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In high latitudes, celestial observations can be made over a horizon covered with pack ice by bringing the sun tangent to the ice and __________.
A) adding 30° of arc to the sight
B) doubling the semidiameter correction
C) using a dip correction based on the height of eye above the ice
D) using a dip correction from table 22 in Bowditch Vol. II
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