I need help with some calculations regarding spherical trigonometry. In detail, I have some photos taken from a balloon and I need the formulas to calculate what area of the earth's surface is depicted in the photos. As a hobby, I have launched a balloon that went in the stratosphere and took photos. The project is similar to this one: [url removed, login to view] My launch is described here: [url removed, login to view],[url removed, login to view] The problem is: I have some photos that were taken from a very high altitude balloon, like for example this one: [url removed, login to view] given the coordinates it was taken at, calculate the area that is visible in the photo More info in the detailed ZIP. As you will undestand, this is a personal project, so the budget won't be HUGE :-) On the ohter hand, I think it should be fun for a real mathematics guru... :-) And of cource, suggestions are welcome!
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