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Harnessing Landsat Data for Vegetation Analysis

In the realm of remote sensing, Landsat satellites stand as pillars of Earth observation, providing invaluable data for monitoring our planet's dynamic landscapes. Among the myriad applications of Landsat data, one of the most prominent and impactful is vegetation analysis. In this blog post, we'll explore how Landsat data can be harnessed to gain insights into vegetation dynamics, from monitoring forests to assessing agricultural productivity.

Using Sentinel 2 data for vegetation

Sentinel-2 is a constellation of twin satellites, Sentinel-2A and Sentinel-2B, launched by ESA as part of the Copernicus program. These satellites are equipped with multispectral sensors capable of capturing high-resolution optical imagery of the Earth's surface. The sensors onboard Sentinel-2 observe the Earth across 13 spectral bands, ranging from visible to shortwave infrared wavelengths, with spatial resolutions ranging from 10 to 60 meters.