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How can I update the satellite view in San Pedro de Macoris, Dominican Republic? There are lots of clouds in that are shading the roads. The updated Bing Maps doesn't have those clouds. How can I use it instead of the one available here? Or, can someone update it?


asked 08 Nov '12, 05:04

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Please add a comment here and tell us the result when you zoom to your area via the webservice of http://mvexel.dev.openstreetmap.org/bing/

(You can post a permalink from this webpage here as well.)

There you can see the capture date of the satellite images. Zoom in enough.

And what editor do you use to display the bing images: Potlatch2 or JOSM or Merkaartor?

(08 Nov '12, 17:02) stephan75

See bing-aerial-images-behind-clouds for an answer.

To answer the other part: "How can I use it instead of the one available here?" - Please only use what is available in the editor, unless you really really know better (legal point of view).

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answered 24 Oct '13, 00:39

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