Swarm Alpha and Bravo data from June regenerated
19 June 2017
We inform the Swarm users that because of an issue during the processing of the Swarm L1B Orbit and Attitude product of 03/06/2017 on Swarm Alpha and on 08/06/2017 on Swarm Bravo - i.e., available Level 0 data was not included in in the L1B processing - the L1B data production has been affected.
Consequently the Swarm L1B and L2 Cat-2 data have been regenerated.
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