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  • This reference only dataset contains Sentinel-1 data that has been modified to provide a Normalised Radar Backscatter, Analysis Ready Dataset over Plymouth. Two months' of data are provided for each area in the CARD4L v3.2.2 standard format. The data is designed to be used with the ESA SNAP toolbox. UK Analysis-Ready Data (ARD) tests in support of the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) Standards is a project run by the Group on Earth Observations (GEO)/CEOS office. The purpose of the project was to demonstrate the UK's ability to produce ARD to the specified CEOS Analysis Ready Data for Land (CARD4L) standards. The GEO/CEOS office is hosted by NCEO and funded by UK Space Agency, DEFRA and NERC.

  • This reference only dataset contains Sentinel-1 data that has been modified to provide a Normalised Radar Backscatter, Analysis Ready Dataset over Gibraltar. Two months' of data are provided for each area in the CARD4L v3.2.2 standard format. The data is designed to be used with the ESA SNAP toolbox. UK Analysis-Ready Data (ARD) tests in support of the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) Standards is a project run by the Group on Earth Observations (GEO)/CEOS office. The purpose of the project was to demonstrate the UK's ability to produce ARD to the specified CEOS Analysis Ready Data for Land (CARD4L) standards. The GEO/CEOS office is hosted by NCEO and funded by UK Space Agency, DEFRA and NERC.

  • This dataset collection contains land monitoring data from the Multispectral Instrument (MSI) on the European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel 2A satellite. Sentinel 2A was launched on 23rd June 2015 and provides sun-synchronous platform for the multispectral imaging data. The instrument uses 13 spectral bands from visible to the near infrared to obtain images with a swath width of 290km. Level 1C processing provides Top-Of-Atmosphere (TOA) reflectances in cartographic geometry. A further processing level, bottom-of-atmosphere (BOA) reflectance in cartographic geometry (prototype product) can be produced by the user with the Sentinel 2 toolbox. The BOA mode allows for the accurate assessment of biophysical parameters e.g. Leaf Area Index, with reduced cloud interference.

  • This dataset collection contains land monitoring data from the Multispectral Instrument (MSI) on the European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel 2B satellite. Sentinel 2B was launched on 7th March 2017 and provides sun-synchronous platform for the multispectral imaging data. The instrument uses 13 spectral bands from visible to the near infrared to obtain images with a swath width of 290km. Level 1C processing provides Top-Of-Atmosphere (TOA) reflectances in cartographic geometry. A further processing level, bottom-of-atmosphere (BOA) reflectance in cartographic geometry (prototype product) can be produced by the user with the Sentinel 2 toolbox. The BOA mode allows for the accurate assessment of biophysical parameters e.g. Leaf Area Index, with reduced cloud interference.

  • This dataset collection contains data from the Sea and Land Surface Temperature Radiometer (SLSTR) on the European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel 3A satellite. Sentinel 3A was launched on 16th February 2016 and provides data globally. The primary mission objective of the SLSTR instrument is to extend the long-term consistent set of global Sea Surface Temperature (SST) measurements. In addition, SLSTR using a suite of visible and infrared radiance measurements provides land surface temperature, active fire monitoring, ice surface temperature, cloud, atmospheric aerosol, land surface, forestry and hydrology products in support of Copernicus services. Data are provided by ESA and are made available via CEDA to any registered user.

  • This dataset contains Radiances and Brightness Temperature data from the Sea and Land Surface Temperature Radiometer (SLSTR) aboard the European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel 3A Satellite. Sentinel 3A was launched on the 16th February 2016. The primary mission objective of the SLSTR instrument is to extend the long-term consistent set of global Sea Surface Temperature (SST) measurements. In addition, SLSTR using a suite of visible and infrared radiance measurements provides land surface temperature, active fire monitoring, ice surface temperature, cloud, atmospheric aerosol, land surface, forestry and hydrology products in support of Copernicus services. Data are provided by ESA and are made available via CEDA to any registered user.

  • This dataset contains Top-of Atmosphere (TOA) reflectances in cartographic geometry (level 1C) processed data, from the Multispectral Instrument (MSI) aboard the European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel 2A satellite. Sentinel 2A was launched on 23rd June 2015 and provides multispectral images of the earth’s surface as a continuation and enhancement of the Landsat and SPOT missions. Data are provided by the European Space Agency (ESA) and are made available via CEDA to any registered user in the UK. CEDA have switched to provide Sentinel 2 data for the UK and Dependencies along with data needed per project basis as of April 2019. Please contact us if you need data outside these areas and we will see what we can do.

  • This dataset contains Top-of Atmosphere (TOA) reflectances in cartographic geometry (level 1C) processed data, from the Multispectral Instrument (MSI) aboard the European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel 2B satellite. Sentinel 2B was launched on 7th March 2016 and provides multispectral images of the earth’s surface as a continuation and enhancement of the Landsat and SPOT missions. Data are provided by the European Space Agency (ESA) and are made available via CEDA to any registered user. CEDA have switched to provide Sentinel 2 data for the UK and Dependencies along with data needed per project basis as of April 2019. Please contact us if you need data outside these areas and we will see what we can do.

  • This dataset collection contains radar data from the C-band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) on the European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel 1B satellite. Sentinel 1B was launched on 25th April 2016 and provides continuous all-weather, day and night imaging radar data. Three acquisition modes are available: Stripmap (SM), Interferometric Wide swath (IW), and Extra Wide swath (EW). The main operational mode is IW. The EW mode is primarily used for wide area coastal monitoring. The SM mode is only used on special request for extraordinary events such as emergency management. The SM, IW and EW modes are available in single (HH or VV) and dual (HH+HV or VV+VH) polarisation. The C-band Synthetic Aperture Radar images the Earth with enhanced frequency and revisit times obtaining full Earth coverage every two weeks. Timeliness and reliability is optimized for emergency response and operational applications with Europes’s coastal zones and shipping routes being monitored on a daily basis. The data has a wide range of scientific applications including sea-ice monitoring, imaging of forests and investigation into the carbon cycle, and the analysis of earthquakes. Data are provided by the European Space Agency (ESA) and are made available via CEDA to any registered scientific user in the UK.

  • This dataset collection contains radar data from the C-band Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) on the European Space Agency (ESA) Sentinel 1A satellite. Sentinel 1A was launched on 3rd April 2014 and provides continuous all-weather, day and night imaging radar data. Three acquisition modes are available: Stripmap (SM), Interferometric Wide swath (IW), and Extra Wide swath (EW). The main operational mode is IW. The EW mode is primarily used for wide area coastal monitoring. The SM mode is only used on special request for extraordinary events such as emergency management. The SM, IW and EW modes are available in single (HH or VV) and dual (HH+HV or VV+VH) polarisation. The C-band Synthetic Aperture Radar images the Earth with enhanced frequency and revisit times obtaining full Earth coverage every two weeks. Timeliness and reliability is optimised for emergency response and operational applications with Europe’s coastal zones and shipping routes being monitored on a daily basis. The data has a wide range of scientific applications including sea-ice monitoring, imaging of forests and investigation into the carbon cycle, and the analysis of earthquakes. Data are provided by the European Space Agency (ESA) and are made available via CEDA to any registered user.