Minimize GOMOS Consolidated Level 0 Products

The aim of this web page is to provide an indication of the availability of the Level 0 consolidated GOMOS products available at L-RAC archiving center for the whole ENVISAT mission. A consolidated GOMOS Level 0 product is a data file covering an entire orbit and it is constructed from two or more Level 0 products that were acquired in Near Real Time (NRT) during the mission lifetime.
The GOMOS consolidated Level 0 dataset starts from orbit 644 (15-Apr-2002) with last acquired orbit 52865 (08-Apr-2012).

The following table provides a summary, for each of the 10-years of ENVISAT mission lifetime, of the number of total and planned orbits, the number of available and missing orbits, and finally the number of not recoverable orbits due to GOMOS, ENVISAT or Ground Segment stations unavailability, or during Orbit Control Manoeuvres (OCM).

Click on each year to obtain a calendar view with the list of available orbits.
Click on the number of available orbits to get the full list of products for that year.

Number of Orbits
Year Total Orbits Planned Orbits Available Orbits Missing Orbits Unrecoverable Orbits Availability (%)
2002 3735 2949 1682 1267 786 57.00
2003 5225 3992 3945 47 1233 98.80
2004 5239 5018 4930 88 221 98.20
2005 5225 2640 2581 59 2585 97.80
2006 5225 4825 4790 35 400 99.30
2007 5225 4931 4834 97 294 98.00
2008 5239 4858 4846 12 381 99.80
2009 5225 4481 4467 14 744 99.70
2010 5228 4427 4405 22 801 99.50
2011 5244 3800 3773 27 1444 99.30
2012 1398 690 689 1 708 99.90
Total 52208 42611 40942 1669 9597 96.10

Table n 1: Summary of the orbit during the full Envisat Mission. The unavailability is due to ENVISAT, GOMOS or Ground Segment anomaly, and to OCMs.