Hello, Can i use to make GPX - Landsat /ArcGIS explorer/. its free for using in OSM?

asked 21 Sep '11, 08:42

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Please clarify your question.

(21 Sep '11, 10:54) petschge

Your question is hard to understand.

GPX is a data format, Landsat is a common name for a set of satellite images, and ArcGIS Explorer is a piece of software.

Using Landsat images for drawing things on OSM is allowed since Landsat images are in the Public Domain. Most OSM editors will have an option to show a Landsat imagery background. However this has nothing to do with the GPX data format, and nothing with ArcGIS explorer either!

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answered 21 Sep '11, 09:06

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