Data gap present in Swarm-Charlie L1B production on 04 July 2017
10 July 2017
We inform the Swarm Users that because of an issue during the retrieval of the telemetry data from Swarm Charlie, a data gap is present in the Level 1B production on 04 July 2017 from 06:02 to 13:43 UTC. Once this issue is fixed, the products will be regenerated.
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