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Space-based lasers and supercomputer to aid the forecasting of extreme weathers

A visualization of Aeolus' mission. Image: European Space Agency

The European Space Agency is launching a new satellite that will help scientists better understand extreme weather patterns and also contribute to disaster

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Free on-line course on satellite remote sensing

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This is a new online course on satellite remote sensing made available by the European Space Agency. The course allows exploring our planet from space and learning how

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10/06/2015

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Sentinel-2: Europe's new Earth Observation satellite ready

Sentinel-2 (Image: ESA/S. Corvaja)

The lead spacecraft built within the Europe's new Earth observation (EO) programme is ready to go into orbit.

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Tue, 03/03/2015 - 12:38

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OGC: Best Practices Document for Earth Observation Product, Service and Sensor

An official OGC Best Practice document entitled, "OGC EO Product Collection, Service and Sensor Discovery using the CS-WebRIM Catalogue" was adopted by the Open Geospatial Consortium.
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ESA: New milestone for Sentinel-3 reached

A satellite platform, ESA's Sentinel-3, has been reached an important milestone. It has been delivered to Prime Contractor in France and will be installed and made up for a mission to monitor earth.

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4th Advanced Training Course in Land Remote Sensing

This is event is available for participation on an ongoing basis
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Land Remote Sensing

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Post graduate, PhD students, post-doctoral research scientists and users from European countries and Canada interested in land remote sensing and its applications

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Participation is limited to a maximum of 60 students and subject to selection of application.

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01/07/2013 to 05/07/2013

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Thu, 28/02/2013

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Athens

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Harokopio University, Athens

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European Space Agency

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4th EARSeL Workshop on Education and Training

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European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories

Remote sensing of the earth covers many topics that are significant for natural science disciplines in school and university curricula.

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04/06/2013

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Matera, Italy

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University of Basilicata, Matera, Italy

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European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories

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Galileo: First navigation signals transmitted by FM3

Europe’s third Galileo satellite has transmitted its first test navigation signals back to Earth. The two Galileo satellites launched last October have reached their final orbital position and are in the midst of testing.

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MSG-3 satellite ready to continue weather-monitoring service

International partners are looking ahead to the newest member in a series of weather satellites that deliver images to European forecasters: MSG-3 is set for launch this summer. The Meteosat Second Generation (MSG) satellites are designed to improve weather prediction. The first in the series, MSG-1 – also known as Meteosat-8 – was launched in 2002. MSG-2 followed three years later. Both have been successful in continuing the legacy of the operational meteorological satellites that started with Meteosat-1 in 1977.

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Galileo Will Be Used for Emergency Management

With the first two Galileo In-Orbit Verification (IOV) satellites already in orbit, the European Space Agency (ESA) is currently pondering whether or not the spacecraft could also be used to manage distress calls and other types of

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Thu, 08/03/2012 - 11:56
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