Due to a planned spacecraft manoeuvre on Sentinel-3A on 29 August 2018 all NRT/NTC/STC OLCI and SRAL user products could be degraded from sensing time 07:38 to 08:13 UTC. NRT/NTC SLSTR user products could be degraded from sensing time 07:38 to 08:47 UTC.

As a consequence of a ground segment anomaly, the availability in the Data Hubs of several Sentinel-2 L1C products with sensing date between 29 and 31 August is delayed.
Infrastructure maintenance activities are scheduled on Wednesday, 5 September 2018 from 07:00 to 16:00 UTC and on Thursday, 6 September 2018 from 07:00 to 10:00 UTC.
Sentinel-1A was unavailable from 28 August 2018 at 17:27 UTC to 29 August 2018 at 7:27 UTC, due to a SAR anomaly. No data were generated during this period.
Due to a Sentinel-3A planned SLSTR instrument maintenance activity all NRT/NTC L1 and L2 user products covering a sensing time from 08:50 to 13:55 UTC on 28 August 2018 are unavailable.
Due to an on-board anomaly triggered following the collision avoidance manoeuvre performed on 12 August 2018, the Sentinel-2A products with sensing orbit in the range 16381 - 16392 have been noted with a wrong geolocation and will be removed from the DataHub catalogue.
A routine decontamination activity of the Sentinel-2A MSI is planned to take place over a continuous period of 24-hours between 15 and 16 September, from 07:00 to 07:00 UTC (corresponding to the period between absolute orbits 16877 to 16891). During this temporal window, no MSI acquisition will take place.

Open Access Hub users are informed that a maintenance activity is scheduled on 27 and 28 August 2018 for upgrading the DHuS databases and software version on the following access points:

Due to a ground segment anomaly that occurred on 22 August 2018 at approximately 13:00 UTC, all Sentinel-3A NRT/NTC/STC L1 and L2 user data covering a sensing time from 11:23 UTC to 13:04 UTC are unavailable.
The campaign to republish the Sentinel-2A Level-1C products from their historical format into the ‘Complete Single Tile' format introduced in December 2016 on the Sentinel Open Data Access Hub and Copernicus Service Data Hub continues.

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