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Launched from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana on 3 April 2014, the Copernicus Sentinel-1A satellite continues to gather radar imagery of Earth for a wide range of applications.
Due to a Sentinel-3A ground segment anomaly on 09 April 2018 at 21:38 UTC, NRT products were not available until this issue was resolved on 10 April 2018 at 08:30 UTC.

Users are informed that due to a major power outage in Frankfurt, the Copernicus Services Data Hub has not been available since 19:45 UTC on 09 April 2018.

Infrastructure maintenance activities are scheduled on the Data Hubs from 13:00 UTC on 10 April to 11:00 UTC on 11 April 2018.
On 24 April 2018, a campaign will start on the Sentinel Open Data Access Hub and Copernicus Service Data Hub to republish the Sentinel-2 Level-1C products, from their historical format into the ‘Complete Single Tile' format introduced in December 2016.

Awarding outstanding ideas and applications that use Earth observation data to tackle challenges faced by business and society, the Copernicus Masters 2018 competition is now open for submissions.

A new version of the Sentinel High Level Operations Plan (HLOP) document has been released.
With reference to the news published on the 21 March 2018, users are informed that the start of Maintenance 2 has been postponed until 13:00 UTC on 03 April 2018.
With the Sentinel-3B satellite now at the Plesetsk launch site in Russia and liftoff set for 25 April, engineers are steaming ahead with the task of getting Europe's next Copernicus satellite ready for its journey into orbit.
Due to an anomaly on 17 March 2018, all NRT/NTC/STC Level-1 and Level-2 user products are missing from sensing time 2:49:54 UTC to 14:39:44 UTC (absolute orbits impacted 10834-10835, relative orbits 81-82 of cycle 29). The issue is currently under investigation and further notifications concerning the nature of the anomaly will be released afterwards.

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If you have a good story to tell, of how any of the Sentinel satellites are producing data that bring benefit to your work and/or to society, please contact the Sentinel Online Editor Malì Cecere at: mali.cecere@ejr-quartz.com with your proposals.