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The Times projection was developed by Moir in 1965 for Bartholomew. It is a modified Gall's Stereographic, except Times has curved meridians.
Learn about the Gall's Stereographic projection
Pseudo cylindrical. Meridians are equally spaced curves. Parallels are straight lines increasing in separation with distance from the equator.
Two lines at 45° N and S.
All parallels and the central meridian.
Useful only for world maps.
Used for world maps by Bartholomew Ltd., a British mapmaking company, in The Times Atlas.