**Azimuthal equidistant projection** — The azimuthal equidistant projection is a particular map projection.A useful application for this type of projection is a polar projection in which all distances measured from the center of the map along any longitudinal line are accurate; an… … Wikipedia

**azimuthal equidistant projection** — noun : a map projection of the surface of the earth so centered at any given point that a straight line radiating from the center to any other point represents the shortest distance and can be measured to scale * * * Cartog. a projection in which … Useful english dictionary

**azimuthal equidistant projection** — Cartog. a projection in which the shortest distance between any point and a central point is a straight line, such a line representing a great circle through the central point. [1940 45] * * * … Universalium

**azimuthal equidistant projection** — azimuth′al equidis′tant projec′tion n. geo a cartographic projection in which the shortest distance between any point and a central point is a straight line, such a line representing a great circle through the central point • Etymology: 1940–45 … From formal English to slang

**zenithal equidistant projection.** — See azimuthal equidistant projection. * * * … Universalium

**zenithal equidistant projection** — noun : azimuthal equidistant projection … Useful english dictionary

**zenithal equidistant projection.** — See azimuthal equidistant projection … Useful english dictionary

**projection** — Synonyms and related words: Lambert conformal projection, Mercator projection, Miller projection, acting, actualization, aeronautical chart, alienation, alphabet, archery, art, astronomical chart, atlas, autism, autistic thinking, avoidance… … Moby Thesaurus

**azimuthalequidistant projection** — azimuthal equidistant projection n. A map projection of the earth designed so that a straight line from the central point on the map to any other point gives the shortest distance between the two points. * * * … Universalium

**Map projection** — A medieval depiction of the Ecumene (1482, Johannes Schnitzer, engraver), constructed after the coordinates in Ptolemy s Geography and using his second map projection A map projection is any method of representing the surface of a sphere or other … Wikipedia