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"adapting" Landsat7 tile view to a location
This is going to sound really ignorant. I miss the vocabulary, but I bet you'll understand when you see the picture attached.
This picture is a small piece of a GPS track laid on top of a geotiff.
The geotiff is a landsat7 tile downloaded from http://glovis.usgs.gov
I'm thrilled to see how they match perfectly (I cropped to show the road tied seamlessly from the GPS to the Satellite).
The world is not flat and I understand why the landsat tile shows only a (+- 15km) central band of solid picture and then starts to form widening strips of black between strips of satellite picture, but I would like to change this to suit my area of interest.
How doi we make an area on the outside edge of the scene as if it was part of the central band (some way to "re-center" the tiff so the "stripes" disappear over my are oaf interest).
I know this sounds terrible.. any help much welcome.