When we given start and end time dates for quering date in sentinal-hub api, have read that “If two time points (start and end of the time range) are specified, the service will return a mosaic of the images from that time range”
Mosaic is mostly done to fuse mostly non-overlapping regions into a single image, but here our region will be present in many images and have a time-series values but only 1 image is returned. It will take on so many different values in this time period as well. Don’t understand how values for overlapping region among the many images are estimated. Are they averaged? How to interpret this statement?
Also is there a way to get the capture date of the image returned? Currently get_data() returns only a list with the image array.
The request made is from the examples:
request_true_color = SentinelHubRequest( evalscript=evalscript_true_color, input_data=[ SentinelHubRequest.input_data( data_collection=DataCollection.SENTINEL2_L1C, time_interval=('2020-06-12', '2020-06-13'), ) ], responses=[ SentinelHubRequest.output_response('default', MimeType.PNG) ], bbox=betsiboka_bbox, size=betsiboka_size, config=config )