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The reports provided here are based on information pertaining to the operational and reprocessed CryoSat data products. The CryoSat Cyclic Reports are compiled to keep the CryoSat community informed of the overall mission performance and the status of the SIRAL instrument. The report is based on a 30-day reporting period, which has been defined by UCL/MSSL since the Transfer to Operations, as part of the routine QA monitoring activity.

The reports use the following naming convention: CS2_CR_XX_YYYYMMDD_yyyymmdd_VV

XX = Cycle number (where "C" denotes cycles from the Commissioning Phase)

YYYYMMDD = Start of reporting period covered by the report

yyyymmdd = End of reporting period covered by the report

VV = report version

 

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Gran Canaria Wildfires

21 August 2019 - This weeks comparison uses Sentinel-2 images in true and false colour, to highlight the fires in Gran Canaria.

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Aeolus dissemination system maintenance on 22 August 2019

20 August 2019

Due to a scheduled maintenance, access to the Aeolus dissemination system will be unavailable on Thursday 22 August, from 09:00 to 11:00 CEST.

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The following performance reports are available:


Swarm Bravo: VFM issue on 16 and 17 August 2019

22 August 2019

An anomaly occurred on the VFM (Vector Field Magnetometer) on board the Swarm Bravo satellite between 18:30 on 16 August and 12:59 UTC on 17 August.

The production of L1B Magnetic and Plasma data, and of Level 2 - Cat 2 FAC and IBI data during this time will be affected.


Facts and figures
Operators NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
Date of Launch NOAA-N (NOAA-18): 20 May 2005

NOAA-19: 6 Feb 2009

Status Operational
Orbit Height 833±19 km or 870±19 km
Orbit Type Sun-synchronous circular, PM orbit
Repeat Cycle daily
Resolution 1 km
Swath Width 2900 km
Onboard Sensors provided under TPM AVHRR (Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer)

The distribution of the data acquired by NOAA is governed by the ESA Data Policy. Starting from 2010 only archive data is available.