Data Product News
19 May 2016
Sentinel-2A is demonstrating how it can be used to help forecast ocean waves around our coasts: sunlight reflected from the water surface reveals complex waves as they encounter the coastline and seafloor off the tip of Dorre Island, Western Australia.
We have recently noticed that the electron density contained in the Swarm EFIx_PL_1B products are at times affected by spike events, or overflows, of about 4.2 x 108 cm-3, whose duration usually does not exceed 1-2 seconds.
The dedicated special issue on SMOS: ‘ESA's Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity Mission - Achievements and Applications' in the Remote Sensing of Environment (RSE) journal volume 180 (2016) is now available on the Science Direct website.
16 May 2016
Due to a scheduled maintenance on Wednesday 18 May 2016 from 15:30 to 17:30 CEST, the following services may be affected:
13 May 2016
Satellite readings show that atmospheric methane and carbon dioxide are continuing to increase despite global efforts to reduce emissions.
13 May 2016
In 2015 ESA and CNES jointly conducted a dedicated acquisition campaign with the SPOT-5 satellite. Before its final de-orbiting, the spacecraft was manoeuvred to a lower orbit to simulate the 5 days revisit of Sentinel-2. The imagery over all selected acquisition sites is freely available to the worldwide user community on the SPOT-5 Take 5 site.
The SPOT-5 (Take 5) project recently released a new version of all SPOT-5 (Take 5) L2A data to account for several small issues encountered during the first reprocessing.