Nominal access to Sentinel historical data restored on 14 March 2021 - Nominal access to Sentinel historical data restored on 14 March 2021
Nominal access to Sentinel historical data restored on 14 March 2021
15 March 2021
As previously reported, a major incident occurred on a data centre providing data access infrastructure services on 10 March 2021, which led to a temporary interruption of new data from Copernicus Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-3 and the temporary interruption of historical data access (from more than a year ago).
Access to Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-3 products was successfully resumed on 12 March at 11:00 UTC and the publication backlog completed a few hours later.
We are pleased to announce that the access to all Sentinel historical data was also restored on 14 March. Data access operations are back to nominal.
We apologise for the inconvenience that this might have caused to your activities.
- Copernicus Sentinel-1 helps Denmark to monitor ground motion and infrastructure
- Copernicus Sentinel-3 unavailability issue resolved
- Temporary unavailability of Copernicus Sentinel-2 production on 10 May 2021
- Copernicus Sentinel-3 unavailability due to an issue due to an issue occuing at Ground Segment
- Copernicus Sentinel-2B products affected by collision avoidance manoeuvre
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