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1 RESURRECTING THE ANALEMMA Samuel G. Shaw Vol. 49 No. 01, 2002 v49n1-1.pdf
2 AUTHOR'S REPLY TO COMMENTS ON "THE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS" Arne B. Molander Vol. 46 No. 03, 1999 v46n3-8.pdf
3 COMMENTS ON "THE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS" Keith A. Pickering Vol. 46 No. 03, 1999 v46n3-7.pdf
4 THE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS Arne B. Molander Vol. 44 No. 04, 1997 v44n4-1.pdf
5 THE DIRECT FIX OF LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE FROM TWO OBSERVED ALTITUDES Stanley W. Gery Vol. 44 No. 01, 1997 v44n1-2.pdf
6 LUNAR DISTANCE METHOD IN THE 19th CENTURY: A SIMULATION OF J. SLOCUMS OBSERVATION Siebren Y. Van der Werf Vol. 44 No. 01, 1997 v44n1-1.pdf
7 A NAVIGATION SOLUTION INVOLVING CHANGES TO COURSE AND SPEED George H. Kaplan Vol. 43 No. 04, 1996 v43n4-8.pdf
8 DETERMINING THE POSITION AND MOTION OF A VESSEL FROM CELESTIAL OBSERVATIONS George H. Kaplan Vol. 42 No. 04, 1995 v42n4-6.pdf
9 TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF SEXTANT INDEX ERROR R. Egler Vol. 42 No. 03, 1995 v42n3-6.pdf
10 PRACTICAL SAILING FORMULAS FOR RHUMB-LINE TRACKS ON AN OBLATE EARTH George H. Kaplan Vol. 42 No. 02, 1995 v42n2-1.pdf
11 MINIMIZING ERRORS IN CELESTIAL POSITIONING Paul F. Ross Vol. 41 No. 03, 1994 v41n3-1.pdf
12 PILOTING WITH CELESTIAL ALGORITHMS Thomas R. Metcalf and Frederic T. Metcalf Vol. 41 No. 02, 1994 v41n2-6.pdf
13 CAPT. P. V. H. WEEMS AND THE TRANSITION FROM MARINE TO AIR NAVIGATION G. D. Dunlap Vol. 40 No. 01, 1993 v40n1-1.pdf
14 A SIMPLIFIED SIGHT REDUCTION METHOD FOR CELESTIAL NAVIGATION John D. Woodworth Vol. 39 No. 04, 1992 v39n4-7.pdf
15 AN EXTENSION TO THE OVERDETERMINED CELESTIAL FIX Thomas R. Metcalf Vol. 39 No. 04, 1992 v39n4-8.pdf
16 AN ANALYSIS OF ADMIRAL PEARY'S SLEDGING SPEEDS William E. Molett Vol. 39 No. 03, 1992 v39n3-6.pdf
17 HISTORY OF AERIAL POLAR NAVIGATION Joseph N. Portney Vol. 39 No. 02, 1992 v39n2-7.pdf
18 ADVANCING CELESTIAL CIRCLES OF POSITION Thomas R. Metcalf Vol. 38 No. 03, 1991 v38n3-6.pdf
19 ON THE OVERDETERMINED CELESTIAL FIX Thomas R. Metcalf and Frederic T. Metcalf Vol. 38 No. 01, 1991 v38n1-6.pdf
20 ANALYSIS OF WHETHER PEARY EMPLOYED AMUNDSEN’S METHOD OF OBTAINING COMPASS HEADING William E. Molett Vol. 37 No. 01, 1990 v37n1-8.pdf
21 COMMENTS ON COL. MOLETT'S ANALYSIS Thomas D. Davies Vol. 37 No. 01, 1990 v37n1-8.pdf
22 OVERDETERMINED CELESTIAL FIX BY ITERATION Robert W. Severance Vol. 36 No. 04, 1989 v36n4-5.pdf
23 ANALYSIS OF ADMIRAL PEARY'S TRIP TO THE NORTH POLE William E. Molett Vol. 36 No. 02, 1989 v36n2-1.pdf
24 SMOOTHING A NOON SIGHT Robert W. Severance Vol. 35 No. 02, 1988 v35n2-11.pdf
25 THE WORLD'S FIRST SEXTANTS Saul Moskowitz Vol. 34 No. 01, 1987 v34n1-2.pdf
26 WHERE IN THE WORLD ARE WE? J. F. Roeber Vol. 33 No. 04, 1986 v33n4-4.pdf
27 AUTONOMOUS SATELLITE NAVIGATION USING OBSERVATIONS OF STARLIGHT ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION Robert L. White, Sam W. Thurman, Frank A. Barnes Vol. 32 No. 04, 1985 v32n4-2.pdf
28 POSITION FROM OBSERVATION OF A SINGLE BODY James N. Wilson Vol. 32 No. 01, 1985 v32n1-6.pdf
29 MATHEMATICAL 3-ARM PROTRACTOR W. B. Ruhnow Vol. 31 No. 01, 1984 v31n1-4.pdf
30 ACCURACY: WHAT IS IT? WHY DO I NEED IT?HOW MUCH DO I NEED? J. F. Roeber Vol. 30 No. 02, 1983 v30n2-6.pdf
31 THE WIND AND CURRENT CHART SERIES PRODUCED BY MATTHEW FONTAINE MAURY Marc I. Pinsel Vol. 28 No. 02, 1981 v28n2-6.pdf
32 A HANDHELD COLLISION AVOIDANCE AID J. D. Luse Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981 v28n1-3.pdf
33 AIDS TO NAVIGATION POSITIONING PROJECT James E. Smith, Jr. Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981 v28n1-4.pdf
34 AN ANALYTICAL SOLUTION OF THE TWO STAR SIGHT PROBLEM OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION James A. Van Allen Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981 v28n1-7.pdf
