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ESA Education May 17
Students from the winning teams of the Climate Detectives School Award travelled to Milan, Italy, this week to attend for a full-day ESA's Living Planet Symposium (LPS), the largest Earth observation conference in Europe, to receive their prizes.
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ESA May 17
A new satellite data centre, called , which will help technology companies to retrieve and process remote sensing data from space faster, was inaugurated this week at the Presentation Center in Tallinn, Estonia. Read more:
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ESA May 17
🎥 The Symposium brought together world-class scientists, representatives from space agencies and international organisations to discuss the latest in Earth observation. Take a look at some of the highlights with ESA Web TV
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ESA May 17
Replying to @StarrFolk @esascience
Yes, find out more in the article linked from the tweet.
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Human Spaceflight May 17
How do you assess global warming when living in the coldest place on Earth? It's all in the ice loss. More on tracking in in the latest Concordia post
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ESA space history May 17
. asks you to share your memories of one of the seminal moments of the 20th century: 1969's Moonlanding (or tell your stories about how this historic event has inspired you)...
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ESA Operations May 17
Our Earth Observation missions gather enough data each minute to fill the pages of a 100m bookshelf Those who fly them keep spacecraft safe from & while flying in complex formations, ensuring science data reaches Earth ➡️ 🌍
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ESA May 17
This week's programme takes us over 's - and features a composite of images from the mission, captured between June 2018 and February 2019. 🎥 Watch here:
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ESA May 17
Final day of the Symposium in , Italy. Today is all about society and . 🌍➡️ Follow and for the latest updates 🌍➡️ More news via
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ESA EarthObservation May 16
By combining 25 years of satellite data, scientists from have discovered that warming ocean waters have caused the ice to thin so rapidly that 24% of the glacier ice in West is now affected. Read more:
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ESA May 16
With air pollution a global concern, satellites provide vital information about air quality to help understand how to keep our planet breathable. 🎥 Watch more:
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ESA May 16
The NASA/ESA Telescope observes creative destruction as galaxies collide. Read more:
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ESA May 16
Data from from August 2018 to February 2019 have been averaged to reveal nitrogen dioxide in the atmosphere. pollutes the air mainly as a result of traffic and the combustion of fossil fuel in industrial processes. Details:
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ESA May 16
A new exhibition ‘Fragility and Beauty – taking the pulse of our planet from space’ is now open at in Milan, Italy. It creates a link between science, technology and art, focusing on climate change and sustainable development. Read more:
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ESA Science May 16
New images from ! This detailed mosaic of Lowell crater was generated from data collected by Mars Express during seven different orbits 📷
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ESA EarthObservation May 15
Friday is the last day you can submit your abstracts for ’s ! Don’t miss the opportunity to join the debate this September and send us your most innovative ideas on how , and can revolutionize 👉
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ESA May 16
Day 4 at the Symposium in , Italy - where the focus is on and business applications of satellite data. 🌍➡️ Follow and for the latest updates 🌍➡️ More news via
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ESA May 15
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Hello, you can find it here: - we've added an extra option to buy your ESA merch.
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ESA EarthObservation May 15
Land subsidence is is a major threat in both urban and agricultural areas, where the continuous lowering over time can cause damage to buildings, sink houses, crack roads, and can cause severe impacts on the environment & economy.
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ESA May 15
ESA's minisatellite has been taking the pulse of our planet from space for six years now - here's its view of 's snow-capped Southern Alps in May last year Read more:
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