Every painting has its story. The same is true for satellite images. This blogpost is about a Sentinel-2 satellite image of the Australian bush fire and how a second data source helped to visualize fire-fighting missions.
How often does Landsat-8 and Sentinel-2 appear at the same location at the same time?! Do both satellites really fly over the same spot somewhere at the same time, sometime? If so, Sentinel-2 should incidentally take photos of the Landsat-8 satellite itself. Well, let the quest for an unlikely image begin.
The blog post shows how the vegetation of two public parks changes seasonally. Multi-temporal satellite images were used to aggregate monthly histograms of vegetation index values.