Free Online GIS-Ready Satellite Imagery - products print

By: Resmap  09-12-2011

Want to see your vector data on top of a satellite image? You can supply ResMap vector data in any popular file format and projection and have it printed on top of any of our satellite images.

Standard poster sizes are 33" by 24" (A1: 841mm x 594mm), but custom sizes can be requested.

Dry mounting services also available.


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Free Online GIS-Ready Satellite Imagery

The TerraColor mosaics are derived from the 742 false colour imagery to simulate the earth's true colours. Bands used are: 7 displayed as red, 4 displayed as green and 2 (visible green light) displayed as blue. Simulated natural colour Landsat 7 ETM+ mosaics are now available for all of the Earth's Landmass. Orthorectified Landsat 7 ETM+ mosaics are now available for the entire world.


09-12-2011

Free Online GIS-Ready Satellite Imagery - products L m

These tiles are delivered in a Universal Transverse Mercator / World Geodetic System 1984 projection in ECW file format with stand alone viewing software. For mosaics between 60 degrees north and 60 degrees south latitude, the width of the mosaic is the standard UTM zone width of 6 degrees of longitude. The mosaics generally extend north-south over 5 degrees of latitude, and span east-west for the full width of the UTM zone.


09-12-2011

Free Online GIS-Ready Satellite Imagery - products

Bands used are: 7 displayed as red, 4 displayed as green and 2 (visible green light) displayed as blue. Simulated natural colour Landsat 7 ETM+ mosaics are now available for all of the Earth's Landmass. These are the most accurate and high resolution true colour satellite mosaic currently available. 1km and 500m resolution pixels cover the entire surface of the globe in stunning true colour.


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Free Online GIS-Ready Satellite Imagery - products L tc

Developed by Earthstar Geographics LLC, TerraColorĀ® is a simulated true colour digital earth imagery product built from data captured by Landsat 7 ETM+, providing a virtually seamless coverage of most of the world's land areas at 15-meter spatial resolution.


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Free Online GIS-Ready Satellite Imagery - tsunami images

They have been rescaled in most cases to show an area of interest, and thus do not represent the full resolution of the original QuickBird image. Parts of the sea floor rose by about 10 metres, displacing hundreds of cubic kilometres of seawater. That generated a tsunami - a series of huge waves that quickly fanned out across the Indian Ocean.