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Envisat – MIPAS Level 2 dataset re-processed with ML2PP version 7.03 is available online

14 September 2016

The Level 2 re-processing of the full MIPAS mission (from 01/07/2002 up to 08/04/2012, including the Full Resolution and the Optimized Resolution mission phases) has been completed with the ESA processor ML2PP version 7.03, and the data have been assessed with respect to their quality.

The re-processed MIP_NL__2P data is made available to the user community for direct download via the ESA centralised dissemination service.

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Estonia sign up to Sentinel agreement

13 September 2016

ESA and Enterprise Estonia have signed an arrangement that gives one of ESA's newest Member States access to data from the Copernicus Sentinel satellites.

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Vega to launch ESA's wind mission

07 September 2016

ESA and Arianespace have signed a contract to secure the launch of the Aeolus satellite. With this milestone, a better understanding of Earth's winds is another step closer.

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Copernicus Sentinel-1A satellite hit by space particle

31 August 2016

ESA engineers have discovered that a solar panel on the Copernicus Sentinel-1A satellite was hit by a millimetre-size particle in orbit on 23 August. Thanks to onboard cameras, ground controllers were able to identify the affected area. So far, there has been no effect on the satellite's routine operations.

Full Envisat ASAR AP data archive available via the ESA On-The-Fly service

30 August 2016

In addition to the newly released ASAR Image Mode (IM) data, the ASAR Alternating Polarisation Mode (AP) archive for the entire Envisat mission has now been included for data processing and download via the new (A)SAR On-The-Fly (OTF) service.

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Sentinel-1 provides new insight into Italy's earthquake

29 August 2016

On 24 August, an earthquake struck central Italy, claiming at least 290 lives and causing widespread damage. Satellite images are being used to help emergency aid organisations, while scientists have begun to analyse ground movement.