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A few months ago I came across a web page where I could make a request for hi-res mapbox satellite imagery by selecting an area on a map.
I cant seem to find the page anymore.
If anyone could post a link to it that would be great.
Thanks, Martin

asked 01 Aug '14, 12:30

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Well,

typing the four words "mapbox satellite imagery request" into any internet search engine like duckduckgo, startpage.com or google or whatever shows the link to that service ... in duckduckgo it is the second one.

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answered 01 Aug '14, 17:48

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