Minimize Routine Copernicus Sentinel-1 observations over Norway

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Title: Routine Copernicus Sentinel-1 observations over Norway

Description: Observations from the Copernicus Sentinel-1 constellation are performed every 6 days using the Sentinel-1A and -1B satellites in both ascending (left) and descending (right) orbit passes, allowing to perform interferometry at 6 days interval in both geometries. The radar instrument is used in the so-called Interferometric Wide Swath mode, featuring a swath of 250 km.

Copyright: Contains modified Copernicus Sentinel data (2018)/ processed by Norut/NGU using software developed by the KSAT-GMS partnership.