Data from Sentinel 2 orbiting from June are now available.
Since two satellites are orbiting 180° apart, which along with their 290 km-wide swaths, allows Earth’s land surfaces to be covered potentially every five days it is even less the more you move from the equator towards the poles.
In Northern Europe for example we have possible acquisitions every 2.5 days, while in Italy every 3-4 days.
Data from the constellation are immediately processed by SITI4farmer and represented in NDVI maps.
More information at: //www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Observing_the_Earth/Copernicus/Sentinel-2/Satellite_constellation