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SNAP 5.0 released

The SNAP development team is pleased to announce a new SNAP release.

The different installers for the supported platforms can be downloaded.
Beside bug fixes and improvements, several new features are waiting for you. For example


  • The SNAP development concentrated in this release on bug fixes and improvements.

Sentinel-1 Toolbox

  • Backgeocoding can handle multiple slave images
  • Kompsat-5 reader
  • StaMPS export
  • S1B orbit files handled
  • Fast individual downloads of orbit files from archive and QC website
  • Ship detection, windfields, oilspill detection export as shape vectors

Sentinel-2 Toolbox

  • Support for PSD 14 Test product
  • New RGB Profiles
  • Tile Index Band
  • Reflectance to Radiance Processor
  • Sentinel-2 Water Processor – MCI
  • Sen2Three processor integrated via the Standalone Tools Adapter

Sentinel-3 Toolbox

  • AATSR Regridding Tool
  • Rayleigh Correction Processor for OLCI and MERIS
  • OWT Processor
  • FUB Processor
  • IDEPIX extended for more sensors


  • Update DDDB to support schema version 7.3.0 formatted files

PROBA-V Toolbox

  • Introduced the PROBA-V Toolbox
  • Contains the PROBA-V reader for L2A and L3 synthesis

For more information about changes made for this release please have a look at the release notes of the different projects: SNAP, S1TBX, S2TBX, S3TBX, SMOS Box, PROBA-V Toolbox
Enjoy the new release
The SNAP Team

SNAP 5.0 released

Notable Replies

  1. Hello everybody,

    there is still a little error in the installers. The download is currently disabled. Please check back soon.

  2. Hi,

    Would you please to let us know when it will be ready to download,

    With my best wishes,


  3. Probably on Monday evening.

  4. Thank you so much, it is really strong job is done by ESA,

  5. Thanks. But sorry, I have to correct the date. Probably it will take till Tuesday.
    We go through some more testing to verify that the experience with SNAP is the best we can offer.
    It just turned out that there is really a fix to be done. So we can probably release on Tuesday.

Continue the discussion forum.step.esa.int

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