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Universal polar stereographic grid

United States. Dept. of the Army.

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Published
**1958**
by Dept. of the Army in Washington
.

Written in

- Grids (Cartography),
- Map projection.

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | TM 5-241-9: International Spheroid. |

Statement | Dept. of the Army. |

Series | Technical manual / Dept. of the Army -- TM 5-241-9, Department of the Army technical manual -- TM 5-241-9. |

The Physical Object | |
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Pagination | 19 p. : |

Number of Pages | 19 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL22440170M |

--The Universal Transverse Mercator Grid. --Horizontal control using the UTM grid. --Computations on the Universal Polar Stereographic Grid. --Other grid systems. --Grids and declinations for maps. --Datum or spheroid shift by transformation of grid coordinates. In Vers there are now both North and South UTM zone projections, avoiding the use of negative northings, as is usual in practice. The UTM projections cannot reach the poles, and they are usually supplemented with two UPS (Universal Polar Stereographic) charts, now .

Universal Polar Stereographic system. The UTM system leaves round holes at the top and bottom of the world. These are filled in by the two zones of the Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS) coordinate system. UPS North covers the area from 84ºN to the north pole; UPS South covers the area from 80ºS to the south pole. Definition of universal polar stereographic grid in the dictionary. Meaning of universal polar stereographic grid. What does universal polar stereographic grid mean? Information and translations of universal polar stereographic grid in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.

Polar stereographic to regular lat/lon grid python. Ask Question Asked 3 years, 5 months ago. Active 3 years, 5 months ago. Viewed times 1. 1. I have data in a by array, in a polar stereographic format. I've attached an image of a simple pyplot of this below. For the curious, its of north pole ice (i.e the blue island mass just. universal polar stereographic grid A military grid prescribed for joint use in operations in limited areas and used for operations requiring precise position reporting. It covers areas between the 80 degree parallels and the poles.

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The universal grid systems: universal transverse mercator and universal polar stereographic on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The universal grid systems: universal transverse mercator and universal polar stereographicManufacturer: U.S. Govt. Print. Off. English: Diagrams of the Universal Polar Stereographic coordinate system (UPS) whose two plane grids covers the Arctic and the Antarctic.

Svenska: Diagram över koordinatsystemet Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS) vars två plana. The universal grids, Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) and Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS), were devised by the U.S.

Department of Defense (DoD) and taken together cover the whole Earth. The Military Grid Reference System (MGRS) is the pair, UTM and UPS, after some reformat- ting (ing) is applied to each.

Purpose and scopeFile Size: 2MB. Universal polar stereographic grid book The Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS) coordinate system is used in conjunction with the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinate system to locate positions on the surface of the ce of: coordinate system, map projection.

Polar Stereographic projection 51 Polar Stereographic mapping equations 51 Finding (x,y) 51 Finding (0,x) 51 Alternate method for finding 4 53 Finding the point scale factor 54 Finding the convergence of the meridian 54 Accuracy 54 Area of coverage 54Cited by: The universal polar stereographic (UPS) coordinate system is used in conjunction with the universal transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinate system to locate positions on the surface of the earth.

Like the UTM coordinate system, the UPS coordinate system uses a metric-based cartesian grid laid out on a conformally projected surface. UPS covers the Earth's polar.

Scope: Used to serve the bathymetry of the Arctic Region as image tiles in a Web Mapping Service. Area of use: Northern hemisphere - north of 60°N onshore and offshore, including Arctic. Coordinate system: Cartesian 2D CS for north polar azimuthal lonO 0°E. Axes: X,Y. Orientations: X along 90°E, Y along °E meridians.

UoM: m. The universal polar stereographic (UPS) coordinate system is used in conjunction with the universal transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinate system to locate positions on the surface of the earth.

Like the UTM coordinate system, the UPS coordinate system uses a metric-based cartesian grid laid out on a conformally projected surface. To: Ansley Manke ; Subject: Re: [ferret_users] Polar Stereographic data to Lon/Lat?GRIB files. From: Steve Cousins. POLARSTEREO_INV transforms map coordinates to lat/lon data for a polar stereographic system [LAT,LON]=POLARSTEREO_INV(X,Y,EARTHRADIUS,ECCENTRICITY,LAT_TRUE,LON_POSY) LAT and LON are in decimal degrees with negative numbers (-) for S and W.

Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS) is a grid system based on the polar stereographic projection applied to the Earth's polar regions north of 84 degrees north (84°N) and south of 80 degrees south (80°S). In the polar regions the UPS grid system is used. at the poles, a Universal Polar Stereographic projection (UPS) is used; each zone is divided further into strips of 8 degrees latitude; beginning at 80 degrees S, are assigned letters C through X, O and I are omitted; Distortion.

to reduce the distortion across the area covered by each zone, scale along the central meridian is reduced to Meridians and parallels in the Universal Polar Stereographic Projection, Left: South Zone, Right: North Zone 52 Meridians and parallels imposed on a Universal Polar Stereographic grid (north zone) 56 MGRSmeter square identification, in.

Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS) MANDATORY a grid system based on the polar stereographic projection, applied to the Earth's polar regions north of 84 degrees north and south of 80 degrees south. The Universal Grids: Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) and Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS).

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Hager. POSITIONING IN UPS The Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS) Systems coordinates are based on a family of two Polar Stereographic map projections, one for each pole.

The origin of the UPS coordinate system is at the poles, where X=2,m and Y=2,m. For UPS North see ; or for UPS South see. Universal Polar Stereographic Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS) maps areas north of 84° north and south of 80° south that aren't included in the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinate system.

There are two coordinate systems centered either on the North or South Pole, covering the Arctic and Antarctic regions. Universal Polar Stereographic Grid[¦yünə¦vərsəl ′pōlər ¦sterēō¦grafik ′grid] (mapping) A particular grid based upon the polar stereographic projection according to specifications laid down by military authorities; it may be superimposed on any map.

universal polar stereographic grid A military grid system for use in limited. The Military Grid Reference System (MGRS) is the geocoordinate standard used by NATO militaries for locating points on the earth. The MGRS is derived from the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) grid system and the universal polar stereographic (UPS) grid system, but uses a different labeling convention.

The MGRS is used for the entire earth. The Military Grid Reference System (MGRS) is a grid-based system used to represent locations on the universal transverse Mercator (UTM) and universal polar stereographic (UPS) grid systems, expressed as an alphanumeric string.

An MGRS coordinate defines an area on the Earth's surface as opposed to a specific point. Get this from a library!

The universal grid systems; universal transverse mercator and universal polar stereographic. [United States. Department of .image/svg+xml Universal Polar Stereographic (UPS) grids Johan Gustafsson Johan Gustafsson Johan Gustafsson en UPS Universal Polar Stereographic Grids North pole South pole Grid False North False East Basedon diagram in DMA TM, page 90°W 45°E 45°W 0° 90°E °E °W ° 80°S 84°S 88°S 1 m N 1 m N 2 .Grid Coordinate System Name MANDATORY name of the grid coordinate system.

Type: text. Domain: "Universal Transverse Mercator" "Universal Polar Stereographic" "State Plane Coordinate System " "State Plane Coordinate System ".