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  • Data - Other

    Data - Other

    EO Sign In registration

    Learn how to register an EO Sign In account, which is required to access some data and submit proposals for data.

  • Data - Data Description

    Data - Data Description

    SeaSat ESA archive

    The Seasat ESA archive collection mainly covers Europe during the full life of the mission. The products are available as: Level-1 SAR Ellipsoid...

  • Data - Data Description

    Data - Data Description

    JERS-1 SAR Level 1 Single Look Complex Image

    The JSA_SLC_1P product is comparable to the ESA SLC/IMS images generated for Envisat ASAR and ERS SAR instruments. It is a slant-range projected...

  • Data - Data Description

    Data - Data Description

    JERS-1 SAR Level 1 Precision Image

    The JSA_PRI_1P product is comparable to the ESA PRI/IMP images generated for Envisat ASAR and ERS SAR instruments. It is a ground range projecte...

  • Data - Data Description

    Data - Data Description

    COSMO-SkyMed ESA archive

    The COSMO-SkyMed archive collection consists of COSMO-SkyMed products requested by ESA supported projects over their areas of interest around th...

  • Data - Data Description

    Data - Data Description

    COSMO-SkyMed full archive and tasking

    COSMO-SkyMed full archive and new tasking products are available in following SAR modes: ScanSAR HUGE Region, ScanSAR WIDE Region, StripMap HIMA...

  • Mission - Earth Explorers

    Mission - Earth Explorers

    Biomass

    The objective of the Biomass mission is to determine the global distribution of forest biomass.

  • Data - Data Download

    Data - Data Download

    TPM LOADS

    Download data from TPMs through the ESA TPM Online Dissemination system. The data is freely available to registered EO Sign In users.

  • Document - Technical Note

    Document - Technical Note

    The SeaSat-A Synthetic Aperture Radar System

    The SeaSat-A synthetic aperture radar imaging radar system (SAR) was the first imaging radar system used as a scientific instrument from Earth orbit. The system generated continuous radar imagery with a 100 km swath at a resolution of 25 m from an 800 km altitude orbit. The imagery is a pictorial representation of the radar backscatter of the Earth's surface in a map-like representation.

  • Document - General Reference

    Document - General Reference

    SeaSat views Oceans and Sea Ice with Synthetic Aperture Radar

    Fifty-one Seasat synthetic-aperture radar (SAR) images of the oceans and sea ice are presented in this document to demonstrate the variety of information contained in this unique and extensive imagery.

  • Event - Conference

    Event - Conference

    Living Planet Symposium 2019

    ESA's Living Planet Symposia are amongst the biggest Earth observation conferences in the world. The events see scientists present their latest findings on Earth's environment and climate.

  • News - Scientific Highlights

    News - Scientific Highlights

    ESA's Earth Explorers surpassing expectations

    In this video, learn how each Earth Explorer mission is contributing to Earth science, and changing the way we look at our beloved planet.

  • Instrument - Imaging Radars

    Instrument - Imaging Radars

    SAR (JERS-1)

    The JERS-1 mission had a Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) on board.

  • Mission - Heritage Missions, Third Party Missions

    Mission - Heritage Missions, Third Party Missions

    SeaSat

    On board SeaSat was the first-ever space-borne synthetic aperture radar (SAR) system for science applications.

  • Mission - Heritage Missions, Third Party Missions

    Mission - Heritage Missions, Third Party Missions

    JERS-1

    The overall objectives of JERS-1 were the generation of global data sets with SAR and OPS sensors aimed at surveying resources, establishing an integrated Earth observation system

  • Mission - Third Party Missions

    Mission - Third Party Missions

    COSMO-SkyMed

    COSMO-SkyMed is an Italian Earth-imaging constellation consisting of four identical satellites which launched between 2007 and 2010.