Dutton's Navigation and Piloting: (Formerly Navigation and Nautical Astronomy, Original Ed. (1926) by Benjamin Dutton)
United States Naval Institute, 1958 - Nautical astronomy - 771 pages
While much of the tenth edition of Navigation and nautical astronomy has been used in this text, the majority of the material is either new or completely rewritten.
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PART ONEPILOTING1 CHAPTER I The Earth and Its Coordinates
Chart Projections Chart Portfolios and Chart Interpretation
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12 knots 27 April Air Almanac Answers axis azimuth buoy celestial body celestial navigation celestial sphere chart chronometer computed corr correction course and speed dead reckoning declination determined deviation difference direction distance DR position DR track earth equator error formation given Greenwich gyro compass height of eye horizon hour Hydrographic Office indicated interpolation label latitude light limb line of position located longitude loran magnetic compass maneuvering measured Mercator Mercator chart meridian angle method miles minutes moon Nautical Almanac navigational triangle nearest obtained parallel piloting planets plotting sheet pole radar radio range relative movement Required rhumb line running fix scale sextant altitude ship's shown in Fig signal sky wave Solution star station tabulated tide tion torpedo true bearing twilight U. S. Navy vector vertical visible yards zone