Chart 81F overall view

A narrow "V" type pattern in the center, with two wings operating on an LCD of 7 ru. Chart 81F expanded view


Chart 81G overall view

A sunple one operating quite accurately on an LCD of 6.6 ru. Chart 81G expanded view


Chart 82A overall view

Here we use an LCD of 6 ru. Chart 82A expanded view


Chart 82B overall view

With an LCD of approximately 4 ru, we find the +X axis is along the ray for #100, and the +Y axis along the ray for #71. There is one "V" type cluster hugging the Y axis and a second narrower V involving #93 and #87. Chart 82B expanded view


Chart 82C overall view

There are two different patterns on this chart: which are not directly related. The first is the impressive and accurate straight line relation of #76 at 15.8 ru doubling to 31.5 ru at #50. The second cluster, with an LCD of 8.5 ru, has a +X axis along #99 and a +Y axis near #70, with a "V" type spray along the Y axis. The angles between the "V" spray rays look visually symmetrical. Chart 82C expanded view


Chart 82D overall view

This sample operates on an LCD of 5.5 ru. The hardcore of this pattern is the balancing of #84 (5.6 ru) opposite to #96 (5.5 ru); and the balancing of #80 (11 ru) opposite to #91 (10.8 ru)--all close in to the center. Visual inspection shows #96, #82,#84, #57, and #44 clustering into one narrow beam, while #80,#82,#94,#91,#87, #90, and #63 all clustering into another beam (just not so narrow). Chart 82D expanded view


Chart 82E overall view

Another straight-forward example with an LCD of 13 ru. Chart 82E expanded view


Chart 84A overall view

A two-axis formation with an LCD of 12 ru. Chart 84A expanded view


Chart 84B overall view

With an LCD of 7 ru, we get two significant rings: one at 14 ru, and the other one at 42 ru. Chart 84B expanded view


Chart 84C overall view

A rake with an LCD of 5.6 ru. Chart 84C expanded view


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