This is a simple piece of code to automatically download the products provided by the French Sentinel collaborative ground segment named PEPS : https://peps.cnes.fr. PEPS is mirroring all the Sentinel data provided by ESA, and is providing a simplified access.
This code was written thanks to the precious help of one my colleagues at CNES Jérôme Gasperi who developed the "rocket" interface which is used by Peps.
This code relies on python 2.7 and on the curl utility. Because of that, I guess it only works with linux.
The tool is available on my github repository : https://github.com/olivierhagolle/peps_download
This software is still quite basic, but if you have an account at PEPS, you may download products using command lines like
python ./peps_download.py -c S2 -l 'Toulouse' -a peps.txt -d 2015-11-01 -f 2015-12-01which downloads the Sentinel-2 products above Toulouse, acquired in November 2015.
python ./peps_download.py -c S2 --lon 1 --lat 43.5 -a peps.txt -d 2015-11-01 -f 2015-12-01which downloads the Sentinel-2 products above --lon 1 --lat 43.5 (~Toulouse), acquired in November 2015.
python ./peps_download.py -c S1 --lonmin 1 --lonmax 2 --latmin 43 --latmax 44 -a peps.txt -d 2015-11-01 -f 2015-12-01which downloads the Sentinel-1 products in latitude, longitude box around Toulouse, acquired in November 2015.
The file peps.txt must contain your email address and your password on the same line, such as follows :
To get an account : https://peps.cnes.fr/rocket/#/register