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English: Condensed explanation of azimuthal-equidistant projection maps, colored as smaller PNG image, from larger, wider USGS file of GIF format. See enlarged view below, using a wikitable to expand beyond original size.
Date 17 February 2005
Source derivative from USGS image file (with map sections colored red/white),
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Author User:Quadell, re-coloring US Government USGS image.

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Explanation of azimuthal-equidistant projection.


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