The standard PlanetScope products that are distributed today are radiometrically calibrated (scaled at-sensor radiance) and orthorectified using ground control points for precision correction and digital elevation models to correct for relief displacement. 6SV processes the calibrated product to surface reflectance, which enables quantifying land surface change after having normalized the data for viewing geometry, solar illumination, and atmospheric correction.
Articles in this section
- Planet Combined Imagery Product Specifications
- Are the Footprints Associated with the Raster Bounding Box an Exact Representation?
- Does Planet Have Publicly Available Ephemeris Data?
- How, Why and When to Use the New Target Sensor in the Harmonization Tool
- Where Can I See the Timestamp of Captured Imagery in Planet Explorer?
- Extracting Inputs to the Atmospheric Correction in a Planetscope or Skysat Surface Reflectance Image
- PlanetScope Constellation & Sensor Overview
- Image Quality: Standard vs Test Imagery
- What Is the Order of Reflectance Coefficients in the GeoTiff Header for SkySat Imagery?
- Planet Fusion Monitoring Technical Specification