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Envisat ASAR WS Single Look Complex L1 [ASA_WSS_1P]

INSAR applications based either on wide-swath/wide-swath pairs or wide-swath/image mode pairs, applications of ocean current mapping, la...


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The Earthnet Programme: 40 years of evolution and future challenges

TV industry and computers with relatively low power and little memory size in comparison to current standards, resulting in high costs a...

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Scientific Highlights

Heritage data still widely used today

Current satellite missions collect data with high frequency, with some able to systematically revisit the same location in the same geo...

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General News

ESA will continue to provide ocean colour data from Indian mission

"The key space segment of the OCR-VC consists of the current and future polar-orbiting global OC satellite missions

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Heritage Missions


Wind x x Current Features x x Marine Geoid x Global Circulation x x Oc...

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ACTIVITY - Cal/Val activities

UV nadir viewing galleries

Current and past missions have been operating in a near polar low-earth orbit (LEO) Read more


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Heritage Missions


ASAR ensures continuity with the image mode (SAR) and the wave mode of the ERS-1/2 AMI.


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DOCUMENT - Product Specifications

26 June 2020


package is specified for the MERIS instrument. The components of the package that are not part of the current operational production baseline are identified with a flag in the column N.O. (Not Download