The webinar provides:
• an overview of instrument and measurement principles;
• details on product generation, product characteristics, and expected performance;
• user-relevant information about data formats, test datasets, dissemination, and
• application perspectives for atmospheric composition and air quality monitoring.
Ushering in a new era of monitoring atmospheric composition and air quality from space, the event describes the Sentinel-4 and -5 observation missions, their spectral channels and improvements in resolution and performance over heritage sensors such as GOME-2 and Sentinel-5P/TROPOMI.
Speakers will address new products from EUMETSAT Central Facility and the Atmospheric Composition Satellite Application Facility, and their expected benefit for the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS).
Data from the geostationary Copernicus Sentinel-4/UVN mission on the MTG-S satellite are expected to become available in late 2024, and from the Copernicus Sentinel-5/UVNS mission on the Metop-SG B satellite in 2025.
The Q&A session is on www.slido.com, event code #NG-S4S5.
The agenda is available under this link: https://www.eumetsat.int/user-preparation-webinar-copernicus-sentinel-4-and-5-atmospheric-composition-missions