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Satellite image ruined by sun glint

Sun Glint Can Ruin Satellite Imagery. How Do We Avoid It?

Sun glint occurs when sunlight reflects off water or another reflective surface at the satellite sensor, creating a bright glare in the image. That can make it impossible to extract useful information from satellite imagery. What do we do to minimise its impact?

European Space Imaging becomes EUSI

We are excited to announce that European Space Imaging are rebranding to the acronym of EUSI. After more than 20 years in the Earth Observation business,