ERS SAR data available via ESA On-The-Fly service
11 April 2017
ESA is pleased to announce that SAR data from the ERS-1 and the ERS-2 missions have been made available for direct download via the (A)SAR On-The-Fly (OTF) service.
With this release, users now have access to (A)SAR level 1 products from both ERS missions and from Envisat, covering Image Mode (IMS, IMP), Wide Swath (WSS) and Alternating Polarisation (APP, APS). All data are delivered as standard scenes in Envisat format.
Note that the full mission archive for ERS SAR is available via OTF with the exception of data acquired during the last few months of the ERS-2 mission when the satellite was operated in a 3 days repeat orbit cycle (Phase B). Data from Phase B (10 March – 04 July 2011) will be released on OTF during Q2/2017. Users who have already registered to receive Envisat ASAR data through OTF will automatically have access to the additional ERS SAR data.
See also related news of 15/12/2016 - Envisat ASAR WS data available via the ESA On-The-Fly service
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