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## DATA

Discover and download the Earth observation data you need from the broad catalogue of missions the European Space Agency operate and support.

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#### Announcement of Opportunity for NoR

ESA invites submissions for the Network of Resources (NoR) call, which aims to support research, development and pre-commercial users to innovate their working practices, moving from a data download paradigm towards a 'bring the user to the data' paradigm.

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#### VT GOCE Data

This collection contains the VT GOCE software and associated data set needed to run the software that is used for GOCE data visualisation.

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#### GOCE Telemetry

This collection contains all GOCE platform and instruments telemetry. For details see the Packets Description file.

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#### GOCE Thermosphere Data

Thermospheric density and crosswind data products derived from GOCE data. Latest baseline _0200. The GOCE+ Air Density and Wind Retrieval using GOCE Data project produced a dataset of thermospheric density and crosswind data products which were derived from ion thruster activation data from GOCE telemetry. The data was combined with the mission's accelerometer and star camera data products. The products provide data continuty and extend the accelerometer-derived thermosphere density data sets from the CHAMP and GRACE missions. The resulting density and wind observations are made available in the form of time series and grids. These data can be applied in investigations of solar-terrestrial physics, as well as for the improvement and validation of models used in space operations. Funded by ESA through the Support To Science Element (STSE) of ESA's Earth Observation Envelope Programme, supporting the science applications of ESA's Living Planet programme, the project was a partnership between TU Delft, CNES and Hypersonic Technology Göttingen. Dataset history Date Change Reason 18/04/2019 - Time series data v2.0, covering the whole mission - Updated data set user manual - New satellite geometry and aerodynamic model - New vertical wind field - New data for the deorbit phase, (GPS+ACC and GPS-only versions) Updated satellite models and additional data 14/07/2016 - Time series data v1.5, covering the whole mission - Updated data set user manual Removal of noisy data 31/07/2014 - Time series data v1.4, covering the whole mission - Gridded data, now including error estimates - Updated data set user manual; Updated validation report; Updated ATBD Full GOCE dataset available 28/09/2013 Version 1.3 density/winds timeseries and gridded data released. User manual updated to v1.3 Bug fix and other changes 04/09/2013 Version 1.2 density/winds timeseries and gridded data released, with user manual First public data release of thermospheric density/winds data

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#### GOCE TEC and ROTI

GOCE total electron content (TEC) and rate of TEC index (ROTI) data.

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#### ERS PRARE Precise Orbit Product (ERS.ORB.POD/ERS.ORB/PRC)

The precise orbit results from a data reduction process in which all available tracking data (Single-Lens Reflex, radar altimeter crossovers, PRARE range and Doppler data) and most accurate correction, transformation and dynamical models are taken into account and in which high level numerical procedures are applied. These orbits are "optimal" achievable representations of the real orbital motion under the circumstances of tracking situation and the "state of the art" model situation. The precise orbit product for the ERS satellites are the satellite ephemeris (position and velocity vector) including time tag, given in a well-defined reference frame, together with the nominal satellite attitude information and a radial orbit correction. Several orbit solutions are currently distributed: A new set of ORB POD (Precise Orbit Determination - REAPER v2) computed with the most updated model standards for the complete ERS-1 and ERS-2 mission. A previous set of ORB POD (REAPER v1) data already available on the ESA dissemination site since 2014, covering the ERS-1 full mission and the ERS-2 mission up to July 2003. ORB PRC which is the original Precise Orbit dataset computed during the ERS mission operations for ERS-1 and ERS-2. In the new POD dataset (REAPER v2) for the ERS-1 and ERS-2 missions, two different orbit solutions are provided together with the combined solution to be used for processing of the radar altimeter measurements and the determination of geodetic/geophysical products: those computed by DEOS (Delft Institute of Earth Observation and Space Systems), and those generated by ESOC (European Space Operations Centre) using different software (GEODYN and NAPEOS respectively). Careful evaluation of the various solutions of REAPER v2 has shown that the DEOS solution for both ERS-1 and ERS-2 has the best performance and is recommended to be used as reference. See the ERS Orbit Validation Report. For the previous version of the POD data set (REAPER v1), with ERS-2 mission data only up to 2003, three different orbit solutions together with the combined solution are available. These precise orbits for ERS-1 and ERS-2 have been computed at DEOS, ESOC, and GFZ (Deutschen GeoForschungsZentrums) using different software and different altimeter databases. Combined solutions have been created using three individual solutions for each satellite. All orbits were derived using consistent models in the same LPOD2005 terrestrial reference frame. These new orbit solutions show notable improvement with respect to DGME04 orbits (Scharroo and Visser, 1998). Thus, RMS crossover differences of new orbits improved by 4-9 mm. Careful evaluation of the various solutions has shown that the combined solution for both ERS-1 and ERS-2 has the best performance. All POD orbit files (REAPER v1/v2) are available in SP3c format.

