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Survey on data access and user services

08 May 2019

During the Living Planet Symposium, ESA wanted to take the opportunity to invite you to provide feedback on your experience with, and future needs for, data that ESA offers.

Online feedback to the Survey will be accepted until 31 May 2019.

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Proba-V celebrates 6 years in orbit

07 May 2019

The joint ESA / VITO Proba-V satellite mission was launched exactly 6 years ago on 7 May 2013 to continue the 15 year legacy of SPOT-VEGETATION.

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Significant improvements on Swarm Thermal Ion Imagers data

07 May 2019

The constant improvement in the strategies to operate the two Thermal Ion Imagers (TII) sensors on-board each Swarm spacecraft, defined by scientists and engineers in dedicated monthly TII anomaly review board meetings, allow a significant increase in TII data coverage, and a substantial improvement in TII data quality.

Swarm Charlie: data gaps from 28 Apr 2019

06 May 2019

We would like to inform Swarm users that an on-board anomaly occurring on Swarm Charlie caused data gaps on all L0, L1A and L1B data products from 28 April 2019 onwards.

Landsat 8 web portal now available on new environment

02 May 2019

The Landsat 8 Portal service has been migrated to a new server and is accessible on the previous URL. The portal provides the European and Northern Africa coverage of Landsat 8 data since the beginning of the mission, with different Landsat Level 1 Collection Tiers available.

Preparing for an Earth Observation satellite mission

02 May 2019

Developing a space mission is a long process that involves a lot of tests, sometimes in harsh environments. A team recently tested an airborne version of an imaging microwave radiometer to support the development of a potential satellite mission for Europe's Copernicus programme.

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Swarm helps explain Earth’s magnetic jerks

01 May 2019

Our protective magnetic field is always restless, but every now and then something weird happens – it jerks. Although scientists have known about these rapid shifts for some 40 years, the reason why they occur has remained a frustrating mystery, until now.

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