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Sentinel-5P L1 Collection

The TROPOMI instrument is a space-borne, nadir-viewing, imaging spectrometer covering wavelength bands between the ultraviolet and the shortwave infrared. The instrument, the single payload of the Sentinel-5P spacecraft, uses passive remote sensing techniques to attain its objective by measuring, at the Top Of Atmosphere (TOA), the solar radiation reflected by and radiated from the earth. The instrument operates in a push-broom configuration (non-scanning), with a swath width of ~2600 km on the Earth's surface. The typical pixel size (near nadir) will be 7x3.5 km2 for all spectral bands, with the exception of the UV1 band (7x28 km2) and SWIR bands (7x7 km2).

What's characteristic for this data type:

-geo-located and radiometrically corrected top of the atmosphere Earth radiances in all spectral bands, as well as solar irradiances.

Technical Specifications:
Contributing Missions:
Product Type:

Applicable T&C
Contributing Missions Sentinel-5P
Data Browser (View)
File access path /eodata/Sentinel-5P/TROPOMI/L1/
Finder product search
INSPIRE Metadata search
ProcessingLevel 1
Revisiting time 1 day
S3 path s3://DIAS/Sentinel-5P/TROPOMI/L1
SPARQL client
SPARQL endpoint
Satellite Sentinel-5P
Spatial Coverage 180W, 180E, 90S, 90N
Spatial resolution 7x1.8 km,, 7x7 km,, 21x28 km
Temporal Coverage 13/10/2017 - now
Last Updated December 19, 2018, 10:52 (CET)
Created May 9, 2018, 14:27 (CEST)