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New sample CryoSat NetCDF Ocean Products available to users

13 October 2017

CryoSat users are informed that a new sample of the latest CryoSat Ocean Products in NetCDF is now available to download. This test data has been processed with the updated Baseline-C Ocean Processors, which now generate three classes of products, each with different delivery latencies.

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Secrets of hidden ice canyons revealed

11 October 2017

We are all aware that Antarctica's ice shelves are thinning, but recently scientists have also discovered huge canyons cutting through the underbelly of these shelves, potentially making them even more fragile. Thanks to the CryoSat and Sentinel-1 missions, new light is being shed on this hidden world.

CryoSat NetCDF Ocean Products release schedule

04 September 2017

Following the publication of some intermediary data samples, CryoSat scientific users are informed that ESA is progressing towards the operational release of the new Ocean Products in NetCDF format.

Product Quality Status Document for CryoSat Ice Products updated

04 August 2017

CryoSat users are informed that an updated version of the CryoSat Product Quality Status Document is now available.

Upgraded CryoSat NetCDF ocean products releasing soon

03 August 2017

CryoSat users are informed that we are at the final stage of the implementation, prior to the release of the new Baseline C CryoSat ocean products for the scientific community.

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Giant iceberg in the making

05 July 2017

All eyes are on Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf as a deep crack continues to cut across the ice, leaving a huge chunk clinging on.

New CryoSat CUT ROEF file available

16 June 2017

CryoSat CUT scientific users are informed that a new version of the CUT ROEF file is available for download.

CryoSat Antarctica DEM 1.2 now available online

08 June 2017

The CryoSat Antarctica DEM described in this recent publication is now freely available for download. The file also contains the Product User Guide.

CryoSat SIRAL resumes routine operations

05 June 2017

We are glad to inform all CryoSat users that the SIRAL anomaly announced on 02 June 2017 was successfully resolved.

CryoSat SIRAL anomaly on 02 June 2017

02 June 2017

CryoSat scientific users are informed that the SIRAL instrument is in stand-by mode from 03:54 UTC this morning due to an anomaly which is currently under investigation.

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