On 23 October, the Copernicus Masters was awarded to the first satellite-based service for extensive and uninterrupted monitoring and mapping of land stability.
The European radar satellite Sentinel-1A has captured the rupture of the recent major earthquake in Napa Valley, California, USA. The quake on 24 August 2014 was the biggest one in 25 years.
The European Space Agency (ESA) and Greece signed an arrangement that establishes access to Sentinel data.
The European Earth observation programme Copernicus has launched the Copernicus Masters competition.
The Sentinel-1 satellite of the European Space Agency delivered its first images.
ESA has successfully launched the first satellite for the Copernicus program – Sentinel 1.
BBC reported last week that the launch of the multibillion Euro satellites programme Sentinel is set to launch in the beginning of April.
With the entering into force of the European Delegated Act on Copernicus data and information policy in the coming days, users will be provided free, full and open access of environmental data from
ESA and NASA have joined forces to ensure that Sentinel-2 and the newly launched Landsat Data Continuity Mission offer compatible data products, thereby bringing greater benefits to users of images
The potential of GMES for crisis management and environmental monitoring is highlighted in a new publication with users demonstrating the importance of Earth observation data to European regions.
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