Users are informed that the Sentinel-2 Ground Segment suffered a sporadic anomaly between March and May 2017 included, leading to an incomplete dissemination of production with about 11% of products missing throughout the period.

The periods of April and May have already been recovered and all of the production for those two months is now available for download; the recovery for the month of March is on-going and is expected to be complete by 26 May.

Following the Severity 1 Anomaly reported earlier today, we are pleased to announce that the restoration of the Data Hub systems has been successfully completed on 22 May 2017.
Since Monday, 22 May 2017 00:00 CEST an anomaly on the infrastructure has been encountered at the main hosting site. The anomaly is under investigation, further information will be provided as soon as available.
Following the release of the latest Sentinel-3 SLSTR Level-1B processing baseline, an error has been detected in the products.

The Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites are being used to detect and better evaluate management practices of grasslands in Estonia.

The Sentinel-1A Wave Mode Level-1 SLC products are available for on-line data access on all Hubs since 15 May 2017.

Sentinel-1B was unavailable on 12 May 2017 between 09:03 UTC and 10:46 UTC, due to the need to perform a reset of the on-board data storage memory.

Rapid acceleration of an Arctic glacier over the past year has been detected by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites.

Infrastructure maintenance activities are foreseen on the data hubs both on Wednesday, 10 May and on Thursday, 11 May 2017.
ESA released a further Sentinel-3 SLSTR L1B Processing Baseline on 04 May 2017, that among other improvements has updated the geolocation accuracy of the oblique view.

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