EUMETSAT Data Store
Users should note that during its pilot phase, the EUMETSAT Data Store service is provided on a best efforts basis, intended for evaluation purposes only. As such, it should not be relied upon for operational data delivery. We welcome receiving your feedback via our User Service Helpdesk.
Here you will find information on what the EUMETSAT Data Store is and what capabilities it offers. You will also find instructions on how to access the service, and how best to use it. Troubleshooting and “how to” articles will help you to deal with common problems, along with suggestions on where to go for further help, should you need it.
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What is the EUMETSAT Data Store?
The EUMETSAT Data Store provides users with a single point of access to a growing catalogue of EUMETSATs meteorological, climate and ocean data. The initial pilot service offers a subset of EUMETSAT data from the Meteosat First and Second Generation, Metop satellite missions. More products from these missions, as well as Copernicus missions will be added incrementally. Eventually, it will offer the full data catalogue, including near-real time and historic data and climate data records.
Access to the store is possible through a web user interface (WebUI), and through a series of application programming interfaces (APIs). The APIs support browsing and searching the data catalogue, downloading products and signing up for subscription services that notify users when new products are available. Browsing, searching and downloading is also possible through the WebUI.
The data store can be used in tandem with the EUMETSAT Data Tailor to customise products prior to download. It also provides links to the EUMETView service, enabling products of interest to be visualised.
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