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CryoSat conquers ice on Arctic lakes

5.8.2019 11:40  

The rapidly changing climate in the Arctic is not only linked to melting glaciers and declining sea ice, but also to thinning ice on lakes. The presence of lake ice can be easily monitored by imaging sensors and standard satellite observations, but now adding to its list of achievements, CryoSat can be used to measure the thickness of lake ice – another indicator of climate change.

Washed up: Sargassum blankets beaches

30.7.2019 17:30  

Over the last month, massive quantities of the Sargassum seaweed have been washing up on the shores of Mexico, Florida in the US and some Caribbean islands, creating a serious environmental problem and causing havoc for the tourist industry. ESA has been tracking this slimy infestation.

Washed up: Sargassum blankets beaches

30.7.2019 17:30  

Over the last month, massive quantities of the Sargassum seaweed have been washing up on the shores of Mexico, Florida in the US and some Caribbean islands, creating a serious environmental problem and causing havoc for the tourist industry. ESA has been tracking this slimy infestation from space.

Siberian wildfires

30.7.2019 16:25  
Copernicus Sentinel-3 captures multiple blazes surrounding Yakutsk, capital of the Sakha Republic, Russia

Lake Balaton

26.7.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over Lake Balaton in western Hungary

Earth from Space

26.7.2019 10:05  
This week's edition features a Copernicus Sentinel-2 image over Lake Balaton in Hungary

Too hot to handle

25.7.2019 16:06  
Europe is facing another extreme heatwave, with many countries reaching record-breaking temperatures

Expanding our knowledge of Arctic Ocean bathymetry

24.7.2019 12:08  

Our knowledge of the depth and shape of the Arctic Ocean floor – its bathymetry – is insufficient. Owing to year-round sea-ice coverage and the cost of research in this remote region, much of the Arctic Ocean’s bathymetry has remained a mystery, until now.

Second laser boosts Aeolus power

23.7.2019 14:40  

ESA’s Aeolus satellite, which carries the world’s first space Doppler wind lidar, has been delivering high-quality global measurements of Earth’s wind since it was launched almost a year ago. However, part of the instrument, the laser transmitter, has been slowly losing energy. As a result, ESA decided to switch over to the instrument’s second laser – and the mission is now back on top form.

Monitoring Earth’s skin heat for crops and climate

22.7.2019 10:15  

A bright red twin-engined aircraft, equipped with ultra-high-resolution thermal imaging technology has been scouring the agricultural heartlands of Europe this summer. It was no search and rescue exercise, but an initial step towards building a proposed new satellite system capable of recording the temperature of Earth’s skin in intricate detail.

Palm oil plantations

19.7.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 captures palm oil plantations in East Kalimantan - the Indonesian part of the island Borneo

Earth from Space

19.7.2019 10:05  
In this edition, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over palm oil plantations on the island of Borneo

Replay: Earth Explorer 9

18.7.2019 10:15  
Relive the User Consultation Meeting, which forms a critical part of the decision-making process as to whether FORUM or SKIM will be ESA’s next Earth Explorer

Apollo 11 launch pad

16.7.2019 13:07  
Celebrating 50 years since Apollo 11 blasted off carrying the first humans that would walk on the Moon, Copernicus Sentinel-2 captures this historic launch site

Earth Explorer 9

15.7.2019 9:05  
Will FORUM or SKIM be ESA’s next Earth Explorer mission? Follow the discussions live from the User Consultation Meeting on 16–17 July

Earth Explorer 9

15.7.2019 9:05  
Will FORUM or SKIM be ESA’s next Earth Explorer mission? Follow the discussions live from the User Consultation Meeting on 16–17 July

Mount Fuji

12.7.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over the snow-capped Mount Fuji in Japan

Earth from Space

12.7.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, explore Mount Fuji, Japan's highest mountain, with Copernicus Sentinel-2

Using satellite information to help rebuild after a disaster

12.7.2019 9:10  

ESA and the Asian Development Bank have joined forces to help the Indonesian government use satellite information to guide the redevelopment following the earthquake and tsunami that devastated the provincial capital of Palu and surroundings last year.

