+allieballie Posted February 17, 2006 Share Posted February 17, 2006 This might have been discussed already, but if so, then I missed it. How do the co-ordinates given at the bottom of the Google Earth map translate into hddd mm.mmm? e.g. if I go to a random point in Edinburgh, Google Earth gives the co-ordinates as 55 55 24.74 for North and 3 22 06.85 for West, which is more digits than we use for our co-ordinates on gc.com. So how do you compare them? Quote Link to comment
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