I’ve noticed that when I zoom right in on a Sentinel-2A tile the pixels appear to be misaligned when compared to an observation at a different time. To demonstrate, this animated gif flicks between one Sentinel-2A image and then another 10 days later. I’ve also noticed that there is a persistent wobble/shift over a whole years (2017) worth of Sentinel-2A (and B) data.
The file names used to create the gif are:
My question is – Is this a known issue? And if so, can it be corrected for within SNAP?
I believe this issue is related to this question (which isn’t resolved yet): Strong pixel shifts in image (different sensing orbits)
The wobble (or shift) is apparent for L1C, L2A and L2A after Reprojection (Raster -> Geometric Operations -> Reprojection). I’ve also tried Collocation (Raster -> Geometric Operations -> Collocation) but the wobble is still there when comparing the master to the slave.