मोड्युल:Location map/data/Earth

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Location map of पृथ्वी
name पृथ्वी
border
coordinates
90
-180 ←↕→ 180
-90
map center ०°उत्तर ०°पूर्व / ०° उत्तर ०° पूर्व / 0; 0
image World location map (equirectangular 180).svg
World location map (equirectangular 180).svg
image1 Earthmap1000x500compac.jpg
Earthmap1000x500compac.jpg


मोड्युल:Location map/data/Earth is a location map definition used to overlay markers and labels on an equirectangular projection map of पृथ्वी. The markers are placed by latitude and longitude coordinates on the default map or a similar map image.

Usage

These definitions are used by the following templates when invoked with parameter "Earth":

Map definition

  • name = पृथ्वी
    Name used in the default map caption
  • bottom = -90
    Latitude at bottom edge of map, in decimal degrees
  • left = -180
    Longitude at left edge of map, in decimal degrees
  • right = 180
    Longitude at right edge of map, in decimal degrees

Alternative map

The map defined as image1 (Earthmap1000x500compac.jpg) can be displayed by using the relief or AlternativeMap parameters in {{Location map}}, {{Location map many}} and {{Location map+}}. The use of these two parameters is shown in the examples below. Additional examples can be found at:

Precision

Longitude: from West to East this map definition covers 0 degrees.

  • At an image width of 200 pixels, that is 0 degrees per pixel.
  • At an image width of 1000 pixels, that is 0 degrees per pixel.

Latitude: from North to South this map definition covers 180 degrees.

  • At an image height of 200 pixels, that is 0.9 degrees per pixel.
  • At an image height of 1000 pixels, that is 0.18 degrees per pixel.


See also

Location map templates
Infobox templates incorporating (passing values to) the Location map template

return {
	name = 'पृथ्वी',
	top = 90,
	bottom = -90,
	left = -180,
	right = 180,
	image = 'World location map (equirectangular 180).svg',
	image1 = 'Earthmap1000x500compac.jpg'
}