From four input quantities of a spherical triangle all other quantities are computed, optionally including an . If two solutions exist, both are computed.
Radians [0...π ]
Turns [0...½ ]
A spherical triangle is determined by four quantities, usually by the radius of the sphere R
and three further quantities. If the radius of the sphere is not specified,
the computation will be successful only in rare cases. All angles α,β,γ of the triangle must be less than π = 180° = 200 gon
The triangle is not always uniquely determined. In non-unique cases both solutions will be displayed.
If the quantities a,b,c,s,ru,ri
are terrestrial arc lengths in m or km, we recommend the radius
R=6371000 or 6371.
If these quantities are specified or desired as angles in degrees, the radius should be