Hi, I’m a new sentinelhub user and I’m running into some problems. What I would like to achieve:
In my Python script, given 4 latitude coordinates (longitude and latitude of top left and bottom right corner), I want to download images within this area. However, this may be a large area such as the whole USA.
I followed the guide for Large Area Utilities, and my approach is to create a Polygon object with the 4 given coordinates, then use:
bbox_splitter = BBoxSplitter([my_polygon], CRS.WGS84, (10,10), reduce_bbox_sizes=True)
To split the area into BBox’s, before iterating over each bbox and downloading each image. With the time argument being set as “latest” and a max cloud coverage of 0.5.
However, this results in most images being white, regardless of the max cloud coverage I use. From the FAQ it says that whenever an image has a cutoff with whitespace it means that Sentinel does not have data for the area. There’s no way this is the case as stitching the images together shows over 90% is blank.
What am I doing wrong? Is it the way I configured my BBox splitter?
Any help is greatly appreciated.