On 4th March 1992, in DR 450 10’N 1200 30’W, the sextant meridian altitude of the star ANTARES was 1802’. IF IE was 3.2’ off the arc and HE was 10m, find the latitude and state the direction of the PL (LOP).
On 12th Sept 1992, DR 430 05’S 720 20’E, the sextant meridian altitude of the star ALDEBARAN was 3002’. If IE was nil and HE was 18m, required the latitude and PL (LOP) and state the GMT of meridian passage.
On 22th Sept 1992, in DR longitude 900 06’E, the observed altitude of the star RIGEL on the meridian was 7302’ north of the observed. If HE was 15m, find the latitude and the PL. state the GMT of meridian passage.
On 20th Jan 1992, in DR 570 31’N 1640 20’W, the sextant meridian altitude of the star DIPHDA was 1407’. If IE was 0.6’ on the arc and HE was 14.5m, find the latitude and the direction of the PL. State the GMT of meridian passage.
On 1st May 1992, in DR 300 18’N 1350 02’W, a back angle sextant meridian altitude of the star REGULUS was 1080 16.5’. If HE was 14m, and IE was 2.4’ on the arc, required the GMT of mer pass, the latitude and the direction of the PL.
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If gmt mer pass date no change…sidereal day add or subtract??
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