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To get your first map, determine the latitude and longitude of the center of your new map.
Tidal movements are displayed graphically based on your current latitude and longitude, and the lunitidal interval.
Each standard atlas covers thirty minutes of latitude and longitude at a scale of four miles to the inch, and fills one page in the book.
He also determined the latitude and longitude of many stars, and measured the greatest declination of the planet Mercury.
Without an accurate chart, the precise latitude and longitude, often to three decimals provided by the GPS, is just a set of numbers.
The map has no indicator of orientation except the graticule, the latitude and longitude grid.
The most difficult part of this process turned out to be converting the grid coordinate from military to latitude and longitude.
Such locations were defined based on the latitude and longitude of the center of the country of origin.
The custom software passively logs the latitude and longitude, the signal strength, the network name, and other vital stats.
Three methods to determine the heliographic latitude and longitude of sunspot groups are described below.
Its goal is to visit each of the latitude and longitude integer degree intersections in the world, and to take pictures at each location.
My copilot quickly punched in the latitude and longitude, and we turned toward the position, 40 nautical miles away.
For example, on geographers' globes of the Earth we use a grid of latitude and longitude lines to label positions on the Earth's surface uniquely.
The great circle distances between the latitude and longitude coordinates of the population centroids for each pair of counties were used in the denominator.
The additional functionality will be supplied by features such as geographic analysis tools, geocoding, and latitude and longitude input capability.
The first rigorous system of latitude and longitude lines is credited to Hipparchus.
The latitude and longitude on a map made against a local datum may not be the same as one obtained from a GPS receiver.
Eratosthenes in the 3rd century BC first proposed a system of latitude and longitude for a map of the world.
Lines of constant latitude and longitude together constitute a graticule on the reference surface.
The definitions of latitude and longitude on such reference surfaces are detailed in the following sections.
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No surveyor had ever happened along to give them their latitude and longitude.
They had sun glasses and an air gun and instruments for latitude and longitude.
He could not stand up to that particular sort of talk, and snapped out the latitude and longitude without more lectures.
I set the pointer here upon the right-hand dial which represents the eastern hemisphere of Barsoom, so that the point rests upon the exact latitude and longitude of Helium.
And then his conversation rang along parallels of latitude and longitude.
The eight monthly issues help students build critical geography skills like reading a compass rose, reading a distance scale, understanding latitude and longitude, and more.
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