I have a similar issue to the posts below but since the last update on this was in 2019 I wonder if I can ask again. Sorry in advance in case I have missed an update.
I’m aware the imagery belong to different orbits, and I can see the shift, the problem is identifying the reference tile meaning the one with little to no shift.
After these I will be using even more tiles from 2016 and 2020 so I would like to ask if the shift is always North-to-South? If not where can I find more information about the accuracy?
And if the imagery that seems to have the shift, in this case, are 2020 ones.
some examples of a sector where the 5 tiles overlap
(except T09WWT_20160806T204022 due to cloud cover).
Between the two examples from 2016 there seemed to be a 10m shift from west to east due to different orbits (R057 and R071) and same thing between the imagery from 2020. But by comparing the example from 2016 (R057) to 2020 (R071) it seems that actually there was no misalignment West-East wise. Maybe it’s related with the sensing angle? Sorry I am no expert.
And the imagery that seem to have the North-to-South shift are actually 2020 ones
Hello @ABraun I am trying your suggestion. First issue is that one of the processed (Sen2cor) granules doesn’t load in SNAP, simply doesn’t open. And the second is that an error shows every time I try to run GeFolki. Is it common? I’m reading past posts regarding co-registration but can’t find a solution.
Sorry and thank you again.