Celestial LOPs Chart Plot LAB J copy

Celestial LOPs Chart Plot LAB J copy - NAVG212Spring2009...

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NAVG 212   Spring 2009 Name: Celestial Lines of Position: Chart Plot Evening Stars (Lab J) C Piloting Techniques Plot the Course(s), bearing(s), LOP(s)  Label      Course(s), bearing(s), LOP(s)as necessary to comply with labeling protocols  1. Construct your plotting with the following parameters: Mid-latitude is  23° North Central Meridian is  168° EAST 2. Plot a 1000 Fix :   22° 17.3’N , 166° 24.7’ E 3. Lay out a course line of 051°T from the 1000 fix.  DR out to 1200; plot each DR out to 1200. 4. What is predicted time of meridian passage of the Sun (LAN) on your track line.  (23 Feb) 5. By running fix, you determine your 1200 position to be  22 °  47’ N, 167 °  00’ E.    Plot the 1200 position and alter course to 052 °T.   DR  out to 2000. 6.
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2010 for the course MT MT 315 taught by Professor Mckoy during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Maritime.

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