Yep, sure did forget DECCA.
Had one set fitted to an aircraft I was flying in the mid-sixties, and it worked quite well.
There was also Consolan, a development of the British Oboe system that was used in Europe to guide bombers to their targets.
Recall on a transpacific flight years ago in a B707, mentioned to the Navigator that if he could get me within five miles of BEBOP (then on the Woodside 236 radial, enroute SFO
), would buy him dinner at Fishermans Wharf.
When Oakland established radar contact, he was actually one mile off...and the smile on his face was worth the price, for sure.
Astro navigation could be VERY accurate, if done properly.