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I am trying to export an image above the Yenisei Delta using Google Earth Engine. I have its path, row, and date, and when I filter the Landsat 8 TOA imagecollection, I am able to find this image:

var path = 156  
var row = 10;
var date = ee.Date.fromYMD(2013,7,22);

var ic = l8.filter(ee.Filter.eq('WRS_PATH', path))
  .filter(ee.Filter.eq('WRS_ROW', row))
  .filterDate(date, ee.Date(date).advance(1, 'day'));

var im = ic.first()

print(im)


var vizParams = {
  bands: ['B5', 'B4', 'B3'],
  min: 0,
  max: 0.5,
  gamma: [0.95, 1.1, 1]
};

Map.addLayer(im, vizParams)

GEE code here.

However, the map shows that there are three images (regions?) associated with this single image: enter image description here Closer inspection shows that 2. and 3. are the same image as 1, but projected incorrectly.

I am unable to export the image as it is too large (I did increase maxPixels). I exported a dozen or so others without problem.

How do I separate the true image from the false ones for export?

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You could draw a polygon around the right an add it as a region parameter on your export:


   Export.image.toDrive({
   image: yourexport,
   description: name,
   scale: 30, 
   maxPixels: 318651567139,
   region: geometry // the polygon added around the right image
   });

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