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 TonyM posted March 15, 2017 06:02 PM                   Attached is my worksheet for Exercise 5.8(1). I have tried to solve this exercise with ZD 10 and 11. However, the LHA calculation does not appear on the excerpt for Lat 56* which appears on p.269. Obviously, I am doing something wrong, but don't know what. This is my second attempt to get some guidance on this. I hope this post gets through this time.
 David Burch posted March 15, 2017 08:33 PM                   We are not getting images you are attaching.Please note that attached images must be <+800 pixels across and size <= 300 kb.if your image is too large, please use MS Paint or other program to reduce its size and then post it.if you do not know its size or dimensions, open it in MS Paint or other graphic program to check this and adjust it.thanks From: Starpath, Seattle, WA
 David Burch posted March 15, 2017 08:34 PM                   PS. i only see one post here. Are you posting in the correct forum? if you are in the cel nav course, then please use the Student Discussion Forum and an instructor will answer. From: Starpath, Seattle, WA
 Capt Steve Miller posted March 15, 2017 08:47 PM                   WHY are you using any Zone Description? The 5.8-1 and the rest of the problems give the time in UTC. No Zone Description is needed.As I described in my last post on this subject, you would just use the UTC to determine the GHA and then apply the a-Long with the proper sign (+ or -) to determine the LHA. From: Starpath
 David Burch posted March 16, 2017 06:27 PM                   Just a note that we might be having problems with image uploads. This is being tested now. So maybe not seeing your posts is our fault, not your file size.hope to resolve this in a day or so. From: Starpath, Seattle, WA

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