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4 To update an entry, click the appropriate line. Modify the entry and
5 To delete an entry, right-click the appropriate line and select Delete.
6 To add a signature, click the appropriate signature field.
The Scheduling Officer, Operations Officer, Commanding Officer,
Safety Officer, or Maintenance Officer box appears.
7 Type your Login ID and Password and click OK.
The signature is affixed to the document and the Scheduler Aircraft
window appears. Chapter 3 Flight Subsystem 65 Maintain Astronomical Data
The Maintain Astronomical Data option enables you to perform the
following tasks in order to keep the Schedule Report with the appropriate
! view the default settings derived from the Update Activity Data
window ! attach the astronomical data based on the default entries for the
current date ! compute new time zone, latitude, and longitude that may be used for
future flight schedule for another site ! gather informational calculations The setting of astronomical data for a different site is necessary in
instances such as when a detachment is deployed.
Note: To ensure that the astronomical data is correct, see the website:
http://aa.usno.navy.mil (see http://aa.usno.navy.mil"). # To view the default settings:
1 Open the Flight Subsystem (see "How to Access the Flight
Subsystem" on page 60). 2 Click the Maintain Astronomical Data button
or go to the
Actions menu and select Maintain Astronomical Data.
The Maintain Astronomical Data window appears with the default
3 Click Close to return to the Scheduler window.
4 To attach the astronomical data for the current date flight events:
a) After the first event of the day is created, click Maintain
Astronomical Data or go to the Actions menu and select
Maintain Astronomical Data.
b) Click Compute and click Save.
c) The Update Astro Data response box appears prompting you to
update the astronomical data. Click Yes.
d) This process changes the astronomical data on the Schedule
Report for the current date.
e) Click Close to return to the Scheduler window. # To compute astronomical data for a new site and different date:
1 Once the first event for the new site is completed, click Maintain
Astronomical Data or go to the Actions menu and select Maintain
Astronomical Data. 2 Change the time zone, if required.
3 Enter the new latitude and longitude. 66 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA 4 Click Compute and click Save.
5 The Update Astro Data response box appears. Click Yes.
This process changes the astronomical data on the Schedule Report
on that specific date and different location.
6 Click Close to return to the Scheduler window. # To calculate astronomical data for informational purposes:
1 On the Maintain Astronomical Data window, change the time zone,
latitude, and longitude. 2 Click Compute and the data is reflected on the right hand side.
3 Click Close to ret...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.
- Fall '13