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Please use this page to make sure that the usage scenarios and information provided to Astro Digital API is valid. [block:api-header] { "title": "Limitations for the Areas of Interest (AOIs)" } [/block] 1. For imagery products minimal size of the AOI =1 ha 2. For [Vegetation Trends API](doc:vegetation-trends-api) each feature should be between 30 and 3000 ha. 3. The platform accepts geometries in GeoJson format. Examples of simple and more complex shapefiles are here: https://docs.astrodigital.com/v2.0/docs/areas-of-interest-best-practices 4. Maximal distance between features in a feature collection - 50km 5. All vertices are in 2d format - without elevation. Example [ -122.29876849, 40.15238459] 6. The platform doesn't accept: * self-intersections in polygons * intersections of features in feature collection * repeated points with the same coordinates. See more information about working with Areas of Interest see [here](doc:areas-of-interest-best-practices) 7. One AOI should contain less than 200 vertices (single points) [block:api-header] { "title": "Platform limitations" } [/block] 60 API calls per minute by default. See more here: https://docs.astrodigital.com/v2.0/docs/limitations-for-astro-digital-api-calls