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Some layers provided by the QuickMapServices plugin come with Attribution information in the layer properties. Unfortunately the Bing layers do not. Here's what the Bing Maps API Terms of Service currently (on May 22, 2019) say about attribution: 1.2. Attribution Requirements. Prints must include the copyright notices from the Services and Content, ...


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Your question says QGIS 3.4.3, but the screenshot clearly shows that your QGIS version is 2.12.3. If you're using QGIS 2.12, stop using the OpenLayers plugin. This plugin was extremely buggy in earlier versions of QGIS. In addition to repeatedly changing your project CRS to EPSG:3857, it often loaded layers in the wrong location. Use the QuickMapServices ...


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All satellite imagery and aerial imagery will have a certain level of misalignment down to how well it was orthorectified. If you want the two to match up you can georeference the aerial imagery using the satellite imagery you want it to match.


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In this case the most likely difference is related to year/date of the capture and the ground sample data (GSD) e.g. 6in vs 9in etc... Also, other factor can be involved, sun angle on the day of capture, type of camera and specifications. Processing etc...


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DigitalGlobe is the name of a private company that navigates several Earth observation satellites (listed here). It is difficult to find out the actual satellite that took the picture, but the spatial resolution should provide a good hint. Besides the obvious difference in dates of acquisition (change), there could also be a difference between the sensor ...


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You could try GoogleBasemaps for ArcMap which seems to provide: HD Google Maps HD Google Satellite Google Hybrid Google Live Traffic for ArcMap. However, I am not sure whether this service is legal - see https://community.esri.com/ideas/2713?commentID=70216#comment-70216 which says: I confirmed with a Google employee that www.hdgooglebasemaps.com ...


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