# spatial polar coordinates

spatial polar coordinates
сферические координаты

saturnicentric coordinates — сатурноцентрические координаты

planetocentric coordinates — планетоцентрические координаты

bipolar angular coordinates — биполярные угловые координаты

planetographic coordinates — планетографические координаты

plane polar coordinates — полярные координаты на плоскости

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