The Regional Copernicus Data Hub provides complete, free and open access to Sentinel-1, Sentinel-2 and Sentinel-3 user products.
Sentinel-1 Data and Acquisition
The Sentinel-1 data offer consists of:
- Level-0 and Level-1 user products for the following acquisition modes:
- Level-2 user products for the following acquisition modes:
The Sentinel-1 ground segment production baseline is described in the production scenario.
Sentinel-2 Data and Acquisition
The Sentinel-2 acquisition plans are routinely provided based on weekly planning.
Sentinel-3 Data and Acquisition
The Sentinel-3 instruments autonomously perform systematic and continuous sensing following the Sentinel-3 observation scenario.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Copernicus Australasia?
Copernicus Australasia is a regional hub that supports distribution and exploitation of data from Europe's Sentinel satellite missions in the South-East Asia and South Pacific region. More information about partners and the region of interest can be found here
Where can I find more information about the Copernicus programme?
Copernicus is Europe's comprehensive earth monitoring programme. Overview of its products and services can be found here
Where can I find technical information about the Sentinel satellite missions?
Information about instrument capabilities and data products can be found in both the high level User Guides and the Technical Guides.
What data are available through Copernicus Australasia?
Data from all Sentinel satellites in the South-East Asia and South Pacific region (as defined in the map below). Currently, data are available in the original formats as supplied by ESA.
What data products from Sentinel-1 are available?
Level-0 RAW, Level-1 Single Look Complex (SLC) or Ground Range Detected (GRD) and Level-2 Ocean (OCN). More information on processing levels and acquisition modes can be found on the Sentinel website.
What data products from Sentinel-2 are available?
Standard Sentinel-2 distribution is at Level-1C (Top-of-atmosphere reflectance in cartographic geometry). More information on product types can be found on the Sentinel website.
What data products from Sentinel-3 are available?
Level-1 and level-2 marine and land products distributed by both ESA and EUMETSAT. More information on product types can be found on the sentinel website.
Data Query and Access
Is there a graphical user interface?
Yes. Users now have access to SARA, the Sentinel Australasia Regional Access interface.
How do I search the catalogue at NCI's THREDDS?
The user community has provided client-side code to facilitate search and access. A Python command line tool allows the user to search the server by date range, geographic region, and restricting by sensor-specific attributes. Details of this can be found on the Australasian Copernicus Hub Contributed Code site.
Advanced interactive and API search features are being developed and expected to be available early 2018.
Is there API access to data?
The initial API is based around the NCI's existing THREDDS infrastructure. Client-side code to facilitate search and access has been contributed by the user community, including a Python command line tool that allows the user to search the server by date range, geographic region, and restricting by sensor-specific attributes. Details of this can be found on the Australasian Copernicus Hub Contributed Code site.
The SARA interface includes an API for advanced user access to data.
Who can I contact if I have a question about data?
Who can I contact if I have a question about THREDDS and SARA access?
firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 (0)2 6125 3437