The cross-track width of an image defined by the camera’s field of view. If the satellite’s swath width is 60 km then a satellite image scene will usually be delivered as a 60 km x 60 km image.
Data is geometrically adjusted for the spacecraft's orientation and predicted position (i.e., North = "up"). System corrected data is useful when accurate base maps are not available.
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