Tag: sentinel

  • Tromsø, Norway through different satellite eyes

    Each of the following images are downloaded using the free online Sentinel Hub EO Browser application. True color composite Sensors carried by satellites can image Earth in different regions of the electromagnetic spectrum. Each region in the spectrum is referred to as a band. Sentinel-2 has 13 bands. True color composite uses visible light bands […]

  • Looking at beautiful Somalia in colors

    It has been a little while since I dropped into Sentinel Hubs Playground, but after seeing a satellite image at my living rooms Chromecast, I had to take a look myself. Here is the result, simply stunning: Most of the pictures are viewed through agriculture bands 11, 8, 2 with Atmospheric correction switched on.

  • Eying an Ukranian gulf from the sky with Sentinel Hub

    Gulf of Tendra or Tendra Bay is a shallow water bay near the coast of Ukraine (peninsula Yahorlyk Kut), northern Black Sea. Here is a view from the air as well: https://goo.gl/maps/HLqmUMWgL822 Take a look at these stunning images taken by a Sentinel 2 satellite

  • Stunning pictures of Vladivostok, Russia

    I have never travelled to Vladivostok, far east in Russia, but I did have a look-see through the orbiting #Sentinel2 satellite. Simply stunning!

  • Mongolia from above

    Navigating through the enormous data sets from the Copernicus programme, I wanted to focus on Mongolia this time. Here are some beauties I came across.

  • Eyes in the sky

    Just watched the Antitrust movie from the 90s, which perhaps was on the verge before web 2.0 became a reality. Prior to web 2.0, Internet was slow and it would take ages just to download a media file like a mp3-file using Napster or the like. Video streaming was simply not arrived, the technology wasn’t […]

  • A view at Russian water flow in modified natural colors

    Using the following settings to enhance the difference in the water in Sentinel Hub’s Playground tool, I grabbed some satellite images of Russian water flowing into the seas. Band: Natural color Atmospheric correction: on Gain: 4.3 Gamma: 0.4 Date: 12–07–2017 The results is so pleasing and delightful to look at. Here are some more examples […]