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OceanSat-2 is an Indian satellite designed to provide service continuity for operational users of the Ocean Colour Monitor (OCM) instrument on OceanSat-1. The main objectives of OceanSat-2 are to study surface winds and ocean surface strata, observation of chlorophyll concentrations, monitoring of phytoplankton blooms, study of atmospheric aerosols and suspended sediments in the water.

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EOLI-SA maintenance - 19 April 2017

18 April 2017

Due to scheduled maintenance activities, searching for some Third Party Missions collections in the EOLI-SA Catalogue may temporarily be unavailable on Wednesday 19 April 2017, from 09:00 to 17:00 CEST.

OceanSat-2 NRT in EOLI-SA

10 June 2016

ESA is pleased to announce that the Near Real Time acquisitions of OceanSat-2 over Europe are now available through EOLI-SA.

It comes in addition to the availability through the Lite Dissemination Server announced on 27 April 2016.

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Operator ISRO
Data distributor: GAF
Launch date 23 September 2009
Mission life 5 years
Orbit Height 720km
Orbit Type Polar Sun-synchronous
Swath 1420km
Orbit period 99.31 minutes
Revisit time 2 days
Sensor Bands 8 spectral bands in the VNIR region
  • 360m along track
  • 236m across track
Onboard sensors provided under TPM OCM-2 (Ocean Colour Monitor-2)