35 K-12 METHOD BY CALCULATOR: A SINGLE PROGRAM FOR ALL CELESTIAL FIXES, DIRECTLY OR BY POSITION LINES S. Kotlaric Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981 v28n1-8.pdf
36 MOST PROBABLE FIX POSITION REDUCTION G. D. Morrison Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981 v28n1-1.pdf
37 CONCERNING OUT-OF-VERTICAL ERROR T. D. Davies Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981 v28n1-11.pdf
38 UNAMBIGUOUS TWO BODY FIX METHODS DERIVED FROM CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC PRINCIPLES Torben Kjer Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981 v28n1-9.pdf
39 VERTICAL SEXTANT ANGLES SHORT OF THE HORIZON W. C. Marlow Vol. 28 No. 01, 1981 v28n1-10.pdf
40 JOHN CHURCHMAN AND THE LONGITUDE PROBLEM Charles H. Cotter Vol. 27 No. 03, 1980 v27n3-6.pdf
41 GENERAL CONVENTIONS AND SOLUTIONS-THEIR USE IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION G. G. Bennett Vol. 26 No. 04, 1979 v26n4-3.pdf
42 SOME REMARKS ON SIGHT REDUCTION WITH MATRICES C. Dewit Vol. 26 No. 03, 1979 v26n3-8.pdf
43 SIMILARITIES BETWEEN CLASSICAL CELESTIAL NAVIGATION AND ELECTROSTATIC GYRO NAVIGATION J. N. Schmidt Vol. 26 No. 03, 1979 v26n3-3.pdf
44 ON ASSUMED ALTITUDES D. W. Kerst Vol. 26 No. 03, 1979 v26n3-8.pdf
45 A COMPLETELY PROGRAMMABLE METHOD OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION C. T. Daub Vol. 26 No. 01, 1979 v26n1-7.pdf
46 A NEW METHOD FOR PLOTTING THE POSITION LINE: THE GOLEM SOLUTION E. Gradsztajn Vol. 26 No. 01, 1979 v26n1-9.pdf
47 HAND HELD CALCULATORS-AN EVALUATION OF THEIR USE FOR CELESTIAL NAVIGATION A. Bralove Vol. 25 No. 04, 1978 v25n4-8.pdf
48 LONGITUDE BY LUNAR OBSERVATIONS AND THE POCKET CALCULATOR D. W. Kerst Vol. 25 No. 04, 1978 v25n4-7.pdf
49 R1-D1: SOME IMPLICATIONS OF SHIP AUTOMATION ON ORGANIZATION, TRAINING, DESIGN AND LOGISTICS C. W. Koburger, Jr. Vol. 25 No. 04, 1978 v25n4-5.pdf
50 SIGHT REDUCTION WITH MATRICES Watkins. R. and Janiczek. P. M. Vol. 25 No. 04, 1978 v25n4-9.pdf
51 A METHOD FOR DIRECT DETERMINATION OF TIME OF TRANSIT OF A CELESTIAL BODY WHEN THE OBSERVER IS MOVING R. W. Peach Vol. 25 No. 03, 1978 v25n3-6.pdf
52 THE METHOD OF ASSUMED ALTITUDES: A NEW APPROACH TO AN OLD ART T. D. Davies Vol. 25 No. 03, 1978 v25n3-7.pdf
53 THOMAS GODFREY'S QUADRANTS C. H. Cotter Vol. 25 No. 01, 1978 v25n1-4.pdf
54 NEW DMAHC NAVIGATION PUBLICATIONS E. B. Brown Vol. 24 No. 03, 1977 v24n3-7.pdf
55 A METHOD FOR COMPACTING NAVIGATION TABLES J. B. Jalickee and W. J. Klepczynski Vol. 24 No. 02, 1977 v24n2-5.pdf
56 LONGITUDE WITHOUT TIME J. W. Luce Vol. 24 No. 02, 1977 v24n2-3.pdf
57 ON THE COST OF MAKING MISTAKES IN NAVIGATION O. D. Anderson Vol. 24 No. 02, 1977 v24n2-10.pdf
58 A NEW METHOD OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION R. E. Ogilvie Vol. 24 No. 01, 1977 v24n1-6.pdf
59 TWO BODY FIXES BY CALCULATOR M. F. A'Hearn and G. S. Rossano Vol. 24 No. 01, 1977 v24n1-5.pdf
60 THE ALMANACS—YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW P. K. Seidelmann, P. M. Janiczek and R. F. Haupt Vol. 23 No. 04, 1976 v23n4-4.pdf
61 THE COAST GUARD TWO PULSE LORAN-C COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM D. A. Feldman, M. A. Letts and R. J. Wenzel Vol. 23 No. 04, 1976 v23n4-1.pdf
62 THE THANKLESS NAVIGATOR T. D. Nicholson Vol. 23 No. 04, 1976 v23n4-8.pdf
63 TWO CENTURIES OF NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS IN JAPAN T. Mozai Vol. 23 No. 04, 1976 v23n4-11.pdf
64 DIRECT METHODS OF LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE DETERMINATION BY MINI-COMPUTER C. Wight Vol. 23 No. 02, 1976 v23n2-6.pdf
65 EVALUATION OF SEVERAL NAVIGATION ALGORITHMS FOR APPLICATION TO GENERAL AVIATION B. Conrad, C. T. Jackson, Jr. and A. J. Korsak Vol. 23 No. 01, 1976 v23n1-2.pdf
66 FINDING LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE BY CALCULATORS C. Fox Vol. 22 No. 04, 1975 v22n4-2.pdf
