On 5th May 1992, in DR 500 10’S 640 15’W, the observed meridian altitude of SATURN was 5603’. If HE was 10m, find the direction of the PL. Also find, to the nearest second, the GMT of meridian passage.
On 17th Jan 1992, in DR longitude 360 40’E, the sextant meridian altitude of JUPITER was 3705’ bearing N. If IE was 0.3’ on the arc and HE was 12m, required the latitude and PL.
On 14th Oct 1992, in DR longitude 1100 20’W, the sextant altitude of MARS on the meridian was 6105’ South of the observer. If HE was 17m and IE was 3.6’ off the arc, find the latitude and the PL.
On 30th Nov 1992, in DR 560 07’N 1200 04’E, the sextant meridian altitude of SATURN was 1600’. If IE was 0.6’ on the arc and HE was 12m, find the latitude and the direction of the PL.
On 3rd May 1992, in DR 350 07’N 650 30’W, the sextant meridian altitude of JUPITER was 6602’ at oh 07m 26s (error 06m 02s fast). If HE was 10m, and IE was 0.7’ off the arc, required the latitude and the direction of the PL.
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