Computing distance using lat/long coordinates


Fill in the latitude and longitude of two geographic locations and compute the distance between the points. The distance returned is the arc length of a great circle connecting the two points, essentially air miles. (Details)

Latitude °N Longitude °E
First location:
Second location:

Distance ...

Note that latitude and longitude are in degrees. Latitude is in degrees north of the equator; southern latitudes are negative degrees north. Longitude is in degrees east of the prime meridian; degrees west are negative degrees east.

You can look up your latitude and longitude here.


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