Re: My First Positional Measurements

From: Thomas A. Troszak (
Date: Fri Aug 25 2000 - 06:31:29 PDT

  • Next message: Rainer Kracht: "GEO337"

    Cees Bassa wrote:
    > Next to do is to find the time. I used my watch, which I had synchronized
    > with the time given on the something like CNNtex on TV (please forgive me
    > when this is a stupid way to find an accurate time but it is the best I
    > have at the moment).
    For what it is worth, I use the U.S. Naval Observatory phone line.
    >From U.S. : 1-900-410-TIME
    I think it cost 50 or 75 cents to call, but I only do it once a week and
    the land line does not seem to have any delay, so the time is hould be
    accurate. The time is spoken in English every ten or fifteen seconds
    with "beeps" for each second, and a different "beep" for the minute. The
    time is given in Universal and Eastern time alternately. 
    Tom Troszak, 
    Asheville, NC, USA
    35.601 N, -82.554 W
    Unsubscribe from SeeSat-L by sending a message with 'unsubscribe'
    in the SUBJECT to

    This archive was generated by hypermail 2b29 : Fri Aug 25 2000 - 06:28:46 PDT