High res satellite imagery of South Pacific at 1km resolution
The satellite image of the South Pacific at 1 km per pixel resolution gives an image 9600 pixels wide by 7200 pixels high giving an image 64 inches wide at 150 dpi. The uncompressed file size is 202 MB. Projection is defined as Plate Carree / Geographical / Linear.
The satellite systems provide frequent global coverage and generate realistic land surface colour for anywhere in the world.
Ocean color is derived from a combination of ocean depth and ocean chlorophyll observations. Polar areas covered by sea ice are derived from individual optical images.