Modelling tides in the Arctic Ocean

11.7.2019 11:46  

We are all aware of the ebb and flow of the tide every day, but understanding tidal flow is important for a range of maritime activities and environmental monitoring, such as search and rescue operations, shipping routes and coastal erosion. The Arctic Ocean tides are particularly difficult to understand, but a new tidal model produced using ESA satellite data may shed some light on what is happening in this remote area.

What’s happening to Greenland’s ice?

5.7.2019 17:30  

Heatwave conditions catapulted Greenland into an early Arctic summer in June, prompting widespread melting across its icesheet surface, according to researchers at the Danish Meteorological Institute.

Irminger Sea ice swirl

5.7.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over fragments of swirling sea ice off the coast of Greenland

Earth from Space

5.7.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, explore a swirl of sea ice off the east coast of Greenland with Copernicus Sentinel-2

Rare lava lake

4.7.2019 10:21  
The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission captures a persistent lava lake on the remote Mount Michael volcano

Join ɸ-week

3.7.2019 16:09  
Join ESA’s ɸ-week on 9–13 September to hear all about the latest trends in Earth observation and to explore the space business of tomorrow. Registration closes 25 July

German wildfire

2.7.2019 15:59  
The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission captures the blaze from a military training site in northern Germany

Surviving the shaker brings better weather forecasting a step closer

2.7.2019 8:15  

With the first in the next generation of Meteosat satellites due to be launched in a couple of years, an important milestone has been passed, further paving the way for better weather forecasts – something on which we all rely.

Gulf of Taranto

28.6.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over the Gulf of Taranto in Italy

Earth from Space

28.6.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, we take a look at the Gulf of Taranto, located in the inner heel of southern Italy

The heat is on

27.6.2019 17:10  
Europe is in the grip of a heatwave. While weather forecasts provide the temperature of the air, Copernicus Sentinel-3 shows how hot the land surface is

The heat is on

27.6.2019 17:10  
Europe is in the grip of a heatwave. While weather forecasts provide the temperature of the air, Copernicus Sentinel-3 shows how hot the land surface is

Fire red lines

27.6.2019 14:45  
This Copernicus Sentinel-2 image not only features the Woodbury fire and burn scars in Arizona, but also the red lines that act as a fire retardant

Brunt on the brink

25.6.2019 14:00  
The Brunt ice shelf in Antarctica is on the brink of spawning a huge iceberg. Scientists are using Earth observation satellites to keep a close eye on the cracks in the ice that will cause Brunt to break

Raikoke spits ash

24.6.2019 16:41  
The Copernicus Sentinel-3 mission captured the unexpected ash plumes of the Raikoke volcano erupting

Lena River Delta

21.6.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-1 captures the largest delta in the Arctic

Earth from Space

21.6.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, Copernicus Sentinel-1 takes us over the Lena River Delta in Russia

Connecting the dots: nitrogen dioxide over Siberian pipelines

20.6.2019 11:10  

New maps that use information from the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite reveal emissions of nitrogen dioxide along a Siberian natural gas pipeline that connects the Urengoy gas field – the second-largest gas field in the world – with Europe.

Desert greenery

17.6.2019 16:41  
Marking World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over west Africa

East Bali

14.6.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over east Bali in Indonesia

Earth from Space

14.6.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, we explore part of the island of Bali in Indonesia

Mapping our global human footprint

12.6.2019 16:00  

The number of people flocking to cities in search of employment and better prospects is growing at an unprecedented rate. By 2050, the global population is estimated to reach nine billion, 70% of which will be living in urban areas. The World Settlement Footprint 2015 (WSF-2015) is the first map, using mass collections of radar and optical satellite imagery, to provide a global overview of the world’s human settlements.

