| William Carpenter Pendleton Muir - Nautical astronomy - 1906 - 718 pages
...the great circle sailing charts of the US Hydrographic Office, find the track from point of d^purture **to point of tangency and from second point of tangency...desired to find the composite track from L^ = 45°** K, Aj = 150° E., to L2 = 47|° K, A2 = 130° W., the limiting parallel being 50° N. Prom the first... | |
| William Carpenter Pendleton Muir - Nautical astronomy - 1911 - 764 pages
...the great circle sailing charts of tSe US Hydrographic Office, find the track from point of departure **to point of tangency and from second point of tangency...or by parallel sailing. On a polar chart (see Art.** 35) tangents are drawn in the same way to the limiting parallel. Suppose it is desired to find the... | |
| William Carpenter Pendleton Muir - Nautical astronomy - 1918 - 784 pages
...great circle sailing charts of the TJ. S. Hydrographic Office, find the track from point of d;;piirture **to point of tangency and from second point of tangency...composite track from L, = 45° N., Xt = 150° E., to** L2 = 47J° N., X2 = 130° W., the limiting parallel being 50° N. From the first position draw CE (Fig.... | |
| William Carpenter Pendleton Muir - Nautical astronomy - 1918 - 784 pages
...great circle sailing charts of the TJ. S. Hydrographic Office, find the track from point of departure **to point of tangency and from second point of tangency...Suppose it is desired to find the composite track from** Lt = 45° N., At = 150° E., to L2 = 47^° N., A2 = 130° W., the limiting parallel being 50° N. From... | |
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