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Mars coords from Wikipedia get patched trough to Google Maps, how to stop?
I'm noticing now that alternate planets have a "Longitude" and "Latitude" process now being utilised. Is there some way to stop it from presenting those same points on Google Earth? For example: I notice the following article Ister Chaos (Mars) features coordinates which are close to the same coordinates of Barbados on Earth. However, because plain "Longitude/Latitude" are being used it is being picked up on Google Earth and presenting it as Earth. Is there some bit of code that could stop this? With 9 planets it seems like Earth could get pretty full of random non-earthly coords one day.
P.S. I'm also putting this discussion on Google Maps concurrently. - HERECaribDigita (talk) 03:14, 4 January 2012 (UTC)
It would appear that this template is properly passing the 'globe' parameter with a value of 'mars' as called for by the coord template documentation The GeoHack page for the location  doesn't list GoogleMaps as a supported target, so that part is right. It looks like the issue falls to Google Maps to differentiate when reading articles with coordinates.Cander0000 (talk) 08:43, 3 December 2012 (UTC)