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To add timestamps to timelapse, you need to add text overlays to each frame using the example from here. It is based on gena's textoverlay package. To import that package use :var text = require('users/gena/packages:text'). Then create a function that adds a property called label to each image in your stack with the timestamp of your choice. Finally, print/...


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Wow this is very fun and... extremely hard for me. Assuming "arrival" as your Arrival time field: Hour........... lpad(to_string(floor("arrival")),2,0) Minutes...... lpad(to_string((floor("arrival"*60)%60)),2,0) Seconds..... lpad(to_string(round(("arrival"*3600)%60)),2,0) Wrapping the above into single expression, it ...


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It's the number of milliseconds since the epoch (1 Jan 1970). You can convert it to an ee.Date object to use various date methods, including formatting for printing. var modisCollection = ee.ImageCollection('MODIS/006/MOD10A1') .filterDate('2000-08-21', '2001-02-28') print(ee.Date(modisCollection.first().get('system:time_start')).format("yyyy-MM-dd")) ...


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