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.

Further to our message published on 17 June, Sentinel-1A users are here informed that investigations are progressing but further tests are needed before operations can be resumed.

Please be informed that unfortunately the Sentinel-1A operations are still interrupted due to the persistence of an onboard anomaly, that requires further investigation.

Following the announcement yesterday, a further Sentinel-1A satellite unavailability occurred on 16 June 2016 at 16:45 UTC. No SAR data are currently acquired.

Further information will be provided shortly on the recovery operations.

A Sentinel-1A satellite unavailability occurred on 16 June 2016 from 05:59 UTC to 13:57 UTC. No SAR data were acquired during this period.

A scheduled maintenance activity is foreseen on the Scientific Data Hub and on the Copernicus Services Data Hub on 16 and 17 June 2016, respectively.

On 15 June 2016, a new Processing Baseline (02.04) has been deployed for Sentinel-2A products. The first acquisition featuring baseline 02.04 is dated with 2015-06-15T03:15:42 UTC sensing time.

After switch back to the previous processing baseline version 2.02, Sentinel-2A data availability has been resumed since Saturday 11 June 19:00 UTC.

After a change of processing baseline to version 2.03, a quality issue has been detected in the Sentinel-2A generated products. All data generated since the morning of 9 June featuring v2.03 baseline are being removed from the data hubs and should be discarded by users if already downloaded.

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