The image has been acquired on 14 April and shows a detail of Bosporus strait with his two European and Asian sides

06 May 2022

A big and warm congrat by ASI to the EnMAP team for his wonderful first acquisition over Istanbul, here shown as a PRISMA L1 product too. The image has been acquired on 14 April 2022 and shows a detail of Bosporus strait with his two European and Asian sides. Istanbul, the most populous European city fills the image almost entirely. Near the center is shown the 15 July Martyrs Bridge, one of the three bridges over Bosporus.

Data/Information generated by E. Lopinto under an ASI License to Use; Original PRISMA Product - © ASI - (2022)

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