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Reader for Sentinel-1 Extended Timing Annotation Dataset

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2020-2022 Nuno Mirada, Antonio Valentino


The s1etad Python package provides tools for easy access to Sentinel-1 Extended Timing Annotation Datasets.

The current version of the package is based on the Product Format Specification Document (ETAD-DLR-PS-0014) Issue 1.5.

Main features provided are:

  • open and navigate all the S1-ETAD elements:

    • product (Sentinel1Etad class)

    • swaths (Sentinel1EtadSwath class)

    • bursts (Sentinel1EtadBurst class)

  • inspect metadata

  • perform queries on bursts (by time, swath name, product name or any combination) using the Sentinel1Etad.burst_catalogue

  • easy iteration

  • read corrections

  • perform correction mosaic: de-bursting and swath stitching (a basic algorithm is currently implemented)

  • get footprints

  • generate simple KML files of the product

  • integration with Jupyter environments



To install the s1etad package simpy run the following command:

$ python3 -m pip install s1etad[kmz,cli]

In conda environments:

$ conda install -c avalentino -c conda-forge s1etad


The s1etad package is distributed unthe the terms of the MIT License.

See LICENSE.txt for mare details.

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