Copernicus Australasia Regional Data Hub

Copernicus Australasia Regional Data Hub (the Hub) replicates a subset of Europe's repository that meets the needs for reliable capture of, and access to, data from the Sentinel 1, Sentinel 2 and Sentinel 3 missions in our Region. The Hub is located and operated from the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI) in Canberra, Australia.

The Hub checks for new data every hour for products from the Sentinel 1, 2 and 3 missions and attempts to download these within one hour of them being available from the European hubs, ie European Space Agency (ESA) and the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT).

The Hub aims to make 90% of the data available within 24 hours of arriving from the European hubs. Successful data replication, completeness as well as consistency with the European hubs is checked routinely and cleaned monthly. Any issues with products downloaded from the Hub should be reported to: Problems due to access via SARA, THREDDS or VDI should be reported to:

The Copernicus Australasia Reporting Platform provides access to automated monthly reporting data for the Hub on: timeliness, downloads, completeness, user statistics and storage information.


Latency of data synchronisation between European hubs

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NCI Synchronisation

Information on how much data has been synchronised to the NCI for each month

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Completeness of data available from NCI compared to European Hubs

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User Statistics

Metrics on how much users download certain products and from which countries

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Storage used at NCI each month

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Full product definitions for the product code acronyms

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