With reference to the news published on 21 June, an additional small set of L1C/L2A products on 23 June have been affected by the same issue. The affected products will be removed from the data hubs and replaced with the correct ones.
Copernicus Sentinel-1B was unavailable on 2 July from 04:42 to 08:06 UTC, due to a SAR antenna anomaly.
From 8 July Processing Baselines for Copernicus Sentinel-2 products will be tagged 02.08 for L1C products and 02.13 for L2A products.
Due to a network infrastructure issue, the Copernicus Sentinel-1 products publication has been delayed on all the Copernicus Data Hub Services since 27 June.
Due to a ground segment anomaly occurred on 29 June, the availability in the Data Hubs of several Copernicus Sentinel-2A products from sensing orbit 20977 to 20979 and Copernicus Sentinel-2B products from sensing orbit 12068 to 12070 is delayed.

Copernicus Sentinel-1B was unavailable on 29 June from 01:05 to 09:27 UTC, due to a Payload Data Handling and Transmission (PDHT) sub-system anomaly.

Due to an issue at network level today - which has now been solved - all Near Real Time Copernicus Sentinel-3 data starting from approximate sensing time 08:00 to 10:00 UTC will be delayed.

A ground segment network incident occurred on 28 June 2019 from 09:25 to 13:15 UTC affecting the dissemination services on the data hubs. The incident was resolved.

The Peneda-Gerês National Park  in northeast Portugal has been home to wild ponies for around 2500 years. Today, it also provides a rich habitat for wolves, foxes, wild boars, ibex, and deer. It also hosts otters, fish, frogs, salamanders, 147 different bird species (many migratory) and 15 bat species. Data from the Copernicus Sentinel-2 satellites are helping to safeguard this mountainous habitat.

The planned maintenance of the Data Hub infrastructure between 24 and 27 June 2019 has been successfully completed and all services have resumed nominal operation as of today at 08:50 UTC.

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