Cuba from space (Image: NASA)

At the Cuban Convention on Earth Sciences, the country presented “A Look to the Outer Space” which promotes the use of satellite remote scanning and detecting to be used for the country”s economy.

Dr. Manuel Iturralde, president of the Cuban Society of Geology, said that satellite technology has many applications in everyday life and social practice of Cuba. He continued that there are many groups working on issues involving the use of satellite pictures in their research and everyday practice in Cuba, and that is working on the creation of a national remote sensing center, which favors the work between those who work related to this specialty in the country.

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Publishing Date: 11/05/2015
TRMM image of storm Andrea

The first storm of the Atlantic hurricane season, Tropical Storm Andrea started on the late afternoon of June 5th, 2013 with a low pressure and continued throughout the whole week over the southeast of Gulf of Mexico. The storm had weakened considerably but it is still packed enough to effect Florida's Gulf coast and still carries very heavy rains causing flooding.

The Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRMM) satellite calculated the TMPA (near-real time Multi-Satellite Precipitation Analysis) rainfalls for the eastern Gulf and the surrounding region for the period 1-7 June 2013. The calculations were... read more

Publishing Date: 13/06/2013
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