This is to inform you that the Look-Up Table (LUT) change originally planned to be implemented on November 25th 1996 in the ERS-2 Ground Segment has been prematurily performed on 22/11/96. As an impact the altimetric range increases by 40.9 cm. This ONLY affects the first 2 Kiruna orbits as the previous LUT configuration has been set back again as soon as possible the same day. The change can be identified in the URA product at the SPH level. The modified LUT is TAU-G-REF LUT (SPH: field number: 9). Past ID was 10001, the new one (for the first 2 Kiruna orbits) being 10006. Please note that the same LUT change will permanently be implemented on November the 25th 1996.
11 November 1996
ESA is improving the ERS-2 Fast Delivery Altimeter product.
04 November 1996
ESRIN has further improved the generation of SAR products stemming from the ERS satellites data.
28 October 1996
Full text papers from XVIII Quadriennial Ozone symposium '96 are available.
17 October 1996
An Antartic ERS-2 SAR acquisition campaign is planned over the German O'Higgins station since 15/10/96 and will last until 19/11/96. Further SAR acquisitions are scheduled from 20/10/96 to 24/10/96 over the subglacial eruption of the Bardarbunga/Grimsvotn volcanoes in Iceland (Vatnajokull glacier), which started in the evening of 30/9/96.
27 September 1996
Please find excerpts of two recent publications: Initial testing of ERS Tandem Data Quality for InSAR Applications, ERS Tandem Mission - Early Results from the ERS-2 Commissioning Phase.
05 September 1996
Products and images from the ATSR instrument on-board of the ERS-2 satellite are becoming available. See ATSR image samples and ATSR browse products now and instructions to order ATSR full products (framed GBT and UBT).
19 August 1996
The distribution of GBT (gridded brightness temperature) and UBT (ungridded brightness temperature) products from the ATSR instrument on-board of the ERS-2 satellite will start in September 1996.
14 August 1996
Level 1 products (see sample) stemming from GOME - the ozone
detector on-board the ERS-2 satellite - will become available to
the ESA project scientists as from 18 August 1996.
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