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You can obtain detailed information on our data products and their availability in the Data Product technical descriptions: navigate from the Data Products link in the banner or select one or more fields from the "Browse Products by" and click on Browse to access exhaustive information on the product's technical characteristics, applications, availability and resources.
 
 
imageMulti-mission data catalogues
   
Multi-mission data Catalogues give you access to ESA's online collections and provide an intuitive way of selecting and ordering Earth Observation products. With Catalogues you can:
 
  • Search and select EO data (anonymous access)
  • Submit Orders (user registration required)
   

Orders for accepted Category-1 projects can be submitted either on line (via EOLI-SA) or by e-mail.

 
imageAccess to ESA data
   

ESA has defined a new Earth Observation Data Policy which was approved by the ESA Earth Observation Programme Board in May 2010 - How to apply?

The document Access to Envisat Data (PDF - 4,32 MB) focuses on the data dissemination methods and the different ways for the users to access the Envisat data.
Also included is a brief presentation of the Envisat mission, the instruments, the Ground Segment and the mission planning constraints. 

Additional information on data access is available for other ESA Earth Explorer missions:

CryoSat - Access CryoSat data
GOCE - GOCE data access
SMOS - How to get SMOS data (PDF - 292 KB)

Regarding ESA Third Party Missions, information on how to to access the data is available on the EOPI website

 
imageOnline archives
   
The Online Archives page contains a list of links and descriptions of online archives, from where a large volume of Envisat, Proba and Kompsat data are systematically available.
 
For more information on how to order EO data please contact the Earth Observation Helpdesk Team.

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Copernicus Masters seeks new ideas for satellite data

10 April 2014

The fourth annual Copernicus Masters competition is just around the corner. Ideas for services, business concepts and applications based on satellite Earth observation data can be submitted starting on 15 April.
Copernicus Masters trophyCopernicus Masters 2013
Since 2011, the competition awards prizes to innovative solutions for business and society based on Earth observation data. With a prize pool of over €300,000 in cash prizes, technical support, data packages and business incubation, it aims to foster product development and entrepreneurship.