NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 3
Published: 1951

   Volume 3, Number 1&2 (1951)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
EARLY NAVIGATION MANUALS Grenville D. Zerfass3 - 9
UNIFICATION OF THE AIR ALMANAC AND THE AMERICAN AIR ALMANAC G. M. Clemence and D. H. Sadler9 - 11
ASTRONOMICAL FORMULAE FOR USE IN NAVIGATION Charles Fox12 - 15
THE ORIGINAL STAR FINDER Captain Gilbert T. Rude15 - 16
SOME FACTORS IN THE FUTURE OF AIR NAVIGATION Edward Warner17 - 23
SOME SUGGESTIONS FOR MORE PRECISE LORAN NAVIGATION Arthur R. Miller23 - 29
TRANSPOLAR CELESTIAL FOR HIGH SPEED NAVIGATION Thoburn C. Lyon29 - 33
ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AT LOW ANGULAR ALTITUDES IN THE TEMPERATE ZONES Charles H. Smiley33 - 36
REFRACTION NEAR THE HORIZON G. M. Clemence36 - 41
LOW ALTITUDE REFRACTION CORRECTION Captain Raleigh C. Willems41 - 45
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF AIRCRAFT IN A.T.C. SYSTEM Winslow Palmer45 - 49
LUNAR PARALLAX METHOD OF ASTRO NAVIGATION J. S. Thompson50 - 57
INTERPLANETARY NAVIGATION Samuel Herrick57 - 59
DYNAMIC ASPECT OF ERRORS IN RADIO NAVIGATION SYSTEMS PARTICULARLY IN CASES OF FAST MOVING RECEIVERS OR TRANSMITTERS H. Busignies60 - 62
BOOK REVIEWS -62 - 64
   Volume 3, Number 10 (1953)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE POCKET NAUTICAL ALMANAC Paul E. Wylie349 - 352
PERSONAL EQUATION AND THE MODERN MARINE SEXTANT Charles H. Smiley and Mark Quirk353 - 356
A PICTORIAL FLYING COMPUTER Arthur B. Sperry356 - 359
THE APPLICATION OF RADIOTELEPHONY TO THE NAVIGATIONAL AND OPERATIONAL NEEDS OF THE MARITIME SERVICE C. M. Jansky, Jr.359 - 363
STATUS OF AIR NAVIGATION TRAFFIC CONTROL SYSTEM Hamilton I. Rothrock363 - 368
INDEX TO VOLUME 3 OF NAVIGATION (this wasn't included in the original table of contents) -364 - 364
IMPACT OF MILITARY DEVELOPMENTS ON FUTURE NAVIGATION John M. Wuerth368 - 373
ABSTRACTS -373 - 375
THE READER'S LOG -375 - 375
CORPORATE MEMBERS -376 - 377
MEETINGS -377 - 377
THURLOW NAVIGATION AWARD -378 - 378
   Volume 3, Number 3 (1952)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
FOREWORD -66 - 66
A TWILIGHT COMPUTER AND PLANISPHERE FOR HIGH LATITUDE NAVIGATION J. W. Cox and S/L K. R. Greenaway, RCAF67 - 73
THE DESIGN OF AERONAUTICAL CHARTS Rolland H. Waters and Edward W. Bishop73 - 78
NORWAY-ALASKA VIA 900 NORTH LATITUDE Captain Charles F. Blair, Jr.78 - 80
ATMOSPHERIC REFRACTION AT LOW ANGULAR ALTITUDES IN THE POLAR REGIONS Charles H. Smiley81 - 84
FLIGHT NAVIGATION TECHNIQUES ACROSS THE PACIFIC Robert S. Nielsen84 - 89
THE INTERNATIONAL HYDROGRAPHIC BUREAU Rear Admiral C. L. Nichols89 - 93
H. O. 249 REVISED John Dohm93 - 94
Book REVIEWS -94 - 97
MEETINGS -98 - 100
MEMBERSHIP LIST -100 - 100
   Volume 3, Number 4 (1952)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
FOREWORD -102 - 102
NATHANIEL BOWDITCH Grenville D. Zerfass103 - 103
POLAR NAVIGATION Captain J. O. Sanders104 - 108
TYCHO BRAHE Samuel Herrick108 - 109
CONCERNING THE APPARENT DIFFERENCE IN THE SIZE OF THE SUN AT NOON AND AT SUNSET Captain Raleigh C. Willems110 -
PRECISE ASTRONOMICAL FIXES Giles G. Healey110 - 117
TIMEKEEPING . Captain P. V. H. Weems117 - 120
EXPEDITIONS OF THE FRENCH ACADEMY OF SCIENCES, 1735 Seymour L. Chapin120 - 122
CONSIDERATION OF VARIOUS TERRESTIAL COORDINATE SYSTEMS Walter B. Nash123 - 128
RADIO AIDS TO NAVIGATION Lieutenant A. G. Watson129 - 131
TWO MIRRORS: THE STORY OF THE INVENTION OF THE SEXTANT Grenville D. Zerfass131 - 137
MEETINGS -137 - 138
CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP NEWS -138 - 139
