The Copernicus Sentinel-5 Precursor mission dedicated to monitoring our atmosphere, consists of one satellite carrying the TROPOspheric Monitoring Instrument (TROPOMI) instrument. Sentinel-5 Precursor mission aims to fill in global atmospheric data gap between the retired ENVISAT and AURA missions and the future Sentinel -5 mission.The main objective of TROPOMI is provide daily global observations of key atmospheric constituents related to air quality, ozone layer and climate change monitoring and forecasting. Level 2 data provide total columns of ozone, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, tropospheric columns of ozone, vertical profiles of ozone and cloud & aerosol information. Level 2 data are available since April 2018. These measurements are used for improving air quality forecasts as well as for monitoring the concentrations of atmospheric constituents.
Nitrogen Dioxide on EO Browser
5.5 km x 3.5 km since August 6th in 2019, 7.0 km x 3.5 km at beginning of mission more info
Ocean and Land (more info)
April 2018 - ongoing
New Sentinel data are added regularly, usually within few hours after they are available on Copernicus Hub.
Information about bands and data
See all datasets managed by Sentinel Hub.
sentinel-5p-l2 (previously S5PL2)