67 HAND HELD CALCULATOR TECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO AN ADVANCED OMEGA RECEIVER B. N. Gaon Vol. 22 No. 04, 1975 v22n4-3.pdf
68 LONGITUDE WITHOUT TIME D. W. Kerst Vol. 22 No. 04, 1975 v22n4-1.pdf
69 NAVIGATION APPLICATIONS OF THE HP-65 CALCULATOR K. E. Newcomer Vol. 22 No. 02, 1975 v22n2-5.pdf
70 THE ACCURACY OF CELESTIAL FIXES AS COMPARED TO NAVSAT POSITIONS BY LEAST SQUARES ADJUSTMENT H. F. Van Der Grinten Vol. 22 No. 02, 1975 v22n2-3.pdf
71 A DIP SHORT NOMOGRAM M. F. A'Hearn Vol. 21 No. 03, 1974 v21n3-7.pdf
72 PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION R. M. Leve Vol. 21 No. 01, 1974 v21n1-11.pdf
73 THE NAV-AID: A CALCULATOR FOR NAVIGATION R. G. Hirsch and R. L. Charlton Vol. 21 No. 01, 1974 v21n1-7.pdf
74 THE USE OF THE HP-35 CALCULATOR FOR SIGHT REDUCTION S. Rigby Vol. 21 No. 01, 1974 v21n1-6.pdf
75 H. O. 229 INTERPOLATION E. B. Brown and J. J. Speight Vol. 20 No. 03, 1973 v20n3-1.pdf
76 A DAY/NIGHT REMOTE-CONTROLLED LLLTV CAMERA-SEXTANT SYSTEM FOR GENERAL AND CELESTIAL NAVIGATION S. Feldman, G. Barton, B. Katz and R. Wilkinson Vol. 20 No. 02, 1973 v20n2-2.pdf
77 THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE ARTIFICIAL HORIZON FOR CELESTIAL NAVIGATION S. Moskowitz Vol. 20 No. 01, 1973 v20n1-1.pdf
78 CELESTIAL FIX-INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL? Alton B Moody Vol. 19 No. 04, 1972 v19n4-7.pdf
79 SIGHT REDUCTION USING THE PORTABLE SEXTANT COMPUTER SYSTEM S. Feldman, P. K. Seidelmann, E. D. Stephenson, and H. C. Ketts Vol. 19 No. 04, 1972 v19n4-4.pdf
80 COMPUTER SIGHT REDUCTION BASED ON INTERSECTION OF EQUAL ALTITUDE CIRCLES R. W. Flynn Vol. 19 No. 01, 1972 v19n1-2.pdf
81 NAVIGATIONAL PLANNING AND THE USE OF SPECIAL TECHNIQUES Byron E. Franklin and Ernest B. Brown Vol. 19 No. 01, 1972 v19n1-1.pdf
82 A DIGITAL READ-OUT DAY AND NIGHT MARINE SEXTANT Sidney Feldman Vol. 18 No. 04, 1971 v18n4-5.pdf
83 NEW SHORT METHOD TABLES (KI 1) FOR DIRECT FINDING OF A TWO STAR FIX WITHOUT USE OF ALTITUDE DIFFERENCE METHOD Stjepo Kotlaric Vol. 18 No. 04, 1971 v18n4-10.pdf
84 EXAMPLES OF MOON SIGHTS TO OBTAIN TIME AND LONGITUDE DR. FRANCES W. WRIGHT Vol. 18 No. 03, 1971 v18n3-3.pdf
85 LOCAL HOUR ANGLE OF ARIES TABLES Frederick L. Devereux, Jr. Vol. 18 No. 02, 1971 v18n2-15.pdf
86 NAVIGATION AT THE PRIME MERIDIAN G. Gebel and B. Matthews Vol. 18 No. 02, 1971 v18n2-1.pdf
87 TIME AND NAVIGATION Dr. R. L. Duncombe and R. F. Haupt Vol. 17 No. 04, 1970 v17n4-6.pdf
88 USE OF PLANETARIA IN NAVIGATION INSTRUCTION Major Kenneth W. Brotnov Vol. 17 No. 04, 1970 v17n4-11.pdf
89 CERTAIN Hc/Z COMPUTATION POSSIBILITIES Alfred H. Kerrick Vol. 17 No. 03, 1970 v17n3-12.pdf
90 NAVIGATION BY DEFINITION N. W. Emmott Vol. 17 No. 03, 1970 v17n3-10.pdf
91 TRIANGULATION THEORY AND TECHNIQUES Cherokee C. Johnson Vol. 17 No. 03, 1970 v17n3-13.pdf
92 STONE HENGE AND THE PIRI RE’IS MAP Alan R. Gillespie Vol. 17 No. 02, 1970 v17n2-2.pdf
93 THE METHOD OF LUNAR DISTANCES AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCE Saul Moskowitz Vol. 17 No. 02, 1970 v17n2-1.pdf
94 PRECOMP NAVIGATION Capt. P. V. H. Weems, USN (Ret.) Vol. 16 No. 04, 1969 v16n4-11.pdf
95 FUTURE ASPECTS OF MARINE NAVIGATION FOR SMALL CRAFT Vernon I. Weihe Vol. 16 No. 02, 1969 v16n2-11.pdf
96 MICRO COMPASS FOR SMALL BOAT NAVIGATION Marvin Taylor Vol. 16 No. 02, 1969 v16n2-5.pdf
97 LONGITUDE WITHOUT TIME Bruno Ortlepp Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969 v16n1-3.pdf
98 NAVIGATING TO THE NORTH POLE-A SURFACE TRAVERSE Major Gerald R. Pitzl, USMCR Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969 v16n1-4.pdf
99 NIGHT VISION NAVIGATION G. D. Dunlap and Oliver J. Edwards Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969 v16n1-11.pdf
100 SMALL CRAFT OPERATION ON THE INTRACOASTAL WATERWAY OF THE GULF AREA P/C George K. Holland, N, USPS Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969 v16n1-7.pdf
