Having completed its commissioning phase, Copernicus Sentinel-5P data is now available to all, free of charge. From policy makers and environmental agencies to scientists, users can access data that ultimately will help to better forecast and mitigate air quality problems.
Claus Zehner, ESA’s Sentinel-5P mission manager, affirmed, “We often hear about climate change and the depletion of the ozone layer when we consider why we need to monitor the atmosphere. But air quality is also a huge global problem. It affects the health of humans and affects agriculture and the economy in general.”
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