I believe you can take UTC, subtract (or add) your normal time zone hours, and then add 1 to it (for some reason, I'm UTC-6 hours (U.S. Central time zone), but in the manual it states that my time zone is zone 7).
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Surprised it's 6. By similarity, I'd have guessed like 10. Saipan is listed as 8, which from the declination map (15N, 145E) has it on the 0 degree line, which corresponds to the compass code of 8. Looks like a reasonable rule of thumb is code = 8 - (dec/4)
It may be 8, there was no distinct movement between 5 to 8 compared to the higher and lower numbers so my choice was 6 or 7 to hit the medium, I just chose 6 because it is a sexier number than 7. the curves and all.
cnckart previously said:
Yup thieves are stupid, that's why they are thieves.
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