Difference between revisions of "Geographical Range"

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The greatest distance at which an object or a light source can be seen under conditions of perfect visibility, as limited only by the curvature of the earth, by refraction of the atmosphere, and by the elevation of the observer and the object or light.
  
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The maximum distance at which light from a light or other aid to navigation can reach an observer, as limited only by the curvature of the earth and refraction in the atmosphere and by the heights of the observer and of the light or aid.
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Source: ENG7, Guideline G1065 (2017)
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Revision as of 15:10, 18 February 2018

The greatest distance at which an object or a light source can be seen under conditions of perfect visibility, as limited only by the curvature of the earth, by refraction of the atmosphere, and by the elevation of the observer and the object or light.

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Source: ENG7, Guideline G1065 (2017)