Discovery

Tools

Sentinel Toolbox

The Toolbox is an open source collection of processing tools, data product readers & display application to support the exploitation of Sentinel missions.

Climate, Environment & Monitoring from Space

CEMS is the UKs cloud computing facility tailored to provide flexible resources and direct access to data for the Space Sector.

Data Discovery Hub

The data discovery hub is a unique tool that provides links to various sources Satellite derived data and supporting information.

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Cases

Latest

News

Shifting lines and new horizons in Earth observation markets

Shifting lines and new horizons in Earth observation markets

The growth in demand for Earth observation (EO) data has triggered significant interest by established operators and NewSpace companies whose…

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Safeguarding Our Most Precious Resource: Water

Safeguarding Our Most Precious Resource: Water

According to this year’s Global Risk Report by the World Economic Forum, water crises are one of the five biggest…

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ESA Partners with Iceye to Explore Earth Observation Opportunities

ESA Partners with Iceye to Explore Earth Observation Opportunities

Iceye has announced a partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA) to mutually explore opportunities provided by Iceye’s technology. The cooperation encompasses activities…

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Copernicus

Programme

The Copernicus Programme

Funded by the European Commission, the Copernicus Programme is a European system for monitoring the Earth. The programme will pull on multiple data sources from Earth Observation (EO) satellites, the Sentinel Missions, as well as in situ sensors, ground stations, airborne and sea-borne sensors. These data feed into a set of 6 core services which provide users with reliable and up-to-date information. The 6 services cover: Land Monitoring, Emergency Management, Atmosphere Monitoring, Maritime Environment Monitoring, Climate Change and Security.

The Sentinel Missions

The Sentinel missions, funded by the European Commission an developed and operated by the European Space Agency, have been designed to meet the operational needs of the Copernicus programme. The first of the 6 Sentinel missions will consist of a two satellite constellation; Sentinel 1 launched in April 2014 is now fully operational and the second mission, Sentinel 2, launched in June 2015. The data acquired through these missions is publicly available, offering exciting opportunities for both scientific research, application development and commercial services.

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Library


TC Sentinel Data

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Instrument Calibration

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Product Spec

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Products List

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