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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 ...

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.