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CartoSat-1, ResourceSat-1/2, IRS-1C/1D data available for research and application development

17 March 2017

The IRS-1C/1D and ResourceSat-1 archive, ResourceSat-2 and CartoSat-1 archive and new acquisitions data are now available to the scientific user community.

Available products are the following:

Missions Instruments Available Products
ResourceSat-1
ResourceSat-2
CartoSat-1
IRS-1C
IRS-1D
PAN IRS-1C/1D PAN - System or radiometrically corrected
IRS-1C/1D PAN - Ortho corrected (DN)
CartoSat-1 PAN-Aft or PAN-Fore - System or radiometrically corrected
CartoSat-1 PAN-Aft or PAN-Fore - Ortho corrected (DN)
CartoSat-1 stereo (PAN-Aft+PAN-Fore) - radiometrically corrected
CartoSat-1 stereo (PAN-Aft+PAN-Fore) - Ortho corrected (DN)
CartoSat-1 Euro-Maps 3D Digital Surface Model - level A (DSM only)
CartoSat-1 Euro-Maps 3D Digital Surface Model - level A+ (DSM + ortho image)
LISS-III IRS-1C/1D LISS-III - System or radiometrically corrected
IRS-1C/1D LISS-III - Ortho corrected (DN)
ResourceSat-1/2 LISS-III - System corrected
ResourceSat-1/2 LISS-III - Ortho corrected (DN or TOA)
LISS-IV MN ResourceSat-1/2 LISS-IV MN - System corrected
ResourceSat-1/2 LISS-IV MN - Ortho corrected (DN)
WiFS IRS-1C/1D WiFS - System or radiometrically corrected
IRS-1C/1D WiFS - Ortho corrected (DN)
AWiFS ResourceSat-1/2 AiFS - System corrected
ResourceSat-1/2 AWiFS - Ortho corrected (DN or TOA)

The products are available for free through project proposal submission via the CartoSat-1 , ResourceSat-1/2 and IRS-1C/1D information areas on ESA's Earth Online Portal.

Further details are available from the mission pages.


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A 'toast' to Copernicus Sentinel-2B as it delivers its first images

15 March 2017

Just over a week after being lofted into orbit, the European Union's Sentinel-2B satellite delivered its first images of Earth, offering a glimpse of the ‘colour vision' it will provide for the Copernicus environmental monitoring programme.
Brindisi, ItalyCrotone, Italy
With a swath width of 290 km, the satellite's first acquisition began over the Baltic Sea and made a strip-like observation through eastern Europe, ending in northern Libya.