SENTINEL-1 SATELLITE IMAGERY

The Sentinel-1 satellite formed the first part of the Copernicus space mission, launched by the European Space Agency in 2014. It is a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite enabling imagery to be obtained irrespective of the weather. The imagery obtained from this satellite aims to provide vital information to both the public and private sector, to help monitor sea ice, marine environments, land surface motion and support humanitarian aid in crisis situations. With a revisit time of just 12 days and a spatial resolution down to 5m, Sentinel-1 can provide free and up-to-date information to a multitude of applications.
Contains Copernicus data (2015)/R. Grandin/IPGP/CNRS

OVERVIEW OF SENTINEL-1

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Parameter Sentinel-1
Orbit Altitude 693km
Radar Bands C-Band
SAR Imagery Modes Stripmap (GSD: 5m, 80km swath), Interferometric Wide Swath Mode (GSD: 5x20m, 240km swath), Extra Wide Swath Mode (400km Swath, single-look), Wave Mode (20x5m).
Polarisation VV+VH or HH+HV
Ground Sampling Distance (GSD) 5-20m
Launch/Life Expectancy 2014-2021
Revisit Time 12 day
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