Update #1: NSOF continues to experience MetOp-A/B data latency issues. Data latency is currently up to ~11 hours. A faulty circuit is believed to be the root cause. ESPC continues to investigate the circuit and work on an alternative path to reroute the MetOp-A/B data.

"Date/Time of Initial Impact" field changed. 0000 UTC changed to 0000Z.

: MetOp-A/B Data Ingest Latency Issues

Date/Time Issued: April 20, 2018 1427Z

Product(s) or Data Impacted: GOME, IASI, ASCAT, GRAS

Date/Time of Initial Impact: April 17, 2018 0000Z

Date/Time of Expected End: TBD

Length of Event: TBD

Details/Specifics of Change:
MetOp-A/B data is experiencing latency issues (currently at ~8 hours) within NSOF processing. The cause of this problem is believed to be an issue with a EUMETSAT router located in Darmstadt, Germany. ESPC is coordinating with EUMETSAT to investigate and correct the issue.

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