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Ok, so I found by myself the solution thanks to @user30184 comment. The key principal is using JTS rotation via Math Transformation. //my base point Coordinate ancorPoint = placeCoordinate; //create orthogonal point in distance of 0.001 arc degrees Coordinate endingCoordinate = new Coordinate(placeCoordinate.x+0.001, placeCoordinate.y); //rotate by 90 ...
The heights on google earth refer to EGM96 and are, therefore, Geoidal heights. The lat/long are referred to the WGS 84 ellipsoid.
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