Copernicus A Spot



Copernicus is a European system for monitoring the Earth using satellites and in situ sensors.

Copernicus A Spot
Copernicus A Spot

The Earth observation satellites contributing data to Copernicus are split into two groups of missions: the Copernicus Sentinels and the contributing missions.

Last Updated

16 February 2023

Published on

26 March 2020

Data from these sources are then processed and provided to users through a set of six Copernicus services: land, marine, atmosphere, climate change, emergency management and security. The Copernicus programme provides users with free, full and open access to environmental data.


Copernicus Data User Uptake


Copernicus data user uptake report 2021


The 2021 report tracks the growing numbers of users and download volumes, in part a result of newly-available products from Sentinel-6 and the atmospheric composition data streams of Sentinel-3.

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Copernicus Data User Uptake 2020 Report

Copernicus user statistics of 2020

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Copernicus Data User Uptake 2019 Report

Copernicus user statistics of 2019

Copernicus Technical Operating Agreements

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Copernicus Space Component

28 January 2021

Technical Operating Arrangement between EUMETSAT & The University of Chile