101 YACHT NAVIGATION Ben Warriner Vol. 16 No. 01, 1969 v16n1-5.pdf
102 A PRACTICAL MECHANICAL CALCULATOR SPHERICAL TRIGONOMETRY Mitchell E. Timin and Alan M. Schneider Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968 v15n4-2.pdf
103 IRRADIATION AND MANUAL NAVIGATION Richard F. Haines and William H. Allen Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968 v15n4-3.pdf
104 NOTE ON DETERMINING RANGE FROM SEXTANT ALTITUDE Dr. William H. Guier Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968 v15n4-4.pdf
105 ON THE ACCURACY OF CELESTIAL MPP’S IN AIR NAVIGATION Major Ronald A. Briggs, USAF Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968 v15n4-10.pdf
106 SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES FOR ORBITAL PLANE DETERMINATION William P. Devereux Vol. 15 No. 04, 1968 v15n4-1.pdf
107 GREAT CIRCLE ROUTE Lieut. Jack O. Horton, Jr., USNR Vol. 15 No. 03, 1968 v15n3-3.pdf
108 TRUE AZIMUTH CALCULATION Michael C. Hutchins Vol. 15 No. 03, 1968 v15n3-4.pdf
109 PROGRESS IN PRECISION TIMEKEEPING AND TIME DISTRIBUTION R. Glenn Hall Vol. 15 No. 02, 1968 v15n2-6.pdf
110 GREAT CIRCLE SAILING (GRAPHIC SOLUTION) William M. Fraser Vol. 15 No. 01, 1968 v15n1-8.pdf
111 ANALYSIS OF THE CELESTIAL PLOT IN MARINE NAVIGATION Ernest B. Brown Vol. 14 No. 04, 1967 v14n4-5.pdf
112 MARINE NAVIGATION: WHERE WE STAND-WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE G. D. Dunlap Vol. 14 No. 04, 1967 v14n4-2.pdf
113 NAVIGATION OF PLEASURE BOATS R. R. Blandford Vol. 14 No. 04, 1967 v14n4-3.pdf
114 THE NAUTICAL ALMANAC IN ITS SEVENTH THIRD OF A CENTURY D. H. Sadler Vol. 14 No. 04, 1967 v14n4-1.pdf
115 A SMALL BOAT NAVIGATION SYSTEM Allan C. Bernstein Vol. 14 No. 03, 1967 v14n3-2.pdf
116 AN ENGINEERING APPROACH TO THE MATHEMATICS OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION Joseph W. Little Vol. 14 No. 03, 1967 v14n3-1.pdf
117 USE OF A SMALL COMPUTER AS A CELESTIAL NAVIGATION AID D. W. Range and R. N. Southworth Vol. 14 No. 03, 1967 v14n3-6.pdf
118 THE FRANKLIN PILOTING TECHNIQUE Ernest B. Brown and Bryon E. Franklin Vol. 14 No. 02, 1967 v14n2-4.pdf
119 MARINE USER’S MODIFICATIONS TO THE AIR ALMANAC Ernest B. Brown Vol. 14 No. 01, 1967 v14n1-8.pdf
120 THREE DIMENSION CELESTIAL NAVIGATION Loren E. DeGroot and John Larsen Vol. 13 No. 04, 1966 v13n4-5.pdf
121 AN ASTRONOMICAL GUIDANCE SYSTEM FOR AIR NAVIGATION Col. R. Genty Vol. 13 No. 03, 1966 v13n3-8.pdf
122 CELESTIAL NAVIGATION PROCEDURES Cdr. Robert E. Williams, USESSA Vol. 13 No. 02, 1966 v13n2-7.pdf
123 SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES FOR MARINE NAVIGATION J. H. Blythe, Dr. R. L. Duncombe, and D. H. Sadler Vol. 13 No. 02, 1966 v13n2-1.pdf
124 PROPOSED NAUTICAL UNITS OF LENGTH AND TIME Dr. John C. Bellamy Vol. 13 No. 01, 1966 v13n1-2.pdf
125 CELESTIALLY REFERENCED ELECTRONIC SPACE TRACKING Robert Irving Vol. 12 No. 04, 1965 v12n4-6.pdf
126 NAVIGATIONAL REQUIREMENTS AND METHODS OF RECREATIONAL BOATMEN Cdr. John E. Everson, N, USPS Vol. 12 No. 04, 1965 v12n4-4.pdf
127 SEXTANT SIGHTING PERFORMANCE FOR SPACE NAVIGATION USING SIMULATED AND REAL CELESTIAL TARGETS Bedford A. Lampkin Vol. 12 No. 04, 1965 v12n4-5.pdf
128 FROM SIMPLE QUADRANT TO SPACE SEXTANT Saul Moskowitz Vol. 12 No. 03, 1965 v12n3-1.pdf
129 LUNAR DISTANCES AND OCCULTATIONS USING H. O. 214 D. D. Williams Vol. 12 No. 02, 1965 v12n2-14.pdf
130 NEWEST ONE-ENTRY NAVIGATION TABLES Captain G. P. Hadjilias, N. C., M. I. N. Vol. 12 No. 02, 1965 v12n2-9.pdf
131 PRINTING OF ASTRONOMICAL AND SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES R. L. Duncombe and R. F. Haupt Vol. 12 No. 02, 1965 v12n2-8.pdf
132 LIMITATIONS IMPOSED ON CELESTIAL NAVIGATION DUE TO INACCURACIES OF STAR POSITIONS Francis P. Scott Vol. 11 No. 01, 1964 v11n1-3.pdf
133 STICK CHARTS OF MICRONESIA Lt. Col. Charles J. Davis Vol. 11 No. 01, 1964 v11n1-5.pdf
