The reproduction of the collection, including all downstream products, with the initial input being the rawest form (telemetry).
Committee on Earth Observations, Systems Engineering Office (CEOS-SEO)
Established in 1984, CEOS is the primary forum for the international coordination of space-based Earth observations. The SEO performs historical coverage analyses using the data archives for the Landsat, Sentinel-1, and Sentinel-2 missions.
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO)
An Australian federal government agency responsible for scientific research.
The Copernicus Programme, established in 2014, is the European Union (EU)'s Earth observation programme coordinated and managed by the European Commission in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA), the EU Member States and EU Agencies. It was formerly known as the Global Monitoring for Environment and Security (GMES) Programme.
Copernicus Australasia is a regional hub supporting the Copernicus Programme. The Copernicus Australasia Regional Data Hub provides free and open access to data from Europe's Sentinel satellite missions for the following South-East Asia and South Pacific region:
A related set of files composed of separate elements that can be manipulated as a unit. It is an instantiation of a product.
Digital Earth Australia (DEA)
An analysis platform, delivered by Geoscience Australia, which uses spatial data and satellite images to detect physical changes across Australia. DEA prepares these vast volumes of Earth observation data and makes it available to governments and industry for easy use.
A table of satellite orbital locations for specific time intervals. The ephemeris data helps characterise the conditions under which remotely sensed data is collected and is commonly used to correct the sensor data before analysis.
European Space Agency (ESA)
A European intergovernmental organisation dedicated to the exploration of space. Established in 1975 and headquartered in Paris, it currently comprises 22 member states.