EnMAP second anniversary - it is getting colourful!

published on April 02, 2024

On April 1st 2024, EnMAP has completed two years in orbit and has since successfully provided high-quality hyperspectral data to an increasing number of users worldwide.

During this operational phase the Ground Segment (GS) has improved service interfaces (planning tool) and enhanced data quality through various means including VNIR-SWIR co-registration, de-striping, calibration, and changing the SWIR bands. It also made adaptation to acquisition strategies (e.g. foreground mission) and planning to improve data access for more users and increase data acquisition over areas with high user demand. The number of registered users has been increasing continuously since the start of the routine phase. As of April 1, 2024, there were a total of 1794 registered EnMAP users representing over 85 countries worldwide. Since the launch in April 2022, a total of 486 science proposals have been approved and 9006 data takes have been performed resulting in 63008 archived EnMAP tiles of 30 x 30 km. Our goal in the upcoming years is to expand the accessibility of EnMAP's high-quality hyperspectral data to a greater number of users.

Images: EnMAP data ©DLR [2023/2024]
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