2 edition of Navigation and astronomy for students found in the catalog.
Navigation and astronomy for students
Ivan E. Allison
Written in English
Charts in pocket.
|Statement||by Ivan E. Allison260 London :|
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|Number of Pages||439|
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The understanding of celestial navigation can be a portal to a greater appreciation of astronomy, the natural world and a deeper respect for the mind s char created its constructs. Far from being a waste of time or a drawing room exercise, the study of celestial navigation can be both practical and enlightening/5(57).
Astronomy For Astro Navigation. This book focuses on those aspects of astronomy that are essential for a complete understanding of astro navigation - a must for sailors, navigators, nautical colleges and navigation tutors. The only book of its kind - no other book focuses on only those aspects of astronomy that are relevant to astro navigation.5/5(1).
Trigonometry in navigation, time-distance formulas and triangulation. Lesson 4: Getting it Right. Effects of errors, corrections and geometry in navigation. Lesson 5: Topo Map Mania.
How to read and use topographical maps, and how to use a compass. Lesson 6: Getting to the Point. How to find position by triangulation. Astronomy For Astro Navigation. This book focuses on those aspects of astronomy that are essential for a complete understanding of astro navigation - a must for sailors, navigators, nautical colleges and navigation tutors.
Teachers and students of many other subjects including geography and mathematics will also find this book interesting, entertaining and very informative.
For navigation, the most interesting star is the North Star or Polaris. Because the Earth's North Pole happens to be aimed at it, it neither rises nor sets but sits at the same spot above the northern horizon all night.
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Natural navigation is a fascinating and satisfying art and is best approached as that. It does not rival astronomical science or modern navigational methods for accurate understanding of what is all around us and how to move through it precisely, but used in a complementary way it can offer a deep sense of connection to the natural world that.
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The book The Stars:A New Way to See Them, by H.A. Rey, explains just everything you need to know about astronomy in order to understand celestial navigation – why sidereal (star) time is four minutes off solar time, how to understand the relation of Polaris and Latitude, what the Ecliptic is, the Precession of the Equinoxes, etc.
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