126 1 25 124
132 l.:n 130 128
1-37 136 1-34 133
142 1 41 U9 138
147 14 1 44 143
153 151 149 148
1 58 156 1 55 153
164 162 161 159
H O 1 68 1 67 165
177 H5 1 73 171
184 H2 180 1 78
1 91 1 89 187 185
1 98 1 96 "'4 192
207 2<J4 202 200

23
24

25

"
"
"

21
28

30
31

33
34
35

E
~

"

"

37

"

39
40

41
42

43
44
45

"

47

46

4'

50
51
52
53

54
55
56
57

50

"

50

135" 134 133' Ill' 131 130 129 128 127 126 125' 124 123' 122 121 ' 120
0

22

12

05
07
09
12
14
16
19
21

395

225 0 226 227 0 228 0 229 0 230 231 0 232 233" 234' 235' 236 237 0 238 239 0 240

HOUR ANGLE

B
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AIKLAMA SAYFASINA DNMEK IIN TIKLAYINIZ

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TABLE C
A. a . CORRECTION.

... 30' '31 ' '32' '33' '34'


~

.,,' .,.'

733 72. 723 717 712 707


73-4 72. 723 718 713 70-8
10 73-5 730 725 720 715 71-0
7:H 732 727 722 71 7 712
11 741 736 73-1 726 721 71-6

,.

.
.
.
,."
.
,.."
,.,
...,""
..."
..
.
."
.
.
.."
...

743 738 73-3 ",


723
12 745 74-0 U 5 730 725
lA 74-1 742 737 73-2 72'
749 744 740 ?,H 73 -0
752 747 742 738 73-3

'39'

'40'

70-2 697 692 68' 682


703 698 693 68. 683
70-5 70,0 695 690 685
707 702 697 693 68.
71-1 70-6 701 696 692
71-5
718
721
72

708
7H
713
11-6
719

75~

'~1 '

-42'

-43 '

. '

.".

'

,
~

70'3 699 694


706 701 69 -7
70-9 70-4 699
7l'1 ~ 707 70-2
?L'') 710 705

'. n,
n5
"'.,

745 741 73-6 7H 727 722 71 8


756 7H 747 742 738 7.H 729 72' 720

754

677 672 66'


678 673 66.
680 675 670
683 67 8 674
687 682 67 8

663
664
666
669
673

65.
659
661 10
664 14
66. 18

685 680 675 GH


68' 683 678 67-4
69-0 686 681 677
693 689 684 68~
70,1 697 ,692 68. 683

689
692
695
698

....
.,.

70'9 70-5
70-6
70,S
7H
71'2

700
702
704
70 6
708

696
69'S
70-0
70-2
70,4

69]
693
695
697
700

687
689
691 32
693
695 34

71-4
71-6
719
72-1
72'

71-0
712
715
71-7
71-9

706
70-8
710
71 3

70-2
70-4
706
709
71-1

69S
700
702 37
705 31
707

7H
757 753 74S 744 73-9 73-5 730 726 721 71-7 71-3
759 754 75,0 745 7401 73,6 732 72.
719 71 5
760 756 7H 747 74 3 73-8 734 729 125 72' 71-7

"
"
"'"
,.

762
764
765
76-7
769

75-8
759
761
76-3
765

753
755
757
758
760

74,9
751
752
75-4
756

744
746
748
750
752

74-0
742
74-4
74'6
748

736
738
740
742
74 4

731
733
735
737
740

727
729
7H
7J.3
735

723
725
727
129
731

719
721
72-3
725
727

77-1
77-2
77-'
77<>
77-.

766
768
77-0
772
774

762
764
76<>
768
770

758 754
76~ 75<>
762 758
764 760
766 763

750
752
754
156
75-9

746
748
75-0
752
755

742
744
746
74 9
751

738
74-0
74 2
745
74-7

73<4
736
738
7401
743

730 726 722


732 72. 72-.
731 727
737 73-3 729
73-9 736 73-2

718 n4 71~
720 71-6 712 41
723 n 9 71-5
725 722 718
""8 72' 721

780
78 'l
Cl 784
78'6
789

77-6
77 .
781
783
785

773 769 765


775 n l 767
n7 77-3 769
779 775 772
781 n8 77-4

761
76,3
766
768
7H

757
76 0
762
765
767

753
756
758
761
764

75~

75-2
755
75 7
760

74<>
748
751
75-4
75 6

742
745
747
750
75 3

U8
7401
74-4
747
74 9

735
737
740
743
746

7H
734
737
739
742

727
U O
733
73'6
73-9

723
126
729 Cl
732
736

791
79'
52 795
53 79.
eoo

787
790
792
79.
797

78-4
786
789
791
793

79~

777
77-9
"'2
7.4
787

77-3
77<>
77.
78-1
784

77-0
772
775
77.
781

766
769
772
774
777

763
76 6
768
771
774

759
762
765
768
771

756
759
76-2
765
768

752
755
758
761
765

749
752
75-5
758
761

74-5
749
752
755
758

74 2
74 5
74-8
752
755

73-9
742
745 51
748
752 54

50 802
""5
67 80-7
51 8H
59 812

799 79<> 79'


"'2 799 795
",
"'1 79.
807 80' 80-1
"'9 806 eo.

79<)
792
795
79.
"'1

78<>
78 9
792
795
79.

783
7.<>
78-9
792
795

78-0
783
7.<>
789
792

77-7
780
783
786
789

77-.
77-7
780
783
786

77-1
77-.
777
780
78.

76'8
771
77'
77-7
781

765 761 75.


768 765 762
71-1 768 76-5
77-5 772 769
77-. 77-5 77-2

755
75-9
762
76<>
77-0

OD 81-5
817
820
822
825

812
815
8H
820
82,

80.
806
809
812
815

801
804
807
81 ,0
813

798
801
804
807
81 -0

795
798
801
805
80.

792
7%
799
802
805

790
793
796
800
80'

787
790
794
797
80,]

784
788
791
795
798

781
785
788
792
796

77-9
782
786
790
793

77-6
780
783
787
791

n3

."

825 82,
82.
831 829
834 832

809 806 804


812
80.
816 813 8H
8B 8H 815

"" 2
805
809
81 3

799
",.,
807
8H

797
801
eo'5
80.

795 792 56
799 79 6
802 8O~
806 804 58

01

82.
830
83'
.3<>

780
78'
785
78.

8 _ -30' -31 '

I '38'

AZIMUTHS

n . 713
72'0
723
725
72.

'31 '

809
812
81-5
8H

806
809
812
815
818

.,..

821 8] . 8106 813 8 H


824 821 81 9 8H
827 824 822 820 81-8
830 827 82'5 82' 821

82.

.,.'

.14

'33'

'34'

.,.'

'31'

'JT'

n.

.,~

.,.'

n '5

..,.

....
..
...
"
"

77-7
781
785
788

50
50

.,
51

."..
.."
51

."
j

'3t'

'40'

'41'

'42'

'43'

.... ' '45'_ A

A & B s ame NameS} RULE TO FIND { A & B D ifferent names


take
um . ( add) .
C CORREC TI ON
take
ifference (S ub.)
C CORREC TI ON . (A t B) is na med t he same as the greater of th ese qua ntities_
AZIMUTH ta kes combined names of C Correction and Hour Angle

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AIKLAMA SAYFASINA DNMEK IIN TIKLAYINIZ

414

TABLE C
a _ 80' 82'

,84'

....

A & 8 OORRECTION

88'

' 70'

, 72'

74'

,71'

78'

80'

82'

... .... as'

. . . . . .AZIMUTHS
. . . . .
. ,..,
". ".,
,.. ,..,
".,
". ".,
"

0 590
574 566
5 591 ",3 575 567
57-8 570
\0 :>9 4
598 59 0
574
18 603 ')95 "'7 579

20 606 598 590


22 60' 601 593
24 613 605 597
61 7 60' 601
21 621 613 605

"

SS'8
55'
56'
56.
5H

54' "5 52 8 520 51-3


543
529 522 515
547
52'5 518
551 54'3
529 522
556 54, 541
527

58' 574 56,7 559


585 578 570 563
589 58' 574 567
593 58. 578 571
598 59-0 583 576

r
~

. . . .

SO6 SO'O 49-3


SO'8 SO'1 49-4
51 -1 SO, 497
515 SO8 SO,
521 514 SO7

487 48 -0

488 48 1 5
49-1 48' \0
495 489

14

SO1 494

"
"
,.
,.
"..
,.
,.
'"
".,
"'"

552 545 538 531 524 517 51-1


555 548 54>1 53-4 528 521 51-4
559 552 545 538
525 51 8
529 523
SS" 55,0 54 3
568 56-[ 55-4 548 541 534 528

:04 498
SO'8 502 22
512 SO'6 24

"., "., ".,

527 521
31
" 0
SJ3 527 32
"6 " 0 33
539 "3

".,
".

,..,

51 7 510 21

52' 515

595
598
600
603
606

",8 ,,1 57-3 56.


590 " ,3 576 56,
593 58. s79 572
596
575
599 592 " ,5 578

560
56'
565
568

35 63-8 631 623 616 609


63' 626 61'9 612
37 ,,-4 63,' 62' ",., 615
38
540 63' "'5 618
650 "3 63. 628 621

60' 595 588 581


605 598 591
608 601 594 ",7
61-1 60' 59a 59'1
615 608 601 594

57 4 568 561 555 548 542 SJ' 35


57 7 57 1
55a 552 54.
",1 5N 568 ,,1 555 549 "3 37
58' 57a 571 565 55' SS3
588 581 575 569 562 55-6 550

625 618
628 620
32 C3'0 623
33 63-3 625
34 6H 628

"
31

61 -0 60'
61'3 60 5
615 608
618 610
621 613

....
"
".,

.." " .
.."" ..., ".,
..." ..., ....
. ..., .. ,
""
.."
45

50

.. 3 6706
681
697 159'1 .. 5
701 695 68'

605 598 591


608 602 595
612 605 599
616 60' 603
62-0 613 60,'

710 70 4 698
715 70 9 703
57 71 9 71-3 70 8
58 72-' 71-8 71 3
51 128 72-3 118

".,

"., "., ....

67'0
674 ,,8
679 673
68' 677

693
697
702
707
71 2

....

.1-4,
".

.. 7 ..1 676 670


686 ,,1 675
691 686 .. 0
69'6 69 1 68'

692
697
702
707

73,3 128 723 71-7 712 707 702 697 692

71 8
723
72-8
734

713 708 703 69 8


118 713 708 704
724 719 71 4 71 0
729 725 '12 0 71-6

758 753 749 74-4


76-3 758 754 75-0
8T 768 764 76 0 755
68 ,7-3 769 765 761

74 0
74 5
751
757

735
741
74 7
753

73-1
737
74-3
749

"

...

