Status of satellites and our data
Status of our geostationary and polar satellites and the data
Information on the status of our satellite instruments and data, including maintenance, enhancements and service outages.
31 January 2023
12 May 2020
Consult our Operational Service Status indicator for a near real-time view of the status of the operational services provided on EUMETCast.
Go to our User Notification Service (UNS) for information on service alerts, scheduled maintenance and service enhancements. You can subscribe to UNS email notifications via the Earth Observation Portal. In addition, users can receive regular updates on scheduled maintenance and service enhancements through our EUMETSAT Users Twitter feed.
We provide a range of operational reports which provide information on the status and quality of our satellites, instruments and data. The Central Operations Reports provide summary performance information on our operational services based upon our Operational Services Specification.
EUMETCast Satellite Operational Service Status Indicator (OSSI)
Meteosat Second Generation services updates
Metop services and product quality monitoring
Metop Global Data Service TLEs
The Two Line Elements (TLEs) vectors are generated by EUMETSAT once a day in the morning (reference time between around 6:00 UTC and 7:00 UTC on the generation day).
IASI Level 2 geophysical products monitoring reports
Monthly statistics from the routine monitoring of the Metop IASI Level 2 geophysical products, with in situ, ground- and satellite-based measurements.
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