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As a consequence of a ground segment contingency held in the frame of a planned maintenance at processing chain level, all Copernicus Sentinel-2A products on 22 April between 00:00 and 07:00 UTC sensing time are randomly affected by a geolocation shift up to 30 meters and a mis-registration between bands.
21 April 2021
With Europe's tallest active volcano of 3325 metres frequently erupting, volcanology experts are using data from the Copernicus Sentinels to monitor the situation for environmental and safety impacts, since its various recent explosions.
Due to multiple contingencies that occurred at ground segment level between the morning on 18 April and noon on 19 April, the generation of several Copernicus Sentinel-2A products from sensing orbit 30404 to 30418 and several Copernicus Sentinel-2B products from sensing orbit 21494 to 21510 is delayed.
As a consequence of a contingency at ground station network level held in the night between 15 and 16 April, the generation of several Copernicus Sentinel-2A products from sensing orbit 30367 to 30376 and several Copernicus Sentinel-2B products from sensing orbit 21460 to 21466 is delayed.
15 April 2021
As a consequence of a maintenance activity on the Copernicus Sentinel-3B spacecraft on 14 April 2021 from 10:57 to 11:32 UTC, reduced data quality for all SRAL related user products should be expected for data sensed during this period.
13 April 2021
Due to an anomaly in the ground segment the Sentinel-5P data from the orbit 18127 to 18130 have not been acquired and will not be processed. Some NRT products data are available from orbits 18127 and 18130, related OFFL products may be generated with less measurements and reduced quality. Users are recommended to use this data with care.
12 April 2021
Due to an issue occurred at Ground Segment level, the Near Real Time Copernicus Sentinel-3A OLC, SLSTR and SRAL Level 1 and Level2 products starting from around sensing time 10-04-2021 T 07:15:00 UTC to 09:00:00 UTC have been missed or degraded. Recovery in order to have a proper set of NTC data is on going.
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