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Copernicus Sentinel-1B was unavailable on 29 June from 01:05 to 09:27 UTC, due to a Payload Data Handling and Transmission (PDHT) sub-system anomaly.
The Peneda-Gerês National Park in northeast Portugal has been home to wild ponies for around 2500 years. Today, it also provides a rich habitat for wolves, foxes, wild boars, ibex, and deer. It also hosts otters, fish, frogs, salamanders, 147 different bird species (many migratory) and 15 bat species. Data from the Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellites are helping to safeguard this mountainous habitat.
On 24 June 2019 the Copernicus Open Access Hub access point suffered from degraded service response times and service interruptions from 01:50 to 02:40 UTC.
Infrastructure maintenance activities on the core infrastructure hosting the data hub service have been scheduled on the following dates:
- Maintenance 1: 24 June
- Maintenance 2: 25 June
- Maintenance 3: 26 June to 27 June.
- 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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