[LEAPSECS] leapseconds on trains

Rob Seaman seaman at noao.edu
Thu Nov 17 16:25:37 EST 2011

"Actual stuff"? There's a whole other sermon…

These are tools for characterizing an "actual effect" in the "actual sky" that will affect "actual operations" of the Air Force Space Command.

The proceedings are being finalized and should be available next week. In the mean time feel free to read through the other presentations at:


Extra credit if you can locate the sundial on Mars.

On Nov 17, 2011, at 1:37 PM, Tony Finch wrote:

> Rob Seaman <seaman at noao.edu> wrote:


>>> Can you (or another participant) give me some concrete examples of

>>> stuff that needs leap seconds and don't already have well established

>>> mechanisms for adjusting the time output from their GPS or other time

>>> keeping equipment appropriately?


>> See http://www.cacr.caltech.edu/futureofutc/program/presentations/AAS_11-674_Storz.pptx.pdf


> That describes simulations, not actual stuff.

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