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comment Geodesic “perpendicularity”
Thank you for your answer, looks like an option, I will check that out.
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comment Geodesic “perpendicularity”
This calculation is going to be implemented in a computer program, and probably "rotating the Earth" in memory could be an option (speed isn't a problem). Also, this is going to be used mainly on small surfaces (under 1 km) so I think approximating the Earth to a perfect sphere would not distort the results very much. If you wish to give more details about your solution and you think it is feasible to implement in a computer program, it would be greatly appreciated. Thank you
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