134 THE “LOG” OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION T. R. Stenberg Vol. 11 No. 01, 1964 v11n1-4.pdf
135 ERRORS AND ACCURACY OF POSITION, LOPs, AND FIXES T. R. Stenberg Vol. 10 No. 04, 1963 v10n4-6.pdf
136 SMALL CRAFT NAVIGATION Cdr. Charles M. Bradley, USPS Vol. 10 No. 04, 1963 v10n4-4.pdf
137 POLYNESIAN NAVIGATION (NOTES AND COMMENT) Capt. Brett Hilder Vol. 10 No. 02, 1963 v10n2-12.pdf
138 POLYNESIAN NAVIGATION J. P. Frankel Vol. 09 No. 01, 1962 v9n1-4.pdf
139 PLOTTING THE FUTURE COURSE OF MARINE CELESTIAL NAVIGATION Gene R. Marner Vol. 07 No. 04, 1960 v7n4-8.pdf
140 CELESTIAL SIGHTING THROUGH THE SUBMARINE PERISCOPE Lt. Cmdr. Robert Irving, USN Vol. 07 No. 02 & 3, 1960 v7n2-6.pdf
141 PRINCE HENRY THE NAVIGATOR Norman J. W. Thrower Vol. 07 No. 02 & 3, 1960 v7n2-4.pdf
142 SURVIVAL POSITION LOCATION USING STAR SIGHTING E. H. Sharkey Vol. 06 No. 08, 1959-1960 v6n8-4.pdf
143 A PROPOSAL FOR A NEW METHOD OF CELESTIAL SIGHT REDUCTION AND LINE-OF-POSITION PLOTTING Dan N. Hurwitz Vol. 06 No. 07, 1959 v6n7-8.pdf
144 THE RHUMB LINE ON THE ELLIPSOIDAL EARTH Ralph Hoyt Bacon Vol. 06 No. 07, 1959 v6n7-7.pdf
145 CELESTIAL NAVIGATION WITHOUT A VERTICAL REFERENCE Phillip R. Burton Vol. 06 No. 05, 1959 v6n5-8.pdf
146 THE LIMACON OF PASCAL AS A BASIS FOR COMPUTED AND GRAPHIC METHODS OF DETERMINING ASTRONOMIC POSITIONS Alfred H. Kerrick Vol. 06 No. 05, 1959 v6n5-7.pdf
147 THE NEW BOWDITCH: A REVIEW Grenville D. Zerfass Vol. 06 No. 05, 1959 v6n5-10.pdf
148 POLYNESIAN NAVIGATIONAL STONES Capt. Brett Hilder Vol. 06 No. 04, 1958-1959 v6n4-3.pdf
149 AN AUTOMATIC ASTRO COMPASS David B. Nichinson Vol. 06 No. 03, 1958 v6n3-7.pdf
150 A PROPOSAL FOR A SURVIVAL SEXTANT Leonard E. Gray Vol. 06 No. 02, 1958 v6n2-13.pdf
151 HAROLD GATTY AS WE KNEW HIM Capt. P. V. H. Weems, USN (Ret.) Vol. 06 No. 02, 1958 v6n2-8.pdf
152 THE SEARCH FOR SELF-CONTAINED NAVIGATION AIDS Richard Y. Miner Vol. 06 No. 02, 1958 v6n2-11.pdf
153 THE ZENITH INDICATOR POSITION INSTRUMENT Lt. J. D. Bottoms, USN Vol. 06 No. 02, 1958 v6n2-14.pdf
154 AN UNIDENTIFIED MARINER’S ASTROLABE N/A Vol. 05 No. 08, 1957-1958 v5n8-8.pdf
155 THE DISCOVERY OF THE LONGITUDE Norman J. W. Thrower Vol. 05 No. 08, 1957-1958 v5n8-1.pdf
156 THE TRUE DISTANCE AND AZIMUTH COMPUTER FOR POLAR NAVIGATION Sheridan L. Hall Vol. 05 No. 08, 1957-1958 v5n8-3.pdf
157 ANTARCTIC NAVIGATION Capt. Charles W. Thomas, USCG Vol. 05 No. 07, 1957 v5n7-4.pdf
158 PRECISION CELESTIAL NAVIGATION IN HIGH-SPEED, HIGH-ALTITUDE AIRCRAFT Major Harold F. Korger, USAF Vol. 05 No. 06, 1957 v5n6-7.pdf
159 A FORMAT FOR A RAPID MULTIPLE-STAR-FIX SOLUTION Lieutenant (j.g.) Jo Swerling, Jr., USNR Vol. 05 No. 04, 1956 v5n4-7.pdf
160 VECTOR DIAGRAMS FOR SAILBOAT DEAD RECKONING Leonard E. Gray Vol. 05 No. 04, 1956 v5n4-3.pdf
161 AN IMPROVED PROTRACTOR Lieutenant Commander C. H. Blair, USN Vol. 05 No. 02, 1956 v5n2-11.pdf
162 CELESTIAL NAVIGATION IN HIGH LATITUDES Major William E. Molett, USAF Vol. 05 No. 02, 1956 v5n2-12.pdf
163 COMPUTERS FOR MOTION OF THE BODY AND OBSERVER Captain Martin Berkovitz, USAF Vol. 05 No. 02, 1956 v5n2-3.pdf
164 PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED IN SURVIVAL NAVIGATION Glenn M. Hawkins Vol. 05 No. 02, 1956 v5n2-9.pdf
165 POLAR (ICECAP) NAVIGATION Major Palle Mogensen, U. S. Army Vol. 05 No. 01, 1956 v5n1-5.pdf
166 THE PLANE AND GREAT CIRCLE SAILINGS, PART 11 Peter H. Selby Vol. 05 No. 01, 1956 v5n1-7.pdf
167 UNIFICATION OF THE ABRIDGED NAUTICAL ALMANAC AND THE AMERICAN NAUTICAL ALMANAC G. M. Clemence and D. H. Sadler Vol. 05 No. 01, 1956 v5n1-1.pdf
168 THE PLANE AND GREAT CIRCLE SAILINGS Peter H. Selby Vol. 04 No. 08, 1955 v4n8-2.pdf
169 HIGH PRECISION COMPUTER FOR AUTOMATIC SOLUTION OF THE CELESTIAL TRIANGLE Gene R. Marner Vol. 04 No. 07, 1955 v4n7-5.pdf
170 KEPLER William R. Cagle Vol. 04 No. 07, 1955 v4n7-4.pdf
