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HOW to Reduce a Sunline Using Pub 229, Continued OPNAV 3130/30 ACTION Completed Strip Pub 229 Naut Alm Form Dec  Inc  /d Dec  Inc  =  True  Dec  min.  only  /  d  =  d  from 17.6 / +38.1 Pub  229  entered  with  whole  degrees  of LHA,  Dec,  and  Lat.  (See  fig.  9-10.) Tens  /  DSD Enter  from  the  Pub  229  interpolation  tables +   8.8 located  on  the  inside  of  the  front  and  back cover.   (See   fig.   9-11.) Units  /  DSD  corr Same as above. + 2.4 Total  Corr Total  of  tens  and  units. + 11.2 Hc (Tab) Enter  from  Pub  229. 26° 07.5' Hc (Comp) Apply  Total  Corr  to  Hc  (Tab). 26° 18.7' Ho Drop  Ho  down  from  the  top  of  the  form. 25° 53.3’ a Subtract  the  higher  value  of  either A 25.4 Hc(Comp)  or  Ho  from  the  other.  In  this case,  Ho  is  subtracted  from  Hc(Comp). Z Zn The  A  means  away.  We  will  fully  explain Towards  and  Away  when  we  plot  the  LOP. Enter  from  Pub  229.  Apply  the  rules  for  2 just  as  with  our  azimuth  problem. LHA  is  greater  than  180  so  Zn  =  Z. 105.8 105.8 We  have  now  completed  the  sight  reduction  solution  for  a  sunline.  The  goal was  to  obtain  an  LOP.  Where  is  the  LOP  you  ask?  Everything  we  need  is right  here.  We  will  use  the  Zn  (true  bearing),  a  (intercept),  and  assumed position  to  plot  our  LOP.  Let’s  move  on  to  that  task  right  now. 9-26

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