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Multispectral imagery refers to satellite images that capture data from multiple spectral bands, which are different ranges of wavelengths of light. These images allow us to see different features on the Earth's surface in more detail, by providing information about the reflectance or absorption of different types of surfaces, such as vegetation, water, soil, and human-made structures.
Each spectral band captures a different type of information about the surface, such as the presence of chlorophyll in plants, the temperature of the surface, or the moisture content of soil. By combining the data from multiple spectral bands, we can create a more complete and nuanced picture of the Earth's surface.
Some common use cases for multispectral imagery include: