Re: Where is Azimuth = 0?

Ed Cannon (ecannon@mail.utexas.edu)
Fri, 18 Apr 1997 23:16:10 -0400

Once we determine where azimuth = 0 is, let's work on azi. = 360.

Could the uncertainty about azimuth have anything to do with the 
newly reported anisotropy of the universe (with respect to the
unequal polarization of light from various distant galaxies)?  

(Should I have included a smiley for the humor-impaired?)

In Quicksat 2.10B and later, "...(A in column 8 on line 16 of 
the control file) will cause a 180 degree change in the azimuth 
definition."

No HST seen tonight -- thick clouds got here before it did.

Ed Cannon
Austin, Texas, USA