Is there an official list of all national mirrors of the collaborative ground segment members for data from the Copernicus Sentinel satellites?

So far I found the following:

I am trying to piece together a list of all national or partial mirrors but could not find any official list or document about the available national mirrors. Since each mirror requires a dedicated access to the central archive I was hoping that there is some kind of documentation about the existing or planned national mirrors.


I know the Swedish and Norwegian and British ones are operational or about to be operational.

I also found this resource which might be useful :


And there are large differences between Collaborative Ground Segments. Some deliver data all over the world (PEPS and probably Code-DE for instance), while others deliver them in their local area (which might be large, for instance central Europe for the Austrian CGS).


A few days after the question was asked ESA started populating a list of existing and planned Collaborative Ground Segments and National Mirrors:


It does not look to be complete (yet) but for now it seems to be the only official source.


In Slovenia we have based CollGS on Amazon Open data: http://sentinel-pds.s3-website.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/

Depending on what you are searching for, you might want to test Sentinel Hub: http://sentinel-hub.com/

  • Slovenia has a Collaborative Ground Segment based on AWS data? That is surprising - can you maybe link to that?
    – Kersten
    Jan 13 '17 at 11:43

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