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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 6
Published: 1958

   Volume 6, Number 1 (1958)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
SPACE NAVIGATION AND THE INSTITUTESamuel Herrick3 - 4
ERROR ANALYSIS OF KEPLERIAN FLIGHTS INVOLVING A SINGLE CENTRAL FORCE FIELD AND TRANSFER BETWEEN TWO CENTRAL FORCE FIELDSKrafft A. Ehricke5 - 23
STAR TRACKERSCapt. Elbridge P. Eaton, Jr.24 - 29
INERTIAL GUIDANCE AND SPACE NAVIGATIONDonald B. Duncan30 - 33
THE FAR SIDE PROGRAMHerbert L. Karsch34 - 42
A SURVEY OF CONDITIONS ON MARS AND VENUSRobert S. Richardson43 - 46
POWERED FLIGHTJerry A. Orr47 - 50
LUNAR TRAJECTORY MECHANICSLouis G. Walters51 - 58
ATTITUDE CONTROL: A PANEL DISCUSSION PROBLEMS AND PRINCIPLESR. E. Roberson59 - 61
SATELLITE LIBRATIONSW. B. Klemperer62 - 63
PASSIVE STABILITY OF A SATELLITE VEHICLERobert M. L. Baker, Jr.64 - 65
CORPORATE MEMBERS-65 - 65
ATTITUDE CONTROL TECHNIQUESEllwyn E. Angle66 - 71
BOOK REVIEW-72 - 72
   Volume 6, Number 2 (1958)
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NAVIGATION AND POWERVernon Weihe75 - 77
THE INSTITUTE AND NAVIGATION'S THIRD DIMENSIONHenry F. Rempt78 - 78
POLAR ROUTE NAVIGATIONEinar S. Pedersen79 - 85
WEATHER INFORMATION AS AN AIR NAVIGATION AID ON THE POLAR ROUTEJohn Larsen86 - 88
ANTARCTICAJames L. B. Cowan89 - 94
USE OF SATELLITES FOR NAVIGATIONCommander Alton B. Moody95 - 101
A NOVEL CONCEPT FOR APPLICATION TO THE CONTROL OF AIRWAYS TRAFFICBrig. Gen. P. C. Sandretto and Mortimer Rogoff102 - 107
HAROLD GATTY AS WE KNEW HIMCapt. P. V. H. Weems108 - 112
THE QUEENSLAND COAST AND TORRES STRAIT PILOT SERVICER. Lloyd Harry113 - 115
AERONAUTICAL VIDEO PLATESHenry A. Thomas116 - 119
THE SEARCH FOR SELF-CONTAINED NAVIGATION AIDSRichard Y. Miner120 - 123
THURLOW AWARD CITATION FOR 1957-124 - 124
A PROPOSAL FOR A SURVIVAL SEXTANTLeonard E. Gray126 - 127
THE ZENITH INDICATOR POSITION INSTRUMENTLt. J. D. Bottoms128 - 129
BOOK REVIEWS-130 - 131
CORRESPONDENCE-132 - 132
   Volume 6, Number 3 (1958)
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THE SIGNIFICANCE OF DOPPLER IN JET TRANSPORTSJ. S. Myers135 - 137
THE USE OF DOPPLER BY THE UNITED STATES AIR FORCEMajor Robert E. Whiting138 - 146
DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR THE APN-79 AIRBORNE DOPPLER NAVIGATION SYSTEMGeorge M. Miller147 - 156
THE U.S. NAVY HYDROGRAPHIC OFFICE SHIP ROUTING PROGRAMGeorge L. Hanssen157 - 165
AIDING THE INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMFrederick Stevens166 - 174
NAVIGATIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR THE RETURN TRIP FROM A SPACE VOYAGERobert M. L. Baker, Jr.175 - 181
AN AUTOMATIC ASTRO COMPASSDavid B. Nichinson182 - 189
SUB-ICE POSITIONING IN THE ARCTIC BASINRear Adm. Charles W. Thomas190 - 194
AN IMPROVED METHOD OF PRESSURE PATTERN FLIGHT TAKING INTO ACCOUNT TEMPERATUREWilly Partl195 - 197
BOOK REVIEW-198 - 198
   Volume 6, Number 4 (1958)
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SONAR AND THE FOURTH DIMENSIONGeorge Rand203 - 216
SOME PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS IN FLYING THE WESTERN AND CENTRAL PACIFIC JETSTREAMSJohn G. Cronin217 - 233
POLYNESIAN NAVIGATIONAL STONESCapt. Brett Hilder234 - 239
CONSIDERATIONS ON INERTIAL GUIDANCE FOR MISSILESF. K. Mueller240 - 251
EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATION OF SPACE VEHICLESRichard Y. Miner252 - 263
THE INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE NAVIGATORS' COUNCILW. Wilson264 - 266
A CIRCULAR RADIO FACILITY CHARTCapt. George M. Boyd267 - 269
PORTABLE, TRANSISTORIZED RAYDIST-270 - 270
BOOK REVIEWS-271 - 272
   Volume 6, Number 5 (1959)
