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EOHelp service closed on 15 August 2017

11 August 2017

The EOHelp service will be unavailable on Tuesday, 15 August 2017 for the ESA-ESRIN Assumption Day (Ferragosto) holiday closure.

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Greenland wildfire

10 August 2017

Greenland is usually associated with ice and snow, but the country has fallen victim to a large wildfire that has been raging since the end of July. The fire was imaged by the Copernicus Sentinel-2A satellite on 8 August 2017. The satellite carries a high-resolution multispectral camera working in 13 wavelength bands. The animation uses different combinations of these bands to show the fire in natural colour, to highlight the flames and to show the burnt areas.

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Geohazard TEP (GEP) expanding users' base

10 August 2017

The GEP (Geohazard Thematic Exploitation Platform) Early Adopters programme is now welcoming new institutions with their users to take advantage of the platform capabilities.

Sample NetCDF Ocean Products available to users

07 August 2017

CryoSat users are informed that a sample of the new CryoSat Ocean Products in NetCDF is now available to download here.

Sentinel-1 reveals ground deformation after Aegean Sea earthquake

04 August 2017

A magnitude 6.6 earthquake occurred in the Aegean Sea on 20 July 2017, affecting the Greek island of Kos and Bodrum in south-west Turkey. Images from the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission were used to map the ground deformation, providing valuable data for analysis.

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.

On-The-Fly collection - Maintenance on 03 August 2017

02 August 2017

Due to a scheduled maintenance activity, the following collections will be unavailable on Thursday 03 August 2017:

  • ASAR/SAR from 09:00 to 11:00 CEST
  • TPM from 11:00 to 12:00 CEST
  • ALOS from 14:00 to 15:00 CEST

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Does loss lead to instability?

02 August 2017

Thanks to the satellite era, we recently witnessed the birth of one of the biggest icebergs on record. While the breakup of Antarctica's Larsen C ice shelf hit the headlines around the world, this dramatic event also presents scientists with a unique opportunity to learn more about ice-sheet stability.

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Taking farming into the space age

01 August 2017

Satellites such as Europe's Copernicus Sentinel missions and ESA's SMOS and the upcoming Florescence Explorer, FLEX, provide a wealth of information about growing conditions and crop health that can be used to improve agricultural efficiency.

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