' 70'

-72 '

73-8
743
74 8
753

733
73-8
743
748

B_ 6Q'

-12'

72-8
733
738
743

...

18'

...,
693
699
705
71-1

,..,

'71'

,11'

.."

58 7 581 576 45
591 58. 580

596 59<> " ,5


601 595 58,
60' 600 59 4

(2-8 622 61 6 GH 605


627 62-1 616 61-0
638 632 627 621 616
621
"3 637 6'"
&H 64-3 63,' 63' 626

.,.

63'

..
ca

600 50
605
H-C 51
616
621

,, 3 63,' 63'
....
, ,, 3 ,,4
638
654

.""
...
.

62' SS
6'"
63, 51
" 9
.. 0 655 65<> ,,S
666 661 65. 651

.. , ..

68' 67 7 67 2 66' 663 658 00


"8 683 67 8 674 .. 9 66'
69-4 68' 68S 680 67-6 671
678 13
700 696 691 687
707 702 698 693 689 ,,5 M

72& 72-2 71 8 713 709


732 728 724 720 71 6
73 9 735 73-1 12-6 722
745 741 737 733 72,
-14'

....
.

585 579 572 56. 56-0 55'


58' 57-6 57-0 56' 558
593 586 " ,0 574 568 56'
597 59-0
57a 572 566 43
601 595 589 583 577 57.'

66' 65' 654 " 8


670 66' 65' 654
675 670 .. 5 65'
.. 1 675 670 "5
702 697 591 686 .. 1 676 67-1

123
128
733
739

03

,..,

.,.

658 652 ,,6 64-0 63 4


662 65 6 650 ,,-4 63'
66,' .. 1 655 ,,9
67-2
"0 65-4
706 700 694 688 682 676 67-1 665 65, 654

""

61

,..,

67-0 ..3 65,' 650 ,,3 ",7 630 62' 617 6B 605 599 593
674
..0 65
"1 63. 628 62' 615 60, 603 597
677 671
658 651 "5 638 63'
"" 0 614 6<}8 60'
..1 675 " 8 .. 2 655
"3 63-7 " ,0 624 618 612 60,'
..5 679 67 2 " 6 "0 653
6B 629 ",., 61 7 61-1

6N

..
.."
.."

,..

61 1
615
619
622
.. 0 65'3 "6 63' 633 626

".,

553 546 "0 "3


55,
" 6
558 552 545
561 555 "8 542
571 56-4 558 55 1 545

,.., ,..,

63' 632 625 618


65-6 64' 64' 635 628 62'2
,,0 65'3 oH 63' 6'" 625
,,2 63' 629
" 3 65 6
653

41

550
SS I
SS ,
SS8
",3

90 ' ''' A.j:

so

,12'

70-5
71-1
718
725

700
707
714
721

696
70 3
71-0
718

... .... .".

69-2
699
706
714

....
.."
j

'SO "= A :!:

A & B s ame NameS } RULE TO FIN D { A & B D ifferent names


lake
urn. (add )
C CORRECTION
t ake
Iflerence(Sub_)
C CORRECTION , (A 7 B ) is named Ihe same as the greater of these quantities .
AZIMUTH take s combined names of C Correction and Hour Angle

SCANNED By MKP - 2005

431

TRUE AMPLITUDES
Declination

2
4

10

12
14
16
16

...
"

22

28
30
31

"

33
34
35
36
37
36
39
40

41

42
43
44
45
46

47
48
49

50

26'

26f 27'

27t' 28' 2Bt'

25-5
25-6
25-7
25-8
25-9

260
26-1
26 -2
26-'
26-4

26-5
266
26-7
268
26-9

27-0
2N
272
273
275

275
276
277

261
26-3
266
26'9
273

26-6
26-9
271
275
278

~H

2N

27-4
27-7
28-0
28-'

27-9
28-2
285
28-9

27-7
28-1
28-6
29-2
29-8
30-1
30-5
309
313
317'

31-1
315
319

25t'

. . .

28-0

28-5
28-6
28-7
288
29-0

29-0
29-1
29-2
29-'
29-5

28-2
28-4
28-7
29-0
29-4

28-7
28-9
29-2
29-6
30-0

29-2
29-5
29-8
30-1
30-5

29-7
300
303
30-7
31-1

282
28-7
29-2
29-8
30-4

28-8 29-3 29-9


29-2 29-8 30-4
29-8 .30'3) 30-9
30-4 30-9 :)1-5
310 31-6 "-2

304
30-9
315

310
315
321
327

315
321

30-8

31-4
31-7
321
326
"-0

"-0
" -8
"-2
"-7

"-8

"-5
"-0
"-5
35-0
356

"-I
" -6
35-2
35-8

"-8
353
359
36-5

36-2
36-9
376

377
,,-4
392
399
40-8

" -5
392
399
40-7

391

370
377
"-4
392
399

41'6

416
424

,,-,

400
40-9
418
429
44-0

408
417
427
43,8
44-9

417
426
436
44-7
459

425
"-5
44-5
457
46-9

434
44-'
455
467
479

44-'
453
46-4
417
49-0

455
46-2
468
475
48-2

t'-5
7-2
479
48-'
493

476
48-2
490
497
SO-5

48-'
493

so-,

SO-8
516

512
520
528

49-0

SO-I
SO-9
518
527
53<6

513
521
53-0
53'9
54-9

565
577

56-0
57-1
58-'
596
60-7

57 4

55-'

54-'
557
568
58-0
592

589

60-'

62 4
640
" -7
677
699

64-2
66-0
579
701
726

66-2
681
703

724
755
797
900

757
79 8
900

799
90-0

32-'
333
"-8

"-2

"-9

"-8
35-4
36-1
36-8
375

35-5
36-2
36-8
37-5

328

,,-, ,,-,

39-1
40-0
410
420

JH

40-0
40-9
41-9

4J-O

,,-,

36-'

52
521

44-4

45-4

450

46-0

53
53,
54
54,

457
464
471
478
486

46_7
475
48-2
49-0
498

479
486
494
SO-2
51-1

so-'
514

55, 495

SO-7
516
526
53'6
54 7

52-0
529

513
522
532

533
54-'

54 3
555
56-7
58-0
59-4

558
570
58'
597
612

51<4

610
626
64-5
"-2
68-8

629
647
" -7
690
71 7

"51,
55

56
56,
57
57,

58
58,
59

'91
GO

GO,
61

611
62

62,

426
432
438

,,-, ,,-,

so-,

44-2
44-8

53'9

55 0
56-I

58-6
600
615
032
650
67-0
693
71'9

751

278

498

523

GIJ-'

32-1

328

'"

J42
347
351
356

355
36,0
366
372
378

36-1
36-7
373
379
"-5

36-8
374
"-0

In

40-0
40-7
415
42-4

621

618
"-4
65-2

"-7
65 -5
674

672
694
72 1
752
19-5

697
723
754

796
90-0

40-7

so-o
525
53-3

54-'
55-'

56-'
58-6
598
612
626

,
0

10

15
20

25
30

35
40

42

"
""so

i 338

399

"-5
"-9
35-'

3,)<2

336
"-0
345
350

358

36-'

'"

393

497

537
546
556
56-6
577
58-9
601
614
629
65-0

ne

75 8

Declination

44
46
48
50

32-6

32-6

3H

,,-,
,4-1

"-0

,,-, ,,-,
,,-,

44-5
452
458
464
471

50,

. . .

28-0
28-1
282
28-'
28-5

32-2
326
"-I

,,-,

29'

Amplitude
Corrections

54

62

0'
,

5'
0

10' IS' 20' 25'


,

0-0 0-0
0-1 0 -1
0-1 0-1
0-2 0 -2
0-2 . 0,2

0-0
0-1
0-1
0-2
0-2

0-0
0-1
0-1
0-2
0-2

0-'
0-'
0-'
0-5
0-6

0 -'
0-4
0-5
0-6
06

0-'
0-'
0-5
06
0-6

O~3

0-4
0-5
0-6
0-6

0-'
0-7
0-7
0-8
0-8

06
0-7
0-8
08
0-9

0-7
0-7
0 -8
0-8
0-9

0-7
0-7
0 -8
0-9
0-9

0-9
0-9
1-0
I-I
1-2

0-9
0-9
1-0
1-2
1-2

10
1-0

1-0
1-0
1-2
1-'
1-4

1-1

1-2
1-'

0-0
0-1
0-1
0-2

Or

0-0
0-1
0-1
0-2
0-'

--'o~. .0-3)
0-'
0-5
0-6
0-7

0-4
0-5
0-7
0-7

0-7
0-8
0-9
0-9
1-0

0-7
0-8
0-9
1-0
I-I

I-I

1-'
1 -5
1-7
2-1
2-9

1,2

1-'
1-5
1-8

COMPASS ERROR BY
AMPLITUDE
The tru e amplitudes given in the
main table are calculated for the
instant when the true altitude of the
body is precisely 0' 00'. In the CMe
of the sun (owing to the effech of dip,
relraction and parallax) the lower
limb at this instant will appear to be
approximately half a diameter above
the visible horizon. If the compass
bearing is taken at that moment
there will be no need to apply any
correction.
However, should the bearing be
observed when the sun's centre
appears to be in the visible horizon,
correction obta ined from
subsidiary table should b e 7fplied by
being added to the observe azimuth
reckoned from th e elevated pole as
shown in the exa.mple below. (ut.
62' N., decL 20' S.).
S_ 415 E.
Obs'd. Azi.
'
N. 1385 E.
From clcv. pole
+ 1",8
Con'n.
N. 140" .'3 E.
Som
Corr'd. obs'd. Amp. E. 50'3 S.
T. Amp. from table E_ 4\>"8 S.
35 W .
Comp. Error
Observations of rising or setting
stars and planets are seldom prac
ticable but. if obtained, should be
treated in the !lame way as those of
the sun's centre.
In the cas<: of the moon that body
will be approximately one-third of a
degree below the horizon at the
moment whe n its t rue altitude i,
0" 00'. If observed when its centre
appears in the visible horizon, twothirds of the correction from
subsidiary table should be subtracted
from t he observed azimuth reckoned
from the ele'-ated pole .

,h,

,h,

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EX-MERIDIAN TABLE I
Latitude and Declination DIFFERENT NAME
Cha nge of Alt itud e in one minute from Meridian Passage : A

,
r

15"

"
0
1
2
3
4
5
G
7
8

,
10

11
12
13
14
15
lG
17
18
19
20

21
22

23

"26

25

27

28
29
30
31
32
33
34

35
36
37
38
39
40

41
42

43
44

45
46
47
48
49
50
51

52
.3

..
54

55
57

58
59
60

7.3
G.'
6 .5
6 .1
'.8

lG"

3~

3~

4 .7
4 .
4.4
4 .2
4 .0
3.'
3.8

3.8
3.7
3.6

3.8
3.7
3.5
3.4
3.3
3.2
3. 1
3.0
2.'
2.'

