COSMO/SKYMED is currently the unique constellation of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensors operative, which is also for civilian use. On April 6, 2009, an Mw 6.3 earthquake struck the city of l'Aquila in Central Italy. The constellation acquired data stacks over the hit area at an unprecedented temporal rate. In this letter, the results obtained by processing several data set via two independent multitemporal differential interferometric SAR techniques are presented to demonstrate the capability of this constellation in postseismic deformations monitoring.

Postseismic Deformation Monitoring With the COSMO/SKYMED Constellation

PEDUTO, DARIO;
2011

Abstract

COSMO/SKYMED is currently the unique constellation of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) sensors operative, which is also for civilian use. On April 6, 2009, an Mw 6.3 earthquake struck the city of l'Aquila in Central Italy. The constellation acquired data stacks over the hit area at an unprecedented temporal rate. In this letter, the results obtained by processing several data set via two independent multitemporal differential interferometric SAR techniques are presented to demonstrate the capability of this constellation in postseismic deformations monitoring.
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