News & Events


WorldCover global land cover maps and annual composites available

Discover a series of global land cover products at 10 m resolution. The WorldCover global land cover maps and global mosaics are based on Sentinel-1 and Sentinel-2 satellite data, and are now available in the Terrascope viewer.

EOplaza releases new subscription packages

As of August 8, 2023 Terrascope's EOplaza will offer all available data and services via credits. Discover more about the basic set of credits available and new subscription packages to order more credits and scale up executions.  

New air quality data available

Terrascope releases two new air quality products, namely methane (CH4) and formaldehyde (HCHO). These Sentinel-5P products expand our offer of air quality products. Discover everything you need to know about the four available air quality products which we provide in collaboration with the Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-IASB) and the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI).

Release PROBA-V collection 2

Discover the improved PROBA-V data, namely Collection 2 (C2). These valuable datasets have been reprocessed to improve the data quality and use.

New data and services in 2023

Terrascope never stops evolving. Discover which new data and services are available or can be expected later this year.

New default Python interpreter

The Terrascope Virtual Machines and Jupyter Notebooks will switch from Python 3.5 to the new default Python interpreter 3.6.8. 

TerraCatalogue supports an experimental STAC API

Next to the OpenSearch service, the TerraCatalogue now also supports an experimental STAC API. Read more about this new STAC API.

New Chlorophyll-a products available in Terrascope

Access new and improved Chlorophyll-a products via Terrascope. Chlorophyll-a products of Belgium are always available via the Terrascope viewer, EO services and openEO platform. Other regions can be processed upon request.

Terrascope used in new ESERO Climate Detectives course

ESERO Belgium, the educational programme of the European Space Agency in Belgium, uses Terrascope in its brand new courses for secondary education. The goal is to learn secondary school students the added value of using EO data to improve climate change monitoring. The trainings include material to investigate a concrete climate-related problem – in this case flooding event in 2021 in the Yser Valley.

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