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Sentinel-3A Handed Over To Eumetsat

Getting the bigger picture on the health of our planet drew another step closer today as Europe's Sentinel-3A satellite was handed over to Eumetsat for operations.

First Image From Sentinel-1B: Svalbard

Sentinel-1B's first data strip stretches 600 km from 80°N degrees through the Barents Sea.

This video captures a surprising view of Sentinel-3A on its way into orbit amidst the flickering green of the northern lights.

Third Sentinel Satellite Launched By ESA

The third ESA-developed satellite carrying four Earth-observing instruments has been launched and is ready to provide a 'bigger picture' for Europe's Copernicus environment program.

Five Sentinel-1A radar scans acquired between 3 October and 2 December 2014 were combined to create this image of ground deformation in Mexico City.

Fogo Volcano As Seen By Sentinel's radar

Radar images from the Sentinel-1A satellite are helping to monitor ground movements of the recently erupted Fogo volcano.

Sentinel 1A and Alphasat Link Up By laser

Marking a first in space, Sentinel-1A and Alphasat have linked up by laser stretching almost 36 000 km across space to deliver images of Earth just moments after they were captured.

On April 3rd, Sentinel-1 will be launched from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana on a Soyuz launcher. The radar mission is the first of the Copernicus programme, providing an all-weather, day-and-night supply of imagery for Copernicus user services.

ESA is Preparing for Radar Vision

Sentinel-1A, Europe's first satellite for Copernicus, is almost ready for launch on 3 April. Meanwhile, ESA is showing how its advanced radar will map ice, monitor subsidence and much more.

Testing the deployment of the Sentinel-1A radar antenna (in fast motion) in the cleanroom at Thales Alenia Space in Cannes, France.

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