Data and Services for the Atmosphere

The AERIS atmosphere Data and Services Centre federates national data management activities and atmospheric science expertise.

Whether data from long-term observation sites recording the causes and signs of climate change, the results of major field or aerial surveys to better understand the chemistry and physics of our atmosphere, measurements from satellites that constantly observe and probe Earth and its atmosphere, or the results of laboratory experiments, all atmospheric research data are intended to be stored, distributed and combined by AERIS. Learn more.

AERIS also provides support to scientists through a continuous open call for projects. If you would like to know more, go here.

GEOView3D: A 3D view of the Earth, everywhere, anytime, from the GEO constellation 



Cyclone Freddy seen by geostationary satellites

Cyclone Freddy, which formed at the beginning of February off the coast of Australia, is the longest cyclone ever recorded: after crossing the Indian Ocean from east to west over […]


C3S Data Rescue: restoring old satellite data to improve current and future climate modelling.

At the previous COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh, leaders recognised the need to “fill existing gaps in the climate observation system“. For example, the role of the Copernicus Climate Change Service […]



TAPAS is a free online service for the astronomical community, allowing the user to access simulated atmospheric transmission for specific observing conditions (description available in Bertaux et al., 2014). It […]

Upcoming events


ATMO-ACCESS General Assembly

ATMO-ACCESS will hold its annual General Assembly, on March 29th 2023, as part of a series of meetings between 29 and 31 March 2023, held physically in Valencia, Spain. We will discuss the […]


EGU 23

The General Assembly 2023 of the European Geosciences Union (EGU) is held at the Austria Center Vienna (ACV) in Vienna, Austria and online, from 23–28 April 2023. The assembly is open to the scientists […]


Workshop ACTRIS-FR

The next ACTRIS-FR workshop will take place from 9 to 12 May 2023 at the Centre Paul-Langevin (CAES of CNRS) in Aussois. More information will be available soon.

General Presentation of AERIS

AERIS is a component of the Data Terra Research Infrastructure.

The other centers of Data Terra