The blog was recently optioned by Mercator Pictures for scripted television development.
If it does, old man, we will take a month in September and explore the Mercator property.
If oblique, it is solved by middle latitude, or Mercator sailing.
Spend rest of period in familiarizing pupils with laying down runs and intersecting lines of position on Mercator plotting charts.
It has been stated that Mercator copied the work of Finaeus.
On p. 108 he refers to Mercator's Carte Gnrale, and denies the existence of the alleged loadstone rock.
Mercator and Hugo Grotius were also believers in the Zeni account.
We annex a sketch of this map as reduced by Brevoort to Mercator's projection.
The geographical outlines of the map closely resemble those of De Mongenet, as well as those of Mercator.
Just how this Mercator chart is constructed is explained in detail in the Arts.
type of map projection, 1660s, invented by Flemish geographer Gerhard Kremer (1512-1594), who Latinized his surname, which means "dealer, tradesman," as Mercator (see merchant). He first used this type of map projection in 1568.
Flemish cartographer who in 1568 developed the Mercator projection. In 1585 he began work on a book of maps of Europe, a project that was later completed by his son and published in 1595. As a result of the drawing of the Greek titan Atlas carrying the globe on his shoulders on the book's cover, the term "atlas" was subsequently applied to any book of maps.