SMOS joins forces with top weather forecasting system

12.6.2019 11:20  

As of yesterday, 11 June 2019, measurements from ESA’s SMOS mission are being fully integrated into ECMWF’s forecasting system, allowing for a more accurate description of water content in soil.

Antarctic glaciers named after satellites

7.6.2019 10:30  

Dramatic changes in the shape of the Antarctic ice sheet have become emblematic of the climate crisis. And, in deference to the critical role that satellites play in measuring and monitoring Antarctic glaciology, seven areas of fast-flowing ice on the Antarctic Peninsula have been named after Earth observation satellites.

Lake Valencia

7.6.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over Lake Valencia in Venezuela

Earth from Space

7.6.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, explore Lake Valencia in Venezuela with Copernicus Sentinel-2

MetOp Second Generation

6.6.2019 13:26  
The structural and thermal model of Europe's coming generation of polar meteorology satellites has arrived at ESA's technical heart for a full-scale test campaign

Snow hits Australia

5.6.2019 15:34  
Parts of the Southern Tablelands on Australia’s east coast have been hit by unexpected snow

Space App Camp

3.6.2019 10:25  
Developers are invited to apply for the September 2019 Space App Camp at ESA’s establishment in Frascati, Italy. Applications will be accepted until 15 July

El Salvador

31.5.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over the mountainous terrain of El Salvador

Earth from Space

31.5.2019 10:05  
In this edition, Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over El Salvador, the smallest and most densely populated country in Central America

Snow grain size – it matters

29.5.2019 18:20  

Most of us probably wouldn’t think of describing snow in terms of its grain size. However, grain size is fundamental to the amount of sunlight that snow reflects back into space – its albedo. With both snow and albedo part of the climate system, scientists are applying a novel analytical theory to Copernicus Sentinel-3 data and shedding new light on Greenland’s changing albedo.

TRUTHS: a new potential ESA Earth Watch mission

29.5.2019 13:00  

With ESA’s Space19+ Ministerial Council meeting set for November, a new satellite mission called TRUTHS will be added to the list of missions to be financed in the Earth Observation Earth Watch programme.

Western Pakistan

24.5.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over western Pakistan and an important wetland area

Earth from Space

24.5.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, explore part of western Pakistan with Copernicus Sentinel-2

Open Days

21.5.2019 16:05  
Schoolchildren had hands-on experience with Earth observation at the Living Planet Symposium last week

Vega to take Spain’s SEOSAT–Ingenio into orbit

20.5.2019 17:45  

ESA and Arianespace have signed a contract that secure the SEOSAT–Ingenio Earth observation satellite’s ride into orbit next year on a Vega rocket from Europe’s Spaceport in French Guiana.

Living Planet highlights

17.5.2019 16:00  
As the biggest Earth observation conference in the world draws to a close, we take a look back on some of the week’s highlights

Back to the future

17.5.2019 14:00  
ESA’s Josef Aschbacher reflects on the highlights of this week’s Living Planet Symposium and discusses taking Earth observation into the future

Satellites yield insight into not so permanent permafrost

17.5.2019 13:59  

Ice is without doubt one of the first casualties of climate change, but the effects of our warming world are not only limited to ice melting on Earth’s surface. Ground that has been frozen for thousands of years is also thawing, adding to the climate crisis and causing immediate problems for local communities.

Po Valley

17.5.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over the Po Valley in northern Italy

Earth from Space

17.5.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition from the Living Planet Symposium in Milan, we feature a Copernicus Sentinel-2 image of the Po Valley

A quarter of glacier ice in West Antarctica is now unstable

16.5.2019 20:30  

By combining 25 years of ESA satellite data, scientists have discovered that warming ocean waters have caused the ice to thin so rapidly that 24% of the glacier ice in West Antarctica is now affected.

