File:Two-point-equidistant-asia.jpg

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  • A Two Point Equidistant projection of Asia. The control points are at 35N 40E and 35N 140E.
  • The reticle is 10 degrees in latitude and longitude, with the central meridian at 90E.
  • The source image is a product of NASA's Blue Marble project.
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