User talk:TWCarlson

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A diagram of a sunrise or sunset, showing the effects of atmospheric refraction.

Positive sense of azimuth[edit]

Your helpful diagram is in use in the article azimuth. It shows the azimuth increasing in the counterclockwise direction, i.e. zero at north and 90° at west. This is the opposite sense of the usual convention for horizontal coordinates. I believe this could be corrected by simply reversing the diagram from right to left and adjusting the text. Do you agree? --Reuben (talk) 18:16, 5 May 2012 (UTC)

That's a good find -- I never noticed this before. I updated someone elses drawing from Italian to English without realizing that the direction was reversed. I'll go ahead and flip the diagram. Thanks for letting me know! TWCarlson (talk) 11:17, 7 May 2012 (UTC)
Looks great, thanks! --Reuben (talk) 18:55, 7 May 2012 (UTC)

Indiana state fair collapse images[edit]

A19 p394 photo 12

300 px|right|The stage roof collapsing toward spectators. The structure fell because of wind and inadequate lateral support.

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