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CIMR (Sentinel 11)

CIMR (Copernicus Imaging Microwave Radiometer) or Sentinel 11 is an earth observation mission in the framework of ESA's Copernicus program.

The CIMR mission will carry a wide-swath conically-scanning multi-frequency microwave radiometer to provide observations of sea-surface temperature, sea-ice concentration and sea-surface salinity. Uniquely, it would also observe a wide range of other sea-ice parameters. CIMR responds to high-priority requirements from key Arctic user communities.

In July 2020, ESA signed a contract with Thales Alenia Space as a prime contractor to build the satellite. OHB Space Systems will provide instruments.

Nation: Europe
Type / Application: Earth observation
Operator: ESA
Contractors: Thales Alenia Space (prime), OHB Space Systems (instruments)
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Power: Deployable solar arrays, batteries
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Satellite COSPAR Date LS Launch Vehicle Remarks
CIMR (Sentinel 11) - 202x