On 1st Dec 1992, in DR 400 12’S 1640 48’E, the observed meridian altitude of the Moon’s LL was 5603’. If HE was 14m, find the latitude and the direction of the PL.
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On 21st July 1992, in DR 370 22’N 960 36’W, the sextant meridian altitude of the Moon’s UL was 6201’. If IE was 0.4’ off the arc & HE was 17m, required the latitude and PL.
On 26th Feb 1992, in DR 500 10’S 640 12’E, the observed altitude of the Moon’s LL on the meridian was 6300’. IF HE was 20m, find the latitude and the PL.
On 2nd Sept 1992, in DR longitude 1750 16’E, the sextant meridian altitude of the Moon’s UL was 2308’ South of the observed. If IE was 0.2’ off the arc and HE was 14m, find the latitude and the direction of the PL.
On 29th Nov 1992, in DR longitude 1400 12’W, the sextant meridian altitude of the Moon’s UL was 6206’ North of the observed. If HE was 10m, and IE was 0.6’ on the arc, required the latitude and the direction of the PL.
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