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There is a clear trend toward the use of higher spatial resolution satellite sensors. Due to the low revisit time of these sensors and frequent cloud coverage, many applications require data from different sensors to be combined in order to have more frequent observations. This raises concerns regarding data interoperability and consistency. The initial pre-requisite is that there are no radiometric differences in top-of-atmosphere (TOA) observations. This paper aims to quantitatively assessdoi:10.3390/rs11192253 fatcat:an3jocjxo5b7ni4dmkjc4udfim