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ERS GOME/Precise Orbit data - Change of access to ESA online datasets

10 March 2017

Users are informed that the ERS-1/2 Precise Orbit data and the ERS-2 GOME datasets have been migrated to the ESA EO centralised online dissemination service.

Access to these datasets have been changed accordingly and are now available on the following ESA servers:

  • ERS-1 and ERS-2 Precise Orbit Data - ftp://ersorb-ftp-ds.eo.esa.int
    ERS.ORB.POD
    ERS.ORB.PRC
  • ERS-2 GOME Level 1 and 2 Data - ftp://gome-ftp-ds.eo.esa.int
    ER02_GOM_GOM_1P
    GOME_O3-NO2_L2

New users can obtain access via registration for Orbit and GOME data, respectively.

ESA EO users already having a registration for the same products can retrieve the new access information via the "My Online data" area on the My Earthnet pages entering with their personal EO-SSO account.

Note that access to the FTP server at the D-PAC (ftp://eoa-dp.eo.esa.int) currently hosting these datasets is being phased out and will be disabled mid-March 2017.

Please contact EOHelp if any further clarification or assistance is required to access the data via the new service.


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