3.G
3.5
3.4
3.3
3.2
3. 1
3.0
2.'
2.'
2.8

3.5
3.4
3.3
3.2
3.1
3.0
2.'
2.'
2.8
2.7

3.4
3.3
3.2
3.1
3.0
2.'
2.8
2.8
2.7
2.G

3.3
3.2
3.1
3.0
2.'
2.8
2.8
2.7
2.6
2.6

3.2
3.1
3.0
2.'
2.8
2.8
2.7
2.6
2.6
2.'

3.1
3.0
2.'
2 .8
2.8
2.7
2.6
2.'
2.'
2.4

3.0
2.'
2.8
2.7
2.7
2.6
2.5
2.'

2.8
2.8
2 .7
2.6
25
25
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.2

2.8
2.7
2.6
2.5
2.5
2. 4
2.4
2.3
2.2
2.2

2.7
2.6
2.6
2.5
2.4
2.4
2.3
2 .2
2 .2
2 .1

2.6
2.G
2.5
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.1

2.G
2.'
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.1
2. 1
2 .0

2.'
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.0
2.0

2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.2
2 .1
2.1
2.1
2.0
2.0

2A
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.0
2.0

2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.1
2.0
2.0

2.2
2.1
2.1
2.0
2 .0

2.1
2.1
2 .0
2.0

2. 1
2.0
2.0

2.0
2.0

2.0

2.0

I.'
I.'
1.8

4.2
4.1
3.'
3.8
3.7
3.5
3.4
3.3
3.2
3.1

4 .1
3.'
3.8
3.7
3.5
3.4
3.3
3.2
3. 1
3.0

3.'
3.8
3.7
3.5
3.4
3.3
3.2
3. 1
3.0
2.'

3.0
2 .'
2.8

2.'
2 .8
2.8
2.7
2 ."
25
2."
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2. 1
2.0
2.0

1.8
1.8
1 .7
1.7
1.6
1.6

1.7
1 .7
1.6
1.6

I.'
I.'
I..

I.'
I..

1.4
1.4
1.3

1.4
1.4
1.4
1.3

1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0

1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0

26"
4 .0

'.3
'.0
4 .8
4 .6
4.4

1.8
1.8
1.7

25"

4 .2
4 .1

.2
5.0
4.8
4 .
4 .4
4.2
4 .1

I.'
I.,

,,"

4 .4
4 .2
4 .1

I..
I..

23"

4 .G
4.4
4 .3
4.1
4.0
3.8
3.7
3.6
3.5
3.4
3.3

'.2
5.0
4 .8
4 .6
4.4
4. 2

2.3
22
2. 1
2.1
2.0
2.0

22"

4 .'
4.7
4.'
4.3
4.1
4.0
3.'
3.7
3.6
3.5
3.4

'.2
5.0
4 .8
4.6
4.4
4.2
4.1
3.'

2.7
2."
2.5
2.5
2.4
2.3

,,"

- - . . - - -

20"

' .1
4 .'
4.7
4.'
4.3
4.2
4.0
3.'
3.7
3.6
3.'

G.O
'.7

,.

,,"
.

' .4
'.1
4 .'
4 .7
4.5
4.3
4.2
4.0
3.'
3.8
3.6

G.4
6. 1
.2

5.5 -

G.8
G.'
6 .1
5 .8

,". ,.-.

DECLINATION

I.'
I.'
1.8
1.8
1.7
1.7

I."
1.6
I..
I.'
I.'
1.4

I.'
I.'
1.8

5.7
' .4
'.2
4~

I.'
I.'
1.8

1.8
1.7
1.7

1.8
1.8
1.7
1.7

1.6
1.6
1.6

1.6
1.6

I..
I.'
1.4

I.'
I.'
I..
1.4

lA

1.4
1.3
1.3

1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3

1.4
1.3
1 .3

1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0

1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
11
11
11
1.0
1.0
1.0

1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1
11
11
1.0
1.0
1.0
0 .'

I..
I.'
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.5

I..

I.'
I.'
I..
I..
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.6

I."
1.5
I.'
I..

I.'
I.'
1.8
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.6

1.5
1.5

I.'
1.4

1.8
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.6
1.6
1.5

3.8
3.7
3.6
3.5
3.4
3.3
3.2

I.'
I.'
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.6
1.6

I.'
1.5

I.'
1.4

I.'
1.4

1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3

1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2

1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2

1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2

1.2
1.2
1.2
11
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0

1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0

O~

O~

1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0 .'

1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.'
0.'

1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
0.'
0.'

1.4
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3

3A
3.3
3.2
3.1
3.1

2A

2.4

I..
I..

1.8
1.8

I.'

1.7
1.7

I."
1.6
1.6
1.5

I.'
I.'
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2

1.2
1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0 .'

27"

28"

29"

30"

- -

3.8
3.6
3.5
34
3.3
3.2
3.1
3.0
3.0

3.'
3.7
3.6
3.'
3.4
3.3
3.2
3. 1
3.0
2.'
2.'

3.7
3.6
3.'
3.4
3.3
3.2
3.1
3.0
2.'
2.'
2.8

3.5
3.4
3.3
3.2
3.2
3. 1
3.0
2.'
2.8
2.8
2.7

3.4
3.3
3.2
3. 1
3.0
3.0
2.'
2.8
2.7
2.7
2.6

2.8
2.8
2.7
2.7
2.8
2.'
2.6
2.4
2.4
2.3

2.8
2.7
2.7
2.8
2.6
2.'
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3

2.7
2.G
2.6
2 .
2.5

2.6
2.G
2.5

2.5
2.5
2.4
2.4
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.1
2.1

2.3
2. 2
2.2
2. 1
21
2.0
2.0

2.2
2 .2
2.1
2.1
2 .0
2.0

3~

I.,
I..

I.,
I.,
I..

2A
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2.1
2. 1
2.1
2.0
2.0

I.,
I.'
I.'
1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8

1.8
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.6
1.6

1.8
1.7
1.7
1.7

1.7
1.7
1.7
1.8
1.6

I."
1.6

I.'
I.'
I.'

I.'
I.'
1.6

I."
I.'
I.'
I.'
1.4

1.4
1.4
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2

1.4
1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2

1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0
0 .'

1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0
1.0

1.8

2A

2.4
2.3
2.3
2.2
2.2
2. 1
2. 1
2. 1
2.0
2.0

I.'
I..
I..

12
1.8
1.7
1.7
1.7
1.6

I."
I."
I.'
1.5
I.'
1.4

2.0
2.0
2.0

.:
"

0
1
2
3
4

7
8

10

11
12
13

14
15
16

17
18
19
20

"

22

23

I..
I.'
I.,

24

1.8
12
1.7
1.7

27

1.7

I."
1.6
I."
1.5

lA

1.5
1.5
1.5
1.4
1.4

1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1

1.4
1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1

1.4
1.3
1.3
1.3
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.1
1.1

1.1
1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0

1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0
1.0

1.1
1.1
1.0
1.0

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25
26

26
29
30
31
32
33
34

35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42

43
44

45
46
47
48

4.

50
51

52
53

..
54

55

57
58
59
60

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EX-MERIDIAN TABLE 11
Reduct ion Plus 10 True AUi wde a l Upper Transit
HOU R ANGLE

I
2

1
2

,,

1"

o s' 0"

O 15'

0" '"

O 25'

0" 30'

359,5,'/ 359 o$O ]5' "5' 359''40 )59' 3,';' 35930


Q

O~

0-0

0-0

O~

O~
O~
O~

O~
O~

0-0
0-0

0-'
0-1
0-1

0-0
0-0
0-'
0-'
0-'
0-1
0 -1
0-'
0-2

0-1
0-1
0-'
0 -1
0-2
0-2
0-2
0-'

, . S'

1 10'

1 Ni'

,20'

~
O~

0-0
~

O~

a 3 ,j'

0" t o'

JSr2.~'

359"20 ' lS9"J,j' 359.10' 35' 6' 359 0'

IS '

0-0
0-1
0-1
0-2
0-2

0-1
0-1
0-2
0-'
0-'
04
0-'
0-'

0-1
0-2
0-'
04
0-'
0-'

0-1
0-2
04
0-'

0-2
0-'
0-'

O~

0-.

O-g

0-7
0-8

0-7
0 -.
0-'
I -I

H
' -2
'4

H
1-'
1-'
1-7

' 35'

' " 10'

, " 4//

IQ50'

0-,
0-,

04
04

' " 2S'

O~

1 30'

O~

0-'

O~

0-'
1-2
,~

04
0-7
H
14

'"

2-2
2-5
2-'

1-'
2-2
2-'
2-8

3-3

2 5'

2 10'

0 -'
0 -'
1-5

0-5
H

O~

0-7
1-'
2-2
'-0

0-.

1-7

,..

,-, ,,-,. ..,


,-.

24
,-0
'-6
' -2
,-8
'4

0-7
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30'

35"

40'

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56'

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0.0
0. 1
0.1
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0.1
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0.0
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.2

0 .0
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.3

0.0
0 .1
0.2
0.2
0.3

0.0
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.4

0.0
0.2
0.2
0.3
0.4

0.1
0 .2
0 .3
0.3
0.4

0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
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0. 1
0 .1
0 .1
0.2
0 .2

0.2
0.3
0.3
0.4
0.4

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0.3
0.4
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0.4
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0.7
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0.7
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0.8
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1.2
1.3

1.0
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1.3
1.4
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99
102
105
106

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0.4
0.4
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0.8
0.8
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111
114

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1.7
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15

30
35
40
45
50

55
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70
75
80
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90

117

120
123
126
129
132

135

138
141

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1.8
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0.4
0.6

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0.6
0.8
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0.6
0.8
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0.7
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35
40
45

0.6
0.7
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0 .7
0 .8
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1.3

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1.1
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2.3
2. 7
3. 1

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3.0
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55
60
55
70

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1.4
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1.8
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1.4
1 .
1.8
2.0
2.1

1.'
1.8
2.0
2.2
2.4

1.8
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2.3
2.5
2.7

2.0
2.3
2.6
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3. 1

2.4
2.7
3.1
3.4
3.7

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3.3
3.7
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3.6
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5.1
5.6

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1.7
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2.7
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2.8
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2.7
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3.8
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18
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7
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564

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10
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15
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373
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337
320
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279
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30
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235

225
216
208

200

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38
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192
185
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172
1 66
160

43
44
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154
1 49

1'43
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1 34

41
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48
49
50
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53
54

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121
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109
106
102
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0-93

090
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75
80
85
90

93

99
102
105
106
111

114
117

11.9
12.5

120
123

13. 1

126
129
132

to.5

13.7

11 .0
11 .5

14.4
15,0

12.0
12.5

15.7
16.4

Li mits of Hour An gle or Time 'before or after' Merid ian Passag e

50

1 1.3

EX-MERIDIAN TABLE IV

15
30

Ho ur
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m

56

57
56

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.
63

SCANNED By MKP - 2005

135
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0

0'

