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Special acquisitions

24 January 1995

The following three orbits have been scheduled for acquisition to cover the area of Colombia (very close to Bogota'), where the earthquake occurred: 18548 (31/1), 18591 ( 3/2), 18792 (17/2) The following orbit has also been scheduled for acquisistion to cover the area of the earthquake in Japan (see below: January 18): 18619 (5/2)

New SAR document

19 January 1995

An Assessment of ERS SAR Low Resolution Imagery is now available online.

Special acquisitions

18 January 1995

The following three orbits have been scheduled for acquisition to cover the area of Japan where the earthquake occurred on 17 January 1995: 18375 (19/1), 18453 (24/1), 18540 (31/1)

New documents available

17 January 1995

The proceedings of "The First Workshop on ERS-1 Pilot Projects", Toledo, Spain, 22-24 June 1994, now available from the ESA Publications Division. Highlights from 1st ERS-1 Pilot Project Workshop (Toledo, Spain, 22-24 June 1994) are now available.

New documents available online

16 January 1995

ERS-1 Interferometric Baseline Algorithm Verification (Version 2) now available on line. Two Years of ERS-1 Data Exploitation now available on line. ERS-1 Antenna Pattern Estimation now available on line.

ERS report

13 January 1995

ERS-1 is still behaving very well and since the failure of the Travelling Wave Tube Amplifier (TWTA) a year ago, has not experienced any other major failure; all other platform and instrument equipment is still operating with the "A" unitsý

INSAR Baselines

12 January 1995

Phase E - Geodetic Phase and Phase F - Second Geodetic Phase now available on line. This update uses a new keywording scheme, where the equals sign ('=') in keywords has been substituted with an underscore.

Yearly ERS manoeuvre history

29 December 1994

ERS manoeuvre history for 1994 is available now at ESOC'sNear-Earth Navigation and Geodesy site.

ERS report

13 December 1994

Due to the potential launch delay of ERS-2 after the Ariane failure and in line with High Level Operation Plan (HLOP), which specifies a 168-day repeat cycle until 4 weeks prior to the ERS-2 launch, ESA has decided to maintain the 168-day cycle for some more weeks, in order to benefit from the unique chance to acquire two full 168-day cyclesý


02 December 1994

The following press release was sent out by Arianespaceý

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