So something that needs help. Is the exit eva point. At Brighton beach the guy exits fine. But at the south pole. It is distorted.

```
void SpiderLEM::StartEVA(int idx)
{
double rt = oapiGetSize(GetSurfaceRef());
double moon_circ = rt * 2 * PI;
double each_deg = moon_circ / 360;
VESSELSTATUS2 vs2;
memset(&vs2, 0, sizeof(vs2));
vs2.version = 2;
GetStatusEx(&vs2);
vs2.status = 1;
vs2.vrot.x = 0.9;
double z_pos = -3;
double x_pos = -1.5;
//-1.382466 2.73635 -3.464572
double correction = 90 - abs(vs2.surf_lat * DEG);
correction /= 90;
correction += tan(abs(vs2.surf_lat));
double d_lat1 = (z_pos * cos(vs2.surf_hdg)) / each_deg;
double d_lng1 = (z_pos * sin(vs2.surf_hdg)) / each_deg;
double d_lat2 = (x_pos * -sin(vs2.surf_hdg)) / each_deg;
double d_lng2 = (x_pos * cos(vs2.surf_hdg)) / each_deg;
vs2.surf_lat += ((d_lat1 + d_lat2) * RAD*correction);
vs2.surf_lng += ((d_lng1 + d_lng2) * RAD * correction);
MATRIX3 rot1 = RotationMatrix(_V(0 * RAD, (90 * RAD - vs2.surf_lng), 0 * RAD), TRUE);
MATRIX3 rot2 = RotationMatrix(_V(-vs2.surf_lat + 0 * RAD, 0, 0 * RAD), TRUE);
MATRIX3 rot3 = RotationMatrix(_V(0, 0, 180 * RAD + vs2.surf_hdg), TRUE);
MATRIX3 rot4 = RotationMatrix(_V(90 * RAD, 0, 0), TRUE);
MATRIX3 RotMatrix_Def = mul(rot1, mul(rot2, mul(rot3, rot4)));
vs2.arot.x = atan2(RotMatrix_Def.m23, RotMatrix_Def.m33);
vs2.arot.y = -asin(RotMatrix_Def.m13);
vs2.arot.z = atan2(RotMatrix_Def.m12, RotMatrix_Def.m11);
OBJHANDLE new_leva;
char cbuf[256];
if (idx == 0) {
new_leva = oapiCreateVesselEx(cdr_name, "ARTEMISNEWEVA1B", &vs2);
sprintf(cbuf, "%lf %lf %lf", (float)(100), 0.0, 0.0);
crew1_on_board = 0;
}
else {
new_leva = oapiCreateVesselEx(plt_name, "ARTEMISNEWEVA1C", &vs2);
sprintf(cbuf, "%lf %lf %lf", (float)(100), 0.0, 0.0);
crew2_on_board = 0;
}
oapiSetFocusObject(new_leva);
VESSEL4* v = (VESSEL4*)oapiGetVesselInterface(new_leva);
v->clbkConsumeBufferedKey(COMM_START_LEVA, false, cbuf);
}
```

If I don't have the correction the exit point is at 0,0

I wonder about the eva guy size He is 1.55M tall from the ground to top of the helmet