ESA has completed the investigation about the issue preventing users from ingesting ALOS PALSAR products processed and disseminated by the ALOS PALSAR On-The-Fly platform.
This is an announcement that the registration is now open for the Agriculture and Earth Observation workshop.
This workshop, hosted in The Hague, Netherlands, intends to explore the variety of data sources available and provide a common forum for institutional, scientific and commercial users.
18 May 2017
Due to a technical issue, the ERS-1 and -2 SAR products are currently unavailable via OTF.
Update: The issue has since been resolved
17 May 2017
This is a gentle reminder that the European Space Agency is organising a workshop on High Altitude Pseudo Satellites (HAPS) to identify needs, opportunities and criticalities for the preparation of a potential ESA programme for HAPS.
The workshop will take place from 09 to 10 October 2017 in ESA/ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.
Note that the deadline for submission of presentation abstracts has been extended to 16 June 2017.
European Space Agency (ESA), Ministry of Economy of the Republic of Lithuania and the Agency for Science, Innovation and Technology recently announced the call for applications for the ESA Training Course on Radar and Optical Remote Sensing which will take place in Vilnius, Lithuania, from 03 to 07 July 2017.
Initially intended for participants from the European Cooperating States (ECS) and Malta, the scope of the course has now been enlarged to qualified applicants from ESA Member States, and its application deadline extended to 31 May 2017.
ESA would like to inform that SMOS level 2 sea surface salinity products version v662 are now available to the users.
12 May 2017
Rapid acceleration of an Arctic glacier over the past year has been detected by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites.
12 May 2017
As planned, the SMOS Nominal Production has been resumed in the morning of 12 May 2017, after the operational deployment of the new L2OS v662 processor.
11 May 2017
ESA's SMOS mission maps variations in soil moisture and salt in the surface waters of the open oceans. When the satellite was designed, it was not envisaged that it would be able to measure salinity in smaller seas like the Mediterranean, but SMOS has again surpassed expectations.
SMOS Nominal Production will be stopped on 10 May 2017 at 07:00 UTC for L2OS v662 processor operational deployment
10 May 2017
Due to the operational deployment of the new L2OS v662 processor, SMOS Level-1 and Level-2 Nominal Production will be stopped on Wednesday, 10 May 2017 at 07:00 UTC.
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