Next April Sentinel 3 B will be launched form the cosmodrome of Plesetsk , in northern Russia.
It will join on orbit its twin brother Sentinel 3 A and be part of Copernicus the European system monitoring our planet.
Sentinel 3 B will improve our understanding of Earth and in particular oceans and land coverage, providing operational services to many users on the ground.
This A & B roll shows Sentinel 3 B in preparation before being sent to Russia. It includes interviews with Bruno Berruti (Sentinel 3 Project Manager, ESA) in English and Italian, Susanne Mecklenburg (Sentinel 3 Mission Manager, ESA ) in English and German, Craig Donlon (Sentinel 3 Mission Scientist, ESA) in English, Kristof Gantois (Sentinel 3 Engineering and AIV Manager, ESA) in Dutch and Jean-Francois Flamand (Sentinel 3 Product Assurance and Safety Manager, ESA) in French .
More information at: http://www.esa.int/Our_Activities/Observing_the_Earth/Copernicus/Sentinel-3