Mercator map

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English-Russian dictionary of program "Mir-Shuttle". . 2015.

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  • Mercator map projection — A conformal cylindrical map projection in which the surface of a sphere or spheroid, such as the earth, is conceived as developed on a cylinder tangent along the equator; meridians appear as equally spaced vertical lines; and parallels appear as… …   Aviation dictionary

  • transverse Mercator map projection — A conformal cylindrical map projection, which is in principle equivalent to the regular Mercator map projection turned (transversed) 90° in azimuth. In this projection, the central meridian is represented by a straight line, corresponding to the… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Mercator projection — of the world between 82°S and 82°N. Mercator world …   Wikipedia

  • Mercator-Hondius-Atlas — Jodocus Hondius auf einem Stich des Jahres 1619 Jodocus Hondius, (eigentlich Josse de Hondt; * 14. Oktober 1563 in Wakken, Flandern; † 12. Februar 1612 in Amsterdam) war ein flämischer Kartograph und Verleger von Atlanten und Karten. Hondius… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mercator-Hondius Atlas — Jodocus Hondius auf einem Stich des Jahres 1619 Jodocus Hondius, (eigentlich Josse de Hondt; * 14. Oktober 1563 in Wakken, Flandern; † 12. Februar 1612 in Amsterdam) war ein flämischer Kartograph und Verleger von Atlanten und Karten. Hondius… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Map — /map/, n. Walter, c1140 1209?, Welsh ecclesiastic, poet, and satirist. Also, Mapes /mayps, may peez/. * * * I Graphic representation, drawn to scale and usually on a flat surface, of features usually geographic, geologic, or geopolitical of an… …   Universalium

  • Mercator Cooper — House in Southampton (now used as part of the town library). Mercator Cooper (September 29, 1803 – spring 1872) was a ship s captain who is credited with the first formal American visit to Tokyo, Japan and the first formal landing on the mainland …   Wikipedia

  • Mercator — type of map projection, 1660s, invented by Flemish geographer Gerhard Kremer (1512 1594), who Latinized his surname, which means dealer, tradesman, as Mercator (see MERCHANT (Cf. merchant)). He first used this type of map projection in 1568 …   Etymology dictionary

  • Mercator Ice Piedmont — (68°37′S 65°30′W / 68.617°S 65.5°W / 68.617; 65.5) is a gently sloping ice piedmont at the head of Mobiloil Inlet, formed by the confluence of the Gibbs, Lammers, C …   Wikipedia

  • Map — (m[a^]p), n. [From F. mappe, in mappemonde map of the world, fr. L. mappa napkin, signal cloth; a Punic word. Cf. {Apron}, {Napkin}, {Nappe}.] 1. A representation of the surface of the earth, or of some portion of it, showing the relative… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Map lichen — Map Map (m[a^]p), n. [From F. mappe, in mappemonde map of the world, fr. L. mappa napkin, signal cloth; a Punic word. Cf. {Apron}, {Napkin}, {Nappe}.] 1. A representation of the surface of the earth, or of some portion of it, showing the relative …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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