171 ON THE GEOMETRICAL SOLUTION OF THE NAVIGATIONAL TRIANGLE John A. Russell Vol. 04 No. 06, 1955 v4n6-4.pdf
172 PUTTING THE MOON IN THE POCKET ALMANAC Robert W. Byerly Vol. 04 No. 06, 1955 v4n6-5.pdf
173 HALF CENTURY OF NAVIGATION 1900-1950 Captains P. V. H. Weems, USN (Ret.) Vol. 04 No. 05, 1955 v4n5-2.pdf
174 THE GREEN FLASH W. H. Forthman Vol. 04 No. 05, 1955 v4n5-7.pdf
175 ALFONSO THE WISE William Potter Vol. 04 No. 04, 1954 v4n4-5.pdf
176 NAVIGATOR’S POCKET ALMANAC N/A Vol. 04 No. 04, 1954 v4n4-8.pdf
177 NEW TECHNIQUES FOR THE RUNNING FIX Lt. Robert W. Beard, USNR Vol. 04 No. 04, 1954 v4n4-6.pdf
178 WHITHER BOUND, NAVIGATOR? Commander Alton B. Moody, USNR Vol. 04 No. 04, 1954 v4n4-2.pdf
179 POLAR COMPASSES Samuel M. Burka Vol. 04 No. 03, 1954 v4n3-8.pdf
180 RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN POLAR NAVIGATION Major William E. Molett, USAF Vol. 04 No. 03, 1954 v4n3-4.pdf
181 AN EARLY BUREAU OF LONGITUDE: PEIRESC IN PROVENCE Seymour L. Chapin Vol. 04 No. 02, 1954 v4n2-4.pdf
182 IRRADIATION AND REFRACTION AT LOW ALTITUDES AND THE WORKING NAVIGATOR Captain H. H. Shufeldt, USNR Vol. 04 No. 02, 1954 v4n2-8.pdf
183 THE NAVIGATOR’S POCKET ALMANAC Paul E. Wylie Vol. 04 No. 02, 1954 v4n2-3.pdf
184 DO YOU SAY WHAT YOU MEAN? Commnder Alton B. Moody, USNR Vol. 04 No. 01, 1954 v4n1-6.pdf
185 METHODS USED IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION Fred Franklin Vol. 04 No. 01, 1954 v4n1-3.pdf
186 PRECOMPUTED CELESTIAL DATA FOR HIGH SPEED AIRCRAFT Major Robert Sullivan, USAF Vol. 04 No. 01, 1954 v4n1-4.pdf
187 THE DIP OF THE HORIZON Hans Christian Freiesleben Vol. 04 No. 01, 1954 v4n1-2.pdf
188 PERSONAL EQUATION AND THE MODERN MARINE SEXTANT Charles H. Smiley and Mark Quirk Vol. 03 No.10, 1953 v3n10-2.pdf
189 THE POCKET NAUTICAL ALMANAC Paul E. Wylie Vol. 03 No.10, 1953 v3n10-1.pdf
190 FIXES, AND HOW TO GET OUT OF THEM Commander H. W. Dusinberre, USN Vol. 03 No. 09, 1953 v3n9-7.pdf
191 NAUTICAL AND STATUTE MILE CONTROVERSY Merrill Armour Vol. 03 No. 09, 1953 v3n9-5.pdf
192 SIMPLIFIED STAR PLOTTING Commander H. W. Dusinberre, USN Vol. 03 No. 09, 1953 v3n9-6.pdf
193 A SURVEY OF THE EFFORTS TO DETERMINE LONGITUDE AT SEA, 1660-1760. PART III: A PERFECT TIMEKEEPER Seymour L. Chapin Vol. 03 No. 08, 1953 v3n8-6.pdf
194 PROBLEMS OF A SMALL BOAT SKIPPER Richard S. Nye Vol. 03 No. 08, 1953 v3n8-4.pdf
195 THE NAUTICAL AND STATUTE MILE CONTROVERSY Commander E. R. McCarthy, USC&GS Vol. 03 No. 08, 1953 v3n8-7.pdf
196 TRUE AZIMUTH OF POLARIS BY NOMOGRAM J. G. van de Flier Vol. 03 No. 08, 1953 v3n8-2.pdf
197 A SURVEY OF THE EFFORTS TO DETERMINE LONGITUDE AT SEA, 1660-1760. PART 11: THE USE OF CELESTIAL BODIES Seymour L. Chapin Vol. 03 No. 07, 1953 v3n7-6.pdf
198 ACCURACY: AN EDITORIAL COMMENT N/A Vol. 03 No. 07, 1953 v3n7-8.pdf
199 BUBBLE ACCELERATION Major Robert Sullivan, USAF Vol. 03 No. 07, 1953 v3n7-3.pdf
200 H.O. 249 AND THE NEW AIR ALMANAC John Dohm Vol. 03 No. 07, 1953 v3n7-5.pdf
201 SELECTED STARS 1953 ALMANACS Commander Edwin A. Beito, USNR Vol. 03 No. 07, 1953 v3n7-2.pdf
202 WHAT’S OUR SPEED? THE EVOLUTION OF SHIP-LOGS Grenville D. Zerfass Vol. 03 No. 07, 1953 v3n7-4.pdf
203 A SURVEY OF THE EFFORTS TO DETERMINE LONGITUDE AT SEA, 1660-1760 Seymour L. Chapin Vol. 03 No. 06, 1952 v3n6-2.pdf
204 WHAT GEOMAGNETISM MEANS TO NAVIGATORS Captain Elliott B. Roberts, USN Vol. 03 No. 06, 1952 v3n6-6.pdf
205 A SHORT HISTORY OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION John W. Calvert Vol. 03 No. 05, 1952 v3n5-2.pdf
206 NATHANIEL BOWDITCH AND HIS WORK Paul E. Wylie Vol. 03 No. 05, 1952 v3n5-6.pdf
207 NOTE ON THE SELECTION OF STARS FOR NAVIGATION Charles H. Smiley Vol. 03 No. 05, 1952 v3n5-5.pdf
208 SUGGESTION FOR MEASUREMENT OF REFRACTION Robert W. Byerly Vol. 03 No. 05, 1952 v3n5-7.pdf
209 CONCERNING THE APPARENT DIFFERENCE IN THE SIZE OF THE SUN AT NOON AND AT SUNSET Captain Raleigh C. Willems, USAF Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952 v3n4-5.pdf
