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Combining Band Data

Found it, Composite Bands was the function I was looking for.
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Apply linear stretch to Landsat 8 images in the tmap R package

I figured out how to improve the contrast: fcc_nir_s <- terra::stretch(fcc_nir, minv = 0, maxv = 255, minq = 0.2, maxq = 0.98) tm_shape(fcc_nir_s) + tm_rgb() This rescales rasters to 8-bit and ...
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Apply linear stretch to Landsat 8 images in the tmap R package

Linear stretch with stretch="lin" in plotRGB will stretch up to the max of your data, which is 23358. If you do: tmap(fcc_nir) + tm_rgb(max.value = max(values(fcc_nir))) then you should ...
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Why Landsat images are tilted/rotated?

Each near-polar Landsat orbit takes about 90 minutes to complete. The Earth rotates beneath the satellite at a rate of 15 degrees per hour (time zones are split into 15 degree segments). The satellite ...
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Download Landsat imagery from Earth Explorer using python and metadata

Once you download the scenes (with entityIds) as a csv from the USGS Earth Explorer, you can edit the same script located here to download the scenes using the Machine-to-Machine API located here. ...
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How to filter out daytime image of LANDSAT 8 using google earth engine?

About using ee.Filter.calendarRange() - you might have expected that images in certain location will be coming at different hours. In many areas, it's not a case. Also,ee.Filter.calendarRange() is way ...
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