What is the format of the Blue Marble referencing file (.RSF)?

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What is the format of the Blue Marble referencing file (.RSF)?

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The first line contains the version of the file format, not to be confused with the version of the software, and the total number of points in the file. The remaining lines contain, in each line, the point ID, the x (row) pixel, the y (column) pixel, the z (elevation) value which is usually 0.00 followed by the ground coordinates expressed as Latitude or Northing (Y), Longitude or Easting (X) and Elevation (Z). The last value indicates whether the point described on that line is included in the solution, 0 = not included and 1 = included. Here is an example: 2 4 “Point 1” 0.000 0.000 0.0 44.00337 -69.87905 0.00 0 “Point 2” 0.000 4351.000 0.0 44.00303 -69.74662 0.00 1 “Point 3” 5951.000 4351.000 0.0 43.87217 -69.74744 0.00 1 “Point 4” 5951.000 0.000 0.0 43.87251 -69.87988 0.00 1 Q: How do you user-define an Albers Equal Area coordinate system? A: Select Options/View Coordinate System Definitions. Select new group, give it a unique name (i.e.. Albers). Select new system, once again selec

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