Following the temporary unavailability of the Sentinel-2A products acquired on 30 June, nominal product distribution on the Data Hub was resumed on 1 July 20:00 UTC.
Due to a ground segment anomaly, Sentinel-2A products acquired after 30 June 2016, 08:00 UTC are temporarily unavailable for download on the Data Hub.

The EOMAP aquatic remote sensing company, together with partners at the Remote Sensing Research Centre of Queensland University and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation, are developing new methods to monitor and detect coral bleaching events using Europe's Sentinel-2A satellite.

A satellite unavailability is planned on 04 July 8:30 UTC until 05 July, 11:36 UTC for maintenance on the MSI system. No data will be acquired during this period.
Infrastructure maintenance activities are foreseen on Thursday, 30 June 2016 from 09:30 CEST to 17:00 CEST.
Further to our message published on 27 June, Sentinel-1A users are informed that the operations resumed on 27 June 2016 at 16:32 UTC.
Further to our message published on 22 June, Sentinel-1A users are here informed that as part of the operations recovery activities, further tests have been performed over the past days.

A new version of the Sentinel-4 Mission Guide is now available, providing a high-level description of the upcoming Copernicus atmospheric monitoring mission.

The twin Sentinel-1 satellites have - for the first time - combined to show their capability for revealing even small deformations in Earth's surface.

Further to our message published on 20 June, Sentinel-1A users are here informed that the problem on the SAR antenna has been identified and further testing activities are on-going.

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