Update #3: ESPC received additional
information from EUMETSAT stating: Investigation
is ongoing.[Rev. 2]: Meteosat-8 Image Quality after the 2018-09-22
satellite anomaly are back in specification as of 2018-09-24
11:00 UTC. Images that were disseminated from 2018-09-23
15:30 UTC until 2018-09-24 11:00 UTC (while flagged as non-nominal
quality) were unintentionally disseminated, and not normally
disseminated in such an anomaly case. It is expected that all MPEF
products will be fully available by 2018-09-24 17:00 UTC.
Update #2 (Final Update): ESPC is now
receiving Met-8 data. Some images may be of a degraded quality.
Update #1: Due to a spacecraft anomaly, Met-8
data is currently unavailable as of 1300Z.
Topic: Meteosat-8 Data Outage
Date/Time Issued: September
24, 2018 1201Z
Product(s) or Data Impacted:
Date/Time of Initial Impact: September 22, 2018 1737Z
Date/Time of Expected End: September 23, 2018 1600Z
Length of Outage: 22 hours, 23 minutes
Details/Specifics of Change: ESPC is not receiving Met-8 data. Problem is being
Contact Information for Further
Information: ESPC Operations at ESPCOperations@noaa.gov
Web Site(s) for applicable information: N/A
This message was sent by ESPC.Notification@noaa.gov.
You have been sent this and other notifications because you have
opted in to receive it. If for any reason, you wish to
unsubscribe, please contact ESPC Help Desk at ESPCOperations@noaa.gov
or (301) 817-3880. Please note: it may take up to two business
days to process your unsubscribe request.