User Services News
26 September 2016
CryoSat users are informed that due to technical problems during the recent upgrade activity at Kiruna, data are produced but not disseminated. The only data currently disseminated are the L1b Full Bit Rate.
CryoSat scientific and expert users are informed that on Monday, 19 September the Payload Data Processing facility at Kiruna will undergo an important upgrade, affecting the production and dissemination of CryoSat products.
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.
14 September 2016
The Level 2 re-processing of the full MIPAS mission (from 01/07/2002 up to 08/04/2012, including the Full Resolution and the Optimized Resolution mission phases) has been completed with the ESA processor ML2PP version 7.03, and the data have been assessed with respect to their quality.
The re-processed MIP_NL__2P data is made available to the user community for direct download via the ESA centralised dissemination service.
13 September 2016
Due to scheduled maintenance, the EOLI-SA Catalogue and Ordering tool will be unavailable on Thursday 15 September 2016, between 09:00-16:00 CEST.
06 September 2016
The GRACE-A and -B Microwave Assemblies (MWA) and Accelerometer Instrument Control Units (ICU) have been switched-off on 03 September 2016, 12:12 UTC.
Both activities are related to battery load reduction.
The switch-on of both MWAs and ICUs is planned for approximately beginning of October 2016.
In addition to the newly released ASAR Image Mode (IM) data, the ASAR Alternating Polarisation Mode (AP) archive for the entire Envisat mission has now been included for data processing and download via the new (A)SAR On-The-Fly (OTF) service.
30 August 2016
Due to system issues, the EOLI-SA connectivity is currently intermittent, with very slow response times occasionally; the data search is mainly affected.
Work is on-going to identify and solve the issues as soon as possible.
An orbit collision manoeuvre of Swarm Bravo started on 23 August 2016 12:04:12z for a duration of 95s equivalent to 2cm/s. This manoeuvre has raised the orbit and therefore has been preceded and followed by a 180 degree slew.
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