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Marine chlorophyll

25.9.2017 16:53  
As the EU’s Copernicus programme marks Marine Week, discover how satellites map and monitor marine chlorophyll concentration

Call for new Earth Explorer mission ideas

25.9.2017 14:22  

As part of ESA’s commitment to realise new satellite missions that advance our understanding of Earth, benefit society and demonstrate innovative space technologies, a call is now open for new Earth Explorer ideas.

Sentinel-5P satellite fuelled

25.9.2017 13:20  

Engineers have been at Russia’s Plesetsk launch site for a month now, ticking off the jobs on the ‘to do’ list so that the Copernicus Sentinel-5P satellite is fit and ready for liftoff on 13 October. With the satellite now fuelled, the team has passed another milestone.

Watch live: EO Open Science

22.9.2017 11:00  
Follow the EO Open Science conference via live webstream from ESA’s establishment in Italy, 25–28 September

Watch live

22.9.2017 11:00  
Follow the EO Open Science conference via live webstream from ESA’s establishment in Italy, 25–28 September

Northwest England

22.9.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: a Sentinel-2 image over part of northwest England, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

21.9.2017 14:20  
Join us Friday, 22 September, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Giant berg on the move

21.9.2017 9:05  
Until a few days ago, the huge chunk of ice that broke off Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf in July has remained close, buffeting back and forth against the shelf. A68 is now on the move and drifting out to sea

Giant berg on the move

20.9.2017 17:01  
Until a few days ago, the huge chunk of ice that broke off Antarctica’s ice shelf in July has remained close, buffeting back and forth against the shelf. A68 is now on the move and drifting out to sea

Flat land

20.9.2017 13:40  
Technology image of the week: Proba-V captures the world’s largest salt plain, so flat that it is used to check satellite instruments

Mapping the world’s forests

20.9.2017 8:57  

Using satellite radar data, scientists have created a global map that quantifies the amount of wood in our forests – a key to understanding Earth’s carbon cycle and, ultimately, climate change.

Earth from Space

19.9.2017 13:45  
Pepijn Veefkind from the Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute joins the Earth from Space video programme to discuss Sentinel-5P’s Tropomi instrument

Meet Sentinel-5P

19.9.2017 10:47  
The Sentinel-5 Precursor satellite will soon be launched to monitor the air we breathe. Learn more about this Copernicus air-quality monitoring mission

Travel app wins top prize at App Camp

18.9.2017 16:18  

An app that uses satellite imagery to give flight travellers an interactive, bird’s-eye view of their routes took the top prize at this year’s Space App Camp at ESA’s centre in Frascati, Italy.

Travel app wins top prize at App Camp

18.9.2017 16:18  

An app that uses satellite imagery to give flight travellers an interactive, bird’s-eye view of their routes took the top prize at this year’s Space App Camp at ESA’s centre in Frascati, Italy.

Join us for #Sentinel5P launch

18.9.2017 15:35  

Are you passionate about our planet and interested in how satellites help to improve everyday lives and do you share your passion via social media? Then ESA’s next SocialSpace event is for you.

Join us for #Sentinel5P launch

18.9.2017 15:35  

Are you passionate about our planet and interested in how satellites help to improve everyday lives and do you share your passion via social media? Then ESA’s next SocialSpace event is for you.

App Camp wrap-up

15.9.2017 15:10  
Follow the presentation of projects from this year’s Space App Camp via live webstream at 08:30–13:00 CEST on 18 September

Earth through different eyes

15.9.2017 11:00  

In the 1960s, photographs of Earth taken by the first astronauts captured the imaginations of people across the world. The pictures not only became icons for space exploration, but also the fragility of our planet. But astronauts were not the only ones with their eyes on Earth.

