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About 2 months ago I use OpenStreetMap to find some high resolution satellite pictures taken from straigt above the buildings (as opposed to most satellite pictures taken from a more or less angled perspective). Those pictures were labeled as Esri World Imagery Clarity (beta).

Today I tried to look up those pictures once more but now the satellite pictures labeled as 'Esri World Imagery Clarity (beta)' seem to be similar to the regular Esri World Imagery pictures. Those are of inferior resolution and taken from a more or less angled perspective.

Does anyone know were or how to find those high resolution Esri World Imagery Clarity (beta) pictures taken from straigh above?

Kind regards,

Bird

asked 25 Mar '20, 13:30

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