A twip is compact, human and machine readable, uncertainty aware geo-location format.
Derived from MGRS, it is composed of the 2-digit/1-letter polar part and the metric part, begining with a pair of letters representing an exactly located and orientated 100x100km grid square.
Consists of a number up to 60 for the longitude zone, refering to the central meridian: Multiply it with 6, add 3 and substract 180.
precision 6° west-east and 8° south-north.
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