OSI SAF | Observing oceans from space
Updated @ 2021-08-04 01:56 utc
OSI SAF multi-platform product viewer
Background information
OSI SAF near real time Wind Products
OSI SAF Wind Climate Data Records
Discontinued Wind Products
Other Wind Services at KNMI
Related links
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This viewer combines scatterometer wind data from ASCAT on Metop-A, Metop-B, Metop-C (12.5 km coastal wind products thinned to 25 km), OSCAT on ScatSat-1 (25 km wind product), HSCAT on HY-2B and HY-2C (25 km wind products), and SCAT on CFOSAT (25 km wind product). The last 22 hours of data is shown in the plot. The overview plot shows color coded wind speed measurements. If you click somewhere in the plot, a picture appears showing the most recent scatterometer winds in more detail. Older data can be displayed as well when available. For more information on the individual products please follow the links in the menu on the right hand side.

Note: This web site is not supported on a 24x7 basis and it should not be considered operational.

Note: All intellectual property rights of the OSI SAF and EARS products belong to EUMETSAT. The use of these products is granted to every interested user, free of charge. If you wish to use these products, EUMETSAT's copyright credit must be shown by displaying the words "copyright (year) EUMETSAT" on each of the products used.
KNMI hosts the operational deployment of this scatterometer wind product as part of the EUMETSAT Ocean and Sea Ice Satellite Application Facility (OSI SAF), see related link or click on the OSI SAF logo above for more information.

The processing software for the wind products is developed in the EUMETSAT Numerical Weather Prediction Satellite Application Facility (NWP SAF) and OSI SAF.

The ScatSat-1 input products are made available by the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO). The HY-2B/HY-2C input products are made available by the Chinese National Satellite Ocean Application Service (NSOAS). The CFOSAT input products are made available by the China National Space Administration (CNSA) and the Centre national d'études spatiales (CNES).