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07 January 2020
Copernicus Sentinel-1A was unavailable on 6 January from 14:17 UTC to 17:42 UTC, due to a Payload Data Handling and Transmission (PDHT) sub-system anomaly.
06 January 2020
While carbon dioxide is more abundant in the atmosphere and therefore more commonly associated with global warming, methane is around 30 times more potent as a heat-trapping gas. Given its importance, Canadian company GHGSat have worked in collaboration with the Sentinel-5P team at SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research to investigate hotspots of methane emissions during COVID-19.
30 December 2019
An unscheduled service downtime occurred on 30 December 2019 from 09:00 to 13:45 UTC on the Copernicus Data Hubs.
13 December 2019
While two explorers were having problems cruising the ice across the North Pole on skies, due to bad weather and complications with equipment, the Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites lent a hand to guide rescuers through the maze of ice and water to save the day.
12 December 2019
Featuring how the Sentinel missions of the European Union's Copernicus programme, particularly Sentinel-1, have become a game-changer to the Danish Meteorological Institute's Ice Service and to the project – Automated Sea Ice Products – creating a robust, automated sea ice information service, solving the main needs of Arctic marine users.
09 December 2019
Copernicus Sentinel-5P NRT data users are informed that due to a scheduled ground segment upgrade on 11 December the near real time (NRT) processing of orbits 11192 to 11196 are be likely to be impacted.
- Missing Sentinel-5P products from orbit 18127 to 18130
- Copernicus Sentinel-1A and -1B precise orbital products currently available for the entire mission
- 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
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