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SNAP 6.0 released

The SNAP development team is pleased to announce a new SNAP release.

The different installers for the supported platforms can be downloaded.
Besides bug fixes and improvements, several new features are waiting for you. For example

SNAP

  • Improvements to the GPT memory configuration
  • Progress is now provided on the command line
  • Problem of keyboard stops working with SNAP 5.0 has been solved
  • Merge operator supports specifying exclusions
  • Plotting of metadata values is supported
  • Module updates are now correctly considered by snappy
  • Allow the export of pins to Google Earth KMZ format

A comprehensive list of all issues resolved can be found in our issue tracking system

Sentinel-1 Toolbox

  • Integrate into the Product Library integration with SciHub
  • Add option to terrain correction to use a standard grid across images
  • Support for ALOS on-demand products from ESA IPF
  • Topo Phase Removal handles multiple slave images correctly
  • DEM is oversampled in Terrain Flattening
  • Error in Interferogram with TSX/TDX CoSSC data
  • RSTB output Polarisation Orientation Angle

A comprehensive list of all issues resolved can be found in our issue tracking system

Sentinel-2 Toolbox

  • Read detector footprint masks per detector
  • Support for ZIP inputs
  • Sentinel-2B product support
  • New Segmentation processor
  • New Multi-size mosaic processor
  • New S2 Resampler processor
  • Enhancement of the Sen2Cor configuration

A comprehensive list of all issues resolved can be found in our issue tracking system

Sentinel-3 Toolbox

  • Integrated C2RCC processor
  • Support rayleigh correction for S2-MSI
  • Support Rad2Refl for SLSTR
  • Support Landsat data from dataset ‘Collection 1’
  • FU Classification extended for S2-MSI, MODIS500 and CZCS

A comprehensive list of all issues resolved can be found in our issue tracking system

For more information about changes made for this release please have a look at the release notes of the different projects: SNAP, S1TBX, S2TBX, S3TBX, SMOS Box, PROBA-V Toolbox

Enjoy the new release
The SNAP Team

Notable Replies

  1. ABraun says:

    where do I find this?

    Thank you all for the improvements!

  2. marpet says:

    It seems those options did not make it into the GUI. You can use them from the command line either using only the operator or using it within a graph.

    @cwong or @timmoorhouse can you create an issue to update the GUI for the operators?

  3. ABraun says:

    alright, thank you. What is the sense of this option by the way?

  4. ABraun says:

    didn’t see that, I think I now understand it - thank you!

Continue the discussion forum.step.esa.int

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