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ESA 16 May 19
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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PROBA-V 15 May 19
This week we're at supporting the team with the release of the new global land cover layers which are primarily based on fused 100 m and 300 m data. Here's a part of Belgium with the classification.
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ESA EarthObservation 21 May 19
Were you at last week? Over 4,000 experts and enthusiasts joined us at for a week full of intriguing scientific presentations, thought-provoking debates and exciting announcements. Here are our highlights:
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Gilberto Camara 17 May 19
and the team led by deserve the highest praise from all of us at the community for organizing . Bravo!
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ESA Climate Office 18 May 19
If you didnt get to chat with the artist at chexk oir his interview by tv 🎥🎥🛰🛰🌍▶️
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ESA EarthObservation 22 May 19
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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ESA Operations 17 May 19
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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Copernicus EU 24 May 19
Copernicus was definitely among the stars of the 2019 Living Planet Symposium ⭐️Learn about our adventures there in our latest edition of :
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ESA 17 May 19
🎥 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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VITO Remote Sensing 17 May 19
What an amazing week. We enjoyed all presentations & demos on how to enable the uptake of massive amounts of to build a more sustainable environment for many generations still to come. Thanks !
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Nathalie Pettorelli 16 May 19
My new book (Satellite Remote Sensing & the Management of Natural Resources) is coming out on Monday! After years putting it together, I'm really excited to see it published on time (more or less) for
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Jonathan Amos 13 May 19
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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Prof. Jason Box 13 May 19
measuring ocean/lake color, vegetation and snow reflectance, cloud amounts with and and height changes of the oceans and thickness changes of land and sea ice with and , deserves to be nicknamed:
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Copernicus EU 28 May 19
Learn about societal, environmental, economic benefits & strategic impact of Copernicus Services 🔹Atmosphere Monitoring 🔹Marine Environment Monitoring 🔹Land Monitoring 🔹Climate Change 🔹Emergency Management 🔹Security in this video launched at 📽️
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Jonathan Amos 16 May 19
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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ESA 16 May 19
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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Jonathan Amos 14 May 19
Jakobshavn Isbrae is keeping the scientists on their toes.
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ESA Operations 16 May 19
How many people does it take to get a spacecraft out of harms way? 🛰️🗑️ At the world's largest conference about Earth Observation, the Symposium, they are now discussing how operators on the ground are working to keep satellites safe from
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ESA EarthObservation 17 Jun 19
Today, our director joined VP & Head of & for a World Space Alliance meeting taking place at in Paris. The agreement that kicked-off the alliance was signed one month ago at 📖👉
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EUMETSAT 14 May 19
Jörg Schulz (Climate Service & Product Manager ) is discussing the use of our current/future meteorological satellite data in measuring climate from space, plus space agency contributions in support of the Paris Agreement on a panel debate right now.
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