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revised Bearing/Course/Heading in WGS84 ellipsoid model
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comment Bearing/Course/Heading in WGS84 ellipsoid model
Thank you. The arxiv reference in that question is helpful. (I removed that part of the question again, as it is redundant.)
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comment Great-circle lines in Equirectangular projection
Thanks. I lost that arctan somewhere. Guess I started with arctan latitude somewhere.
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comment Great-circle lines in Equirectangular projection
Yes, one is redundant, but I don't have the formula ready. As noted, amplitude==0 implies offset=0; these two are obviously coupled. See updated question for the missing latitude to make the relationship well-formed.
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