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.
Berlin and Venice are exactly 786 kilometres apart. It turns out, the Sentinel-2 satellites are just as far from the Earth, 786 km! It’s incredible when you consider that, despite the distance, the sensors take very detailed pictures of the Earth.