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The publication delay of Copernicus Sentinel-1 products starting on 27 June was fully recovered on 5 July.

The Sentinel-5P Carbon Monoxide (L2__CO___) data configuration settings for near real time and offline processing have been aligned with processor version 01.03.02. The data are available on the Copernicus Sentinel-5P Pre-Operations Data Hub.

Collision avoidance manoeuvres were executed on Sentinel-1B to reduce the risk of collision with an unknown object, which was calculated to potentially occur at 00:35 UTC on 8 July 2019.

Heatwave conditions catapulted Greenland into an early Arctic summer in June, prompting widespread melting across its icesheet surface, according to researchers at the Danish Meteorological Institute.

Users are informed that the publication delay of Copernicus Sentinel-1 products that started on Thursday 27 June, following the infrastructure maintenance of the 26 and 27 June and the network incident on 28 June, is gradually being recovered.

Due to a ground segment reprocessing anomaly, a small set of Copernicus Sentinel-2B L1C and L2A products have been disseminated twice to DHUS.

The following duplicated products have been removed from data hubs:

With reference to the news published on 21 June, an additional small set of L1C/L2A products on 23 June have been affected by the same issue. The affected products will be removed from the data hubs and replaced with the correct ones.
Copernicus Sentinel-1B was unavailable on 2 July from 04:42 to 08:06 UTC, due to a SAR antenna anomaly.
From 8 July Processing Baselines for Copernicus Sentinel-2 products will be tagged 02.08 for L1C products and 02.13 for L2A products.
Due to a network infrastructure issue, the Copernicus Sentinel-1 products publication has been delayed on all the Copernicus Data Hub Services since 27 June.

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