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-'''NLT Data Issues''' are problems with the NLT [[LandSat 7]] dataset. By listing issues on this page you make it possible for NLT to correct them. Correcting the tiles is currently a low priority given that there are a lot of manual steps involved with the correction and [[User:Dumdumhead|Chris Maxwell]] is busy with other aspects of World Wind. However, you can add a vote at the [http://issues.worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/browse/META-28 issue page] to try and influence his priorities.+'''NLT Data Issues''' are problems with the NLT [[Landsat]] dataset. By listing issues on this page you make it possible for NLT to correct them. Correcting the tiles is currently a low priority given that there are a lot of manual steps involved with the correction and [[User:Dumdumhead|Chris Maxwell]] is busy with other aspects of World Wind. However, you can add a vote at the [http://issues.worldwind.arc.nasa.gov/browse/META-28 issue page] to try and influence his priorities.
==Missing data tiles== ==Missing data tiles==

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NLT Data Issues are problems with the NLT Landsat dataset. By listing issues on this page you make it possible for NLT to correct them. Correcting the tiles is currently a low priority given that there are a lot of manual steps involved with the correction and Chris Maxwell is busy with other aspects of World Wind. However, you can add a vote at the issue page to try and influence his priorities.

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Missing data tiles

Africa

Asia

Australia

Europe

North America

Pacific

South America

Other

South Pole Coverage

At the request of Jessi - this forum msg listed here (NLT images in polar regions / Posted on: Apr 13 2005, 02:32 UTC)

In the north there are NLT images as far north as 81 degrees north, see sample worldwind://goto/world=Earth&lat=81.00139&lon=-85.08768&alt=870000

while in the south it only goes as far as 56.25 degrees south, see sample worldwind://goto/world=Earth&lat=-56.24944&lon=-68.45430&alt=870000

Even at this latitude it is not complete.

It would be nice to have the same coverage for us in the Southern Hemisphere, especially when we study the Antarctic Continent. To be able to see the coast line with the same details as Greenland would definitely help our students.


Tile Misalignments & Data Processing Errors

Asia

Australia

Europe


Pacific

North America

Artefacts

Africa

Asia

Australia

Europe

North America

Pacific

South America

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