|Picture of the day|
The Collignon projection is an equal-area pseudocylindrical map projection first known to be published by Édouard Collignon in 1865 and subsequently cited by A. Tissot in 1881. This image is a derivative of NASA's Blue Marble summer month composite, with oceans lightened to enhance legibility and contrast.
I'm a German Studies student from Birmingham, UK, currently living in Hesse, Germany. I'm generally interested in Germany and its language, science (especially physics and astronomy), music and computer games. If you have anything to say to me, you're welcome to add something to my talk page.
Why am I on Wikipedia?
In addition, I often deal with semi-protected article edit requests and review pending changes to articles. I also watch Recent changes, both to pick up on vandalism quickly, and to constantly find new stuff to read...
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Being a German speaker I am happy to help out with anything requiring a knowledge of the German language, including offering translations or helping out users in German. Please leave me a message in English or German at my talk page.
Ich stehe gerne zur Verfügung mit alles, was mit der deutschen Sprache zu tun hat, z.B Übersetzungen anbieten oder deutschsprachige Hilfe geben. Bitte hinterlassen Sie eine Nachricht auf english oder deutsch auf meinem talk page.
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