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You should read about the Landsat 7 ETM+ SLC-off data This refers to all Landsat 7 images collected after May 31, 2003, when the Scan Line Corrector (SLC) failed. These products have data gaps, but are still useful and maintain the same radiometric and geometric corrections as data collected prior to the SLC failure. https://www.usgs.gov/landsat-missions/...


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If you like Python solutions this tiny script may help: https://github.com/dmserebr/OsmTileMerger


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You can install the Layer2KMZ plugin in QGIS. https://plugins.qgis.org/plugins/layer2kmz/ which should save everything correctly. Remember, that as an output you will have the .kmz file. This is a zipped .kml file, which includes all additional elements related to it. In your case, it will be the image defined I guess.


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You are using the wrong collection for calculating the mean (based in your former question). It is terra_mndwi; not terra_SR. There are other errors adding bands and mapping collections. Following code fixes all issues. var jawa = ee.FeatureCollection("projects/ee-tugasakhirkkh/assets/Daerah_Penelitian"); Map.centerObject(jawa,7); //Define ...


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The problem is functions order. First, you add LST band, then you compute MNDISI. Also, this chunk won't work: .map(function(img){ return img.addBands(terra_LST.filter(ee.Filter.eq('system:index',img.get('system:index')))) }) You are mapping addBands() function trying to add bands from an ee.ImageCollection, it should be ee.Image type. No worries, ....


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