I’ve written about Sentinel-5P several times in the past. You can check these posts out below: Why is Sentinel-5P important? Sentinel-5P and Python The Sentinel-5P and Python post is an outline on how to read in a Sentinel-5P netcdf file and plot it. The notebook (code) is available here. I wanted to expand on this… Read More »Sentinel-5P and xarray
Google Earth Engine seems to be updated pretty frequently. Towards the end of 2018, I noticed two interesting things – that some of the Sentinel 5P data is now available and that Google is shutting down Fusion Tables. Fusion Tables will be shut down at the start of December 2019, so you have just under… Read More »Google Earth Engine: Sentinel 5P, and the demise of Fusion Tables
The data for Sentinel 5P was made available on 11th July 2018. #BreakingSince yesterday #Sentinel5P #opendata is available for downloadWith a resolution of up to 7×3.5 km, it enables detection of air pollution over individual cities.This high spatial resolution is key to locate the origin of pollutants and identifying #pollution hotspots pic.twitter.com/ncoP2ZkCmP — Copernicus EU… Read More »Sentinel-5P and Python
Sentinel-5P is scheduled for launch on the 13th October 2017 from Plesetsk launch site in Russia. Its objectives are to measure Air Quality, Ozone and Surface UV and the climate – it’s the first mission for Copernicus to monitor the atmosphere. The P stands for Precursor. You can follow the launch event from the details… Read More »Why is Sentinel-5P important?