Posters

AS3.11

The Sentinel-5 Precursor mission, launched on Oct. 13 2017, is the first atmospheric Sentinel and will support Copernicus services in particular for atmospheric applications, including activities such as air quality, ozone and climate monitoring. The instrument TROPOMI (Tropospheric Monitoring Instrument) is the single payload of the Sentinel-5 Precursor satellite and was co-funded by ESA and The Netherlands. Sentinel-5 Precursor will ensure on the one hand continuity of atmospheric satellite data provision from the ESA ERS (GOME), ENVISAT (SCIAMACHY), and the USA EOS-AURA (OMI) missions in the various application and scientific domains and prepares on the other hand for the future atmospheric Sentinel-4 and Sentinel-5 instruments hosted on EUMETSAT platforms. Key features of the TROPOMI instrument are to have global coverage within one day and providing a spatial resolution of 7x3.5 km.
The Sentinel-5 Precursor mission has successfully finalised its Commissioning Phase on April 24 2018. During Commissioning Phase only pre-operational sample data products have been provided to selected Cal/Val experts. The staggered data release to the public has started on July 11 including Level 1B, Ozone, Nitrogen Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide and Cloud & Aerosol information. It is planned that during the ramp-up phase, which has a duration of 8 months all products will be provided to the public (by end Dec. 2018). All data will be provided to the public through the Copernicus Open Data Access Hub at https://scihub.copernicus.eu/. This session will include contributions about the Sentinel-5 Precursor mission status, calibration/validation results, and the demonstration of first applications using TROPOMI products.

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Convener: Claus Zehner | Co-conveners: Astrid Christina Koch, Ilse Aben, Diego Loyola, Pepijn Veefkind
Orals
| Mon, 08 Apr, 08:30–12:30
 
