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Satellite image of Auckland, New Zealand, and the islands of the inner Hauraki Gulf.

Data Acquired: 2006-10-16

Corner points:

  • Image width = 5599 height = 4983 bands = 3

Geo Projection

  • Top Left -36.611691 174.364053
  • Lat Increment 0.0001350000 Long Increment 0.0001689228

Full Image:-

  • UL = -36.611691 174.364053 UR = -36.611691 175.309683
  • LL = -37.284261 174.364053 LR = -37.284261 175.309683

Actual Image:-

  • Image_UL = -36.623571 174.567099 Image_UR = -36.720366 175.267959
  • Image_LL = -37.175316 174.409325 Image_LR = -37.272651 175.115253
  • Image_UL_Loc = 1202 88 Image_UR_Loc = 5351 805
  • Image_LL_Loc = 268 4175 Image_LR_Loc = 4447 4896

Source:, listed on this page in the ASTER Volcano Archive.

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