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With reference to the news of 10 June Copernicus Sentinel-2 Long Term Archive temporarily suspended users are informed that the service was resumed on Saturday morning 13 June with a reduced restoration rate, then increased up to nominal operational level as of 16 June around midday. We apologise again for the inconvenience caused.

Due to an issue at ground station level on 15 June 2020, OLC, SLSTR and SRAL Near Real Time Copernicus Sentinel-3A data starting from sensing time (UT) 14:50 to 16:40 (orbit 22543) on 15 June have been missed.

Due to a PDGS scheduled maintenance on 16 June Copernicus Sentinel-3A and Copernicus Sentinel-3B SRAL NRT products (L1/L2) belonging to sensing time window from 06:00 to 15:00 UTC will be delayed.

Infrastructure Security Maintenance activities are scheduled on 16 and 17 June. The maintenance will affect some Data Hub Services.

Due to a network issue, delivery of Copernicus Sentinel-5P near real time (NRT) production may be impacted on 12 June (affecting only orbits scheduled to the Innuvik station).

As a consequence of a critical anomaly at ground segment level, the restoration service of the Copernicus Sentinel-2 long term archived products is degraded since the night between 5 and 6 June and has been temporarily suspended as of 9 June. 
A maintenance activity on the core infrastructure hosting the Data Hub services, involving the update of the network infrastructure, is planned on 22 June from 02:30 to 05:00 UTC.

Until recently, the exploitation of Earth Observation in the coastal domain had been limited by the complication of obtaining the right satellite image—but now Copernicus Sentinel-2 data are making a difference.

The Quaternions files for Copernicus Sentinel-1-2 and -3 missions  computed by the Copernicus POD Service will be officially available from the Copernicus Open Access Hub from 1 June onwards.

The infrastructure incident that occurred at 00:00 on 27 May 2020 has been fixed and all data access services have been restored to their nominal operations.

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