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The basic geometry of a stellar interferometer with two telescopes consists of a baseline vector and a direction to a star. Two derived vectors are the delay vector, and the projected baseline vector in the plane of the wavefronts of the stellar light. The manuscript deals with the trigonometry of projecting the baseline further outwards onto the celestial sphere. The position angle of the projected baseline is defined, measured in a plane tangential to the celestial sphere, tangent point atdoi:10.2298/saj0877115m fatcat:7gbtztzyenhdjimzrvefwho65q