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markw@...
 

Where is a good internet site for latitude and longitude coordinates to plug into the GOTO keypad?


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Bobby Middleton <bobm@...>
 

-----Original Message-----
From: markw@primenet.com

Where is a good internet site for latitude and longitude
coordinates to plug into the GOTO keypad?

Try this; you'll have to do a bit of navigating to get to your site.
http://tiger.census.gov/cgi-bin/mapbrowse-tbl

This is my first post and I would like to say hello to everyone.
I have been lurking a bit and saw some old mapugers and APML'ers
who I am familiar with. I took delivery of my new AP 1200 gto
last Tuesday. Haven't had much time to mess with it yet. I will
have to mount it upon my pier in my roll-off observatory
which will take a bit of tinkering getting everything connected.
I'm sure I will be asking for advice as time permits me to get
"up and running".

Bobby Middleton

http://www.koyote.com/users/bobm/astro1.htm



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Paul Gustafson <drgus@...>
 

Try http://tiger.census.gov/cgi-bin/mapbrowse-tbl/ It takes a little
drilling down to get your info.

I use the personal mapping program Streets 2000--lat and long coordinates
display for the cursor position, quick and easy.

If you have TheSky, under site information you'll find the long and lat of
your city (if it is one of those listed), but no more accurate than that.
However, that's probably close enough.

Regards,
Paul Gustafson

Where is a good internet site for latitude and longitude
coordinates to plug into the GOTO keypad?


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RCK <rkuberek@...>
 

Mark,

Try one of these:

http://www.etakguide.com/
http://www.mapblast.com/mblast/map.mb?&IC=::8:&CMD=GEO
http://www2.gsoc.dlr.de/scripts/satvis/satvis.asp

Bob Kuberek


markw@primenet.com wrote:

Where is a good internet site for latitude and longitude coordinates to plug into the GOTO keypad?

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