3'

6'

9'

12"

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5730 573$ 57'61


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14-34 1436 14 41
11-47 1149 1154

5801
2901
1935
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7,23

639
576

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720
6'40
577

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647
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524
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445
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414
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11
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21
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24
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3

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11
12
13
14

16

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32

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1466 1484 1507
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2047
1536
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24'

6272
3137
2092
1569
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27'

30'

no

36'

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32 -16 33,09 3417 3542


2144 2206 2278 23'62

16'09 16'55 1709 1772


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839
7'35
654
589

9,90 1006 1025 1047 1O74 1105 11'41 1l83


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7-44 756 7'70 787 8,06 830 857 888
6'62 672 6,85 7,00 7-17 7-31l 7-62 7,90
596 606 6 17 6,30 646 665 6,8'7 7-12

527
4-84
447
416
3-89

531

5-43
498

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4 19
3-91

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4,92
4'55
4,2.3
3-95

363
3-43
324
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293

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3 44
3-25
309
294

367
346
3-2f
3-11
296

279
2-67
246
2-28
213

279
2-67
246
228
2-13

2-81
2,68
2-47
2,29
214

200
189
179
1-70
H2

200
1-89
179
1-70
163

1,56
1-49
1-44
1 39
1-35

957

821
7-19

643
579

4,28
400

561
5-15
4-76
443
4-14

574
527
48'7
453
423

5,88
540
499
464
434

605
555
513
4-77
4-46

625

4-60

551
5,06
467
4,35
4,06

574
5,30
4-93
461

648
595
5'50
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4'78

371
3'SO
3-31
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2,99

3'76
354
335
H8
3,03

3-82
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3-40
3-23
3-07

389
366
347
3,29
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397
374
354
3"
320

4-07
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3,&3
3-45
3,28

419
3-95
3-74
3-55

3-3Il

4,33
4,08
386
3,66
3-49

4-48
423
4,00
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3-61

2,83
270
2-49
2-31
216

2,85
2-73
2-51
2,33
2-18

2-89
2-76
2-55

2,99
286
2,63
2-44
2-28

306
292
269
2'SO
2-33

H3
3-00
276
2'56
239

3,22
3-08
2,",
2'&3
2,46

3,33
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2,93

221

2-93
2-81
2-59
240
2-24

3-45
3-30
3,04
2,82
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2-01
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1-71
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2'03
1-91
181
1-72
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205
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174
166

2-07
1,95
1,85
1-76
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2-10
198
1,88
179
1-71

2-14
202
1,92
182
1-74

2-19
20'/
1,96
186
1-78

225
212
201
191
182

2-31
2-18
2-07
1-96
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239
225
2-13
2-03
194

2-01

156
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144
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135

1 56
150
1-45
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135

1,58
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146
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153
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138

HI
155
149
144

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1,64
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1-46
1-42

1-67
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1,54
1-49
1-44

1-70
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1,58
I-52
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175
168
1-62
1'56
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1 80
1-73
1-06
1-61
155

186
178
172
166
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192
185
1 78
172
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1-31
127
1,22
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1-31
1-2'7
1,22
116
111

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128
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1-11

1-32
1,29
1-24
1-17

H2

134
130
1-25
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135
131
126
120
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137
1,33
1,28
1-21
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1-40
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131
124
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1-43
1-39
134
126
121

1-47
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1-37
1,30
124

151
1-47
1 41
133
127

1'56
I-51
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1,38
1-32

1-61
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151
143
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1,02
1-01
1,00

107
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102
1-01
101

108
105
1-03
102
1-01

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1,04
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1-05
104
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1-09
107

114
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109
1,08
107

1 17
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123
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1,20
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132
1-28
126
124
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2,72
254

2-47
2-33
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42"

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9-62
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6-47
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7-53
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9-54
9-03
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AIKLAMA SAYFASINA DNMEK IIN TIKLAYINIZ

452

CHANGE OF ALTITUDE IN ONE MINUTE OF TIME


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SCANNED By MKP - 2005

453
DIP OF THE SEA HORIZON

AUGMENTATION OF THE MOON'S


SEMI" DIAMETER

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2.'
3.0
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118
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454
MEAN REFRACTION

ADDITIONAL REFRACTION CORRECTIONS


FOR AIR TEMPERATURE

Atmospheric Pressure l 000mbs (29.5109 )


Tempera ture lOT (SO ' F)

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SCANNED By MKP - 2005

455

CORRECTION OF MOON'S MER. PASS .


Corr. Plu s to Mer. Pass_ in W est Long .
Difference between times at successive trans.ts.

"
3
6

15
18
21

24

21
30

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51

81

84

87

102

105

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123
126

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13.
138
.41
.44

132

147

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I5l
156

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162
165

.68

171

...

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39 m.

42 m .

45 m.

48 m .

SI m .

54 m .

57 m .

m_

m_

m_

m_

m_

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10
1.
1-8
2-1
2-,
2-8
3-2
3-5

0-4
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1-6
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2-.
3-2
3-6
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04
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1-5
1-9
2 -2
2-6
30
3-,
3-8

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0-5
1-0
14
1-'
24
2-8

03
0-6
10
13
1-6
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2-3
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3 -2
36
3'
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4-6

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3-8
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52
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5-8
6-2
6-5

5-2
5-6
6 -0
6-3
6-6
7-0

6 -8
7-2
7-5
7-8
8 -1
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8-8

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104
108

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10-9
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104

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11-0

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10-1
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10-9
112

108
112
11-6
12-0

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119
123
128

122
126
130
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11 6

12-4

13 -2

14 -0

128
132
13'6
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144
148
152
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16 -0
164
16-8
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176
180
184
18-8
192
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116
119
122

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120
124
128
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14-6
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133
136
140
14 3
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150
153
156
159
16-2

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150
15,4
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161
164
168
172
175

15-4
158
16-1
165
169
172
176
180
184
188

166
16-9
17-2
176
179
182
18-5
188
192
19-5

17-8
18-2
186
189
192
196
200
20.3
20-6
21-0

191
19-5
199

11-0
11 4
11-7
120
12-4
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12-6
130

13-3

20-2
20-6
210
214
218
221
225

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5-2
5-6
6-0
6-4
6-8
7-2
7-6
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8-8
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10 0

200
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20-8
212
216

22-0
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22-8
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1-7
2-1
26
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68
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15-7
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16-6

17-0
17-4
178
18-3
187
191
196
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20-4

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212

21-7

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22-5
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23-8
242
246
25-1
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18-4
189
194
198
202

2<)-7

212
216
220
225

23-0
23-4
23-8
243
248
252
256
26-1
26 6
270

3-3

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126
133

13-8
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147
152
157
162
166
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17-6
180
18-5
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63 m .

66m.

m.

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0-6
1-1
16
2-2
2-8
3-3
3-8
44
5-0
5 -5

05
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25
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3-5
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5-0
5-5
6-0
6-5
7-0
7-5
8-0
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100

10 -5
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12-0
125
13-0
135
140
145
150

155

16-0
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170
175
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19-0

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21
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6-3
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7-'
8-,
8-'

8-0
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116
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142
147
152
158
16-3
168
173
178
184
189
194

143
148
154
160

165
17-0

176
182
187
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20-9

19'
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"'-0
20-5
21-0

195

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200

210
21-5
220
22-5
23-0
23-5
240
245
250

21 5
220
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23 6
242
247
252

25-7
26-2

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255
260
265
270
275

26-8
27-3
27-8
28-'

28-0
28-6

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29-'

204
209
21-4
21 8
22-3
228
23.3
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24-2
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256

26-1
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290
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Corr _ Minus to Mer_ Pass. in East Long _

SCANNED By MKP - 2005

AIKLAMA SAYFASINA DNMEK IIN TIKLAYINIZ

458

SUN'S TOTAL CORRECTION


To be ap plied to the Observed Altitude of the Sun 's Lower ( L) or Upper (V) Limb
Height o f EVe
Ob s.
All ,

l O.Srn

11 .2m

12.0m

(3 4ft)

(3 7ft)
L
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13 .6m
(4 5 ft )

12 .8m
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.
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(48ft)

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1.3 30. 7
1.5 30.5

15.4 m
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16 .3 m
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2 .3 29.7
2 .5 29.5
2.2 29.3
2 .9 29. 1
3 .1 28.9
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2.1 29.9
2.3 29. 7
2.5 29.5
2.2 29.3
2.9 29. 1
31 28.9

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3.3 28.7
3.0 28. 5
3.2 28.3
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2.5 24.5
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2. 1 29.9
23 29. 7
2.5 29.5

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10
20
30

3 .9
4 .1
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27.9

27.7

26.9

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0.9

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1.1

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302
305

1.3
1.5

3.2
3.9
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4 .5
4 .2
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31. 1

28.3
28. 1
27. 9
27.7

2],5
27.3
2 7. I

+ 55 -265
52 26.3
59 2 6.1
' . 1 25.9
' .3 25.7
'.5 25.5
6.2 25.3

+ 5.3 - 26. 7
55 26.5
5.2 26.3
5.9 26. 1
6.1 2 5.9
' .3 25. 7
65 25.5

+5 .1 -26.9
5.3 26.7
55 26.5
52 26.3
5 .9 26. 1
6 .1 25.9
' .3 25.7

- 25. 1
24.9
24 7
24.5
24 .3
24 1
23.9

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' .9 25. 1
2.1 24.9
2.3 24.7
2.5 24.5
2 2 24.3
2.9 24. 1

+6 .5 - 25.5
' .2 25.3
' .9 25. 1
2.1 24.9
2.3 24. 7
2. 5 24.5
2.2 24.3

+8 .3 -23. 7
8 .5 23.5
8 .2 23.3
8.9 23. 1
9 1 22.9
9.3 22. 7

+ 8. 1 -23.9
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8 .5 23.5
8 7 23.3
89 23. I
9 1 22. 9

+ 7. 9 -24 . 1
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8.3 23.7
8 .5 23.5
8 .2 23.3
89 23. 1

.....

2.1
23
2.5
22
29
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SCANNED By MKP - 2005

AIKLAMA SAYFASINA DNMEK IIN TIKLAYINIZ

459

SUN'S TOTAL CORRECTION


To be applied to the Observed Altitude of (he Sun's Lower ( L) or Upper (U) Limb
Heig ht of Eye
Ob .