210 CONSIDERATION OF VARIOUS TERRESTIAL COORDINATE SYSTEMS Walter B. Nash Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952 v3n4-9.pdf
211 EXPEDITIONS OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, 1735 Seymour L. Chapin Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952 v3n4-8.pdf
212 NATHANIEL BOWDITCH Grenville D. Zerfass Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952 v3n4-11.pdf
213 POLAR NAVIGATION Captain J. O. Sanders, USAF Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952 v3n4-3.pdf
214 PRECISE ASTRONOMICAL FIXES Giles G. Healey Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952 v3n4-6.pdf
215 TIMEKEEPING Captain P. V. H. Weems, USN (Ret.) Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952 v3n4-7.pdf
216 TWO MIRRORS: THE STORY OF THE INVENTION OF THE SEXTANT Grenville D. Zerfass Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952 v3n4-2.pdf
217 TYCHO BRAHE Samuel Herrick Vol. 03 No. 04, 1952 v3n4-4.pdf
218 A TWILIGHT COMPUTER AND PLANISPHERE FOR HIGH LATITUDE NAVIGATION J. W. Cox and S/L K. R. Greenaway, RCAF Vol. 03 No. 03, 1952 v3n3-2.pdf
219 ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AT LOW ANGULAR ALTITUDES IN THE POLAR REGIONS Charles H. Smiley Vol. 03 No. 03, 1952 v3n3-5.pdf
220 H. O. 249 REVISED John Dohm Vol. 03 No. 03, 1952 v3n3-8.pdf
221 LUNAR PARALLAX METHOD OF ASTRO NAVIGATION J. S. Thompson Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1952 v3n1-12.pdf
222 ASTRONOMICAL FORMULAE FOR USE IN NAVIGATION Charles Fox Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951 v3n1-3.pdf
223 ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AT LOW ANGULAR ALTITUDES IN THE TEMPERATE ZONES Charles H. Smiley Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951 v3n1-8.pdf
224 EARLY NAVIGATION MANUALS Grenville D. Zerfass Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951 v3n1-1.pdf
225 LOW ALTITUDE REFRACTION CORRECTION Captain Raleigh C. Willems, USAF Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951 v3n1-10.pdf
226 REFRACTION NEAR THE HORIZON G. M. Clemence Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951 v3n1-9.pdf
227 THE ORIGINAL STAR FINDER Captain Gilbert T. Rude, USN (Ret.) Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951 v3n1-4.pdf
228 TRANSPOLAR CELESTIAL FOR HIGH SPEED NAVIGATION Thoburn C. Lyon Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951 v3n1-7.pdf
229 UNIFICATION OF THE AIR ALMANAC AND THE AMERICAN AIR ALMANAC G. M. Clemence and D. H. Sadler Vol. 03 No. 01 & 2, 1951 v3n1-2.pdf
230 ACCURACY OF MARINE NAVIGATION Captain P. V. H. WEEMS, USN (Ret.) Vol. 02 No. 10, 1951 v2n10-5.pdf
231 MIDDLE LATITUDE SAILING NEAR THE EQUATOR A. N. Black Vol. 02 No. 10, 1951 v2n10-11.pdf
232 THE ACCURACY OF OBSERVATIONS MADE WITH MARINE SEXTANTS Charles H. Smiley Vol. 02 No. 10, 1951 v2n10-2.pdf
233 THE YACHTSMAN’S INTEREST IN NAVIGATION Randolph E. Tyrrel Vol. 02 No. 10, 1951 v2n10-4.pdf
234 A SHORT METHOD FOR PRECOMPUTATION Samuel Herrick Vol. 02 No. 09, 1951 v2n9-6.pdf
235 FACTS OF ASTRONOMY OF VALUE TO THE NAVIGATOR Commander Edwin A. Beito, USNR Vol. 02 No. 09, 1951 v2n9-5.pdf
236 PULKOVO—OLD CAPITAL OF POSITIONAL ASTRONOMY Otto Struve Vol. 02 No. 09, 1951 v2n9-2.pdf
237 A FIX FROM ONE SIGHT Frederick Franklin Vol. 02 No. 07, 1950 v2n7-14.pdf
238 HUMAN NAVIGATOR OR BLACK BOX? Lieutenant Commander Alton B. Moody, USNR Vol. 02 No. 07, 1950 v2n7-4.pdf
239 NAVIGATION METHODS COMPARED Captain P. V. H. WEEMS, USN (Ret.) Vol. 02 No. 07, 1950 v2n7-13.pdf
240 THE PFUND SKY COMPASS Lieutenant Commander Alton B. Moody, USNR Vol. 02 No. 07, 1950 v2n7-9.pdf
241 THE WORK OF THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS IN NAVIGATION E. U. Condon Vol. 02 No. 06, 1950 v2n6-26.pdf
242 TIME AND ALMANACS G. M. Clemence Vol. 02 No. 06, 1950 v2n6-14.pdf
