Create visually pleasing wildfire and burn scar images from Sentinel-2 data using the Sentinel Hub EO Browser's custom scripting. Highlight hot spots and burn scars and create Normalized Burn Ratio (NBR) images.
Taking a look at some of the more beautiful and interesting satellite images I processed in 2017. Wildfires, glaciers, volcanoes, and more - from space. Lean back, take a look, and see how fascinating Earth can look in satellite images.
Comparing the area of the Thomas Fire in California, USA, on November 28th, before the fire started, and on December 18th, while the wildfire was still ongoing. Natural color and NIR/SWIR comparison, showing the massive burn scar.
Taking a look at a mostly cloud-free Europe in this temporal mosaic made possible by the Sentinel Hub temporal abilities, using seven months of Sentinel-2 data to create a 64.000 by 64000 pixels image.
A quick comparison of a Sentinel-2A 10-meter resolution image with a SkySat 0.8-meter resolution image of Boston, MA, USA.
Using faux 3D processing to create a small animation of an Aqua MODIS image showing Hurricane Maria on September 19th, 2017.
Taking a look at the burn scar of the August 2017 Greenland wildfire near Sisimiut using Sentinel-2 images from before and after the fire.
Take a look at the eye of Hurricane Jose in this Wiggle Stereoscopy and read about some of the oddities in the way the European Sentinel-2 satellite is looking at Earth.
Using the Sinergise EO Browser to create visually pleasing discrete color NDVI images from Landsat 8 data using a custom script for rendering.
Using the Sentinel Hub EO Browser to create visually pleasing images of wild fires with highlighted areas from Sentinel-2 data using a custom script for rendering.