H .2m

Ah

(56ft)

,,

0600

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20
30

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3.
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3.
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1400
1500
16 00
1700
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2.00
2200
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2600
2900
3200
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7500
90

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05 31.5
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0 .9 31. 1
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2. 3
25
2.7
2.9

19 .2m

30.3
30. '
29.9
29.7
29.5
29.3
29.1

0 .3
0 .5
0.7
0.9

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2.3
2.6
2.7

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(66ftl

(63ft)

[ (60h)

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31.9

3 1.6

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29.9
29. 7
29.5
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30.5
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31.9
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24.4 m

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0.5
0.3
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32.3
32. '

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31. 9
3/ . 7

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0 .7 32. 7
0 .5 32. 5
0 .3 32.3
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-1.1 - 33. 1
09 32.9
0. 7 32. 7

0.5
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32.5
32.3
32. 1

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30.5
30.3
30.1
29.9
29.7

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30. 7

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30.9

30.5

30.7

29.5
29.3
29. I
28.9
28. 7
285
28.3
28. 1
27. 9

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2 .5
27
2'
3. ,
33
35
37
3.9

29. 7
29.5
29.3
29. 1
28.9
28.7
28.5
28.3
28. 1

+2 .1 - 29.9
2.3 29.7
2.5 29.5
29.3
2.9 29.1
3.' 28.9
3.3 28.7
35 28.5
37 28.3

+1 .9 -30 . 1
2. , 29.9
2.3 29.7
2.5 29.5
29.3
2.9 29.1
3.' 28.9
3.3 28.7
3.5 28.5

+1.7 -<73.3
' 9 30.'
2. ' 2 9.9
2.3 29. 7
2.5 29.5
29.3
29 29. 1
3. ' 28.9
3.3 28. 7

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' .7
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5.'
5.3

- 27.9
27. 7
27.5
27.3
27. 1
26.9
26.7

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27.9
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' .5 2 7.5
' 7 2 7.3
'9 27. I
5.' 26.9

+3 .7 -28.3
3.9 28. I
27.9
'.3 27.7
' .5 27.5
' 7 27.3
' .9 2 7.1

+3.5 -28.5
3.7 28.3
3.9 28. 1
27.9
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' .5 27.5
' .7 27.3

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30.3
30. ,
29.9

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30.3
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30.7
30.5

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30.7

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3.3 28.7
3.5 28.5
37 28.3
3.9 28. ,
27.9
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' .5 27.5
' .7 27.3

+2.9 - 29. I
3. ' 28.9
3.3 28.7
3 .5 28.5
3 .7 28.3
39 28. 1
27.9
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'5 27.5

+2 .7 - 29.3
29 29. I
3.' 28. 9
3.3 28. 7
3.5 28.5
3.7 28.3
3.9 28. 1
27. 9
' .3 27. 7

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29
3. ,
3.3
3.5
37
3.9

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5. ' 26.9
5.3 26.7
5.5 26.5
5.7 26.3
5.9 26. 1
6 ' 25.9

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' .9 27. 1
5.' 26.9
5.3 26.7
5.5 26.5
5.7 26.3
5.9 26. 1

+4.5 -37.5
. 7 27.3
'.9 27. I
5.' 25.9
53 26. 7
5.5 25.5
5.7 26.3

+4 .3 -27. 7
' .5 27.5
.7 27.3
27.1
5. ' 2 6.9
5.3 26.7
5.5 26.5

+6 .3 - 25. 7
6 .5 25.5
6 .3 25.3
6.9 25.1
7. 24. 9
7. 3 24. 7
7.5 24 .5

+6 .' - 25.9
5 .3 25. 7
6 .5 25.5
5 7 25.3
6.9 25.1
7 , 24 .9
7.3 24 .7

....9 - 26. 1
5.' 25.9
63 25. 7
6.5 25.5
6.7 25.3
6.9 25. 1
7. ' 24.9

+5. 7 - 26.3
5.9 26.1
5 ' 25.9
5.3 25.7
'5 25.5
57 25.3
6 .9 25. 1

+5.5 - 26.5
5.7 26.3
59 26. 1
5 ' 25.9
53 26.7
65 25.5
57 25.3

+5 .3 -26 . 7
5 .5 26.5
5.7 26.3
5 .9 26. 1
6 .' 25.9
6.3 25. 7
65 25.5

+5 .' - 26 .9
5.3 26.7
5.5 26.5
5.7 26.3
5.9 26. 1
25.9
' .3 25.7

+4 .9 -27. I
5.' 2 6.9
5.3 26. 7
55 26.5
5.7 26.3
5.9 26. 1
6.' 25.9

+ 7.7 -24.3
7.9 24. 1
23.9
.3 23.7
' .5 23.5
'7 23 .3

+7 .5 -24.7

+ 7.3
7.5
7.7
7.9

+ 7.1 -24. 9
7.3 24.7
75 24.5
7 7 24. 3
7. 9 24. 1
23.9

+69 - 25.1
7.' 24.9
7.3 24. 7
3.5 24.5
77 24.3
79 24. 1

+6.7 - 253
6.9 25. 1
7 . 24 .9
7.3 24. 7
7.5 24.5
77 24.3

6 .5 - 25.5
'7 25.3
6 .9 25. 1
7.' 24 .9
7. 3 24. 7
7.5 24.5

6.3 - 25.7
6 .5 25. 5
57 25.3
6 .9 2 5. 1
7.' 24 .9
73 24. 7

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7.9

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24 .3
24. 1
23.9
23.7
23.5

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24. 7
24.5
24.3
24. 1
23. 9
23. 7

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ADDITIONAL MO NTH LY CORRECTION

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.0

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SCANNED By MKP - 2005

463
To be SUBTRACTED from the
Observed Altitude of the Star

STAR'S TOTAL CORRECTION


Height of Eye
9.1

9.'

10.S

30

32

34

37

12.0
39

6' 00
12
24
36
48

13.6
13.4
13.2
13.0
12 .8

13.8
13.5
13.4

14.0
13.8

14.2
14.0

13.6

13.2
13.0

13.4

7 00
15
30
45
00
20
40

12. 6
12.4

Metres

Feet
Ob . All.

9 00
20
40
10 00
30
1100
30
1200
30
13 00

30
1400
1500

16 00
1700

1800
1900
21 00
23 00

2500
2700

2900
3300
3600
41 00
4800
55 00

6500
7500
8500
9000

12.8
42

13.6

14.5

15.4

. ".

48

51

14.4
14.2

14.6
14 .4

14.8
14.6

15.0
14.8

15.2
15.0

14.0

14.2

14.4

14.6

13.8
13.6

14.0
13.8

14.2
14.0

14.4

13.2

13.8
13.6
13.4

14.2

],4.8
14.6
14.4

12.8

13.0

13.2
13,0
12.8
12.6
12.4
12.2
12.0

13.4
13.2
13.0

13.6

12.6

13.4

13.8
13.6

14.0
13.8

12.8
12.6
12.4
12.2

13.0
12. 8
12.6
12.4

13.4
13.2
13.0
12.8
12.6

11.2

. .

. .

16.3
53

17.2

18.2

19.2

20.2

21.2

56

60

63

66

70

15.4
15.2
15.0
14.8

15.6

15.8
15.6
15.4

16.0

16.2

16.4

15.8

16.0

16.2

15.6

15.2
15.0

15.4
15.2

15.8
15.6
15.4

16.0
15 .8
15.6
15.4
15.2
15.0
14.8
14.5
14.4
14.2

14.6

15.4
1S.2
15.0
14.8

14.4

14.6

14.8

15.0

14.2

14.6

14.8

14. 4
14 .2
14.0
13.8
13.6

14.6
14.4
14.2
14.0
13.8

15.2
15 .0
14.8
14.6
14.4
14.2
14.0

13.6
13.4
13.2
13.0
12.8

14.2
14.0
13.8
13.6
13.4
13.2
13.0

14.0
13.8
13.6
13.4
13.2

14.4
14.2
14.0
13.8
13.6
13.4

12.0
11.8
11.6
11.4

12.4
12.2
12.0
11.8
11.6

12.8
12.6
12.4
12.2
12.0
11.8

11.2
11.0
10.8
10. 6
10.4
10.2
10.0

11.4
11. 2
11. 0
10.8
10.6
10.4
10.2

11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0
10.8
10.6
10.4

11.8
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0
10.8
10.6

12.0
11.8
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0
10.8

12. 2
12.0
11.8
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0

12.4
12.2
12.0
11.8
11.6
11.4
11.2

12.6
12.4
12.2
12.0
11.8
11.6
11.4

12 .8
12.6
12.4
12.2
12.0
11.8
11.6

13.0
12.8
12.6
12.4
12.2
12.0
11.8

13.2
13.0
12.8
12.6
12.4
12.2
12.0

13.4
13.2
13.0
12.8
12.6
12.4
12 .2

13.6
13.4
13.2
13.0
12.8
12.6
12.4

13.5
13.6
13.4
13.2
13.0
12.8
12.6

14.0
13.8
13.6
13.4
13.2
13.0
12.8

9.S
9.6
9.4
9.2
9.0
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10 . 0

10.2
10.0

10.4
10.2
10.0

10.6
10.4
10.2
10.0

10.8
10.6
10.4
10.2
10.0

11.0
10.8
10.6
10.4
10.2
10.0

11.2
11.0
10.8
10.6
10 . 4
10.2
10.0

11.4
11.2
11.0
10.8
10.6
10.4
10.2
10.0

11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0
10.8
10.6
10 .4
10.?
10.0

11.8
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0
10. 8
10.6
10.4
10.2
10.0

12.0
11.8
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0
10.8
10.6
10.4
10.2

12.2
12.0
11.8
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0
10.8
10.6
10 .4

12.4
12.2
12.0
11.8
11.6
11.4
11.2
11.0
10.8
10.6

12.6
12.4
12.2
12.0
11.8
11.6
', 1.4
11.2
11.0
10 .8

10.0

10.2
10.0

10.4
10.2
10.0

10.6
10 .4
10.2
10.0

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9.'
9 .
9.2
9.0
S.'
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S.'
S.2

7.'
7.6
7.'
7.2
7.1

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7.'
7.6
7.'
7.3

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7.'
7.6
7.5

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9.6
9.'
9.2
9. 0
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7.6
7.'
7.2
7. 0
6.S
6.6
6.'
6.2

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7.S
7.6
7.'
7.2
7.0
6.'
6.6
6.'

7.'
7.'
7.2
7.0
6.'
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6.0
5.'
5.6
5.'
5.3

6.2
6.0
5.S
5.6
5.5

6.'
6.2
'.0
5.'
5.7

9.'
9.6

9 .
9.2
9.0

9.'
9.6
9.'
9.2
9.0

9.'
9.6
9.'
9.2
9. 0

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'.2

7.'
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7.S
7.6
7.'
7.2
7.0

6.6
6.'
6.2
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5.9

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7.S
7.6
7.'
7.2
7.0
6.S
6.6
6.'
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6.1

13.2

9.'
9.'
9.'
9.2
9.0

9.'
9.'
9.'
9.2

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7.S
7.6
7.'
7.2

'.2
'.0
7.'
7.6
7.'

