Further to our previous announcement regarding the satellite unavailability since 9 August, 20:30 UTC, please note that Sentinel-1 SAR operations resumed on 10 August at 18:02 UTC.

Due to a satellite anomaly, Sentinel-1A has been unavailable since 9 August, at approximately 20:30 UTC.

The problem is under investigation and operations will restart as soon as possible.

Low water levels in the Danube river have left ships to queue close to the town of Zimnicea in Romania.

In this study the team show the usefulness of InSAR for examining surface deformation due to groundwater withdrawal and recharge in Phoenix, Arizona. Multi-track ascending and descending ERS SAR datasets from 1992-1996 and Envisat ASAR, 2003-2010 are combined to obtain vertical and horizontal (east-west) displacement time series components.

Sentinel-1 IW and EW Level-2 OCN products, over regional ocean areas, were made available to users on the Sentinel Data Hub on 26 July 2015.

Due to a satellite anomaly, Sentinel-1A data are unavailable since today, 03 August, 00:30 UTC.

Recovery operations are on-going. Nominal operations will restart as soon as possible.

Thanks to a new system developed by scientists in the UK, taking to the waves for a spot of surfing can benefit research into the health of coastal waters, and could help confirm satellite measurements of sea-surface temperature.

From agricultural monitoring to charting changing lands, early images from Europe's new Sentinel-2A satellite show how the 'colour vision' mission's critical observations can be used to keep us and our planet safe.

Following a recent upgrade to the Sentinel-1 Instrument Processing Facility (IPF) a correction was introduced to the Elevation Antenna Patterns. This has resulted in a range varying phase offset when generating interferograms using products produced between V236 and V243 of the IPF.
Sentinel-1 satellite operations will be paused on Wednesday 22 July from 06:00 UTC to 12:00 UTC in order to perform an on-board maintenance activity. No SAR acquisitions will be performed during this period.

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