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Image stereo pairs obtained from pinhole cameras can be stereo-rectified, thus permitting to test and use the many standard stereo matching algorithms of the literature. Yet, it is well-known that pushbroom Earth observation satellites produce image pairs that are not stereo-rectifiable. Nevertheless, we show that by a new and adequate use of the satellite calibration data, one can perform a precise local stereorectification of large Earth images. Based on this we built a fully automatic 3Ddoi:10.1109/icip.2014.7026102 dblp:conf/icip/FranchisMMMF14 fatcat:nodczvb4erf3njhy7uwksmj72i