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28 February 2020
Researchers of a Swiss company are testing Copernicus Sentinel-1 data to better calibrate the Enhanced SAR Vegetation Index (ESVI) for drought conditions, which could help insurance plans for farmers.
13 February 2020
Due to a Copernicus Sentinel-3A SLSTR instrument anomaly on 3 February and consequent recovery actions executed on the instrument all the related user products are unavailable or degraded in the following UTC sensing time intervals:
- 3 February 03:06 to 3 February 10:44: IR channels are degraded (instrument anomaly)
- 3 February 10:44 to 7 February 15:37: IR channels are unavailable (recovery action)
- 3 February 15:42 to 7 February 15:37: VIS channels unavailable (recovery action)
- 7 February 15:37 to 12 February 00:00: IR channels are invalid and some VIS products may be degraded (recovery action).
11 February 2020
Infrastructure Security Maintenance activities are scheduled on:
- Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 February
- Tuesday 3 and Wednesday 4 March
11 February 2020
A recent study was carried out comparing NASA's FIRMS data with Copernicus Sentinel data, resulting in Copernicus Sentinel-1 data particularly detecting wildfires in Australia.
- Copernicus Sentinel-3A data unavailability notice
- Temporary unavailability of Copernicus Sentinel-2 production on 6-7 April 2021
- Forthcoming availability of the Copernicus Sentinel-1A and -1B reprocessed precise orbital products
- New Copernicus Sentinel-3 SYNergy Aerosol Optical Depth AOD products released
- Temporary unavailability of Copernicus Sentinel-2 production - 31st March and 1st April
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