As one of the four major national ground stations for operational applications of marine satellites, the National Marine Satellite Ground Station (Hangzhou) is equipped with core competitiveness in the industry after nearly 30 years of construction since 1988. As the earliest ground station for marine remote sensing in China, it has the longest running time and receives the most diverse data from 28 satellites in total, including polar orbit satellite and geostationary satellites including HY-1B, HY-2ATERRA, AQUA, NOAA-15, NOAA-16, NOAA-18, NOAA-19, FY-2 and MTSAT. The station has been providing satellite datasets for national research projects including the 973 project, 863 project, the special R & D project for marine public welfare, NSFC funding projects etc. The datasets are open to the public, and the users can check and download the satellite datasets received by the station from http://www.soed.org.cn/index.php/scientific/data/1287, which will be updated every 15 days. The station successfully received the first along-track data from HY-2A on October 18, 2011, and added a relay satellite data system in 2012 to improve the receiving capacity of the ground station. In addition to maintaining the equipment and ensuring the daily operation of the receiving system, the staff at the station continue to explore new technologies in receiving and processing data for newly launched satellites.