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SPOT 6/7 Streaming

SPOT imagery in GeoTIFF format. RGB and panchromatic (1.5 m) bands.

Description

SPOT 6/7 are high-resolution twin satellites offering 1.5m resolution products. They can cover large-area in single pass up to 100,000km². They are especially designed to cover nationwide areas within a season.

This block provides AOI-clipped versions of the imagery from the SPOT NAOMI sensor. The output image contains all the web Mercator tiles intersecting or covering the input AOI (depending on the geometric filter used) in a resolution defined by the used zoom level (see this link for the definition of zoom levels).

The available output bands of the SPOT block are: red, green, blue, and panchromatic (current version does not support NIR).The default behaviour is to only deliver RGB, the panchromatic band needs to be requested using a query parameter.

Note: This is a Visual imagery product that returns 3 bands (RGB) with 8 bits. Many analytics blocks cannot process the output of this block directly but need it to be pre-processed using the Raster Tiling (UP42) block. Please check the corresponding block descriptions.

Technical information

FeatureInfo
Archive date / refresh frequencyA selection of SPOT images acquired every day worldwide, since December 2017, to provide a yearly coverage of the globe.
Frequency bandsPanchromatic: 0.450-0.745 μm / Blue: 0.450-0.520 μm / Green: 0.530-0.590 μm / Red: 0.625-0.695 μm / Near Infrared: 0.760-0.890 μm
ResolutionPanchromatic: 1.5m / Multispectral: 1.5m / Swath: 60km at nadir
Processing levelOrtho Bundle 8 bits Display GeoTIFF (Level3)
Data formatGeoTIFF

Band information and revisit rate

Band CategorySpatial ResolutionRevisit
Visible (3)1.5 m1 day
Near-Infrared (1)1.5 m1 day
Panchromatic (1)1.5 m1 day

Use cases

For more information about potential use cases, see the case study gallery.

More information

For more information about this data, please see the block's documentation page here or check the provider website.

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