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INERTIAL NAVIGATION IN SUBMARINE POLAR OPERATIONS OF 1958T. E. Curtis and J. M. Slater275 - 283
PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS AND FUTURE OUTLOOK OF DOPPLER NAVIGATION SYSTEMSWalter R. Fried284 - 292
SPATIAL VIATORIC POSITION FIXING FROM THE VEHICLE: TWO METHODSCharles T. Dozier293 - 296
FOOD AND OXYGEN IN SPACE TRAVELCapt. Norman Lee Barr (MC)297 - 299
RECENT AIR NAVIGATION DEVELOPMENTSAllan E. Horning300 - 303
THE COMPUTER JOINS THE FLIGHT CREWRobert R. Williamson304 - 309
THE LIMACON OF PASCAL AS A BASIS FOR COMPUTED AND GRAPHIC METHODS OF DETERMINING ASTRONOMIC POSITIONSAlfred H. Kerrick310 - 316
CELESTIAL NAVIGATION WITHOUT A VERTICAL REFERENCEPhillip R. Burton317 - 320
COMBINED DOPPLER RADAR AND INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMSDonald B. Duncan321 - 327
THE NEW BOWDITCH: A REVIEWGrenville D. Zerfass328 - 333
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE-334 - 336
   Volume 6, Number 6 (1959)
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SUBMARINE NAVIGATIONLieut. William P. St. Lawrence, Jr.343 - 346
A PRECISION GYROCOMPASS FOR USE ON FIXED BASESM. E. Campbell and J. M. Slater347 - 353
PRECISE SHIP POSITIONINGLt. Comdr. Guy E. Thompson354 - 357
GLOBAL NAVIGATION DISPLAYRobert H. Courtney, Jr., Milton Goldin, and Marshall M. Risdon358 - 364
CHANGES OF MAGNETIC STRUCTURE IN A NEW STEEL TRAWLER.William V. Kielhorn and Henry W. Klimm, Jr.365 - 369
AN EXTENSION OF THE GEOGRAPHICAL COORDINATE SYSTEM AS APPLIED TO AUTOMATIC GROUND POSITION COMPUTATIONGlenn B. Shoemaker370 - 373
ISENTROPIC THERMAL SHEAR IN METEOROLOGICAL NAVIGATIONWillibald Partl374 - 382
CHARTS FOR AMERICA'S FASTEST GROWING FLEETRear Adm. Charles Pierce383 - 389
ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION OF AERONAUTICAL CHARTSJohn D. Kay390 - 395
PRESIDENTIAL REMARKS FROM THE ANNUAL MEETINGHenry F. Rempt396 - 397
THE INSTITUTE AND THE SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGECapt. Alton B. Moody398 - 399
THURLOW AWARD CITATION FOR 1958-400 - 401
CORRESPONDENCE-402 - 404
BOOK REVIEWS-405 - 407
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-408 - 411
NEW CORPORATE MEMBERS-412 - 412
   Volume 6, Number 7 (1959)
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THE ARGENTINE ANTARCTIC SURVEY EXPEDITION OF 1958-59Everett L. Merritt415 - 438
ICE AND SUBSURFACE NAVIGATIONWalter I. Wittmann439 - 443
SPACE AND THE INSTITUTE OF NAVIGATIONPaul Rosenberg444 - 444
SATELLITE RENDEZVOUS NAVIGATIONAL REQUIREMENTSNorman V. Petersen, Leonard Pode, and Leroy R. Hoover445 - 459
APPLICATION OF DOPPLER TECHNIQUESF. B. Berger460 - 464
AN INERTIAL NAVIGATOR'S VIEW OF OLD AND NEW GYROSCOPESFrances Richey465 - 469
THE RHUMB LINE ON THE ELLIPSOIDAL EARTHRalph Hoyt Bacon470 - 474
A PROPOSAL FOR A NEW METHOD OF CELESTIAL SIGHT REDUCTION AND LINE-OF-POSITION PLOTTINGDan N. Hurwitz475 - 478
BOOK REVIEWS-479 - 482
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-483 - 484
   Volume 6, Number 8 (1959)
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THE VECTOR ANALOG COMPUTERE. Stuart Perkins487 - 496
THE LOCTRACS AIR TRAFFIC SURVEILLANCE SYSTEMKenneth Bailey497 - 506
RANGE PERFORMANCE OF MARINE RADARDavid E. Kenyon507 - 515
SURVIVAL POSITION LOCATION USING STAR SIGHTINGE. H. Sharkey516 - 525
INTERPLANETARY NAVIGATION: AN EXTENSION OF AN ANCIENT ARTE. V. Stearns and W. E. Frye526 - 535
HIGH ALTITUDE FLIGHT MEASUREMENTS OF VOR, TACAN, AND VORTACArthur E. Jenks, J. Chester Shimp, and Bascom N. Lockett536 - 539
NEW DEVELOPMENTS IN VISUAL RADIO DIRECTION FINDERSM. Wachtler540 - 544
NOTES AND COMMENT-545 - 548
THE INSTITUTES PROFESSIONAL FILE-549 - 552
NEW CORPORATE MEMBERS-553 - 555
INDEX TO VOLUME 6 OF NAVIGATION-557 - 557