7.0
6.S
6.6

7.2
7.0
6.'

6.3

6.5

9.0
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'.6

9.S
9.6
9.'
9.'
9.0
S.'
S.'
S.'
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7.'
7.6
7.'
7.2
7.0
6.'
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9.'
9.6
9. '
9.2
9. 0

'.6

' .2
' .0
7.'

7.6
7. '
7.2
7.0
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9. '
9.'
9 .
9.'
9.0
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'.6

9.'
9.'
9 .
9.2
9.0

9.'
9.6
9. '
9.2
9.0

'.6

'.2
'.0
7.'
7.7

9.'
9.6
9.'
9.2
9.0

'.6

'.2
'.0
7.9

9.'
9.6
9.'
9.2
9.0

'.6

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S.l

A shortened table of the Star's Total Correction is given inside the back cover

SCANNED By MKP - 2005

AIKLAMA SAYFASINA DNMEK IIN TIKLAYINIZ

471

MOON'S TOTAL CORRECTION - LOWER LIMB


Add to the Observed Altitude of the Moon 's Lower limb
Observed Altitude
H.P. 38' 00' JO ' 39"00' 30' 40'00 ' JO' 4,00' 30' 4200'

".0
". 2

43.7

43.5
43.7
43.9

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...
... ,
43,9

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".1
".3
".5
".7

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55.0
55.2

55.4
SS.,
SS. 8

56.0
55.2

56. '
55. 6

56.8
57.0
57.2
57.4
57.6
57 .8

43. 2

42.9

42. 6

42 . 3

42. 1

41.8

43.4

43.1

42.6

43.3
43 . 5

42.3
42.5

42.0

43 . 6
43.8
44.0
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42.S
43.0
43.2
43.S

4 3.7

4S. 0
4 5.2
45. 4

45. 1

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44.6

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45.6

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.... , .......
,

4 5.3

45.1

44.S

44.5

4 S.S
45.0
46.3
46.5
46.7
45.9
47.1
47.3
47.5
47.7

45.5
45.B
45.0
46. 2
46.4
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45.7
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46.3
46.5
46.7
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45.0
45. 2
45.4
45.6
45.8
46.0
46.2

44.7

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59.0
59.2
59.4
59.6
59.8

49.0
49.2
49. 4
49.6
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60.0
60.2
60. 4
60.6
60.8
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61.2
61.4
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49.1
49.3
49.5

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49.9

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51.1
51. 3
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51.0
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44.9
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46.3
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47.2
47.4
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45.2
45.4
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46.2
46.4
45.6
46.8
47.1
47.3
47.5
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42 . 7

43. 5
43. 7
43.9

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43. 4
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42.5
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42.9

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44. 3
44.5
44. 9
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41.8
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40. 4
40.6

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40.2

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42.3
42.5
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42.9
43.1
43.3
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42.7
42.9
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43.5
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40. 6
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41.2
41.4

42.5
42.7
42.9
43.1
43.3
43.5
43.7
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44.1

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45.1
45.3
45 .5
45.7
45.9

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46 .5
46.7
46.9
47.1
47.3
47.5
47.7
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42.4
42.5
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43.0
43. 2
43. 4
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43.8

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44.8
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4 5.2
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45.6
45.8
46. 0

46.2
46.3
46.5
46. 7
46.9
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44.6

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45. 4
45.6

45. 1
45.3

4 5.8
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46.2
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46.8
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45.5
45.6
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46.0
46.2
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46.5
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Height of Eye Correction Alway s ADDED to the Observed Altitude


Metres
Feet

2
7

Corrn '

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2.3
B

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2.7

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3. 1

3. 5

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7.8

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502

RADAR PLOTTER'S
SPEED AND DISTANCE TABLE
SPEED
IN
KNOTS

,.,
",., 0,
,.,
,.,.,,
,.,
"
,.",

Miles

In

Miles

In

0-13
0 -15
0 -17
0 18

0- 17

02<)
02.3
025
028
030
033
0-35
038
040
043
045
0048
050
053
0-55
058
060
063
065
068

027
030
033

033
038
042
046
050
054
058
063

0 -40
045

050
055
060
065

0 -67

0 80

31 -5
320
32-5
330

02.3
025
027
029

0 '13

020
022
02J
025

0.).3
038
0040

0,11
0 12

0,13

033

30'
31 -0

IN
KNOTS

0-07
008
008
010
010

0-19
0-21

018
018
0 -19

020
021

022
0'23

02.3
024
025
026
027
021\
021\
029
030
0-31
0';12
033
033
034
0<35
0 36
0,37
038
038
0, 39
040
0-41
042
0 -43
043
044
0';5
0,46
0-47
0-48
048
0-49
0 50
0-51
0 52
053
053
054

OSS

032

0,35
037

038
0040
0-42
0-43
0,45
0-47
0048

050
0-52

053
055
057

058
060
062
063
065
067

068
0 70

072
0 73
0-75
077
0-78

080
082
083
085
087

088
090
092
09.]
0-95
O~

098
100

0-31

035

0042
0-44
046
0 48

050
052

054
056
058
060
063
065
067

069
071
0 73
0 75

077
079
0 81
0 ,8.)

085
088
090
092
091
096
098
100
102
J.()'

1 06
1 08

HO
H3
H 5
H 7
H 9
121

1 2.3
125

0 -70
0 73

075
0 -78

080
083
085
088
090
09.]
095
098
100
103
105
108
H O
113
1-15
H8

120
12]
1 25
128
130
H I
135
138
1 40
143
1 45
1-48

BO

H"
103

127
' 29

153

1 05
' 07

1 -31

' 33
'35
138

HO

158
160
163
165
1<8

142

' 70

H.

.,

056

H O
1-12

" 0

0 ,57

HI

ISS

0-37
0 -40

043
0 47

050
053
057
050
063
067
0-70
073
0.77

080
083
087

090
09.]
O ~

100
103
107

HO
H 3
H 7

HO

12.3
127
130
133
137

0-71
0-75
080
063
088
0,91

0%
100
10.
108
1-13

1<17
1 21
1 25
129
133
138
1-42
1,46

150
154
158
163
1-67

HI

HO

175

1-43

179
183
188
192

147
150
153
157

160
H3
167
170
1 73
177

).80
183
187

190
19.]
1~

200
2<>3
2<11
210
213
2 -17

220
22.3
2Z/

"'l6

' 0

, 0

0,95

,.,

1 00

10 -0

1 ,05

10 ,5

110
H 5

11 0
lHi
120
125
130
135
140
14-5
1!1 'O
1515
160
18-5
11 0
11' S
180

UO

125
130
135

HO
l AS

150
155

HO

165
170
1<75

180
185
,.,.0
195
200
205
2-10
2-15

220
225

230
235

255
2 'f:,()

225
229
HI
238

2-70
2-75

2'/9
283

,.,

0 85

213
2-17
221

267
2 -71
275

...,.,

090

2,40
245

250
254
258
263

,.,.,,

.,,..a,"

070
0-75

0.00
204
208

242
2,46

SP EED

In
6 mi n.

0-17

245
25'0
255
26' 0
265
27-0
27 5
28 -0
21-5
29-0
21-5
300

Miles

S m in.

10-0
10 5
11 0
11-5
12-0
125
13 0
135
140
14'$
150
155

24,

In

-4 m in.

030

210
21 5
220
'N
23-0
23-5

Mi les

In

3 m in.

0 -15
016

20'
20,

Miles

2i' min .

Q' I4

11 '0
17-5
180
18 -5
190
19-5

In

2 m in.

18 '$

Miles

In

I m in.

027
026

HIa

Miles

250

265
280
285
290
295
300
305

HO

3015

;"0
325
330
335
340

185
19-0
19-5

20'
20 'S
21 0
21 5
22-0
2U
230
235
240
245
25 0
25 5
260
265
27 0
21-5
28 0
28-5
29 ,0
29 5
30-0

30'

3H
3Hi

,H
325
33.

,,..
,,~

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501

RADAR RANGE TABLE

T he accompanyi ng

l~bl e

gives the approx imate distance

of t he 'r~d8r horizon' cor resp o nding to different h eig h ts 01


t he radar aeria l or targe t fro m whi<:; h Br'! echo is returned , and
is b ,15ed o n t he f ormula'-

horiwn din. in n.mls .. 2.2h/11


where h .. height o f aeria l o r t arget in metres

In similar mannllr to light waves, radio waves are refracted


in passing throu gh the atmosphere. T h is nil the e ff ect 01
making ,he d istance o f the , ad .. , hor izon for 3cm. waves.

under certa in sta ndard cond itions of Ihe a t mosphere, about


15 per cent. grea te r th a n t h e d istar\Ce of th e geome trical
horizon . Hence, lak ing Ihe lalter in nau tica l m ites to be
1.92../h, the d ista nce 01 the radar horizon b ecomH 2 .2 1.j h.
T his w ill be co rrect only under the standard co nd itions, and
fNefY departure from such sla nda rd wi ll cause t he d istaJl(:e$
10 ~a ry ~omewhal. T he !itan da rd ref erred to is as follows :At mospher ic pressure 1013mb. d ec reasing wit h heig ht a l
the rate of appro x imately 100mb . p er 1000m.
Air temperature a l sea leve l 30"C. dl.lCreasing with heigh t
all he rate 01 6.5 0 C p er 10oom.
60 per cent. rela tive humidity rema in ing co nnarot wi t h
he i9 h t.
Apa rt from var ia tio ns from Ihe above standard , t he range
al which ta rge t ec hoes can be seen o n Ihe P.P.I. sc reen wi ll
depe nd 10 a co nsid erab le ex le nt o n Ih e c ha rac le ristics 01 the
par t ic u lar radar installat io n and o n t he I.IC hoing q ua li t ies o f
th e target.
Used with discre t ion, howe ve r, t he in formation gi ven in
th e table can be of m uch va lu e to t he radar observer.

,,

6
8
10
15
20
25

h.
7
13
20

'6

6.3
7.0

49
66
8'
98

8 .6
9.9

33

40

131
148

50

'"

60

180
197

70
80

,.,

55

90
100
>1 0

3 .1
'.4
5 .4

30
35
45

Range
M"

230

295
328
36IJ

1 1.1
12. 1
13. 1
14 .0
14 .8
15.6
16.0
17 .1
18.5
19.8
21.0
22.1
23.0

R,_
m.

h.

MI.

110
120
130
140
150

360
390
430
'60
490

23
24
25

160

530

180
190

590
6"
660

30
31
31

720

33
34

H O 560

200

no

'6
27

'8
29

240
'50
280
300

790
850
920
980

37
38

320

1050
1120

40

340
36IJ

1 180

380 1250
400 1310

36

41

"

43

44

No te : - T he su m of t he radar hor izon d istances o f aer ial


and ta rge t res pl.ICt i~ el y gives th e maxi m um dista nce from
which t hat targe t can re turn a n ech O.

