Planetscope Daily data response is incorrect

Hello, Sentinel hub support team.

I have some issues related to planetscope satellite data response.
I created subscription related to planetscope data usage and got collection_id related to farm.
Here are script that I used for planetscope. Actually, am getting response from this API. but that is not the daily data.
config = SHConfig()
config.sh_client_id = SENTINEL_HUB_CLIENT_ID
config.sh_client_secret = SENTINEL_HUB_CLIENT_SECRET
config.sh_base_url = “https://services.sentinel-hub.com

    catalog = SentinelHubCatalog(config=config)

    args = {
        "collection": "byoc-collection-id",
        "bbox": bbox,
        "time": (start_date, end_date)
    }
    catalogs.append(catalog.search(**args))

How can I solve this problem?
Thanks

Hi Thomas,

Apologies for only replying after the weekend:

I completely understand your situation. I want to assure you that we intend to provide daily imagery of the entire globe. However, it is important to acknowledge the inherent difficulties that come with this type of business, so we make it clear through different channels that we can provide near-daily assets. This commitment is clearly stated on the homepage of our webpage:

On average, Planet has 1700 images of every place on earth. This is an unprecedented dataset - we’re creating a global, near-daily stream of satellite imagery that can be fed into a variety of workflows for commercial and humanitarian applications, enabling an ecosystem of apps and services.

and also in our product specification (page 13):

A third generation of PlanetScope sensors (known as SuperDove or PSB.SD) is currently in orbit and is

producing daily imagery with 8 spectral bands (coastal blue, blue, green I, green, red, yellow, red edge and

near-infrared). These satellites were launched in early 2020 and started producing imagery in mid-March 2020.

PSB.SD PlanetScope satellites reached near daily cadence in August 2021. Starting on April 29, 2022 all new

PlanetScope images have 8-bands and be from the PSB.SD satellites (SuperDoves). The 8-Band PlanetScope

images can be obtained using all Planet Platforms, Integrations and API. The item-type is PSScene.

In light of the complexity inherent in our advanced imaging system, there may be exceptions, as outlined in our policies, where coverage revisit may exceed 48 hours, usually due to external factors. For instance, on July 18 last year, a coronal mass ejection (CME) from a solar flare significantly disrupted our operations, affecting our fleet and users. We promptly informed those impacted, detailing the event and our swift actions to restore regular service.

Hope that this answer helps you out!

Hi william,

Thanks for reaching me.

Here are some result from API response. - please check this.
As you can see on result data, there are some missing data.
I requested data between 2024-05-20 and 2024-06-29
As you can see, missed data for 5/24 - 5/28, 6/6 - 6/9, 6/12 - 6/17…
So could you explain about this? is this data source missing or API request error?
[
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-29T07:36:29.955Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-29T07:36:27.869Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-27T08:29:18.984Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-26T08:29:35.679Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-26T08:29:33.456Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-25T07:37:48.573Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-24T08:28:30.088Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-22T08:33:54.116Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-21T08:26:49.951Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-21T07:37:55.92Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-20T08:29:24.741Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-19T08:32:03.456Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-19T08:32:01.596Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-18T07:42:51.397Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-18T07:42:49.572Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-13T08:32:56.556Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-11T08:27:30.402Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-10T08:28:43.904Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-10T07:38:45.328Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-05T08:28:34.364Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-05T08:26:55.355Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-02T07:38:02.225Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-02T07:38:00.129Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-06-02T07:35:01.853Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-05-30T08:26:46.402Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-05-30T08:26:44.135Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-05-29T07:35:31.528Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-05-23T07:36:42.498Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
},
{
“satellite”: “S6”,
“datetime”: “2024-05-22T08:29:32.284Z”,
“cloud_cover”: null
}
]

Hi Thomas,

As I stated in my previous answer the revisit time is near daily. In practise this means 24-48 hours so I do not see anything unexpected in the response you are receiving.