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CASSIOPE/e-POP full data mirror on the ESA Swarm Dissemination Server

06 March 2019

The ESA Swarm Dissemination Server is now also hosting a mirror of the CASSIOPE/e-POP full data archive (past and current observations) in native format. These products are freely available under the /#CASSIOPE_e-POP directory by FTP/HTTPS anonymous browsing. Read a full description of the e-POP data set.

SI-Traceable Space-based Climate Observing System Workshop

05 March 2019

CEOS WMO-GSICS workshop will be hosted by the UK Space Agency at National Physical Laboratory (NPL), London, UK from 9 to 11 September 2019.

 

Pre-registration for this open workshop is required for the venue.

 

The deadline for abstract submission is 31 March 2019.

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Methane and ozone data products from Copernicus Sentinel-5P

04 March 2019

The Copernicus Sentinel-5P mission has been used to produce global maps of two atmospheric gases responsible for making our world warmer: methane, which is a particularly potent greenhouse gas, and ozone, which is a greenhouse gas and a pollutant in the lower part of the atmosphere. The maps give insight into where these gases are coming from.

CryoSat Ocean Baseline C reprocessed data available

01 March 2019

We are glad to inform the CryoSat scientific community that the first 6 months of the reprocessed CryoSat Ocean Baseline C data (July-December 2010) have been published on the Science Server and are available for download. 

New Swarm plasma density and plasma irregularity dataset released

25 February 2019

A new Swarm Level 2 data product was released on 20 February 2019. It contains several time series that characterize the plasma density and plasma irregularity along the Swarm orbits, separately calculated for each of the three satellites.

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Copernicus Sentinel-1 reveals shared plumbing led to Agung awakening

22 February 2019

When Mount Agung in Indonesia erupted in 2017, the search was on to find out why it had stirred. Thanks to information on ground deformation from the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission, scientists now have more insight into the volcano's hidden secrets that caused it to reawaken.