The Sentinels are a family of missions developed by ESA for the operational needs of the Copernicus programme. Each mission, carrying a different range of technologies, will focus on various aspects of Earth Observation: Atmospheric, Oceanic, and Land monitoring, and the data will be of use for a broad range of applications.
Sentinel-5 Precursor – also known as Sentinel-5P – is the first Copernicus mission dedicated to monitoring our atmosphere. It consists of one satellite carrying a spectrometer, with the main objective of performing atmospheric measurements relating to air quality, climate forcing, ozone and UV radiation.
Launch: 13 October 2017
Orbit: Polar, Sun-synchronous at altitude of 824 km
Revisit time: The orbit cycle is 16 days (14 orbits per day, 227 orbits per cycle)
Instrument: TROPOMI (TROPOspheric Monitoring Instrument)
Main applications: Monitoring a multitude of atmospheric trace gases, aerosols and cloud distributions affecting air quality and climate.
Sentinel-5P Data Availability
Sentinel-5P datasets with sensing date older than one month are stored on the ONDA Cloud Archive.
Near Real-Time (NRT) products are excluded from the offer.