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ASSIGNMENT 11 Textbook Assignment: "Celestial Observations and Sight Reduction Methods (continued)," and "Weather  Observation,"  chapters  9  and  10,  pages  9-32  through  10-13. 11-1. The H.O. 249 method of sight reduction is less accurate than the H.O. 229 method. 11-2. 11-3. 1. True 2. False H.O. 249 is also known as which of the  following  manuals? 1. 2. 3. 4. Navigation Almanac Air  Almanac Sight  reduction  tables  for  Air Navigation Nautical   Almanac Which of the following is a high magnitude  star? 1. ALTAIR 2. NUNKI 3. VEGA 4. KOCHAB IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 11-4 AND 11-5, REFER TO FIGURE 9-18 IN YOUR TEXT. 11-4. What is/are the disadvantage(s) of using the H.O. 249 method of sight reduction? 1. H.O. 249 lists specific stars to use 2. H.O. 249 is only useful in lower  latitudes 3. H.O. 249 is only useful in higher  latitudes 4. All of the above 11-5. When entering H.O. 249 to obtain the  preferred  stars,  what information  must  be  known? 1. Latitude and GHA 2. Latitude and LHA only 3. Latitude and SHA 4. Latitude,  LHA,  and  the  star's name 11-6. What is the result of two morning sunlines and an LOP of LAN? 1. A noon celestial running fix 2. A noon celestial EP 3. A noon celestial AP 4. A running fix IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 11-7 THROUGH 11-11 REFER TO FIGURES 11-A AND 11-B (EXCERPTS FROM  THE  NAUTICAL  ALMANAC).  FIGURES  11-A AND 11-B ARE LOCATED AT THE END OF THIS ASSIGNMENT. YOUR SHIP IS UNDERWAY IN THE ATLANTIC AND YOU SHOOT LAN. THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION  IS  GIVEN: DATE: 1 AUGUST 1984 DR LATITUDE: 32°20.1N DR LONGITUDE: 17°50.0W ZT LAN OBSERVED: 1218 IC: 1.5 hs: 75°20.1' HEIGHT OF EYE: 60 FT 11-7. What  is  the  standard  meridian? 11-8. 11-9. 11-10. 11-11. 11-12. 1. 2. 7 1/2° 3. 15° 4. 22 1/2° What is the d longitude (arc)? 1. 1° 50' 2. 1° 45' 3. 2° 15' 4. 2° 50' What  is  the  d  longitude  (time)? 1. 8 min 2. 10 min 3. 11 min 4. 14 min What is the local mean time of meridian  passage? 1. 1206 2. 1218 3. 1230 4. 1300 What is the ZT LAN (1st est)? 1. 1206 2. 1216 3. 1217 4. 1218 What is the oldest method of determining  meridian  altitude  of the Sun? 1. Maximum  altitude 2. Numerous  sights 3. Maximum  sights 4. Maximum azimuth 71

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