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Time and navigation

Andrew K. Johnston

Time and navigation

the untold story of getting from here to there

by Andrew K. Johnston

  • 5 Want to read
  • 19 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mobile geographic information systems,
  • Time,
  • Navigation (Aeronautics),
  • Systems and standards,
  • Nautical astronomy,
  • Navigation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (page 214) and index.

    StatementAndrew K. Johnston, Roger D. Connor, Carlene E. Stephens, Paul E. Ceruzzi
    ContributionsConnor, Roger, author, Stephens, Carlene E., 1949- author, Ceruzzi, Paul E., author
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsVK555 .J64 2015
    The Physical Object
    Pagination224 pages
    Number of Pages224
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27180713M
    ISBN 101588344916
    ISBN 109781588344915
    LC Control Number2014027164
    OCLC/WorldCa886484031

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Time and Navigation tells the story of navigation to help us understand where we have been and how we got there so that we can understand where we are going.

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It might seem surprising, but knowing the accurate time is essential for determining position. learn more.

slidejpg. Who Can. The surprising connection between time and place is explored in  Time and Navigation: The Untold Story of Getting from Here to There, the companion book to the National Air and Space Museum exhibition of the same name.

Today we use smartphones and GPS, but navigating has not always been so easy. Excellent historical account of the importance of time measurement and its effect on navigation through the ages. The book has great illustrations and narratives as well as documentary photos.

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A Fellow of the U.S. Institute of Navigation and the Royal Institute of Navigation, he has spent his career writing about and instructing mariners and sailors in the art and science of navigation.

His book Celestial Navigation has recently been updated and reissued in /5(57). Navigating Without a Clock Mariners achieved remarkable feats of exploration using only the simplest tools. Before accurate ship clocks were common, European navigators paid careful attention to time derived from the Sun, Moon, and stars.

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Celestial Navigation. Looking to the Sun and stars navigators began using special instruments to find latitude at sea. Mariners relied on the Sun and stars to tell time and determine their place on the featureless ocean.

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This beautifully illustrated book covers five major periods of navigation history. A marine chronometer is a timepiece that is precise and accurate enough to be used as a portable time standard; it can therefore be used to determine longitude by means of accurately measuring the time of a known fixed location, for example Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and the time at the current location.

When first developed in the 18th century, it was a major technical Classification: Clock. graphic image of the paper chart, called a Raster Navigation chart (RNC); the other is a vector format, which effectively tells the software how to draw the chart each time you use it.

Vector charts are called Electronic Navigation Charts (ENC). For the exercises in this book the RNC format is best suited. Time and Navigation Explore how revolutions in timekeeping over the years have influenced how we find our way.

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