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.
The Services Coordinated Interface (SCI) team can be contacted via email at EOSupport@Copernicus.esa.int for support, in particular for:
On Monday 19 March 2018, an OLCI S09 calibration activity will be performed: the expected outage including the pre and post calibration configuration is 70 seconds, from 09:04:09 UTC to 09:05:19 UTC.
15 March 2018
Due a planned out-of-plane orbit manoeuvre for Sentinel-3 on 14 March 2018, NRT/STC/NTC L1 and L2 user data could be degraded or missing.
On 9 March 2018, Level-1 and Level-2 Sentinel-3 OLCI PDUs, full and reduced resolution, began to be released through the Sentinel-3 Pre-Operational Data Hub. The data is being released incrementally beginning with the oldest data first, and the initial release will cover 26 April 2016 to 29 November 2017. The release of data will be performed gradually in order to avoid slowing down the nominal production publication.