Take a deep breath

16.5.2019 13:40  
With air pollution a global concern, satellites provide vital information about air quality to help understand how to keep our planet breathable

The air we breathe

16.5.2019 13:05  

Air pollution is a global environmental health problem, especially for those living in urban areas. Not only does it negatively impact our ecosystems, it considerably affects our health. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), around 8 million premature deaths per year are linked to air pollution, more than double of previous estimates.

Where science meets art

16.5.2019 12:30  
New exhibition ‘Fragility and Beauty – taking the pulse of our planet from space’ opens in Milan, Italy

World Space Alliance kicks off

16.5.2019 10:50  

While scientists and data users continue to discuss the latest findings about our changing world and the space technologies that are needed to learn more, this week’s Living Planet Symposium has also been the forum to forge and strengthen alliances. And, today sees the start of a two-year pilot for the ESA–SAP World Space Alliance.

Monitoring Earth’s shifting land

15.5.2019 17:00  

The monitoring of land subsidence is of vital importance for low-lying countries, but also areas which are prone to peculiar ground instability.

3D Earth in the making

15.5.2019 15:00  

A thorough understanding of the ‘solid Earth’ system is essential for deciphering the links between processes occurring deep inside Earth and those occurring nearer the surface that lead to seismic activity such as earthquakes and volcanic eruptions, the rise of mountains and the location of underground natural resources. Thanks to gravity and magnetic data from satellites along with seismology, scientists are on the way to modelling inner Earth in 3D.

Water cycle wrapped

15.5.2019 12:00  

As our climate changes, the availability of freshwater is a growing issue for many people around the world. Understanding the water cycle and how the climate and human usage is causing shifts in natural cycling processes is vital to safeguarding supplies. While numerous satellites measure individual components of the water cycle, it has never been described as a whole over a particular region – until now.

The global thaw

15.5.2019 12:00  
ESA’s satellites observing Earth’s cryosphere provide key information to understand and respond to global thawing

Tug-of-war drives magnetic north sprint

15.5.2019 9:55  

As far as we know, Earth’s magnetic north has always wandered, but it has recently gained new momentum and is making a dash towards Siberia at a pace not seen before. While this has some practical implications, scientists believe that this sprint is being caused by tussling magnetic blobs deep below our feet.

Mapping salty waters

14.5.2019 15:45  

The length and precision with which climate scientists can track the salinity, or saltiness, of the oceans is set to improve dramatically according to researchers working as part of ESA’s Climate Change Initiative.

New potential for tracking severe storms

14.5.2019 13:45  

Even just within the last couple of months, Cyclones Fani, Idai and Kenneth have brought devastation to millions. With the frequency and severity of extreme weather like this expected to increase against the backdrop of climate change, it is more important than ever to forecast and track events accurately. And, an ESA satellite is helping with the task in hand.

Shaped by ice

14.5.2019 12:35  
A nifty way of processing data from ESA’s CryoSat mission yields a high-resolution view of Antarctica in 3D

Jakobshavn Isbrae Glacier bucks the trend

14.5.2019 10:55  

Our planet works in mysterious ways. We are all used to hearing about the world’s ice being the first casualty of climate change and, indeed, it is declining fast. However, recent findings show that one glacier is not conforming to the norm – it’s actually been flowing more slowly and getting thicker.

Joining forces on Earth science to benefit society

13.5.2019 16:20  

With human activity leaving its indelible mark on the landscape and affecting the climate, our natural world is changing faster than at any other time in history. Science is fundamental to understanding environmental change so that these huge challenges can be tackled. To ensure a more efficient approach on Earth-system science and to bring direct benefits to society, ESA and the European Commission are working to join forces.

Spotlight on the pulse of our planet

13.5.2019 14:48  

Satellites deliver crucial information to help solve what is our biggest global problem: climate change. As well as taking the pulse of our planet, satellite data are used in a myriad of daily applications, and are also used increasingly in business. It’s no surprise then that over 4 000 people have flocked to Milan to hear the latest scientific findings on Earth’s natural processes and global change, and to learn about the wealth of new opportunities that Earth observation has to offer.

