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[McIDAS #NQE-125429]: IMGREMAP back to native satellite projection



Hi Kwan,

re:
> I have Himawari images that have been remapped into rectilinear projection
> but I would like to remap it back to the original native satellite
> projection.

Since remapping an image always results in loss of some information, remapping
an image a second time is not advisable (unless you just want a pretty picture).

re:
> I do not have any Himawari images in their native satellite
> projection available for me to remap into.

I am not sure that I have one either.  Do you know if Himawari images have
remapped into an idealized satellite projection?  If they have, then one
can use a METEOSAT image, change its sub-satellite longitude, and then remap
into it.

re:
> Nevertheless, is there a way to
> remap the images in rectilinear projection back to their native satellite
> projection?

Yes, but only if you have an image with the original, native projection.

Cheers,

Tom
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Ticket Details
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Ticket ID: NQE-125429
Department: Support McIDAS
Priority: Normal
Status: Closed
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