Syracuse

15.9.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the southeastern coast of the Italian island of Sicily, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

14.9.2017 14:10  
Join us Friday, 15 September, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Earth from Space

14.9.2017 14:10  
Join us Friday, 15 September, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Sentinel-5P launch preparations in full swing

14.9.2017 11:15  

With liftoff set for 13 October, engineers at Russia’s Plesetsk launch site are steaming ahead with the task of getting Europe’s next Copernicus satellite ready for its journey into orbit.

Burn scars

14.9.2017 10:10  
Before and after the wildfires in Portugal with Sentinel-3A

Earth from Space

13.9.2017 10:05  
ESA’s Kevin McMullan and Claus Zehner join the Earth from Space video programme from the cleanroom to discuss the Sentinel-5P satellite and its mission

First day of camp

11.9.2017 10:48  
Participants of this year’s Space App Camp at ESA’s establishment in Frascati, Italy

Petermann Glacier

8.9.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: a Sentinel-2 image of one of Greenland’s largest glaciers, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

7.9.2017 14:04  
Join us Friday, 8 September, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Earth from Space

7.9.2017 14:04  
Join us Friday, 8 September, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Investing in industrial innovation

6.9.2017 15:15  

A new ESA initiative, Investing in Industrial Innovation in Earth Observation – also known as  ‘InCubed’ – kicked off today with an open call for European businesses to apply for a chance to gain financial and practical support for industry projects.

Italy’s drought seen from space

5.9.2017 10:25  

Despite the welcome showers at the weekend, abnormally low soil-moisture conditions persist in central Italy. Scientists are using satellite data to monitor the drought that has gripped the country.

New era in air-quality monitoring a step away

4.9.2017 13:14  

The Sentinel-5P satellite has arrived in Plesetsk in northern Russia to be prepared for liftoff on 13 October. Built to deliver global maps of air pollutants every day and in more detail than ever before, this latest Copernicus mission will set a new standard for monitoring air quality.

New era in air-quality monitoring a step away

4.9.2017 13:14  

The Sentinel-5P satellite has arrived in Plesetsk in northern Russia to be prepared for liftoff on 13 October. Built to deliver global maps of air pollutants every day and in more detail than ever before, this latest Copernicus mission will set a new standard for monitoring air quality.

EO Open Science

31.8.2017 11:56  
Sign up today to attend the September 2017 EO Open Science conference at ESA’s establishment in Frascati, Italy

Monitoring air quality

30.8.2017 10:51  
The first Copernicus satellite dedicated to monitoring air pollution is set to launch in October. Discover more about Sentinel-5P

Mapping crops

29.8.2017 9:00  
Combining images from the Copernicus Sentinel-2 and US Landsat-8 missions reveals different crops across Germany

Cloud-free view

28.8.2017 14:45  
Automatically stitching together multiple images from Sentinel-2, Austrian company EOX gives us an unobstructed view of Earth

Managing water

28.8.2017 10:30  
As international experts convene in Stockholm for World Water Week, discover how satellites help to manage this precious resource for irrigation

Watching Harvey

25.8.2017 15:55  
Sentinel-3A takes Hurricane Harvey’s temperature as the storm gains strength and moves towards Texas

Burn scars

23.8.2017 12:00  
Sentinel-2 shows blazes and dramatic burn scars from wildfires in Greece

Sentinel-1 speeds up crop insurance payouts

17.8.2017 13:51  

For the first time in India, a state government is using satellites to assess lost crops so that farmers can benefit from speedy insurance payouts.

Sweltering south

11.8.2017 15:30  
Southern Europe is in the grip of a heatwave, fuelling wildfires and water shortages. Information from the Copernicus Sentinel-3A satellite has been used to map the sweltering heat across the region

Greenland wildfire

10.8.2017 15:51  
Greenland is usually associated with ice and snow, but over the last couple of weeks a wildfire, captured here by the Copernicus Sentinel-2A satellite, has been raging in the western part of the country

Does loss lead to instability?

2.8.2017 13:46  

Thanks to the satellite era, we recently witnessed the birth of one of the biggest icebergs on record. While the breakup of Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf hit the headlines around the world, this dramatic event also presents scientists with a unique opportunity to learn more about ice-sheet stability.

