It’s been a long wait since NASA launched the ICESat-2 satellite in September 2018:
However some good news has arrived at long last! ICESat-2 level 4 monthly gridded Arctic sea ice thickness data is now available for download via the NSIDC:
Now for the bad news. Currently it’s only available from 1 November 2018 to 30 April 2020 . There also seems to be an absence of data in summer, just like CryoSat-2.
Here is my first visualisation of the most recent data, for April 2020:
Here is the equivalent from AWI’s CryoSat-2/SMOS gridded thickness product for comparison purposes: