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ESA Announcement of Opportunity for Planet – PlanetScope and SkySat

28 January 2020

ESA offers an opportunity for scientists and researchers to access Planet data (Planetscope and SkySat) products for science and applications development within ESA's Third Party Mission programme.

PlanetScope is a constellation of 120+ satellites named Doves, that are able to provide VHR imagery of the entire landmass of the Earth daily with a huge amount of data at a global scale.

Skysat composed of 15 satellites, is able to provide a ground resolution of about 72 cm for multispectral bands.

Different product formats are available to serve different use cases:

  • Basic Scene product: Scaled Top of Atmosphere Radiance (at sensor) and sensor-corrected product. Designed for users with advanced image processing and geometric correction capabilities. Not orthorectified or corrected for terrain distortions.
  • Ortho Scene product: represent the single-frame image captured as acquired by the satellite with additional post processing applied.
  • Consolidated product (only for SkySat): ortho frames belonging to the same collect are merged into a single deliverable for considerably easier file management.

ESA scientific users can request this kind of data by submitting a project proposal provided that the user undertakes to submit to ESA a full report on the assessment of data quality.


Sentinel-6 satellite renamed in honour of renowned US scientist

28 January 2020

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ESA, NASA, the European Commission, the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) have renamed the upcoming Sentinel-6A satellite after Earth scientist Dr Michael H. Freilich.

Michael H. Freilich led NASA's work in Earth science as the director of NASA's Earth Sciences Division for more than 12 years, before retiring in February 2019. Owing to Dr Freilich's outstanding contribution in advancing the mission, and Earth science worldwide, the satellite will now be named Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich, which became official at a renaming ceremony held in Washington today.

ESA's Director of Earth Observation Programmes Josef Aschbacher, who attended the ceremony, comments, "This mission demonstrates what NASA and the European Space Agency can achieve as equal partners in such a large space project.

"Our suggestion to rename the satellite to ‘Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich' is an expression of how thankful we are to Mike. Without him, this mission as it is today would not have been possible."

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GOSAT data availability resumed

27 January 2020

The technical issue affecting the ESA GOSAT data dissemination has been solved; the FTP server is now nearly up-to-date.

Upload of the last few products' backlog will be completed soon.


EO CAT – data search temporarily disabled

27 January 2020

Due to technical issues, the data search feature and relevant filters are temporarily disabled on the new ESA EO Catalogue (EO CAT).

Work is on-going to solve the issue as soon as possible.


Download data and products from ESA Earth Observation missions, which can be used to fulfil a wide range of applications. ESA EO data can be accessed via product descriptions on this website, the ESA EO Catalogue (EO CAT) and the Copernicus Open Access Hub.


EO CAT - Data search temporarily unavailable

28 January 2020

Due to technical issues, the data search feature and relevant filters are currently unavailable on the ESA EO Catalogue (EO CAT).

Work is on-going to solve the issue as soon as possible.