1. A 1arge l o f heigh t 120m (390ftl shou ld begi n to


ap pear on th e P.P.I. of an inS laUation Wil h a n a erial mounted
IOm (33 ft l a bove sea level at a range o f approximately
24+7 " 3 1 miles
2. If an echo l irSI appears o n t he P.P. I. (aerial 10m (33 ft)
above $fa level) at a range of 26 m il es, t he pro ba ble he ight 01
Ih e lerga t il of t he o rde r of a bo ut 70m (230ft!. This may
an ist in ident ifyi ng it.
CAUTI ON: ONL Y.

TO 8E USED WITH 3am. WA VE RADAR

SCANNED By MKP - 2005

5,2

DISTANCE BY VERTICAL ANGLE


Heig ht of Object

ue

"

"

m 46
I1 151

.,

0.1
.2
.3
.4

13 57

0 .5
6
.7
.8

..

47.5

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.6.

14
705 7
444 4
333 3

SO.5

52

53.5

55

56.5

58

59.5

6'

62. 5

64

65.5

'66

171

176

180

185

190

" 5

200

205

210

215

., .

., .

.,

23
18
53
40

15 15

7 32
5 02
347

745
5 12
354

2 51
222
2 02
147
1 35

266
227
206
1 51
1 38

3 02
2 31
2 10
164
1 41

3
2
2
1
1

07
3.
14
57
44

3
2
2
2
1

13
41
18
01
47

3 18
245
222
204
1 50

3 24
2SO
226
2 08
1 53

329
2 55
2 30
2 11
1 5.

3 35
2 5.
234
2 15
200

3 41
304
2 38
2 18
2 03

346
309
242
2 21
206

3
3
2
2
2

52
13
4.
25

o.

3 57
3 18
2SO
2 28
2 12

4 03
3 22
2 54
232
2 15

10
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3
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1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

1 34
1 25
1 18
12
1 07

1
1
1
1
1

3'
28
20
14
09

1
1
1
1
1

1
1
1
1
1

42
33
25
18
13

1
1
1
1
1

45
35
27
21
15

1
1
1
1
1

48
38
30
23

1
1
1
1
1

50
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32
24
19

1
1
1
1

53
43

1
1
1
1
1

5.
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37
29
23

1
1
1
1
1

2 02
1 50
141
134
127

1.5
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o
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1 02

1 06
102
058
o 55
o 52

1 08
1 04
1 00
0 56
054

1
1
1
0

10

08
03

1
1
1
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14
09

1
1
1
1
0

1
1
1
1
1

17
12
08
04
01

1
1
1
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25
18
11

06
01

28
20
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08
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31
23
16
10
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521
5 30 539 5 48 5 58
4 01
408 4 15 422 429

14 49

3.
30
23
16
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17

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07
4 3.

18 14 18 39 1. 04 1929
48 10 02
6 21
16 6 35
25 .34 .43
442
5 4. 5 03

34
27
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5.
48

3.
31
25

I.

57
53
050
047
045

04'
046

048

04.

1 04
1 00
o 57
054
o 51

2.0
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.3
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043
041
039
037
036

044
042
040
038
037

045
043
041
039
038

047
045
043
041
0 39

048
046
0 44
042
0 40

050
047
045
043
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051
04.
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044
043

052
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048
046
0 44

054
051
04.
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055
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050
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054
051
04.
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058
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048

05.
057
054
052
04.

101
058
055
0 53
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2.5
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034
033
032
030
029

035
034
033
031
030

036
035
034
032
031

0 37
036
035
033
032

039
0 37
036
034
033

040
038
037
035
034

041
039
0 38
036
035

042
040
039
037
o 36

043
041
040
038
037

0 44
042
041
03'
038

045
044
0 42
040
039

04.
045
043
041
040

048
046
044
042
041

04.
047
045
043
042

02.
028
o 26
024
023

030
o 2.
027
025
024

031
029
028
026
025

032
030
028
027
025

033
031
029
o 28
o 26

034
032
030
028
027

035
033
o 31
o 2.
028

036
034
032
030
028

037
035
032
031
029

038
035
033
o 31
030

o 3.
o 36

o 40

.8

028
027
025
024
022

034
032
031

037
035
033
o 31

0 41
038
o 36
034
032

'.0
.2
.4
.6
.8

o 21
020
o 19
o 19
o 18

022
021
020
o 1.
o 18

023
022
021
020

023
022
o 21
020
020

024
023
022
0 21
020

025
024
023
022
0 21

o 26
024
023
022
021

026
025
0 24
023
022

027
028
024
023
022

o 28
o 28

028
027
o 26
025
024

029
028
o 2'
025
024

030
28
027
026
025

030
029
o 28
026
025

5.0
.2
.4

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

0
0
0
0
0

1.
19
18
17
17

18
18
017

020
020
o 19
018
o 18

o 21
020

o
o
o

I.I.
18

022
o 21
020
o 19
o 1.

022
o 21
020
020

023
022
021
020
020

0 23
022
o 21
021
020

024
023
022
o 21
020

024
023
023
022
021

6.0

0 14

0 15

o 19
o 18
o 17
0 17
o 1.
o 16

020

.8

017
o 16
o 16
015
o 15

"

0 17

0 17

0 17

0 18

020

020

.7

.8

3.0
.2
.4

18
17

"

16
15

1 01
057
o 53

OSO

I.
18
17
17
16
16

0 15

Tan . El '

o 5.
o 55
o 52

o
o
o

I.

06

02
58
55

12
00
57

05

01
58

025
0 24
023

o
o

1
1
1
1
1

15
11

07
03

00

I. I. I.
18

14

10
06
03

1
1
1
1
1

21
16
12
08

04

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EXTREME RANGE TABLE


Height of Eye

Elevation

"

1 .'

4.'

1.

12

14

16

18

1.

15

20

2.

33

39

46

52

59

2 .
5.5

3 .

4A
7A
8 .
9 .
10.4

5 .1
8 .1
9.3
10.3

5.9
8.9

7.3

8A
11 .3

8 .9
11 .9

11 .1

11.1

11.8

11.7
12.3
12~

12.4
13,0
13.5

13.3

14.0

14.8

14.5

15.3

15.0

15~

2
4

13

.~

20
2.

7.7
B.5

8.8
9.6

33
39
46
52
59

9 .2
9.B
10.4
10.9

10.3
10.9

11 .4

12.0
12.5

66

11 .9
12.4

13.0
13.5

10
12
14
1.
18

7~

11 .5

'3.7

13.9
14.3
14.7

13.B
14.3
14.7
15. 1
15.5

98
115
131
148
164

14.0
15.0
15B
16.6
17 .4

15. 1
16.0
16.9
17.7
18.4

15.9
16.8
17 .7
18.5
19.2

16.6
17 .5
18.4
19.2

18.1

75

180
197
213
230
246

19.5
20.1
20.7

19.2
19.9
20.5
21.1
2 1.7

80
SS

279

21.3
21.9
22.4
23.0
23.5

20
22
24

26
2B
30

35
40
45
50
55

60
65

70

90
95

100

72
79
SS
92

262
295
312
328

12~

13.2

10.1

,.~

1 1.4

7.8
10.8
12.0

11.1
11 .9

11.8

1 2.4

13,0

12.6
13.5

12.6

13.2

13.8

13.3
13.9
14.5
15.0
15.5

13.9
14.5
15. 1

12.6
13 .2
lU

14.3

9 .

10.2

..

2.

9.4
12.3

22
72
9.8
12.8

13.6

14,0

14 ,5

14.3

13.1
14.0
14.8

15.0
15.8

14.5

15.0

15.5

16.0

15.6

16.1
16.7

15.6

15.1
15.7
16.2

16. 1

16.6
17.2
17.1
18.3

16.0
16.5

17.5
17.9
18.3

15.4

16.2

,.~

15.8
16.2

16.6
17.0

17.3
17.7

16.2
,. ~

17.3

16.7

17.3

17.8

16.6

17.2

17.1

17.7
18.1

18.5
18.9

17.7
18.2
18.6
19.1
19.5

18.7
19.7
20.5
21.3
22.1

19.3
20.2
21.1
21.9
22.7

18.3

15.3

16.5
17.1
17.7

18 .2
18.7

18.7
19.2

19.2

19.6
20.0

19.6
20. 1
20.'

20.1
20.5
20.9

19.9
20.8
21.6
22.4
23.2

20,4
21.3
22.1
2B
23.7

20.8
21 .8
22.6
23.4
24.2

21 .3
22.2
23.1
23.9
24 .6

23 .9
24.6
25.3
25.9
26.5

24.4
25.1
25B
26.4
27.0

24.9
25.6
26.3
26.9
27.5

25.4
26.1
28.7
27.4
28.0

28. 1
28.7
29.2

18.7
19.2

19.1

19~

17,4
18.3
19.2
20.0
20.7

20.7
21.4

20.0
20.7
21 .3
2 1.9
22.5

20.7
2 1.4
22.0
22.7
23.3

21 .5
22.2
22.8
23.5
24.1

22.2
22.9
23.5
24.2
24.8

22.8
23.5
24.1
25.4

23.4
24.1
24.7
25.4
26.0

22.4
22.9
23.5
24.0
24 .6

23.2
23.7
24.3
24.8
25.4

23.9
24.4
25.0
25.6
26.1

24.7
25.2
25.8
26.3
26.9

25.4
25.9
26.5
27.0
27.6

26.0
26.6
27.1
27.7
28.2

26.6
27.2
27.7
28.3
202

27.1
27.7
28.3
28.8
29.3

27.6
28.2
28.8
29.3
29.8

30.3

28.6
29.1
29.7
30.2
30.8

24 .5
25.5
26.5
27.4
28.2

25.6
26.6
27.5
28.4
29.3

26.'
27.4
28.3
29.2
30.1

27.1
28.1
29.0

27~

28.6
29.6
30.5
31.4
32.3

29.2
30.2
31.1
32.0
32.9

29.8
30.8
31.7
32.6
33.5

30.'
3 1.3
32.3
33.2
34.0

30.9
31 .8
32.8
33.7
34.5

3 1.3
32.3
33.3
34.2
35.0

31.8
JOB
33.7
34 .6
35.5

33.8
34.6
35.4
36.1
36.9

34.3
35.2
35.9
36.7
37.5

34.9
35.7
36.5
37.3
38.

