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  • Document - Proceedings

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    This presentation from ESA's EO Summer School describes gravity and Earth sciences

  • Document - Proceedings

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    This presentation from ESA's EO Summer School 6 presents the ESA explorer mission GOCE earth gravity from space

  • News - Events and Proceedings

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    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).

  • Event - Workshop

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    2nd International GOCE User Workshop

    This workshop provided a forum for presenting progress on the development of the GOCE mission's payload, ground segment and data products.

  • News - General News

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    New GOCE Online Dissemination Service

    We are pleased to announce the opening of the new ESA GOCE Online Dissemination Service which is integrated with ESA's EO Sign In service (EO Sign In).

  • Data - EO Sign In Authentication (Open)

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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).

  • Mission - Earth Explorers

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    ESA's Gravity field and Ocean Circulation Explorer (GOCE) mission mapped Earth's geoid very accurately, opening a window into Earth's interior structure as well as the currents circulating within the depths of its oceans.