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#### GOCE Global Gravity Field Models and Grids

This collection contains gravity gradient and gravity anomalies grids at ground level and at satellite height. In addition it contains the GOCE gravity field models (EGM_GOC_2, EGM_GCF_2) and their covariance matrices (EGM_GVC_2): GOCE Gravity solution GRIDS Gridded Gravity gradients and anomalies at ground level: GO_CONS_GRC_SPW_2__20091101T000000_20111231T235959_0001.TGZ GO_CONS_GRC_SPW_2__20091101T055147_20120731T222822_0001.TGZ GO_CONS_GRC_SPW_2__20091101T055226_20131020T033415_0002.TGZ GO_CONS_GRC_SPW_2__20091009T000000_20131021T000000_0201.TGZ. Latest baseline is: GO_CONS_GRC_SPW_2__20091009T000000_20131021T000000_0201.TGZ. Gridded Gravity gradients and anomalies at satellite height: GO_CONS_GRD_SPW_2__20091101T055147_20100630T180254_0001.TGZ GO_CONS_GRD_SPW_2__20091101T055147_20120731T222822_0001.TGZ GO_CONS_GRD_SPW_2__20091101T055226_20131020T033415_0002.TGZ GO_CONS_GRD_SPW_2__20091009T000000_20131021T000000_0201.TGZ. Latest baseline is: GO_CONS_GRD_SPW_2__20091009T000000_20131021T000000_0201.TGZ. As output from the ESA-funded GOCE+ GeoExplore project, GOCE gravity gradients were combined with heterogeneous other satellite gravity information to derive a combined set of gravity gradients complementing (near)-surface data sets spanning all together scales from global down to 5 km. The data is useful for various geophysical applications and demonstrate their utility to complement additional data sources (e.g., magnetic, seismic) to enhance geophysical modelling and exploration. The GOCE+ GeoExplore project is funded by ESA through the Support To Science Element (STSE) and was undertaken as a collaboration of the Deutsches Geodätisches Forschungsinstitut (DGFI), Munich, DE, the Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, the Geological Survey of Norway (NGU), Trondheim, Norway, TNO, the Netherlands and the University of West Bohemia, Plzen, CZ. Read more about gravity gradients and how GOCE delivered them in this Nature article: Satellite gravity gradient grids for geophysics. View images of the GOCE original gravity gradients and gradients with topographic reduction grids. Available data GRIDS File Type Gridded data: full Gravity Gradients, at 225 km and 255 km with and without topographic correction GGG_225 Computed from GOCE/GRACE gradients lower orbit phase February 2010 - October 2013 GGG_255 Computed from GOCE/GRACE gradients nominal orbit phase February 2010 - October 2013 TGG_225 Gravity gradient grids from topography at fixed height of 225/255 km above ellipsoid given in LNOF (Local North Oriented Frame) TGG_225 Gravity gradient grids from topography at fixed height of 225/255 km above ellipsoid given in LNOF (Local North Oriented Frame) MAPS File Type Maps of Gravity Gradients with and without topographic corrections Vij_225km_Patch_n.jpg Maps of grids from lower orbit phase with and without topographic correction from ETOPO1 Along-orbit File Type Full Gravity Gradients, along-orbit, in GRF and TRF reference frames. A detailed description is provided in the data set user manual GGC_GRF Combined gradients from GRACE (long wavelengths) & GOCE (measurement band) in the GRF (Gradiometer Reference Frame) GGC_TRF Combined gradients from GRACE (long wavelengths) & GOCE (measurement band) rotated from GRF to TRF (Terrestrial Reference Frame: North, West, Up) Direct solution First Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20100110T235959_0002.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20100110T235959_0002.TGZ Second Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20100630T235959_0002.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20100630T235959_0001.TGZ Third Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20110419T235959_0001.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20110419T235959_0001.TGZ Coefficients (ICGEM format): GO_CONS_EGM_GCF_2__20091101T000000_20110419T235959_0001.IDF Fourth Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20120801T060000_0001.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20120801T060000_0002.TGZ Fifth Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20131020T235959_0002.TG Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20131020T235959_0001.TGZ Coefficients (ICGEM format): GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20131020T235959_0001.IDF Sixth Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091009T000000_20131020T235959_0201.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091009T000000_20131020T235959_0201.TGZ Coefficients (ICGEM format): GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091009T000000_20131020T235959_0201.IDF Release 6 gravity model validation report. Time-Wise solution First Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20100111T000000_0002.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20100111T000000_0002.TGZ Second Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20100705T235500_0002.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20100705T235500_0001.TGZ Third Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20110430T235959_0001.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20110430T235959_0001.TGZ Coefficients (ICGEM format): GO_CONS_EGM_GCF_2__20091101T000000_20110430T235959_0001.IDF Fourth Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20120618T235959_0002.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20120618T235959_0001.TGZ Fifth Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20131021T000000_0002.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091101T000000_20131021T000000_0001.TGZ Coefficients (ICGEM format): GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091101T000000_20131021T000000_0001.IDF Sixth Generation Product: GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091009T000000_20131021T000000_0201.TGZ Variance/Covariance matrix: GO_CONS_EGM_GVC_2__20091009T000000_20131021T000000_0202.TGZ Coefficients (ICGEM format): GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091009T000000_20131021T000000_0201.IDF Combined gravity field GOCE model plus Antarctic and Arctic data (ICGEM format): GO_CONS_EGM_GOC_2__20091009T000000_20160119T235959_0201.IDF Download release 6 gravity model validation report.

