30 July 1997
New multitemporal SAR image of the Germany and Poland flood.
29 July 1997
The purpose of the manoeuvre was to fix the ERS-1 ground track to be about 100 m East of the ground track of ERS-2 during the ERS-1 payload switch-on 29-31 of July.
28 July 1997
Now remote sensing image samples offered on this site have become still more numerous and the access facilities further enhanced. View impressive scenes from the Atlantic ocean, from Arctic areas, from the Mediterranean coast, from the Sahara: choose a country, a satellite or an instrument (or combine these three parameters).
26 July 1997
The next ERS-1 manoeuvre (FCM) will be made in the evening of 28 July 1997. It will be a one burn manoeuvre in the direction of flight. The time for the manoeuvre will be close to 21:48 Z and the size close to 33 mm/s. With this manoeuvre the ERS-1 ground track will be 100 m East of the ERS-2 ground track during the payload switch-on 29-31 July.
24 July 1997
The ESA Principal Investigators are informed that ESA continues to host the GOME near-real-time service for Level 2 data. This service was initiated by the Institute of Remote Sensing (IFE) of the University of Bremen in order to assist campaign activities (CHORUS, POLECAT, ADEOS validation) during the arctic winter 1997 as part of the German Ozone Research Programme (OPF).
22 July 1997
The Gridded Sea-surface Temperature (GST) product stemming from the data received from the ATSR instrument on-board the ERS-2 satellite is now available. It can be ordered either in CEOS or in SADIST format.
15 July 1997
The ERS-2 Rapid Ocean Product is a new altimeter product intended to support operational oceanographic applications that need data in quasi real time. The product is packed in daily sets, each of which covers full day from 00:00 to 24:00 UTC and is made available on an ftp server at about 12:00 UTC of the following day with a delay of 12 to 36 hours. It is intended for the users of the current QLOPR products.
07 July 1997
ERS User Services and Eurimage are pleased to announce the new release of DESCW. This new version is fully compatible with Windows 3.1 systems. Moreover many more features are available. Please also note the new ftp address.
In order to avoid problems of incompatibility between products generated before and after the introduction of the recent SAR processing chain, and more generally along time, ESA will interrupt the supply of ERS-1 and 2 already processed products currently held in its archive and remove this item from the pricelist and from its catalogues (e.g. from DESCW). As a consequence production of already acquired data will have to go through the same current processing chain as any newly acquired data. This measure will enter into force on September 1st, 1997.
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