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  • curprev 14:17, 19 February 2023OmniMediaGroup talk contribs 1,328 bytes +6 bold
  • curprev 14:04, 19 February 2023OmniMediaGroup talk contribs 1,322 bytes +1,322 Equirectangular projection, also known as the equidistant cylindrical projection or geographic projection, is a map projection that represents the entire globe as a rectangle. This projection is created by projecting the globe onto a cylinder, which is then unwrapped into a flat plane. The projection is called "equirectangular" because the horizontal and vertical scales are identical, resulting in a rectangular grid of latitude and longitude lines that are equally spaced.