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#### GOCE Level 1

This collection contains the GOCE L1b data of the gradiometer, the star trackers, the GPS receiver, the magnetometers, magnetotorquers and the DFACS data of each accelerometer of the gradiometer. EGG_NOM_1b: latest baseline _0202 SST_NOM_1b: latest baseline _000x (always take the highest number available) ACC_DFx_1b: latest baseline _0001 (x=1:6) MGM_GOx_1b: latest baseline _0001 (x=1:3) MTR_GOC_1b: latest baseline _0001 SST_RIN_1b: latest baseline _000x (always take the highest number available) STR_VC2_1b: latest baseline _000x (always take the highest number available) STR_VC3_1b: latest baseline _000x (always take the highest number available).

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#### GOCE Level 2

This collection contains GOCE level 2 data: Gravity Gradients in the gradiometer reference frame (EGG_NOM_2), in the terrestrial reference frame (EGG_TRF_2), GPS receiver derived precise science orbits (SST_PSO_2) and the non-tidal time variable gravity field potential with respect to a mean value in terms of a spherical harmonic series determined from atmospheric and oceanic mass variations as well as from a GRACE monthly gravity field time series (SST_AUX_2). EGG_NOM_2_: latest baseline: _0203 EGG_TRF_2_: latest baseline _0101 SST_AUX_2_: latest baseline _0001 SST_PSO_2_: latest baseline _0201.