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Imagine viewing a web page with a reference to a landing site on Mars - and being able to use an add-on to you browser to be taken directly to that site, in a 'Martian' mapping application of your choosing, or on a site like Google Mars. Or being able to search, easily, for web sites referring to the same site, without seeing places on Earth with co-incidentally similar coordinates.
 
Imagine viewing a web page with a reference to a landing site on Mars - and being able to use an add-on to you browser to be taken directly to that site, in a 'Martian' mapping application of your choosing, or on a site like Google Mars. Or being able to search, easily, for web sites referring to the same site, without seeing places on Earth with co-incidentally similar coordinates.
  
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Here's some work-in-progress:
 
Here's some work-in-progress:
 
  
 
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==See also==
 
==See also==
*[luna] - the same sort of thing, for The Moon
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*[[luna]] - the same sort of thing, for The Moon

Revision as of 00:36, 23 September 2006

Imagine viewing a web page with a reference to a landing site on Mars - and being able to use an add-on to you browser to be taken directly to that site, in a 'Martian' mapping application of your choosing, or on a site like Google Mars. Or being able to search, easily, for web sites referring to the same site, without seeing places on Earth with co-incidentally similar coordinates.

Those are just two of the things a "mars" microformat, based on the existing [geo] version, might do for you.

Here's some work-in-progress:

See also

  • luna - the same sort of thing, for The Moon