Comment: Celestial Navigation in Australia

Submitted: Sunday, Feb 22, 2015 at 20:04
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That's really great Alan, you have gone to a lot of trouble. I presume this has come about through your research into to our early explorers and how the did it. I am sure there are many who will find this very enlightening. As for me, you say early in this blog "some simple spatial reasoning" well that lets me out, besides I am asleep at night. I always carry 2 Garmins, Oziexplorer on a PC, PLB, Spot, Sat phone, paper maps, and heaps of water and food. Had not thought of the GPS system not being available, I need to get a GLONASS receiver. And if all that's not enough, C'est la vie
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Reply By: equinox - Wednesday, Mar 04, 2015 at 01:22

Wednesday, Mar 04, 2015 at 01:22
Hi Chris,
Actually this came from one of my other interests being astronomy and just thought I'd put a few words together as there wasn't another blog on the subject to my knowledge. It is still relevant though to the general theme of the site. I'll be carrying spare batteries for GPS for a while yet :-)
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