Copernicus is the European flagship programme for monitoring the Earth, using a combination of satellite and ground (in-situ) sensors. Next to the Space segment, encompassing the fleet of Sentinel satellites and a number of contributing missions, the programme includes six operational core services, managed by the European Commission's Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (DG GROW).
The Land Monitoring Core Service (LMCS) processes Earth Observation data in order to provide qualified added-value products and information about the land surface while ensuring continuity and timely delivery to a broad range of users.
Data exploited by the Global Land Service (e.g. from Sentinels) are provided through dedicated contracts between ESA and the European Commission. Access to these data is not ensured via this portal.
If you are interested in accessing those data, please check the following
- Access conditions for data provided by ESA
- Access conditions for data provided by EUMETSAT