[LEAPSECS] Schedule for success
Richard B. Langley
lang at unb.ca
Wed Dec 31 10:48:31 EST 2008
Quoting Poul-Henning Kamp <phk at phk.freebsd.dk>:
> And since WGS84 is not rigidly linked to ITRS, doesn't that mean
> that in order to use DUT1 broadcasts to point a telescope (precisely)
> you also need to the ITRS/WGS84 difference at your place ?
> Has anybody calculated what the worst case DUT1 difference is in
> the WGS84 datum ?
The current version of WGS84 differs from the current version of ITRF by only a few
centimetres. WGS84 was purposely updated to agree as closely as possibly with ITRF.
Richard B. Langley E-mail: lang at unb.ca
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