NORTH PACIFIC RADIO WARNING SERVICE -139 - 140
   Volume 3, Number 5 (1952)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
FOREWORD -142 - 142
A SHORT HISTORY OF THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATION John W. Calvert142 -
ANNUAL SUMMARY OF PROGRESS IN NAVIGATIONAL SCIENCE, 1951 Commander E. A. Beito148 - 153
THE AIR NAVIGATION DEVELOPMENT BOARD Bert A. Denicke153 - 158
NOTE ON THE SELECTION OF STARS FOR NAVIGATION Charles H. Smiley158 - 160
NATHANIEL BOWDITCH AND HIS WORK Paul E. Wylie160 - 168
SUGGESTION FOR MEASUREMENT OF REFRACTION Robert W. Byerly169 - 171
EVALUATION OF REQUIREMENTS FOR NAVIGATION SPECIALISTS IN AVIATION Henri Almin172 - 175
THE AIR FORCE OBSERVER Colonel Eldine F. Perrin175 - 177
THURLOW AWARD WINNER -177 - 178
CORPORATE MEMBERS -178 - 179
   Volume 3, Number 6 (1952)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
AIRBORNE NAVIGATIONAL RECORDERS John C. Bellamy182 - 188
A SURVEY OF THE EFFORTS TO DETERMINE LONGITUDE AT SEA, 1660-1760 Seymour L. Chapin188 - 191
THE DESIGN OF AERONAUTICAL CHARTS John E. Murray and Rolland H. Waters192 - 198
THE NAVIGATIONAL USES OF LOW RADIO FREQUENCIES J. A. Pierce198 - 204
PARADOX OF PROXIMITY Commander E. S. Quilter204 - 205
WHAT GEOMAGNETISM MEANS TO NAVIGATORS Captain Elliott B. Roberts206 - 213
BOOK REVIEWS -213 - 217
CORPORATE MEMBERS -218 - 219
MEETINGS -219 - 219
   Volume 3, Number 7 (1953)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
ANNUAL SUMMARY OF PROGRESS IN NAVIGATIONAL SCIENCE, 1952 Rear Admiral Robert W. Knox222 - 226
SELECTED STARS 1953 ALMANACS Commander Edwin A. Beito226 - 228
BUBBLE ACCELERATION Major Robert Sullivan229 - 231
WHAT'S OUR SPEED? THE EVOLUTION OF SHIP-LOGS Grenville D. Zerfass232 - 239
H.O. 249 AND THE NEW AIR ALMANAC John Dohm239 - 242
A SURVEY OF THE EFFORTS TO DETERMINE LONGITUDE AT SEA, 1660-1760. PART 11: THE USE OF CELESTIAL BODIES Seymour L. Chapin242 - 249
THE CADAMETER Rear Admiral M. R. Pierce250 - 261
ACCURACY: AN EDITORIAL COMMENT -262 - 262
BOOK REVIEWS -263 - 264
MEETINGS -264 - 266
NEWS -266 - 268
CORPORATE MEMBERS -266 -
   Volume 3, Number 8 (1953)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
CHART ALTITUDE AS A FUNCTION OF HYPSOMETRIC LAYER TINTS Erhardt A. Siebert and John E. Dornbach270 - 274
TRUE AZIMUTH OF POLARIS BY NOMOGRAM J. G. van de Flier274 - 276
LIGHTSHIPS: AND THE NEW AMBROSE CHANNEL LIGHTSHIP Grenville D. Zerfass276 - 285
PROBLEMS OF A SMALL BOAT SKIPPER Richard S. Nye286 - 289
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE USE OF LORAN C. W. Davis289 - 296
A SURVEY OF THE EFFORTS TO DETERMINE LONGITUDE AT SEA, 1660-1760. PART III: A PERFECT TIMEKEEPER Seymour L. Chapin296 - 303
THE NAUTICAL AND STATUTE MILE CONTROVERSY Commander E. R. McCarthy303 - 305
BOOK REVIEWS -305 - 306
CORPORATE MEMBERS -306 - 306
MEETINGS -307 -
NEW PUBLICATIONS -307 - 307
NEWS -308 - 308
   Volume 3, Number 9 (1953)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
NAVIGATION WITHOUT MATHEMATICS? Rear Admiral Alfred C. Richmond310 - 317
A DOWN-TO-EARTH VIEW OF SPACE FLIGHT Milton W. Rosen318 - 321
REQUIREMENTS FOR AERONAUTICAL CHARTS Commander E. R. McCarthy322 - 324
CONSTANT COMPASS HEADING FOR GREAT CIRCLE NAVIGATION, AND THE N-1 COMPASS SYSTEM LeRoy D. Allen325 - 333
NAUTICAL AND STATUTE MILE CONTROVERSY Merrill Armour333 - 336
SIMPLIFIED STAR PLOTTING Commander H. W. Dusinberre336 - 338
FIXES, AND HOW TO GET OUT OF THEM Commander H. W. Dusinberre339 - 340
A LOW-FREQUENCY IONOSPHERE RECORDER National Bureau of Standards340 - 343
THE READER'S LOG -344 - 348
CORPORATE MEMBERS -346 - 346