[OSRS-PROJ] Horrors of --- Krovak projection

Gerald I. Evenden gerald.evenden at verizon.net
Fri Feb 14 13:43:35 EST 2003

In the example below (and checked with the web site) the longitude
seems to be a bit odd.  The Czech Republic only extends from about
12 to 19 east longitude. The 35 lon puts the point somewhere in
Russia.  Are you using a non-Greenwich meridian?

Current progs do not work on this example although they check on
examples in the region of application.

On Fri, 2003-02-14 at 11:37, Clifford J Mugnier wrote:
> Extracted from my January 2000 column on the Grids and Datums of the Czech
> Republic and still available for downloading from:
> http://www.asprs.org/asprs/resources/grids/index.html
> increasing South, and the orthogonal Y-axis is increasing West.  A test
> point provided lists: φ = 48° 07' 46.2973, λ= 35° 42' 35.2147", Y =
> 504,691.675 m, X = 1,289,068.724 m.

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