A screenshot from JOSM showing comparison between the low-resolution Landsat 7 from Bing imagery on the left and my self made Sentinel 2 imagery composite on the right.
Contains Copernicus Sentinel data 2016.
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|08:29, 5 February 2017||1,245 × 673 (891 KB)||AkuAnakTimur||A comparison between the low-resolution Landsat 7 from Mapbox satellite on the left and my self made Sentinel 2 imagery composite on the right. Contains Copernicus Sentinel data 2016 and Landsat 7 from Mapbox satellite.|
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