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Due to a network issue, Near Real Time SLSTR Level 1 and Level 2 Copernicus Sentinel-3A and -3B products on 14 February 2019 starting from sensing time 08:20 to 10:30 UTC will be delayed. Recovery is on going.

Due to a ground segment anomaly, some Copernicus Sentinel-2A products published on the data hubs as of 5 February are randomly affected by a geolocation shift up to 30 metres and a mis-registration between bands.

Due to an issue which occurred at the Payload Data Ground Segment level, SY_2_V10 Copernicus Sentinel-3A products starting from sensing time 10-01-2019T11:17 UTC to 20-01-2019T11:17 UTC are unavailable.

An anomaly occurred on the Copernicus Sentinel-1B Optical Communication Payload, resulting in the loss of three data download links through the European Data Relay Satellite System (EDRS), between 03:26 UTC and 09:48 UTC on 8 February 2019.
Copernicus Sentinel-1B was unavailable from 6 February 2019 at 23:51 UTC to 7 February 2019 at 09:02 UTC, due to a SAR anomaly.

Located in the western Alps, between the Aosta Valley and Piedmont regions, the Gran Paradiso National Park is home to the original surviving Alpine ibex, chamois, mountain hares, weasels, marmots, foxes and many bird species, such as white ptarmigans and eagles—monitoring its grasslands with satellite data is helping to preserve them.

A maintenance activity on the Sentinel-3 Pre-operational Hub is scheduled on 5 February from 13:30 UTC to 15:00 UTC.

Users are informed that a maintenance activity at the core infrastructure hosting the data hub services, is planned on 6 February from 09:00 to 14:00 UTC.

Collision avoidance manoeuvres were executed on Copernicus Sentinel-1A to reduce the risk of collision with a debris, potentially occurring at 20:24 UTC on 3rd February 2019.
Users are informed that, on 30 January 2019, the RINEX Observation files of the Copernicus Sentinel-3B satellites are available on the ESA Data Hub.

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