Surpassing expectations

13.5.2019 14:15  
Learn how each Earth Explorer satellite continues to surpass expectations by revealing new insights into our planet

Living Planet replay

13.5.2019 12:40  
The biggest Earth observation conference in the world got underway today in Milan, Italy. Watch the replay of the opening session

Living Planet replay

13.5.2019 12:40  
The biggest Earth observation conference in the world got underway today in Milan, Italy. Watch the replay of the opening session

Living Planet

10.5.2019 15:21  
Follow the top stories from ESA's Living Planet Symposium where thousands are gathered to hear the latest results on taking the pulse of our planet from space

Milan

10.5.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over the fast-paced metropolis of Milan, Italy

Earth from Space

10.5.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, discover the city of Milan in Italy with Copernicus Sentinel-2

Living Planet live

9.5.2019 17:00  
As thousands of scientists gather in Italy for the biggest Earth observation conference in the world, follow the opening session live. Streaming starts on 13 May at 07:00 GMT (09:00 CEST)

Space for climate

9.5.2019 10:53  
Learn how ESA's Climate Change Initiative helps us understand climate change from space

Art and climate

7.5.2019 17:05  
ESA’s visiting artist, Shane Sutton, explains the background to his Climate from Space street art exhibition to be unveiled at the Living Planet Symposium

Swarm helps explain Earth’s magnetic jerks

1.5.2019 12:18  

Our protective magnetic field is always restless, but every now and then something weird happens – it jerks. Although scientists have known about these rapid shifts for some 40 years, the reason why they occur has remained a frustrating mystery, until now.

Space mission testing

30.4.2019 11:15  
ESA heads to the harsh environment of the Arctic to test a new Copernicus mission concept for measuring sea ice

Earth from Space

26.4.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over Australia’s northeast state of Queensland

Earth from Space

26.4.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over Australia’s northeast state of Queensland

Queensland floods

26.4.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 shows muddy waters flowing into the Coral Sea in Queensland, Australia

Graffiti exhibition to showcase role of climate from space

24.4.2019 10:50  

Street art and climate science will combine at ESA’s Living Planet Symposium to highlight the major role that satellites play in helping to understand our Earth.

Easter Island

19.4.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-2 takes us over one of the most remote islands in the world

Earth from Space

19.4.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, discover one of the most remote islands in the world: Easter Island

Call for media

16.4.2019 10:26  
ESA invites media representatives to join the Living Planet Symposium to hear first-hand from scientists about recent environmental discoveries and the latest hard facts on climate change

Getting ready to chart sea level

12.4.2019 15:38  

Records show that, on average, global sea level rose by 3.2 mm a year between 1993 and 2018, but hidden within this average is the fact that the rate of rise has been accelerating over the last few years. Taking measurements of the height of the sea surface is essential to monitoring this worrying trend – and the Copernicus Sentinel-6 mission is on the way to being ready to do just this.

English Channel

12.4.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission takes us over the busy maritime highways of the English Channel

Earth from Space

12.4.2019 10:05  
This week's edition features the busy maritime traffic passing through the English Channel

Glaciers lose nine trillion tonnes of ice in half a century

8.4.2019 17:10  

When we think of climate change, one of the first things to come to mind is melting polar ice. However, ice loss isn’t just restricted to the polar regions. According to research published today, glaciers around the world have lost well over 9000 gigatonnes (nine trillion tonnes) of ice since 1961, raising sea level by 27 mm.

Breathe easier

5.4.2019 15:00  
For UN World Health Day, we look at how monitoring air quality can help with health and wellbeing

Aeolus well on the way to improving forecasts

5.4.2019 13:00  

Assessing the accuracy of data being returned by completely new technology in space is a challenging task. But this is exactly what engineers and scientists have been dedicating their time to over the last months so that measurements of the world’s winds being gathered by Aeolus can be fed confidently into weather forecast models.

