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  • News - Maintenance News, Operational News

    News - Maintenance News, Operational News

    Swarm Charlie VFM anomaly from 18 to 28 June 2022

    Due to an anomaly registered on the VFM (Vector Field Magnetometer) on board of Swarm Charlie, the magnetic field vector B_VFM y-component stored in MAGC_HR_1B and MAGC_LR_1B products is affected by some artefacts from 18 to 28 June 2022.

  • Activity - Projects

    Activity - Projects

    Swarm Ion Temperature Estimation

    The main objective of Swarm Ion Temperature Estimation (SITE) project is to estimate ion temperatures along the orbits of Swarm satellites using available LP electron density and temperature measurements, and numerical models.

  • News - Data Release news

    News - Data Release news

    New Swarm-TIRO dataset released

    We inform the Swarm user community that a new dataset, generated in the frame of Swarm-TIRO (Topside Ionosphere Radio Observations from multiple LEO-missions) project has now been made available.

  • News - Operational News

    News - Operational News

    Update on Swarm Field-Aligned Current Dual (FAC_AC) data issue

    As a follow-up of the news published on 23 November 2021 and on 16 December 2021, we want to update Swarm users about the issue affecting Field-Aligned Current Dual (FAC_TMS_2F) data.

  • News - Operational News

    News - Operational News

    Swarm Charlie L1B data regenerated from 22 and 23 May 2022

    Due to an issue detected in the Swarm L1B data processing chain, the Swarm Charlie L1B products for 22 and 23 May 2022 were generated without nominal coverage.

  • News - Events and Proceedings

    News - Events and Proceedings

    Data preservation takes centre stage at Living Planet Symposium

    Against the backdrop of the famed Rhine River, world-class scientists and Earth observation data-users are gathered this week in the historical city of Bonn, at the Living Planet Symposium (LPS).

  • Activity - Projects

    Activity - Projects

    ESC Ionospheric Weather - definition and development activities

    The project objective is to ensure operational and development activities within the Ionospheric Weather Expert Service Centre of ESA's Space Situational Awareness Space Weather network.

  • Activity - Projects

    Activity - Projects

    Swarm LP Ion Drift and Effective Mass

    The Swarm LP Ion Drift and Effective Mass (SLIDEM) project will augment Swarm's ability to measure the along-track component of ion drift, and assess the composition of ionospheric ions.

  • Activity - Projects

    Activity - Projects

    Swarm for earthquake study

    Swarm for earthquake study (SAFE) will study the preparatory phase of large earthquakes through the analysis of electromagnetic data from sensors on board the Swarm constellation.

  • Activity - Projects

    Activity - Projects

    Polar Cap Products

    Polar Cap Products (PCP) project will provide essential information on polar cap patches, an important element of space weather in the polar regions.

  • Activity - Projects

    Activity - Projects

    Plasmapause Related boundaries in the topside Ionosphere as derived from Swarm Measurements

    In the project, Plasmapause Related boundaries in the topside Ionosphere as determined from Swarm Measurements (PRISM), the team develop products that characterise position of the plasmapause related phenomena in the topside ionosphere.

  • News - Scientific Highlights

    News - Scientific Highlights

    Swarm unveils magnetic waves deep down

    Using information from ESA’s Swarm satellite mission, scientists have discovered a completely new type of magnetic wave that sweeps across the outermost part of Earth’s outer core every seven years.

  • Activity - Projects

    Activity - Projects

    Dipolar Spherical Elementary Current Systems (DSECS) toolbox

    The purpose of this project is to create a user-friendly version of a previously developed analysis method for estimating ionospheric currents at low and middle latitudes.

  • Activity - Projects

    Activity - Projects

    Contribution of Swarm data to the prompt detection of Tsunamis and other natural hazards

    The main objective of COSTO (Contribution of Swarm data to the prompt detection of Tsunamis and other natural hazards) project is to better characterise, understand and discover coupling processes and interactions.

  • News - General News

    News - General News

    New Release of VirES for Swarm 3.9.0

    Version 3.9.0 of VirES for SWARM has been released

  • News - Operational News

    News - Operational News

    Swarm Field-Aligned Current Dual (FAC_AC) data unavailable from 4 May 2022

    Due to the recent orbit raise manoeuvres which changed the orbital configuration of Swarm Alpha and Charlie, no Field-Aligned Current Dual (FAC_TMS_2F) data are being produced since 4 May 2022.

  • News - Operational News

    News - Operational News

    Swarm Alpha and Charlie orbit raise campaign starting on 3 May 2022 - Potential impact on data quality

    After more than eight years of operations, the Swarm constellation is continuing to provide multi-point measurements of the Earth’s magnetic field and ionospheric parameters with unprecedented accuracy.

  • News - Data Release news

    News - Data Release news

    Additional EFI TII Cross Track Flow dataset 0302 available for Swarm satellites

    Additional TII cross-track flow data are now available on the Swarm dissemination server for all the Swarm satellites.

  • News - Operational News

    News - Operational News

    Swarm EFI LP partial data gap between 29 March and 3 April 2022

    An update of the EFI-TII Gain Correction Map was executed on the three Swarm spacecraft between 29 March and 3 April 2022. Because of this, gaps in EFI-LP data are observed.

  • News - Success Stories

    News - Success Stories

    Satellite data central to ocean monitoring

    Over 95% of Earth’s water is found in our oceans, and yet sadly, oceans are under stress from climate change and pollution. Monitoring our oceans is vital for Earth’s survival and satellites are the primary means of long-term and independent observation of our vast ocean bodies and their associated coastal zones.