35.4
36.2
37.0
37.8
38.5

35.9
36.7
37.5
38.2
39.0

36.3
37.1
37.9
38.7
39.5
40.2

lBB

18. 1
19.0
19~

24~

29~

110
120
130
140
150

361
394

160
170
180
190
200

525
558
591
623

29. 1
29 .9
30.7
3 1.4
32.2

30.1
30.9
31.7
32.5
33.3

30.9
31.7
32.5
33.3
34.1

31 .6
32.4
33.2
34.0
3 4.8

32.4
33.2
34.B
35.6

33. 1
33.9
34.7
35.5
36.3

689
722

32.9
33.6
34.3
35.0
35.7

34.0
34 .7
35.4
36.1
36.8

34.8
35.5
36.2
36.9
31.6

35.5
36.2
36.9
37.6
38.3

36.3
37.0
37.7
38.4
39.1

37.0
37.7
38.4
39. 1
39B

37.6
38.3
39.0
39.7
40.4

38.2
38.9
39.6
40.3
41.0

38.7
39.5
40.1
40.8
41.5

39.2
40.0
40.7
4 1.3
42.0

39.7
40.4
41.1
42.5

4 1.6
42.3
43 .0

36.3
37.0
37.6
38.2
38.9

37.4
38. 1
38.7
39.3

38.2
38.9
39.5
40.1
40.7

38.9
39.6
40.2
40.8
41.4

39.7
40.4
41.0
41 .6
42.2

40.4
41 .0
41.7
42.3
42.9

41 .0
4 1.7
42.3
42.9
43.5

41.6
42.3
42.9
43.5
44 .1

42.2
42.8
43.4
44.1
44.7

42.7
43.3
43.9
44.6
45.2

43.2
43.6
44.4
45.0
4 5.7

43.6
44.3
44.9
45.5
46.1

4Z7

459
492

...

210
220
230
240
250

8 20

2.0
270
280
290

853
B8.
919
95 1

300

755
7Ir1

...

39~

29~

30.8

28.9
29.8
30.7
3 1.6

34 .

41~

4O~

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519

DIP OF THE SHORE HORIZON o r Dip at Different Ranges

,.

m
Mites

o.,

"

5
,

- 27.9
14.0

.2
.3
.4

20

2.

~55. 7

27.9

27.9
2 1.0
16.9

~.:
28.0
22. 4

-14.2

18.7
14. 1

1 1.3

09.6

13.5

39

44

~;'. ~

~8:8

- 23 .4

-32 .7

14.2

17 .7
15 .8
14.3

-28.1
24.1
2 1.2

- 9 .8
8.5
7.'

.4

10.5
.4
'.5
7.'

- 3.3
3.'

-4 .4

- 5.5
5 .
4 .7
4.'
4.4

- 6.6
5.'
5.5
5.2
5.

2.5
3.
.5
4.0
.5

20.2

12.7
1 1.5

4.'
3.'
3.8

- 12 . 1

,,

.
,

17.5

.,
57

20
56

g~:7

~"3
- 42.0

~~"8

18.9

28.1
24.7
22.0

11. 1

19.9

- 37.3
32.1
28.2
25.1
22.7

- 14.4
12.5

- 16.7
14.5
12.9
" .6
10 .6

- 19.0
16 .5
14.7
13.1
12.0

- 2 1.4

-8.8
7.'
7 .

- 10.0
8 .7
7.8
7.3
'.8

- 11. 1

- 12 .2
1 0 .5

B.'
7.9
7.5

'.4

11.1
10.0

'.2
- 7.7

6.8
' .2
5.'
5.'

5.0 .

15
49

-3 14.7 - 3 42.5 - 4 10.3 -4 38. 1 - 5 24.5 -6 10.8


23. 5
37.4
51.3
:2 05.2 2 19.1
:2 42.3 3 05.5
14.3
23 .6
32.8
4B.3 :2 03.7

- 18.8
16 .2

-1.5
'.5
5.'
5.4
5 .

'2

36

39.1

- 5.1
4.'
4.'
3.'
3.'

12.2
10.8
'.7
8.8

2.'
2.4
2 .3
2 .2

2.

10 .5

33.6

- 2.8

30

28.0

- 9.5
8 .2
7.3

1.

.
,

;~~

- 4.9
4.3
3.8
3.'
3.2

.7

' .2
.4

7.'

- 55.7 -=-.L 23.5 - 1 5 1.3 - 2 19. 1 - 2 46.9

9.4
7.'
6.8

.,

'0

Heighl of Eye

4.'
15

.,
6.2

5.5
5.3

5.8

7 .

36 .1
3 1.6

28.2
25.4
18.5

- 27.6

36.4

23.8
21.0
18.8

lB . l
16.2
14.8

4 1.6
37.5

32.9

-3 1.4
27. 1

23.9
2 1.4
19.4

17. 1
- 14 .0
12. 1
lQ.8

- 15.9
13.6

.,

8. '

7.7
7.2

12. 1
1 1.0
10.1

8.'
7.'
7.'
7.4

8.7
83
8.0
7.'

' .0

m 20

".
., -.

Miles

.2
.3
.4
.5

0.'
.7

,.

56

22. 5
74

25

82

90

1 ~~:;

-,

, 23:6

02.1 - I 09.'
53.3
59.'
46.7
52.5
41.6
46.7
42.1
37.5

n:9

98

10.8 -6 57.2 -7 43.5 - 8 29.9


3 51.8 4 15.0
3 05.5 3 28.6
2 03.7 2 19.2
2 34 .6 2 50.'

~ ~2:2

3.

27.5

~
1

Heighl of Eye

32.5
' 07

35

115

37 .5
123

, 04.' ,, ,,
,.. ,
57.0
51.4

09.'
02.2

15.7

07.3
00.7

,,
,

21 .5
12.5
OS.3

2 .

- 39.1
33.7
29.7
26.5
24.0

- 43.0
37.0
32.6
29. 1
26.3

- 46.9
40.3
35.4
3 1.7
28.7

-50.7
43.6
38.3
34 .2
3 1.0

- 54.6
46.'
4 1.2
36.8
33.3

- 58.4
50.3
44. 1
39.4
35.6

2.5
3.0
3.5
4.
4.5

- 15.9
13.6
12.1
11.0
10.1

- 17.8
15.2
13.4
12. 1
11.2

- 19.6
16.7
14 .7
13.3
12.2

- 21.5
18.3
16.0
14 .4
13.2

- 23.3
19.8
17.4
15.6
14 .3

-25.2
2 1.4
18.7
16.8
15.3

- 27.0
22.9
20.0
17.9
16.3

~.

- 9 .6
8. 7
8.3
8 .
7.'

- 10.5
.5
B.'
8.'
B.4

- 1 1.4
10 .3

- 12.4
11.0
10.2
'.8
9.5

- 13.3
11.8
10.9
10.3
10.0

- 14.2
12.6
11.6
10.9
10. 5

- 9.3

- 9.8
'.7

- 10.3
10. 1

7 .
B.

10.0
11 .0
12.0
13.0
14.0

'.2

- 8.9

42.'

45

' 48
,

139

47 .5

.'56

,,
,,

,,

,,
,,

-2 03.9 - 2 11 .6 - 2 19.3 - 2 27.0


46.2
52.8
59.4 :2 06. 1
27.2
33.0
38.8
4 4 .6
50.4
17.6
22.8
2 7.9
33.1
38.2
14.6
19.2
23.9
28.5

,,
, 09.'

- 35.3
30.4
26.8
239
2 1. 7

.B

.,

- 31 .4
27.1
23.9
2 1.4
19.4

' .2
.4

40
' 31

16,2 10 02.6 10 4 8 .9 11 35.3 -12 2 1.6 13 08.0 -13 54.3 -14 4 0.7
38.2 5 01,4
5 24.5 5 47.7
57.2 7 2004
6 10.9 6 34 .0
05.5 3 2 1.0
4 07 .3 4 2 2.8
4 38.2 4 53.7
3 36.3 3 51.9
2 42.4 2 54.0
3 05.6 3 17 .2
3 28.7 3 40.3
!,?~ :2 30.8
51.4 .l. VU.I
2 37.8
:2 47 . 1 :2 56.3
' 0. 0

'0.0
,,..

-,, 06.5
17.5 - I 25.2 -, 33.0 - 1 407 -, 4&4 - 1 56.'
, 13 . 1 , 19.8 , 26.4 , 33.0 , 39.6
58.3
5 1.9
46.8

tt::

- 23.7
20.5

7.2
' .7
'.5

'.2

- 64.3 - 1 02.1
46 .7
53.3
46.7
40.9

14.7
13.4

..,

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- 46 .6
40.0
35.1
31.3
28.2

16.3

,,
,
,

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-, 02.3
- 1 06.2 -, 10 .0 - 1 13.9
, 00.2 03.5
53.9
56.9
4 7.0
42.0
37 .9

49.9
44.5
40.2

52.8
47 .1
42 .6

55.7
49.7
44.9

- 28.9
24 .4
2 1.3
19 .1
17.4

- 30.7
26.0
22.7
20.2
18.4

- 32.6
27.5
24 .0
2 1.4
19.5

_ 34.4
29. 1
25.3
22.5
20.4

- 36.3
30.6
26.6
23.7
2 1.5

- 15. 1
13.4
12.2
11 .5
11.0

- 16 .1
14 .1
12.9
12.1
11.5

- 17.0
14 .9
13.6
12.6
12.1

-1 7.9
15.7
14.2
13.2
12.6

- 18 .8
16.4
14 .9
13.8
13. 1

- 19.8
17.2
15.5
14. 4
13.6

- 10.7
10.5

- 11 .2
11.0
10.9

- 11.6
11.4
11.3
11.2

- 12.1
11 .8
11.6
11.6

- 12.6
12.2
12.0
11.9

- 13.0
12.7
12.4
12.3
12.2

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518

DISTANCE OF THE SEA HORIZON


H e ight

Dis!_

"

ml,

0.'
1.0

1.6
3
5
7
B

1.5
2.1
2.6
3.0
3.3

I .'

2.0
2.'
3.0
3.'
4.0

5.0
5.5
6.0
6.5
7.0
7.5
B.O
8.5
9.0
9.'

10
11
13
15
16

3.6
3.9
4.2
4.4
4.7

18
20

49
51
5.3
5.5
5.7

21

23
25
26

28

30
31

10.0

33

11
12
13

36
39

,.

46

15

49

16
17
18
19
20

52

43

66
50

62
66

5.9
6. 1
63
6.5
6.6
6.9
7.3
7.6
7.8
8. 1
8A
86
8.9
9 .1
9A

21

69

22

72

9.6
9.8

23
24

75

10.0

79

25

B2

10.3
10. 5

26

85

10.7

27

89

28

82

10.9
11.1

29
10

95

1 1.3

98

1 1.5

32
33

31

102
105
108

11.7
11.9
12.0
12. 2
12.4

34

112

35

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EXA MPLE 2. A ship In D.R. position ut. 37 26' S.. Lone. 84" 35' W ., finds, with her own
appantus, thoe Radio bearln, of a uatiorl In Lat. 360 37' 5., Lon,. 73" 0) ' W ., to be 089' . Find the
correction and t he correspondln, H,rC:iltor ial bear In,.
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