Coriolis correction[kȯr·ē′ō·ləs kə′rek·shən]
A correction applied to an assumed position, celestial line of position, or celestial fix or to a computed or observed altitude to allow for apparent acceleration due to the Coriolis force.
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A correction applied to all celestially derived fixes to allow for Coriolis acceleration.
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