World Imagery provides one meter or better satellite and aerial imagery in many parts of the world and lower resolution satellite imagery worldwide. The map includes 15-meter TerraColor imagery at small and mid-scales(~1:591M down to ~1:288k) for the world. The map features Maxar imagery at 0.3-meter resolution for select metropolitan areas around the world, 0.5-meter resolution across the United States and parts of Western Europe, and 0.6-1.2-meter resolution imagery across the rest of the world. In addition to commercial sources, the World Imagery map features high-resolution aerial photography contributed by the GIS User Community. This imagery ranges from 0.3-meter to 0.03-meter resolution, down to ~1:280 in select communities.You can contribute your imagery to this map and have it served by Esri via theCommunity Maps Program.Updates and CoverageYou can use theWorld Imagery Updatesapp to learn more about recent updates and map coverage.CitationsThis layer includes imagery provider, collection date, resolution,accuracy, and source of the imagery. With the Identify tool in ArcGIS Desktop or the ArcGIS Online Map Vieweryou can see imagery citations. Citations returned apply only to the available imagery at that location and scale. You may need to zoom in to view the best available imagery. Citations can also be accessed in theWorld Imagery with Metadata web map.UseYou can add this layer to the ArcGIS Online Map Viewer, ArcGIS Desktop, or ArcGIS Pro. To view this layer with a useful reference overlay, open theImagery Hybridweb map.FeedbackHave you ever seen a problem in the Esri World Imagery Map that you wanted to report? You can use theImagery Map Feedback web mapto provide comments on issues. The feedback will be reviewed by the ArcGIS Online team and considered for one of our updates.