To guarantee that the quality of the CryoSat products are always at their best, a number of calibrations are applied to its measurements which also take into consideration the ageing of the satellite's main payload instrument, SIRAL.
As part of these activities a series of calibration campaigns have been scheduled, the first of which shall take place on 20 July 2016, from 07:13:16 to 12:10:56, and shall affect the availability of NRT and ocean products during this time.
12 July 2016
In the most detailed picture to date, information from ESA's CryoSat satellite reveals how melting ice in Greenland has recently contributed twice as much to sea-level rise as the prior two decades.
Scientific Users of the Cryosat User Tool are informed that a new version of the CUT_ROEF file reflecting the updated reference orbit is now available for download.
CryoSat users are informed that due to an urgent network maintenance intervention, the CryoSat Science Server may be not reachable today Monday 13 June 2016, from 16:30 UTC (18:30 EMT) to 19:55 UTC (21:55 EMT). We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
13 May 2016
ESA has created a User Satisfaction Survey which aims to help us to improve the services to all users of ESA Earth Observation, Copernicus Sentinel and Third Party Missions.
More than 600 participants have already provided their feedback during the recent Living Planet Symposium in Prague.
The survey, addressed to both scientific and commercial data users, will remain open until 31 May 2016.
CryoSat NRT data users are informed that starting from Monday, 21 March 2016 a rolling policy of 60 days will be implemented on all SIRAL NRT data published on the Science Server.
11 March 2016
The CryoSat Science Server may be unavailable on 15 March 2016, due to a planned maintenance scheduled from 0800 to 1200 CET.
11 March 2016
CryoSat scientific users are informed that further batches of ice Baseline C reprocessed data are available on the CryoSat Science Server.
ECMWF will upgrade the horizontal resolution of the high-resolution version of its integrated forecasting system on 8 March 2016. This change is part of the new model cycle labelled 41R2. Model cycle 41R2 includes higher resolution (from 16 km to 9km) and a number of enhancements to the model and data assimilation system.
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