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CryoSat NRT data dissemination restarted

13 February 2020

We would like to inform CryoSat NRT data users that dissemination has been restarted on the morning of 13 February after a successful quality check. Retained data will be made available during the day. 

CryoSat NRT data unavailability on 12 February 2020

12 February 2020

Following the discovery of an anomaly, dissemination of CryoSat NRT data stopped on the morning of 12 February.

2011 CryoSat Ice Baseline D reprocessed data available

07 February 2020

We are pleased to inform the CryoSat scientific community that the reprocessed CryoSat Ice Baseline D data for all of 2011 has been published on the Science Server and is available for download.

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CryoSat sheds new light on Antarctica’s biggest glacier

27 January 2020

Ice loss from Pine Island Glacier has contributed more to sea-level rise over the past four decades than any other glacier in Antarctica. However, the way this huge glacier is thinning is complex, leading to uncertainty about how it is likely to raise sea level in the future. Thanks to ESA's CryoSat mission, scientists have now been able to shed new light on these complex patterns of ice loss.

CryoSat 10th Anniversary Science Conference - Registration open

27 January 2020

Direct registration to the CryoSat 10th Anniversary Science Conference is now open and will close on 15 March.

CryoSat Ocean Baseline C reprocessing complete

16 December 2019

We are pleased to announce that the complete data set of the COP Ocean Baseline C reprocessing has been now published and is available on the CryoSat Science Server. The previous Baseline B dataset has been moved to a dedicated subdirectory and it shall remain available until a new baseline will be brought into operations.

CryoSat 10th Anniversary Science Conference - Only 1 week left to register and submit your abstract(s)

13 December 2019

We would like to remind you that the call for abstracts for the CryoSat 10th Anniversary Science Conference, will close on 20 December 2019.

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CryoSat maps ice shelf on the move

13 December 2019

It is now almost 10 years since ESA's CryoSat was launched. Throughout its decade in orbit, this novel satellite, which carries a radar altimeter to measure changes in the height of the world's ice, has returned a wealth of information about how ice sheets, sea ice and glaciers are responding to climate change. One of the most recent findings from this extraordinary mission shows how it can be used to map changes in the seaward edges of Antarctic ice shelves.

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Greenland ice loss much faster than expected

10 December 2019

The Greenland ice sheet is losing mass seven times faster than in the 1990s, according to new research.

Updated CryoSat magnetometer data now available

05 December 2019

We are pleased announce that an improved version of the CryoSat magnetic field data (version 0102) is now available in the "#CryoSat-2" folder of the ESA FTP server.

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