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Get A Point 50 Meters North and 50 Meters East from Current Point in WGS 84

Question asked by HandsomePete on Oct 29, 2013
Latest reply on Oct 29, 2013 by HandsomePete
I would like to get the x,y values of a point that is X meters (for example: 50 metes north and 50 meters east) from a known point in WGS 84.  Is there any way to do this in python w/o having to reproject the current point into UTM?  I'm going to do this for tables w/ thousands of points, so I figure the reprojecting is going to slow it down.

Any help would be appreciated.