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Primer Of Celestial Navigation

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Primer Of Celestial Navigation
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Publisher: Cornell Maritime Press
ISBN/ASIN: 1443726974
Number of pages: 300

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Astronomy, time, the astronomical triangle, trigonometry and reliable procedures for position finding are explained understandably. The Primer takes into account all the stumbling blocks, and moves progressively from the simple fundamentals to the complex problems, covering each step clearly.

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