en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horizon

Graphs of **distances** to the true **horizon** on Earth for a ... h in the term (2R + h),
and the **formula** becomes-.

www.boatsafe.com/nauticalknowhow/distance.htm

How could you calculate the **distance** to the **horizon** or the "**distance** off" if you ...
your height of eye is 9 feet above the surface of the water, the **formula** would be:.

www.wikihow.com/Calculate-the-Distance-to-the-Horizon

Calculate the actual **distance** you'd have to traverse to get to the **horizon** by using
the following **formula**. d = R * arccos(R/(R + h)), where • d = **distance** to **horizon**

www.ringbell.co.uk/info/hdist.htm

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
Imperial ...

www.dummies.com/education/math/geometry/how-to-determine-the-distance-to-the-horizon

You can use the following **formula** to figure out how far the **horizon** is from you ...
standing on the shore, then you can also estimate the **distance** to the **horizon** by ...

www.slate.com/blogs/bad_astronomy/2009/01/15/how_far_away_is_the_horizon.html

Jan 15, 2009 **...** The **horizon** is a semi-mythical **distance**, used in poetry as a metaphor ... above
the surface, R+h. This gives us the following algebraic **formula**: ...

sites.math.washington.edu/~conroy/m120-general/horizon.pdf

**distance** along the surface of the earth to the **horizon**. The angle θ is ... To check
our calculations, we can work out an “exact” **formula** and compare. The angle θ ...

rechneronline.de/sehwinkel/distance-horizon.php

Calculator for the **distance** from the **horizon** from a viewpoint. ... **Formulas**: c = f * (
√a + √b ) The unit of f is 1000 * √m f = √2R R is the mean Earth radius in ...

www.phy6.org/stargaze/Shorizon.htm

Apr 1, 2014 **...** Deriving the **distance** to the **horizon**; part of an educational resource on
astronomy, physics and space.