Minimize Registration

The free, full and open data policy adopted for the Copernicus programme foresees access available to all users for the Sentinel data products, via a simple pre-registration.

Who needs to register:

Registration is open to all users via simple on-line self-registration accessible via the Copernicus Open Access Hub.

Following registration, the user can immediately download Sentinel products generated systematically from all acquired data. Please note that depending on the mission and the acquisition time of the product, the full operational qualification may not yet be completed.

Member States requiring data for national initiatives in the frame of the Sentinels Collaborative Ground Segment. Copernicus Services members and European Institutions, as well as Collaborative Ground Segments need not register on this service, they are served via dedicated access points.

Minimize User Support

The Services Coordinated Interface (SCI) team can be contacted via email at EOSupport@Copernicus.esa.int for support, in particular for:

  • Clarifications regarding the registration process
  • Sentinel enquiries
  • Reporting issues related to products/service quality
Minimize Maintenance Announcements

Copernicus Sentinel-3A SRAL reprocessed data on the Open Hub

18 April 2019

From 19 April 2019, Copernicus Sentinel-3A SRAL L1 SR_1_SRA_A_ and SR_1_SRA_BS reprocessed data will be available through the Open Data Hub and Copernicus Services Data Hub. These products belong to the same reprocessing campaign of SR_1_SRA and SR_2_LAN, which was published in November 2018.

Copernicus Sentinel-2B acquisition lost due to collision avoidance manoeuvre

16 April 2019

The Copernicus Sentinel-2B acquisition on 12 April with sensing time between 00:55:08 and 00:56:06 - relevant to orbit 10953 - has been lost due to a collision avoidance manoeuvre executed between 11 April at 23:21:36 and 12 April at 01:20:34 UTC.

Copernicus Sentinel-3B SLSTR data unavailability

15 April 2019

Due to decontamination activities of the Sea and Land Surface Temperature Radiometer (SLSTR) instrument on Copernicus Sentinel-3B, SLSTR products will be degraded and/or missing within the sensing time window of 11 to 17 April 2019.