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A series of maintenance activities are scheduled from 26 January to 10 February 2021 for updating the data hub software.

Copernicus Sentinel-1A was unavailable between 21:42 UTC on 19 January 2021 and 10:02 UTC on 20 January, due to a SAR antenna anomaly. No data were generated during this period.

Due to a network issue at ground station level, which occurred in the night between 16 and 17 January, the nominal availability of several Copernicus Sentinel-2A products from sensing orbit 29095 to 29102 and several Copernicus Sentinel-2B products from sensing orbit 20185 to 20193 was prevented. The recovery of missing products is in progress and is going to be completed by this week.

A maintenance activity has been scheduled to take place on Sentinel Online from 10:00 to 12:30 UTC on 21 January.

Due to an issue occurred at Ground Segment level, the Near Real Time Copernicus Sentinel-3A and S3B SLSTR Level 1 and Level2 products (including S3A/S3B SYN STC data) starting from sensing time 17-01-2021T22:30:00 UT to 18-01-2021T07:40:00 UT will be missed.

Due to an issue at Ground Segment level, the Near Real Time Copernicus Sentinel-3 SLSTR Level 1 and 2 products (including SYN STC data) starting from approximate sensing time 23:00 UTC on 17 January 2021 will be missed or delayed.

The publishing of Copernicus Sentinel-3B SLSTR Level-1 SL_1_RBT and Level-2 SL_2_LST reprocessed data has been concluded this week. 

Due to a scheduled infrastructure maintenance on 18 January from 09:00 to 17:00 UTC, there might be delays in restoring Copernicus Sentinels products in offline status.

Sentinel-1A and Sentinel-1B are undergoing a routine external calibration campaign which scope is to further improve the system calibration for other modes than the IW VV+VH configuration used over landmasses

Copernicus Sentinel-1B was unavailable on 11 January 2021 from 11:07 to 12:52 UTC, due to a SAR antenna anomaly.

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