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Finding North by the Pole Star 3 Star Map and Compass Lesson 4
0305MAC04PP Revision How do you set a compass for night marching?
0305MAC04PP The Aim The aim of this lesson is to teach you how to find North using the stars, this will help you when your navigating a route at night.
0305MAC04PP Finding North The Great Bear or Plough North Star (Polaris) The Two Pointers
0305MAC04PP Finding North TIME 20:0022:0000:0004:0002:00
0305MAC04PP Finding North Questions?
0305MAC04PP Finding North Summary
0305MAC04PP Finding North END
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