ESA has completed the investigation about the issue preventing users from ingesting ALOS PALSAR products processed and disseminated by the ALOS PALSAR On-The-Fly platform.
30 March 2017
Following major development activities, which caused data access unavailability over the last months, ESA has now made all of its archived data from the PALSAR instrument available again. The new ground segment architecture allows for faster data access, as data requested by the user will be provided out of the archive and processed "on the fly". No more manual intervention for processing will be necessary on ESA's side. WB1 PALSAR data will become available in the next months.
14 February 2017
As previously mentioned in the news of 25 April 2016, ESA is developing a new ground segment to offer the possibility to have online access to all of the ALOS data available at ESA.
ALOS AV2 PRISM data will be available for users from Q2 2017.
Since the launch of the first Earth-observing satellites in the 1970s, numerous missions from international space organisations have taken to the sky. Today, decades of data are helping scientists to build a better picture of changes to our planet.
15 September 2016
ESA is pleased to announce that the TropForest dataset - providing a harmonised ALOS, Deimos-1 and KOMPSAT-2 satellite image database covering both tropical forests for the period 2009-2010 - is now available to all users worldwide.
As previously mentioned in the news of 25 April 2016, ESA is developing a new ground segment to offer ALOS users the possibility to have online access to the ALOS full mission data.
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:
ESA has developed a new ground segment to offer ALOS users the possibility to have online access to the ALOS full mission data.
13 November 2015
One of Greenland's glaciers is losing five billion tonnes of ice a year to the ocean, according to researchers. While these new findings may be disturbing, they are reinforced by a concerted effort to map changes in ice sheets with different sensors from space agencies around the world.
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