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Sure. See https://developers.google.com/earth-engine/datasets/, it has all the details.


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The discrepancy is due to registration issue as pointed by @Vince. I checked some other places and, globe view and flat view seem to agree there quite well; which also means both uses WGS84 for the datum as pointed by @FSimardGIS.


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The solution was to use proj4 string instead of the Known Coordinate System. Instead of var Arc1960UTMZone36S = KnownCoordinateSystems.Projected.UtmOther.Arc1960UTMZone36S; Arc1960UTMZone36S.AuthorityCode = 21036; Use String proj4_21036_str = "+proj=utm +zone=36 +south +ellps=clrk80 +towgs84=-160,-6,-302,0,0,0,0 +units=m +no_defs"; ...


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Oracle uses Longitude first, followed by latitude. The coordinates you have entered are swapped


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