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Envisat Altimetry Full Mission Reprocessing V3.0

05 July 2018

The ESA Envisat Altimetry Full Mission Reprocessing (FMR) has been completed with the generation of the V3.0 mission data set. This FMR follows the first Envisat Altimetry reprocessing Version (V2.1) completed in 2012.

EOhopS – open again!

03 July 2018

The European Space Agency (ESA) announces reopening of EOhopS opportunity for researchers who want to explore the benefits of hosted processing and the use of commercial EO data, remote sensing software and analytics for their projects.

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ESA's unexpected fleet of space weather monitors

29 June 2018

A team of researchers, supported under ESA's Basic Activities, has recently investigated a resourceful new method of monitoring space weather. They utilised the data from the Swarm and GOCE Earth Explorer missions, and from LISA Pathfinder to investigate whether platform magnetometer data could also be used for space weather diagnostics.

 

Changes to CryoSat data access

29 June 2018

CryoSat mission data users are informed that the online registration on the EOPI pages is temporarily suspended.

ESA is currently granting free and open anonymous access, to all CryoSat L1b and L2 systematic data processed via the CryoSat Science FTP Server (ftp://science-pds.cryosat.esa.int.) without the need of prior registration.

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Space App Camp 2018

27 June 2018

Developers are invited to apply for the September 2018 Space App Camp being held in Frascati, Italy. Registration is now open and will close on 30 July 2018.

Abstract submission for the Ocean Salinity Science Conference 2018

26 June 2018

ESA and CNES are jointly organizing the 2018 Ocean Salinity Science Conference, which will take place at the Sorbonne University, Paris, France, from 06 to 09 November 2018.

Interested users are kindly reminded that just a few days remain before the abstract submission deadline of 06 July 2018.

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Earth’s squishy interior gives rapid rise to Antarctica

22 June 2018

Parts of Earth's crust are rising very slowly owing to post-glacial rebound, but using GPS, researchers have found that West Antarctica is rising faster than almost anywhere else in the world. And, ESA's GOCE gravity mission has, in turn, helped them to understand that the mantle below is unusually fluid.

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