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I'm running QGIS 3.12.2 (current)

I loaded about 10 rasters (satellite imagery) into a new project and digitized some polygons on each. I saved the project. When I reopened the project, the rasters don't display, and appear to have lost their geolocation.

The world map does display, as do the vector files I originally created.

When I zoom to a single raster layer, the layer displays The coordinate window changes from lat/lon to some long, integer z/y (perhaps easting/northing?) Also, when I zoom, the world map and vector files disappear.

If I zoom to the world map in the project and try adding a new image raster layer, it does not display either (even if checked on and at the top of the layer list.

However, if I start a new project, load the world map, and then the same image file, it displays correctly.

What gives? Any ideas?

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    It is probably a CRS issue. Check the projection settings of the rasters in both project. – Zoltan May 10 '20 at 16:41

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