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Visibility of Lights, Continued Understanding There  are  several  terms  associated  with  any  light’s  visibility.  Figure  4-3 the will  help  you  to  visualize  the  relationships  existing  among  these  terms  as Relationships they  apply  in  a  situation  in  which  an  observer  with  a  height  of  50  feet  is Among  Terms located  exactly  at  the  computed  range  to  a  light  having  a  geographic range  of  11.7  miles  and  a  nominal  range  of  15  miles.  Review  figure  4-3 and  the  associated  terms  list  on  the  next  page. Figure  4-3.  Relationship  of  light  visibility  terms. 4-9

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