Taking farming into the space age

1.8.2017 13:00  

Humans started to cultivate land around 10 000 years ago, so we must be pretty good at it by now. However, environmental concerns, sustainability, quotas, subsidies and paperwork make farming more challenging than ever. Satellites offer a solution to many of these problems, but how does the ordinary farmer tap into their potential?

Irrawaddy Delta

28.7.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the peninsulas and islands of the Irrawaddy Delta in Myanmar captured by Sentinel-2, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

27.7.2017 14:00  
Join us Friday, 28 July, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Earth from Space

25.7.2017 14:45  
President of the CNES French Space Agency, Jean-Yves Le Gall, and ESA’s Josef Aschbacher discuss how cooperation will further benefit Earth observation activities and Copernicus

Mastering winds

21.7.2017 14:01  
Named after Aeolus, who in Greek mythology was appointed ‘keeper of the winds’ by the Gods, this novel mission will improve the quality of weather forecasts

Northeastern Europe

21.7.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: a Sentinel-3 image over the Baltic Sea and surrounding countries, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

20.7.2017 15:10  
Join us Friday, 21 July, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Air pollution monitoring Sentinel on show

20.7.2017 13:33  

With Sentinel-5 Precursor about to be packed up and shipped to Russia for liftoff in late September, media representatives, members of the UK Space Agency and National Centre for Earth Observation had the chance to see this Copernicus air-pollution monitoring satellite standing proud in the cleanroom.

Pilanesberg

14.7.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: a South African game reserve pictured by Sentinel-2, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

13.7.2017 17:05  
Join us Friday, 14 July, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Earth from Space

13.7.2017 15:10  
Join us Friday, 14 July, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Vesuvius on fire

13.7.2017 14:08  
No, Vesuvius is not erupting, but the wooded slopes of this iconic volcano are being ravaged by wildfires, as seen from space by the Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission

Sentinel satellite captures birth of behemoth iceberg

12.7.2017 12:50  

Over the last few months, a chunk of Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf has been hanging on precariously as a deep crack cut across the ice. Witnessed by the Copernicus Sentinel-1mission, a lump of ice more than twice the size of Luxembourg has now broken off, spawning one of the largest icebergs on record and changing the outline of the Antarctic Peninsula forever.

Sentinel satellite captures birth of behemoth iceberg

12.7.2017 12:50  

Over the last few months, a chunk of Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf has been hanging on precariously as a deep crack cut across the ice. Witnessed by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission, a lump of ice more than twice the size of Luxembourg has now broken off, spawning one of the largest icebergs on record and changing the outline of the Antarctic Peninsula forever.

Call for Media: First Copernicus air-quality monitoring satellite on show

12.7.2017 12:31  

Media are invited to see the Sentinel-5 Precursor satellite on 20 July at Airbus in Stevenage, UK, before it is shipped to Russia for launch. As well as viewing this state-of-the-art Copernicus satellite in the cleanroom, media representatives will be able to learn how the mission will revolutionise air-quality monitoring.

Call for Media: First Copernicus air-quality monitoring satellite on show

12.7.2017 12:31  

Media are invited to see the Sentinel-5 Precursor satellite on 20 July at Airbus in Stevenage, UK, before it is shipped to Russia for launch. As well as viewing this state-of-the-art Copernicus satellite in the cleanroom, media representatives will be able to learn how the mission will revolutionise air-quality monitoring.

Salar de Uyuni

7.7.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: a Sentinel-2 image of the largest salt flat in the world, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

See our seasons change from space

6.7.2017 17:00  

With the Copernicus Sentinel-3A satellite fully fledged and its data freely available, the task of monitoring and understanding our changing planet has been made that much easier. Seeing the effect spring has on our plant life is just one of its many uses.

