First Spot 5 (Take5) Ortho

The first Spot5 (Take5) image from the Lake Victoria image in Uganda has been ortho-rectified (L1C).

Registered with a similar product from Landsat 8, both images match very well, but we need to validate that much further.

We are starting to catch-up our late start due to the late definition of the sites. Most of the ancillary data for the 150 sites are ready (still missing the most Northern sites), and the first ortho-rectification was processed on the nominal configuration at Theia (CNES) by the Muscate exploitation team.

More information on : https://labo.obs-mip.fr/multitemp/?p=4981

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