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Copernicus seeks national relays

The European Commission has invited applications from organisations to promote Copernicus services locally across Europe.

Each country will have one or several so-called Copernicus Relays. These will provide information about the programme—which provides satellite data for environmental services such as land, marine and atmosphere monitoring—and act as a helpdesk for users.

The relays are expected to promote Copernicus as a source of “free, open and reliable” data for public services and commercial developments.

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