Giant iceberg in the making

5.7.2017 9:36  

All eyes are on Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf as a deep crack continues to cut across the ice, leaving a huge chunk clinging on. When it eventually gives way, one of the largest icebergs on record will be set adrift.  Even before the inevitable happens, ESA’s CryoSat mission can reveal some of the future berg’s vital statistics.

Giant iceberg in the making

5.7.2017 9:36  

All eyes are on Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf as a deep crack continues to cut across the ice, leaving a huge chunk clinging on. When it eventually gives way, one of the largest icebergs on record will be set adrift. Even before the inevitable happens, ESA’s CryoSat mission can reveal some of the future berg’s vital statistics.

Ambrym

30.6.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Vanuatu archipelago in the South Pacific Ocean, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

29.6.2017 15:50  
Join us Friday, 30 June, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Pandora measures fire fumes over Rome

28.6.2017 16:47  

While a fire at a rubbish depot was detected from space by the Copernicus Sentinel-3A and ESA’s Proba-V satellites, pollutants in the plume of thick smoke were measured by instruments that will be used to validate information from the upcoming Sentinel-5 Precursor mission.

France

23.6.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: a nearly cloud-free view of France and the surrounding countries captured by Sentinel-3

Proba-V images Portuguese forest fire

21.6.2017 15:03  

ESA’s Proba-V minisatellite has captured the forest fire raging in central Portugal, revealing blackened scars and columns of smoke as well as pinpointing active fire hotspots.

Thar Desert

16.6.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: a Sentinel-2 false-colour image over northwest India, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Sea ice down the drain

15.6.2017 16:24  
The Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission captures thick sea ice being flushed out of the Lincoln Sea in the Arctic Ocean through Nares Strait after the early collapse of an ice arch

Earth from Space

15.6.2017 14:25  
Join us Friday, 16 June, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

California slide

13.6.2017 13:23  
Satellite radar shows unstable ground ahead of the massive landslide that covered part of California’s iconic Highway 1

Satellites forewarn of locust plagues

13.6.2017 10:00  

Satellites are helping to predict favourable conditions for desert locusts to swarm, which poses a threat to agricultural production and, subsequently, livelihoods and food security.

First Sentinel-2B images delivered by laser

12.6.2017 11:00  

With the Sentinel-2B satellite close to beginning its working life in orbit, this latest Copernicus satellite has linked up to Alphasat by laser, across almost 36 000 km of space, to deliver images of Earth just moments after they were captured.

Space App Camp

9.6.2017 15:00  
Developers are invited to apply for the September 2017 Space App Camp at ESA’s establishment in Frascati, Italy. Applications will be accepted until 24 July

Space App Camp

9.6.2017 15:00  
Developers are invited to apply for the September 2017 Space App Camp at ESA’s establishment in Frascati, Italy. Applications will be accepted until 22 July

Gulf of Finland

9.6.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the Gulf of Finland in 'radar vision', also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

8.6.2017 14:30  
Join us Friday, 09 June, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Eye on oceans

8.6.2017 11:00  
Every year, 8 June marks World Oceans Day. Satellites continue to monitor our water bodies to help us better understand and protect these natural resources

Near-shore phytoplankton bloom captured from space

8.6.2017 10:28  

Last year, the Sentinel-2A satellite captured an intense algal bloom very close to the Belgian coast. The high-resolution capabilities of Sentinel-2’s main instrument are allowing scientists to monitor algae blooms in areas previously not possible to observe with satellites.

Quantifying the effects of climate change

5.6.2017 17:05  

Last year was the hottest on record, Arctic sea ice is on the decline and sea levels continue to rise. In this context, satellites are providing us with an unbiased view of how our climate is changing and the effects it is having on our planet.

Great Barrier Reef

2.6.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: part of the Great Barrier Reef off Australia’s northeast coast is pictured in this Sentinel-2 image

The heat is on for Sentinel-3B

1.6.2017 16:34  

While the Copernicus Sentinel-3A satellite is in orbit delivering a wealth of information about our home planet, engineers are putting its twin, Sentinel-3B, through a series of vigorous tests before it is shipped to the launch site next year.

