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The goal of this annual report is to provide a review on the key activities and results of the GHRSST community
in 2021. In 2021, the provision of high quality Sea‐Surface Temperature (SST) data from a broad satellite constellation
has continued, with particular advances towards the continuity of microwave SST with AMSR‐3 planned for
launch by JAXA in 2023/2024 on the Global Observation Satellite for Greenhouse gases and water cycle. There
are exciting times ahead with further launches of several Sea Surface Temperature capable and specific
missions coming up in the next few years, all adding valuable observations to the constellation. These include
GOES‐T, JPSS‐2, MTG I1, Metop‐SG A1, Sentinel‐3C/D, FY‐3E, FY‐4B, plus others.
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Cite as: GHRSST Annual Report 2021, DOI: https://zenodo.org/record/5824540