Room 0.60
Posters
| Attendance Mon, 08 Apr, 14:00–15:45
 
Hall X5

Attendance time: Monday, 8 April 2019, 14:00–15:45 | Hall X5

X5.259 |
EGU2019-4738
Haklim Choi, Kwang-Mog Lee, Ukkyo Jeong, Xiong Liu, Heesung Chong, Jhoon Kim, and Kelly Chance
Hall X5
X5.260 |
EGU2019-4739
Yu-Gyeong Jang, Haklim Choi, Kwang-Mog Lee, Ukkyo Jeong, and Xiong Liu
Hall X5
X5.261 |
EGU2019-9754
Darko Dubravica, Matthias Frey, Frank Hase, Thomas Blumenstock, and Johannes Orphal and the COCCON team
Hall X5
X5.262 |
EGU2019-12564
Deborah Stein Zweers, Pepijn Veefkind, Angelika Dehn, and Lidia Saavedra de Miguel
Hall X5
X5.263 |
EGU2019-13228
Angelika Dehn and Lidia Saavedra De Miguel
Hall X5
X5.264 |
EGU2019-10571
Henry Selkirk, Fei Liu, Can Li, Nicolas Theys, Diego Loyola, Pascal Hedelt, Gary Morris, Jorge Andrés Diaz, Nickolay Krotkov, Joanna Joiner, James Flynn, and Ernesto Corrales
Hall X5
X5.265 |
EGU2019-12528
Christian Borger, Steffen Beirle, Steffen Dörner, Holger Sihler, and Thomas Wagner
Hall X5
X5.266 |
EGU2019-16056
Hélène De Longueville, Ermioni Dimitropoulou, Gaia Pinardi, Francois Hendrick, Martina Friedrich, Christian Hermans, Caroline Fayt, and Michel Van Roozendael
Hall X5
X5.267 |
EGU2019-16884
Tomi Karppinen, Anu-Maija Sundström, Hannakaisa Lindqvist, Iolanda Ialongo, Rigel Kivi, Juha Hatakka, and Johanna Tamminen
Hall X5
X5.268 |
EGU2019-17334
Frederik Tack, Michel Van Roozendael, Alexis Merlaud, Frank Hase, Andreas Richter, Andreas Meier, Mahesh Kumar Sha, Martine De Mazière, Arnoud Apituley, Doina Nicolae, Calcan Andreea, Thomas Ruhtz, Heinrich Bovensmann, Huilin Chen, Cyril Crevoisier, Anke Roiger, Angelika Dehn, and Thorsten Fehr
Hall X5
X5.269 |
EGU2019-17701
Stefano Natali, Clemens Rendl, Gerhard Triebnig, Daniel Santillan, Marcus Hirtl, and Barbara Scherllin-Pirscher
Hall X5
X5.270 |
EGU2019-14544
New sulfur dioxide UV absorption cross section database
(withdrawn)
Georg Wagner, Manfred Birk, Pascal Hedelt, Maude Rotger, Ludovic Daumont, and Claus Zehner
Hall X5
X5.271 |
EGU2019-8568
Pascal Hedelt, Dmitry Efremenko, Diego Loyola, Rob Spurr, and Lieven Clarisse
Hall X5
X5.272 |
EGU2019-14815
Michel Van Roozendael, Nicolas Theys, Christophe Lerot, Jeroen van Gent, Hugues Brenot, and Lieven Clarisse
Hall X5
X5.273 |
EGU2019-15701
Quintus Kleipool, Antje Ludewig, Rolf Bartstra, Robin Landzaat, Erwin Loots, Emiel van der Plas, Nico Rozemeijer, Frank Vonk, and Pepijn Veefkind
Hall X5
X5.274 |
EGU2019-16024
Mahesh Kumar Sha, Bavo Langerock, Martine De Mazière, Christian Hermans, Nicolas Kumps, Dietrich Feist, Ralf Sussmann, Coleen Roehl, Matthäus Kiel, Justus Notholt, Paul Wennberg, Debra Wunch, Voltaire Velazco, Nicholas Deutscher, Jochen Landgraf, Tobias Borsdorff, Haili Hu, Alba Lorente, and Otto Hasekamp and the TCCON team and NDACC-IRWG team
Hall X5
X5.275 |
EGU2019-9349
Daan Hubert, Arno Keppens, Tijl Verhoelst, Steven Compernolle, Jean-Christopher Lambert, Klaus-Peter Heue, Diego Loyola, Kai-Uwe Eichmann, Pepijn Veefkind, Angelika Dehn, Anne M. Thompson, Bryan J. Johnson, Ankie Piters, Gérard Ancellet, Andy Delcloo, Valentin Duflot, Sophie Godin-Beekmann, Thierry Leblanc, Wolfgang Steinbrecht, and René Stübi and the S5p MPC & CHEOPS-5p teams and SHADOZ ozonesonde & NDACC lidar PIs
Hall X5
X5.276 |
EGU2019-17843
SENTINEL-5 PRECURSOR MISSION: First Year Results of MPC Operational Validation System
(withdrawn)
Jean-Christopher Lambert, Steven Compernolle, Arno Keppens, Bavo Langerock, Kai-Uwe Eichmann, Daan Hubert, Quintus Kleipool, Sander Niemeijer, Maarten Sneep, Tijl Verhoelst, Thomas Wagner, Ann Mari Fjaeraa, Yves Geunes, José Granville, Diego Loyola, Deborah Stein-Sweers, Pepijn Veefkind, Lidia Saavedra De Miguel, and Angelika Dehn and the S5P Mission Performance Centre (MPC) / Validation Data Analysis Team
Hall X5
X5.277 |
EGU2019-15018
Corinne Vigouroux, Gaia Pinardi, Bavo Langerock, and Isabelle De Smedt and the FTIR and UV-Vis DOAS Team
Hall X5
X5.278 |
EGU2019-7222
Oliver Schneising, Michael Buchwitz, Maximilian Reuter, Heinrich Bovensmann, and John P. Burrows
Hall X5
X5.279 |
EGU2019-10665
Thomas Wagner, Christian Borger, Holger Sihler, and Steffen Beirle
Hall X5
X5.280 |
EGU2019-14008
New ozone UV absorption cross section database
(withdrawn)
Manfred Birk, Georg Wagner, Agnes Perrin, Juan Cuesta, and Claus Zehner