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Proba-V raises the bar

05 May 2017

Proba-V was launched on 07 May 2013 in Kourou, New Guinea. Four years after launch the mission is still operating nominally and is raising the bar by extending its operational services until the end of 2019.

Proba-V MEP - Enhanced TSV and Notebooks applications

03 May 2017

The Proba-V Mission Exploitation Platform (MEP), announced earlier this year, complements the Proba-V user segment by building an operational Exploitation Platform on the data and derived products to 'bring users closer to the data'.

The Mission Exploitation Platform offers multiple online applications. Some useful information on two of them which were recently enhanced - the 'Time Series Viewer' (TSV) and 'Notebooks' - are now available.

Proba-V Collection 1 - Re-processing completed

10 February 2017

As announced in December last year, a full reprocessing of the Proba-V archive was launched during the summer of 2016 to further improve the Proba-V datasets.

We are pleased to inform users that the reprocessing campaign has now been completed.

Proba-V Mission Exploitation Platform (MEP) released

12 January 2017

ESA is pleased to announce the recent release of the first operational version of the Proba-V Mission Exploitation Platform (MEP).

Proba-V Collection 1

08 December 2016

In order to further improve the Proba-V datasets, a full reprocessing of the Proba-V archive was launched during the summer of 2016. This new collection is named "Collection 1" or in short "C1".

Proba-V maintenance on 14 July 2016

12 July 2016

Due to maintenance activities of the Proba-V onboard computer, the VGT instrument is expected to deliver no data on Thursday 14 July 2016 during 08:49 to 10:37.

Proba-V maintenance on 07 July 2016

05 July 2016

On 07 July 2016, Proba-V will undergo maintenance activities of the onboard-computer. It is therefore likely that the instrument will miss a limited number of orbits during that day.

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Proba-V eyes Bolivia's vanishing lake

08 February 2016

Monitoring Earth's surface every day, ESA's Proba-V minisatellite has had a ringside seat as the second largest lake in Bolivia gradually dried up. Lake PoopĆ³ has now been declared fully evaporated.

Easier and faster access to all Proba-V products

15 December 2015

ESA is pleased to announce that accessing Proba-V data is easier than ever (and always free):

  • All level 1C (NRT), all 1Km products (NRT), and all 333m and 100m products (older than 1 month) can be downloaded immediately after registration to the Proba-V portal.
  • All 333m and 100m in Near Real Time are also offered to ESA PIs by ESA (free of charge) Access is granted after ESA project proposal acceptance (proposal submission), see the Proba-V Information Area on Earth Online.
  • Further information about Proba-V products can be found in Earth Online portal's data products.

Proba-V Symposium - Extended deadline for abstract submission

08 October 2015

The European Space Agency (ESA) and the Belgian Science Policy Office (BELSPO) would like to remind users interested in attending the upcoming Proba-V Symposium that the abstract submission deadline has been extended until 23 October 2015.

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