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Given the relative distance of 3 radio antennae, I want to infer an incident angle for some radio source seen by all 3 antennae, which I know to be on the ground. All I know is the relative locations of the 3 receivers, and the time that the event was seen by each receiver (with great accuracy). There is enough distance between the receivers to allow for a time difference, but not enough to worry about things like the curvature of the earth. How would I go about determining the direction of the source?

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