RESEARCH & SERVICE SUPPORTResources for your EO research, application or service
As part of ESA's Earth Observation Ground Segment Department, RSS has the mission to provide tools and services that support the user community in EO data exploitation.
RSS provides as well this e-collaboration area, called "Join&Share", to find or exchange information, and share ideas on Earth Observation data exploitation related projects.
To log in you can use your EO SSO account. If you don't have one, you can register here
Latest Blog Post
Next week, RSS will be presenting at the Big Data from Space Conference 2019 in Munich, Germany. We will contribute both with a demo of the RSS service and a poster presentation regarding our new "Analysis Ready Data (ARD)...
7th CryoSat Quality Working group Meeting - Final Report 20 March 2019
The 7th CryoSat Quality Working Group (QWG) meeting was held at ESA/ESRIN from 26 - 28 November 2018. The QWG#7 was structured around 7 main sessions and involved 43 participants from different operational and research institutes including both CryoSat Expert Support Laboratory, QC and Val/Val teams, altimetry experts and multi-thematic scientists?xml>!DOCTYPE>...
CryoSat Ocean Baseline C reprocessed data available 1 March 2019
We are glad to inform the CryoSat scientific community that the first 6 months of the reprocessed CryoSat Ocean Baseline C data (July-December 2010) have been published on the Science Server and are available for download. The reprocessing activity is currently progressing and we are planning to publish batches of 6 months of data eve?xml>!DOCTYPE>...
US government shutdown effects on CryoSat geophysical corrections and parameters 23 January 2019
The CryoSat users are informed that the US government shutdown currently on-going is affecting the services that are responsible for providing NOAA's input data products used in CryoSat ice and ocean processing chains. The CryoSat L1b and L2 products with dates of validity starting on 21 December 2018 are therefore affected by this situatio?xml>!DOCTYPE>...
RSS processed Sentinel-1A data for the analysis of water variations on Poyang Lake 18 July 2016
The ESA Research & Service Support contributed to the analysis of Poyang Lake seasonal water variations by supporting the processing of related Sentinel-1A products and making available the required computing resources (RSS CloudToolbox). A total of 71 Sentinel-1A IW SLC products (relative orbit number 40) acquired from June 2015 to May 2016 h?xml>!DOCTYPE>...
"Research Grants Call 2015" 24 June 2015
Research Grants Call 2015 http://scirocco.sp.serco.eu/ The SCatterometer InstRument Competence Centre, SCIRoCCo, has been established by the European Space Agency (ESA) in support of the exploitation activities for the ERS-2 Scatterometer mission during Phase-F. SCIRoCCo aims at becoming a reference center for the international?xml>!DOCTYPE>...
|27 November 2018||
Catalogue maintenance on 28/11/2018
Dear Users, Due to a planned maintenance of G-POD catalogue on Nov 28th 2018 processing tasks may be affected, as data access could not work properly during the maintenance. We apology...
|3 September 2018||
Catalogue maintenance on Sept. 4th 2018
Dear Users, Due to a planned maintenance of G-POD catalogue, processing tasks may fail on Sept. 4th 2018. We apology for the inconvenience.?xml>!DOCTYPE>
|29 August 2018||
Maintenance on Operational CE 02 on August 30th
Dear Users, Due to a planned maintenance of G-POD, the Computing Element - Operational CE 02 - will be unavailable on 30/08/2018 during the full day. Tasks already running on such engine...
|14 June 2018||
Maintenance on June 14th 2018
Dear Users, Due to a planned maintenance of G-POD, some Computing Elements (ESRIN CE 01 SL6 64bits Optimised for S3, ESRIN CE 01 SL6 64bits and KLIMA CE ESRIN) will be unavailable on...
|14 February 2018||
G-POD scheduled downtime for maintenance on February 15th 2018
Dear Users, Due to a planned maintenance of G-POD, the platform will be unavailable on 15/02/2018 during the full day. We apology for the inconvenience.?xml>!DOCTYPE>