What is the resolution of the Sentinel-2 mission?
What is the revisit frequency of the Sentinel-2 satellites?
- The revisit frequency of each single SENTINEL-2 satellite is 10 days and the combined constellation revisit is 5 days. The spatial resolution of an instrument is the at-ground representation of an individual detector in a satellite sensor array.
What is Sentinel-2 and how does it work?
- SENTINEL-2, launched as part of the European Commission’s Copernicus program on June 23, 2015, was designed specifically to deliver a wealth of data and imagery.
What is temporal resolution in satellite imagery?
- Temporal Resolution. Temporal resolution is the amount of time, expressed in days, that elapses before a satellite revisits a particular point on the Earth's surface. The satellites in the SENTINEL-2 constellation will provide a revisit time of 5 days at the equator in cloud-free conditions.
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