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Satellite Imagery FAQ - 3/5
Section - Is there a non-proprietary format for geographical/RS images?

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  Is there a non-proprietary format for geographical/RS images?
  
   The GeoTIFF format adds geographic metadata to the standard TIFF
   format. Geographic data is embedded as tags within an image file.
   
   For a detailed description, see the spec. at
   http://www-mipl.jpl.nasa.gov/cartlab/geotiff/geotiff.html


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