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Question asked by CADEngr2014 on Oct 17, 2015
Latest reply on Oct 19, 2015 by CBenkelman-esristaff



I am using ArcMap 10.2.1.


I am learning about the cell resolution of aerial imagery.  I understand imagery we see from the ESRI World Map Server in ArcMap is composed of many "cells" when zoomed-out in ArcMap.  But the image, when zoomed-in, will eventually arrive at the maximum spatial resolution when the map no longer changes with the zoom, so 1m on the map is equal to 1m on the ground resolution.  Does anyone have a graphic representation of what the resolution cells look like; ie. are they overlapping, or stacked geometrically on a grid, etc. ?