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Due to an issue at Ground Segment level on 15 July, OLC Near Real Time and SYN Short Time Critical Copernicus Sentinel-3A data from the following time periods are affected:
- 15/07/2019 17:30 to 16/07/2019 02:50 UTC (data missed but related NTC products available)
- 15/07/2019 02:50 to 16/07/2019 05:15 UTC (data delayed)
Dormant since 1924, the Raikoke Volcano in the Kuril Island chain, near the Kamchatka Peninsula in Russia, recently awoke. Data from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P and Sentinel-3 satellites are giving vital information on its aftermath.
11 July 2019
Infrastructure maintenance activities will take place on the Data Hubs in the last two weeks of July.
An early detection of changing patterns and altering ecosystems in coastal wetlands can prevent irreversible biodiversity loss and assist in the identification of problematic areas. The Copernicus Sentinel missions are now providing vital information to help visualise and explain trends to policy makers.
Due to an infrastructure incident, the Copernicus Open Access Hub has experienced unscheduled downtimes on 5 July as follows:
- Sci Hub: from 19:15 to 20:00 UTC
- API Hub: from 19:15 to 21:15 UTC.
- Copernicus Sentinel-2B products affected by collision avoidance manoeuvre
- Delayed availability of Copernicus Sentinel-2B L2A production resolved
- New forthcoming processing baseline 2.76-A and 1.54-B for Copernicus Sentinel-3
- Copernicus Sentinel-1 facilitates Australia's flood extent delineation
- Delayed availability of Copernicus Sentinel-2B L2A production
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