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The Ice Age May 6
Nature's emergency: Where we are in five graphics
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Marco Peters May 14
If you are at . Make sure to stop by at the Caleidoskop Earth Booth. It is visually stunning.
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Mustafa Ustuner May 12
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Richard Walsh Jun 21
Lake Erie is under threat. Runoff pollution from urban & agricultural lands is impacting the health of the lake & turning its waters a nasty shade of green. Sign the petition to tell our governments to
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shane sutton May 15
Enjoying painting here at . Last bits few little bits to do tomorrow
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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 Science May 13
: From one to another: offers a natural laboratory to study the outcome of a runaway greenhouse effect: 📷 by Venus Express 🛰
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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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shane sutton May 14
Added a little more detail. Spacer - loves me, loves me not. , more tomorrow :)
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ESA Science May 14
What can and teach us about atmosphere and ? Studying these natural laboratories 'next door' with our missions offer glimpses at past and future scenarios for our own   🌋🌍❄️ 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 Science May 15
and are captured in this image with ’s rising over our planet’s horizon. Our two neighbour worlds can teach us a lot about planet .  🌍 Find out how:   📷
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ESA EarthObservation May 15
New results presented at reveal how scientists are using a range of different measurements including and satellite data along with seismological models to start producing a global 3D Earth reference model. Read more:
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ESA May 12
The Symposium gets underway in , Italy, this morning. Over 4000 participants are gathering for the world's biggest Earth observation conference to date. Follow  for details & keep up to date with the latest news via:
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ESA Feb 4
Thousands of Earth observation and remote sensing experts, a week full of events and presentations, the latest   research. Join the next ESA Symposium, taking place in Milan, Italy, this May. Register here:
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ESA Climate Office May 15
Check out the art on the Balcony (ground floor) at the
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Ali Prior May 12
The problem with the symposium is that ALL of the sessions look amazing and I can’t be in four rooms at the same time 😩 🛰🌍🤓
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Human Spaceflight May 17
This atoll in Polynesia photographed by from may disappear in the next decades. Coral islands are not the only ones facing problems with rising water and severe weather. Flooding is a risk for millions of people in low-lying regions around the 🌏
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Gregoire Dubois May 13
If you are attending the symposium in Milan ( ) this Tuesday 14 May, you are welcome to join our session (4-5 PM) in the Agora Forum on " for Making - Bridging the gap" Speakers & moderators are given in the next tweet
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Sarah Hiles (⧖) Jun 21
Protecting our and is not a crime. Actual bodily harm is. Tory minister suspended for grabbing female protester by the neck and pinning her against pillar
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