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Homework Help: Geomatics

Posted by John - PLEASE Help! on Monday, April 11, 2011 at 1:36am.

After shooting the trailing edge of the Sun on 11 April 2008, the observed clockwise angle from the mark to the edge of the sun is 259 degrees- 44 minutes- 51 seconds, the latitude is 32 degrees- 47 minutes- 54 seconds North, the longitude is 079 degrees-57minutes- 38 seconds, the time is 11 hours- 17 minutes - 30 seconds Daylight Savings time. The LaPlace correction is 3seconds. Determine the geodetic bearing to the mark.

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