243 A LINE OF POSITION BY OBSERVED AZIMUTH Horace R. Byers Vol. 02 No. 05, 1950 v2n5-4.pdf
244 ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AT LOW ANGULAR ALTITUDES IN THE TROPICS Charles H. Smiley Vol. 02 No. 05, 1950 v2n5-2.pdf
245 A POSITION FINDER Paul Miller, U.S.N. (Ret.) Vol. 02 No. 04, 1949 v2n4-6.pdf
246 A SIMULTANEOUS TWO-STAR FIX Charles T. Dozier Vol. 02 No. 04, 1949 v2n4-3.pdf
247 NEW TYPE 1950 NAUTICAL ALMANAC Commander Edwin A. Beito, U.S.N.R Vol. 02 No. 04, 1949 v2n4-1.pdf
248 MIDDLE LATITUDE SAILING WHEN THE COURSE CROSSES THE EQUATOR Paul E. Wylie Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949 v2n3-5.pdf
249 NAVIGATION BY THE RULE OF SIXTY Commander E. S. Quilter, U.S.N Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949 v2n3-2.pdf
250 PRESENT STATUS OF POLAR NAVIGATION Flight Lieutenant K. R. Greenaway, R.C.A.F Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949 v2n3-6.pdf
251 PROBLEMS OF MARINE NAVIGATION Lieutenant Charles W. Handley, U.S.M.S Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949 v2n3-3.pdf
252 RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN POLAR NAVIGATION Lieutenant Command Alton B. Moody, U.S.N.R Vol. 02 No. 03, 1949 v2n3-4.pdf
253 SOME HISTORY OF H.O. 214 IN THE NETHERLANDS Ph. A. Gallas Vol. 02 No. 01, 1949 v2n1-6.pdf
254 THE TRIANGULATOR Frederick Franklin Vol. 02 No. 01, 1949 v2n1-3.pdf
255 TIMES OF SUNRISE AND OF SUNSET BY A GRAPHICAL METHOD Paul E. Wylie Vol. 01 No. 12, 1948 v1n12-3.pdf
256 A “NEW LOOK” FOR THE NAUTICAL ALMANAC Ramon O. Williams Vol. 01 No. 11, 1948 v1n11-6.pdf
257 SUMMARY OF A PAPER ON THE PLACE OF NAVIGATION IN THE COLLEGE CURRICULUM Bart J. Bok Vol. 01 No. 09, 1948 v1n9-3.pdf
258 H.O. 249 Henrietta H. Swope Vol. 01 No. 07 & 8, 1947 v1n7-9.pdf
259 NAVIGATION IN THE ANTARCTIC Alton B. Moody Vol. 01 No. 07 & 8, 1947 v1n7-2.pdf
260 THE AMERICAN NAUTICAL ALMANAC AND ITS IMPROVEMENT Paul E. Wylie Vol. 01 No. 07 & 8, 1947 v1n7-6.pdf
261 NAVIGATION COMPUTER SERIES Captain P. V. H. Weems, USN (Ret.) Vol. 01 No. 06, 1947 v1n6-3.pdf
262 THE GERMAN GYRO-SEXTANT Mary R. Hunt Vol. 01 No. 06, 1947 v1n6-4.pdf
263 CRITICAL TABLES FOR CORRECTING OBSERVED ALTITUDES FOR ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION IN POLAR LATITUDES Charles H. Smiley Vol. 01 No. 05, 1947 v1n5-5.pdf
264 NIGHT SEXTANT OBSERVATIONS AGAINST A NIGHT VISION HORIZON Commander Wm. J. Catlett, Jr Vol. 01 No. 05, 1947 v1n5-3.pdf
265 NOTE ON DREISENSTOK’S METHOD IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION N. Wyman Stoker Vol. 01 No. 05, 1947 v1n5-1.pdf
266 THE INFLUENCE OF THE EARTH’S ROTATION ON BUBBLE SEXTANT READINGS J. J. Green Vol. 01 No. 05, 1947 v1n5-6.pdf
267 A NEW SEXTANT William H. Holman III Vol. 01 No. 04, 1946 v1n4-3.pdf
268 BOWDITCH Alton B. Moody Vol. 01 No. 04, 1946 v1n4-6.pdf
269 JAPANESE ALMANACS Ralph F. Haupt Vol. 01 No. 04, 1946 v1n4-4.pdf
270 SIMPLE COMPUTATION OF DISTANCES OVER THE EARTH B. W. Sitterly and J. A. Pierce Vol. 01 No. 04, 1946 v1n4-1.pdf
271 AMERICAN ALMANACS George W. Mixter Vol. 01 No. 03, 1946 v1n3-5.pdf
272 AMERICAN NAUTICAL ALMANAC L. J. Comrie Vol. 01 No. 03, 1946 v1n3-6.pdf
273 REVISING THE NAUTICAL ALMANAC Samuel Herrick Vol. 01 No. 03, 1946 v1n3-7.pdf
274 THE AAF APPROACH TO POLAR NAVIGATION Fred A. Gross Vol. 01 No. 03, 1946 v1n3-2.pdf
275 ACCURACY OF POSITION FINDING USING THREE OR FOUR LINES OF POSITION S. A. Goudsmit Vol. 01 No. 02, 1946 v1n2-4.pdf
276 CAPTAIN THOMAS HUBBARD SUMNER, 1807-1876 Robert S. Richardson Vol. 01 No. 02, 1946 v1n2-5.pdf
277 INTERPRETATION OF THE CELESTIAL LINE OF POSITION Austin Phelps Vol. 01 No. 02, 1946 v1n2-3.pdf
278 INSTRUMENTAL SOLUTIONS IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATION Samuel Herrick Vol. 01 No. 02, 1946 v1n2-1.pdf
279 NOON INTERVAL TABLES T. F. Hickerson Vol. 01 No. 01, 1946 v1n1-5.pdf

 

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