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11th Coastal Altimetry Workshop registration open

20 February 2018

The Coastal Altimetry Community is organising the 11th Edition of the Coastal Altimetry Workshop in Frascati (Italy), ESRIN, on 12-15 June 2018

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Swarm details energetic coupling

15 February 2018

The Sun bathes our planet in the light and heat it needs to sustain life, but it also bombards us with dangerous charged particles in solar wind. Our magnetic field largely shields from this onslaught, but like many a relationship, it's somewhat complicated. Thanks to ESA's Swarm mission the nature of this Earth–Sun coupling has been revealed in more detail than ever before.

Extension of Swarm 2 Hz TII Cross-Track data flow dataset

15 February 2018

We would like to inform the Swarm users that the 2 Hz TII Cross-Track data flow dataset has been extended in the ESA FTP server.

EFI LP probes on Swarm C both set to high gain during TII inactive periods

15 February 2018

We inform the Swarm users that starting from 02 October 2017, both EFI Langmuir Probes (LPs) on Swarm C are systematically set to high gain during EFI TII inactive periods.

RUS upcoming webinar on Ocean Colour Monitoring with Sentinel-3

15 February 2018

The Copernicus Research and User Support (RUS) team would like announce an upcoming webinar on Ocean Colour Monitoring with Sentinel-3.


Please register now to the live webinar which is taking place on Wednesday 21 February 2018 from 14.30 to 16:00 CET.

Version 6.0 of SNAP released

13 February 2018

Version 6.0 of SNAP (the Sentinel Application Platform) has been released and is now available to download.

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Wind satellite survives vacuum

07 February 2018

ESA's Aeolus satellite has been particularly tricky to build. One of the main stumbling blocks has been getting its lasers to work in a vacuum, but recent tests on the satellite show that the vacuum or temperature of space won't get in the way of Aeolus measuring Earth's winds.

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