The risk of natural disasters can be reduced by understanding our environment and the fundamental forces that shape it.
ESA's Integrated and Telecommunications related Applications Department (IAP) launched an open competitive Invita
ESA's weather satellite MSG-3 has smoothly traveled 36 000 km above the Equator. The satellite is now nearly in its geostationary orbit, drifting slowly east toward its final orbit position.
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The German Space Agency (DLR) and the European Space Agency (ESA) are organizing the 32nd International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 2012) jointly with the Geoscience and Remote
The European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites – Eumetsat – formally became the newest member of the International Charter ‘Space and Major Disasters’ on 5 July.
Over a dozen radio signals that have hindered data collection on ESA’s SMOS water mission have been switched off.
With the initial satellites of the Galileo constellation working well in orbit, ESA decided to end the mission of its pioneering GIOVE-A navigation satellite.
ESAs’ Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity (SMOS) water mission has revealed the negative consequences of the deficit of precipitation that Western Europe is experiencing since February 2011, par
A two day conference held in Bucharest, Romania last week showed the immense benefits and economic potential of Europe's Global Monitoring for Environment and Security programme (GMES) for the reg
On 8 April the ESA satellite Envisat stopped sending signals just weeks after its tenth year in orbit was celebrated.
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