The Sentinel-1 radar imaging mission is composed of a constellation of two polar-orbiting satellites providing continuous all-weather, day and night imagery for Land and Maritime Monitoring. C-band synthetic aperture radar imaging has the advantage of operating at wavelengths that are not obstructed by clouds or lack of illumination and therefore can acquire data during day or night under all weather conditions. Since December 2021 only one satellite of the costellation remained active.

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