You may have other options.....use Alta Vista or other search engine, and
type in NV3Z, who happens to be the author of a program that generates
great circle maps customized to your order (for no charge..) The Great
Circle Maps (Azimuthal Equidistant) also have options for printing grey
lines for any given date....You can download his software, or do the GC
map interactively over the net...takes about 5 minutes to draw and print
over the net. Also there exists a software Globe plotting program
called Geoclock which automatically plots grey line....much like the old
geochron wall clock...
73, DX de Pat AA6EG/N6IJ The Contest Station from the Government...
On Mon, 21 Jul 1997, Steve Weisbrod wrote:
> In ON4UN's Low band DX book he mentions a globe that shows grey-line. It
> is made by Columbus Verlag. This Globe is apparently not sold in the
> states. I have not been able to find Columbus Verlag. Does anyone
> anywhere know where I can order one of these Globes?
> Steve W8GAZ
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