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Thanks for your response,
Let me explain, if you are into Python, no matter what
lats= np.linspace(lat.max(),lat.min(),2400) (or)
My point is simple and straight. When I change the coordinate system from
Sinusoidal to Mercator projection. Still, the map is bending towards the left with an increase in latitude from the equator.
Should I need to use any offset to lats= np.linspace(lat.max(),lat.min(),2400) ??
or to lons ?
2) Of course, maps will shift if you are projecting them and there is no solution. How do you expect to get the exact map representation (visualization) after projecting it?
3) If you want to extract ET products for a specific location, just use the AρρEEARS software. Otherwise, you must handle and merge more than one "hdf" file.
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Have you been able to explore NASA's AppEEARS (https://appeears.earthdatacloud.nasa.gov/) as @ogsahin mentioned? I think it would help. Another option outside of Python is to use the GDAL Warp (https://gdal.org/programs/gdalwarp.html) utility.