However, ignoring the effect of atmospheric refraction, distance to the horizon
from an observer close to the ...
Distance Tables. This page contains the following tables: Distance to Horizon (
height in meter and distance in km). Distance to Horizon (height in feet and ...
This is a rough guide to determine the distance of the horizon based on the
observer's height above mean sea level. The screen will work in Metric or
Jan 15, 2009 ... The horizon is a semi-mythical distance, used in poetry as a ...... globe, therefore
you're too dumb to speak correctly / figure out a chart / etc…”
The following table shows the distance from an observer to the horizon,
assuming no ... The distance to the horizon is simply an upper limit to how far
away it is ...
Jan 20, 2010 ... With this calculator you can estimate the distance to the horizon or to an object
above the horizon that you observe at the sea. The result is not ...
Distance to Horizon. From a height of about 6 feet the horizon is about 3 miles
away. If the feature is further away than the horizon it needs to be cropped to ...
The distance of the visible horizon is a (semi-empirical) function of Eye Height: ...
The object's elevation (the height of a light above chart datum ) can be found in ...
Horizon calculator - radar and visual. ... m, km, nmi, mi, ft, yd. Height h2. m, km,
nmi, mi, ft, yd. Radar Horizon. m, km, nmi, mi, ft, yd. Visual Horizon. m, km, nmi, mi
h0 = Eye height. feet. d0 = Target distance. miles. Calculate. d1 = Horizon
distance. NaN. miles. h1 = Target hidden height. NaN. feet. Horizon h0 h1 Target