21 August 1997
The Use and Applications of ERS in Latin America. Image Processing Techniques, both available on order.
19 August 1997
The satellite images of the Austrian, Czech, German and Polish latest floods made available on Internet almost in real-time when they started late July 97 now constitute a true dossier. Find now more sophisticated images, extended legends, map availability and more navigation facilities. See the Earthwatching Service on this Server (new data is currently added almost daily).
19 August 1997
The Fringe 96 Workshop on ERS SAR Interferometry - now in the Interferometry Documents section. The abstracts and papers may be viewed online.
18 August 1997
See the new documentation sections for Glaciology and Oceanography.
12 August 1997
Prices of Remote Sensing Products (as approved by ESA) can be found for the ERS-1 and 2 SAR instrument, the ERS-1 and 2 low bit rate instruments, the "experimental missions" instruments and the JERS-1 instruments.
06 August 1997
Exceptionally both ERS-1 and ERS-2 have been used to capture scenes over the Oder river between Poland and Germany. Available within hours or, at most, a few days after sensing, the images show the extension and the evolution of the flood. Whenever applicable, images acquired by the Landsat satellite are also shown. Detailed legends help interpreting the displayed data.
03 August 1997
The next ERS-2 manoeuvre (FCM) will be made in the night between 4 and 5 August 1997. It will be a one burn manoeuvre in the direction of flight. The present planning is to make the manoeuvre at 1:55 Z and to select the size as 4.9 mm/s.
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.
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.
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