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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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Belle May 14
“I’m sorry, I could only find Women for this panel”
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Jonathan Amos May 16
25yrs of European satellite data: "Using this unique dataset, we've been able to identify the parts of Antarctica that are undergoing rapid, sustained thinning - regions that are changing faster than we would expect due to normal weather patterns"
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Stefan Simis May 17
The poster is up at P227 at , see you there!
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Geoff Smith May 17
A great overview of the EAGLE data model from Stephan Arnold. Land monitoring must move away from classification to characterisation of surface features to allow multiple use and comparison over space and time. EAGLE will be at the core of future European land monitoring.
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Jonathan Amos May 13
First, the good news: the wind-mapping mission is delivering on its promise to deliver an unprecedented global view of movement in the atmosphere. And the bad news? Its laser is losing power. A switch to the back-up is imminent.
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Isabelle Taylor May 15
For the past few weeks I've been really nervous about my presentation and poster at . But it was so great to get positive feedback. Here's one of the animations from my talk showing SO2 plumes seen with IASI May-July 2011.
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Eero Rinne May 16
Andy Shepherd showing recent Cryosat-2 highlights, but fading out all work by male researchers as a protest against all of the at . Well done Andy!
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MK May 16
Land Cover Map of Europe with 10 m resolution, generated automatically with -2 images will be presented on Friday afternoon during If you are in Milan: Session A3.09 Area A Board 23. If you are not in Milan, you may visit the
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ESA EarthObservation May 22
Scientists weren't the only ones enjoying last week! Elementary and middle school children from across joined fun hands-on workshops to learn about ! We can already spot a few future scientists among them 😉
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antonio vecoli May 17
Going back to home after collecting new ideas, meeting old & new friends.Great Images and science at the highest level during this See you all again soon( A+B LST over Europe in this set of images)
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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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Sentinel Hub May 15
For people at , make sure you come around Agora Metallica at 18:00 to check the winners of the .
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Karen Anderson May 17
What better gift to bring back from Milan for my daughter than this... Behold! the NDVI chocolate bar. I only just noticed this, btw. But very pleased with it, nonetheless.
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Cornelius Senf May 14
Want to know how we map Europe‘s forest disturbance regimes from ? Come to Poster A44 between 5 and 7 pm.
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Andrew Tyler May 16
⁩ introducing the ⁦⁩ at ESA highlight exciting preliminary core & high level products including Primary Productivity & Phytoplankton Size Class in response to business partner needs. ⁦⁩ & ⁦
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EO4GEO May 17
Marc Olijslagers (KU Leuven) and Martyna Stelmaszczuk-Górska (University of Jena) introduce the Body of Knowledge, one of the outputs of the EO4GEO project. The BoK will describe the /GI domain collecting a combination of knowledge and skills in the EO/GI field.
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CPOM News May 16
⁩ protesting at being on ANOTHER all male panel at ⁦ by fading out all slides with science results from male scientists. Thank you andy for supporting diversity in science. This stuff matters.
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Katja Kowalski May 16
Very excited to present the results of my master thesis today at ! Check out how we used integrated and time series to estimate spring phenology across Germany in the land surface phenology session (10.40am)
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Keiko May 16
Do you want to see how I classified a complex using google , , in a matter of a few mins? Come see me tomorrow at
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