Sentinel-1 mission news

On 23 December 2021, Copernicus Sentinel-1B experienced an anomaly related to the instrument electronics power supply provided by the satellite platform, leaving it unable to deliver radar data. Spacecraft operators and engineers were unable to rectify the issue, and ESA announced the end of the mission for Sentinel-1B in August 2022:

Copernicus Sentinel-1A continues to perform well and is operating at maximum capacity. Observation plans have been adjusted inasmuch as possible, and detailed acquisition information is available from:

ESA plans to launch Copernicus Sentinel-1C between mid-April and mid-July 2023, which will be followed by a 3-month commissioning phase. Please see the following article for the latest news:

Further information on the Sentinel-1 mission can be found at: