Sentinels team up

12 October 2016

The Copernicus Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 satellites have found signs of an ongoing glacier dislocation between two recent massive ice avalanches in Tibet.

Further to the announcement of 5 August, a sample product featuring the forthcoming Sentinel-2 Level-1C product formatting change is now available for download.

A dissemination anomaly which impacted the availability of a few Sentinel-2A products daily, from the beginning of May till 27 September 2016, has been identified and resolved.

The Open Science Earth Observation (OSEO) call for using the innovation platform in Poland is now open. The OSEO call offers scientists the opportunity to exploit the full archive of optical EO data, in particular from Sentinel-2, using a dedicated cloud computing infrastructure for science, applications and technological innovation.

Copernicus' Sentinel-1B satellite has officially completed its commissioning phase, marking the beginning of its operational life in orbit.

SciHub (including APIHub) have been experiencing delays in the publication of products due to the increased number of products coming from Sentinel-1A, Sentinel-1B and Sentinel-2A.

Short service interruptions might occur on Friday, 30 September 2016 from 9:30 CEST to 12:00 CEST, for maintenance activities aiming to improve the service performances of the Sentinels Scientific Data Hub and the API Hub.

Sentinel-1B Level-0, Level-1 and Level-2 user products are now available for download for data acquired since 26 September 2016 at 00:00 UTC through the same interfaces as Sentinel-1A data.
The European Space Agency is pleased to announce the call for the Sentinel-2 Validation Team (S2VT).

Maintenance activities are foreseen on the Sentinels International Access Hub on Friday 23 September 2016 from 9:00 CEST to 16:00 CEST.

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