Originally Posted by PiSquared
Heh. And if your trees are that far apart, (189.4 miles) your tarp may sag to the ground from line stretch when a mosquito lands on it.
Unless you're using extremely tall trees to increase the angle. . .
Does anyone know how tall the trees would have to be to account for the curvature of the earth?
1.13 miles, and they'd have to sit at about a 9 degree angle off of true, if my math is right. I think it is, but I've also been at work all night...