You can find on this page the New Zealand satellite map to print and to download in PDF. The New Zealand map from satellite presents new pictures of New Zealand as seen from the sky in Oceania.

New Zealand satellite map

Map of New Zealand from satellite

The New Zealand satellite map shows new pictures of New Zealand as seen from the sky. This satellite map of New Zealand will allow you to visit the country New Zealand in Oceania as seen from the sky. The New Zealand satellite map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Several features can be recognized from the New Zealand satellite images, as if you were in space looking down at the Earth: Land: From green for vegetation to brown for dryer regions. Lakes as its mentioned in New Zealand satellite map: From light to dark blue, depending upon sediment levels (e.g. glacial flour in Lake Pukaki). Ocean: Blue, dark blue. River / Sediment Plumes: light-coloured plumes at or near river mouths.

AQUA and TERRA are polar orbiting satellites that both pass over New Zealand twice per day (once during the daytime, once at night) at an altitude of 705 km as you can see in New Zealand satellite map. An image is generated only when the data coverage over the New Zealand area is at least 90%, which requires that the satellite passes fairly directly over New Zealand.

New Zealand is long and narrow (over 1,600 kilometres (990 mi) along its north-north-east axis with a maximum width of 400 kilometres (250 mi)) as its shown in New Zealand satellite map. It has 15,134 km (9,398 mi) of coastline and extensive marine resources. The country claims the fifth-largest Exclusive Economic Zone in the world, covering over four million square kilometres (1.5 million sq mi), more than 15 times its land area. It is an isolated country with no land borders.