I am working with Sentinel-1 images. at this time I am focusing on S1-GRD products.
Based on the Sentinel-1 dodumentation we know that GRE images are the same SLC images which have gone through different preprocessing steps. and unlike SLC products whose pixels are "rectangular" the pixels of GRD after some projections and resampling steps are approximated to "square" ones and we assume that they have 10x10 pixel spacing (and we know that pixel spacing is not the same as pixel resolution).
Now When I use GDAL to access some information from metadata, I see that:
Origin = (5.807367830419758,47.316947720266072)
Pixel Size = (0.000112597613697,-0.000113573780624)
Here I believe that by "pixel size", GDAL actually means "pixel spacing" and I assume that those two long lines of floating values are equal to (10,-10) in meters.
What "units" are these long floats defined in and based on what calculation can I turn them into meter units?