Preserving heritage data at ESA

5.4.2019 12:30  

Why is archiving and curating heritage satellite data so fundamentally important? How can heritage data from old satellites be used to compare with current findings?

Earth from Space

5.4.2019 10:05  
In this week's edition, we take a look at the agricultural development in the Western Desert of Egypt

Egyptian crop circles

5.4.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: this long-time series shows the development over 21 years of an important land reclamation project in the Western Desert of Egypt

Preserving data

4.4.2019 14:28  
Through its Heritage Data Programme, ESA ensures the preservation and access to Earth observation satellite data for now and the future

Copernicus Masters 2019 submissions open

3.4.2019 15:36  

The Copernicus Masters 2019 competition is now open for submissions. This international competition awards prizes to innovative solutions, developments and ideas for business and society  that use Copernicus data.

The Bosphorus

29.3.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Copernicus Sentinel-1 takes us over the narrow strait that separates Europe and Asia

Earth from Space

29.3.2019 10:05  
In this edition, we take a look at the narrow strait that connects eastern Europe to western Asia: the Bosphorus in northwest Turkey

Receding waters

27.3.2019 9:18  
While people in Mozambique face the mammoth task of cleaning up after Cyclone Idai, the blue-purple in this image shows where floodwater is retreating

Satellites key to addressing water scarcity

22.3.2019 11:30  

Today is World Water Day, but with millions of people in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe struggling to cope in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai, the notion of water shortages may not be at the forefront of our minds right now. Even so, floods, like we see here, lead to real problems accessing clean water. Whether the problem is inundation or water scarcity, satellites can help monitor this precious resource.

Lake Chad

22.3.2019 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: marking World Water Day, these images show the receding waters of Lake Chad

Earth from Space

22.3.2019 10:05  
For World Water Day, we take a look at Lake Chad at the southern edge of the Sahara, where water supplies are dwindling

Water for life

21.3.2019 15:31  
UN SDG6 targets ‘Water for all by 2030’. For World Water Day we take a look at ways that space can help this global challenge.

Bangkok’s green lung

21.3.2019 14:50  
On the International Day of Forests, we bring you this Copernicus Sentinel-2 image of Bangkok and its oasis of green, Bang Kachao

Land-cover dynamics unveiled

21.3.2019 12:00  

Billions of image pixels recorded by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission have been used to generate a high-resolution map of land-cover dynamics across Earth’s landmasses. This map also depicts the month of the peak of vegetation and gives new insight into land productivity.

Land-cover dynamics unveiled

21.3.2019 12:00  

Billions of image pixels recorded by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission have been used to generate a high-resolution map of land-cover dynamics across Earth’s landmasses. This map also depicts the month of the peak of vegetation and gives new insight into land productivity.

Grande oil spill

20.3.2019 17:09  
Copernicus Sentinel-1 has imaged the oil spill from the Grande America ship that sank in the Atlantic, 300 km off the coast of France

Copernicus Sentinel-1 maps floods in wake of Idai

20.3.2019 12:40  

As millions of people in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe struggle to cope with the aftermath of what could be the southern hemisphere’s worst storm, Copernicus Sentinel-1 is one of the satellite missions being used to map flooded areas to help relief efforts.

Taking gravity from strength to strength

20.3.2019 9:09  

Ten years ago, ESA launched one of its most innovative satellites. GOCE spent four years measuring a fundamental force of nature: gravity. This extraordinary mission not only yielded new insights into our gravity field, but led to some amazing discoveries about our planet, from deep below the surface to high up in the atmosphere and beyond. And, this remarkable mission continues to realise new science today.

Climate change

19.3.2019 15:42  
With the issue of climate change high on the global agenda, satellites provide key information to understand and to respond to environmental change
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