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Sentinel-1 Collaborative Data Hub open

26 January 2015

ESA is pleased to announce that as of 26 January the Collaborative Data Hub is open for access by the Collaborative Ground Segment partners, via regular operations, including the online publication of all Sentinel-1A data production.

An initial rolling window of 2 to 3 weeks will be provided starting from 26 January, with an increased capacity to be deployed in the coming weeks and months.

The data hub software configuration has been tuned on the Collaborative Hub to provide a pre-compression of the products, such as to reduce download times towards the collaborative mirror sites. In addition, reporting of the product checksum via ODATA API is implemented in order to be able to automatically verify the successful download without needing to unpack the received product.

A campaign to allow access to all Sentinel-1 products since the end of the in-orbit commissioning phase (3 October 2014) from the collaborative data hub will be arranged later in the year, according to the readiness of the collaborative partners infrastructure. In the meantime all Sentinel-1A core products as of 3 October 2014 data are still made available to all users via the scientific/open access data hub.

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