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cerrig wrote:
Perhaps you would care to share your methodology George, in the interests of balance and all that. How would you know where the horizon is in Cornwall?

The methodology is very simple and understood by anyone who knows anything about astronomy . I wouldn't have a problem going over it ,and have done so often enough in the past . But seeing as you are being less than forthcoming I don't see why I should bother . The info is freely available in the literature and on the web .
Here's a basic starter .
The horizon in Cornwall ,like anywhere depends where you are, in this case where in Cornwall, (men an tol ) and in what direction you are looking .

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7th May 2016ce

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