What are Heritage missions?
For more than 30 years, ESA has acquired data from over 45 Earth observation missions. To preserve the historical data from missions that have concluded operations, ESA created a dedicated long-term data programme in 2008, which is today known as the Heritage Space Programme.
Learn more about ESA’s EO Heritage missions in our new infographic:
Find the tools you need to process and visualise data, browse through mission documentation and learn more about European Space Agency Earth Observation projects and opportunities.
News - General News
ESA's new DataCube service is now available
ESA is pleased to announce the deployment of a new service, called ESA PDGS-DataCube, enabling multi-temporal and pixel-based access to a subset of the data available in the European Space Agency dissemination services. Read moremore News
Event - Workshop
EO Level1 Lessons Learned Workshop
As a result of a recommendation at the Atmospheric Composition Validation and Evolution workshop held on 13-15 March 2013, representatives from the atmospheric composition and optical Level 1 communities participated in a meeting in June 2013 to discuss how to integrate the latest findings on Level 1 activities into the upcoming reprocessing campaigns of ERS1/ERS-2/Envisat and to support scientific research, the EO applications and exploitation community, ESA programmes, to prepare for the Sentinels operations phase and draw together lessons learned for future missions. The presentations and the meeting report are available below. Read moremore Events
Tools & Toolboxes - Analysis, Visualisation, Processing
ESA PDGS Jupyter Notebook
A series of Jupyter Notebooks are made available for the users, in order to understand how to exploit the API that provides the data access service for different types of datasets included in the ESA PDGS datacube. Read moremore Tools and toolboxes
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