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Table 1 SAR data used in this project

From: Towards coordinated regional multi-satellite InSAR volcano observations: results from the Latin America pilot project

Satellite(s) Space agency Quota during Launch date(s) # of volcanoes
(Radar band)   the LAPP   
COSMO-SkyMed 1-4 (CSK) (X-band) Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI) 900 8 Jun. 2007; 9 Dec. 2007; 25 Oct. 2008; 5 Nov. 2010 16 (Santiaguito, Masaya, Turrialba, Soufriere Hills, Chiles-Cerro Negro, Wolf, Fernandina, Ubinas, Lazufre, Cerro Blanco, Laguna del Maule, Copahue, Llaima, Villarrica, Cordón Caulle, Hudson)
TerraSAR-X/TandDEM-X (TSX/TDX) (X-band) Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) 400 15 Jun. 2007; 21 Jun. 2010 10 (Santiaguito, Chiles-Cerro Negro, Tungurahua, Sabancaya, Ubinas, Lazufre, Laguna del Maule, Villarrica, Cordón Caulle, Hudson)
Coregistered Single look Slant range Complex (CoSSC) (X-band) DLR 150 21 Jun. 2010 15 (Santiaguito, Pacaya, Fuego, Arenal, Nevado del Ruiz, Reventador, Ubinas, Láscar, Copahue, Llaima, Villarrica, Cordón Caulle, Chaitén, Hudson, Chaitén)
Advanced Land Observation Satellite-2 (ALOS-2) (L-band) Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) 200 24 May 2014 Data available for nearly all volcanoes for the ScanSAR beam. Stripmap beam: Santiaguito, Masaya, Fernandina, Wolf, Cordón Caulle, Calbuco.
RADARSAT-2 (RSAT2) (C-band) Canadian Space Agency/MacDonald Detwiler and Associates (CSA/MDA) 270 14 Dec. 2007 15 (Popocatepetl, Pacaya, Santiaguito, Masaya, Turrialba, Cotopaxi, Tungurahua (later became part of the supersite), Reventador, Lazufre, Laguna del Maule, Copahue, Llaima, Villarrica, Cordón Caulle, Calbuco)
Sentinel-1A/B (C-band) European Space Agency (ESA) No limit 3 Apr. 2014; 22 Apr. 2016 Data available for nearly all volcanoes