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The 4-days gap present in the Swarm Alpha MAGx_LR_1B data from near the beginning of the mission, i.e., from 14 to 17 December 2013, has been recovered.
Due to an issue detected in the Swarm L2 operational data processing chain, no TEC data are available for 10 July 2020 for the three Swarm spacecraft.
An updated version of TII cross-track flow dataset is now available.
A first data set of calibrated Swarm C cross-track accelerations has been published.
In the last decade, climate change has taken centre stage in both the public and scientific arenas, as increasingly extreme weather and human impact on the environment have become more apparent.
Due to an issue detected in the Swarm L1B data processing chain, the magnetic field intensity derived from the ASM instrument and stored in MAGx_LR_1B and MAGx_CA_1B products for Swarm Alpha is set to zero from 17 to 19 April 2020.
The VFM (Vector Field Magnetometer) scaling that changes with time, i.e., s_t, needs to be slightly adjusted starting from January 2018 onward.
Magnetic field intensity derived from the ASM instrument and stored in MAGx_LR_1B and MAGx_CA_1B products for Swarm Bravo is set to zero.