Russian wildfires

26.5.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: wildfires in the boreal forests of eastern Russia, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

25.5.2017 14:00  
Join us Friday, 26 May, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Sentinel-2 captures coral bleaching of Great Barrier Reef

24.5.2017 13:30  

Scientists observed the bleaching of Australia’s Great Barrier Reef early this year using satellite images. While capturing these events from space has been difficult in the past, Sentinel-2’s frequent revisits and its resolution makes it possible.

Bringing satellite data to farmers

24.5.2017 10:00  

ESA and BayWa AG are joining forces in an effort to advance the use of satellite data in farming.

Rann of Kutch

19.5.2017 10:20  
Earth observation image of the week: a Sentinel-2 image of a salt desert in western India, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

18.5.2017 14:29  
Join us Friday, 19 May, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Earth from Space

18.5.2017 11:00  
Carsten Linz from SAP and ESA’s Josef Aschbacher join the Earth from Space video programme to discuss how SAP’s cloud platform is bringing satellite data to a wider audience

Earth from Space

16.5.2017 15:30  
Chair of the DLR German Aerospace Center Executive Board, Pascale Ehrenfreund, and ESA’s Josef Aschbacher discuss their organisations' complementary Earth observation activities

Earth from Space

16.5.2017 14:00  
Chair of the DLR German Aerospace Center Executive Board, Pascale Ehrenfreund, and ESA’s Josef Aschbacher join the Earth from Space video programme to discuss their organisations' complementary Earth observation activities

Negribreen on the move

12.5.2017 10:47  

Rapid acceleration of an Arctic glacier over the past year has been detected by the Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites.

Uintah Basin

12.5.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: the border of the US states Utah and Colorado is pictured in this Sentinel-2 image, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Revisit #FutureEO

11.5.2017 17:00  
Watch the replays of the "Paradigm shifts and future prospects in Earth observation" seminar

Earth from Space

11.5.2017 14:50  
Join us Friday, 12 May, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

SMOS brings Mediterranean salinity into focus

11.5.2017 14:12  

ESA’s SMOS mission maps variations in soil moisture and salt in the surface waters of the open oceans. When the satellite was designed, it was not envisaged that it would be able to measure salinity in smaller seas like the Mediterranean, but SMOS has again surpassed expectations.

EO Science for Society

11.5.2017 12:00  
Follow the EOEP-5 Block 4 Industry Info Day via live webstream from ESA in Italy on 12 May

Future EO

9.5.2017 11:45  
Follow the "Paradigm shifts and future prospects in Earth observation" seminar via live webstream from ESA on 11 May

Future EO

9.5.2017 11:45  
Follow the "Paradigm shifts and future prospects in Earth observation" seminar via live webstream from ESA on 11 May

Future EO

9.5.2017 11:45  
Follow the "Paradigm shifts and future prospects in Earth observation" seminar via live webstream on 11 May at 09:00 CEST

Amsterdam

5.5.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: a Sentinel-2 image over part of the western Netherlands, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

4.5.2017 14:00  
Join us Friday, 05 May, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

Satellites track Antarctic ice loss over decades

2.5.2017 10:30  

Over two decades of observations by five radar satellites show the acceleration of ice loss of 30 glaciers in Western Palmer Land in the southwest Antarctic Peninsula.

Australia floods

28.4.2017 14:03  
Sentinel-2 sees rivers in eastern Australia breach their banks following heavy rains

Bering Sea

28.4.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: a Sentinel-3 image of the Bering Sea, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Earth from Space

27.4.2017 14:07  
Join us Friday, 28 April, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme

EO Open Science

24.4.2017 13:59  
Abstracts are now being accepted for the September EO Open Science conference at ESA’s establishment in Frascati, Italy

EO Open Science

24.4.2017 13:59  
Abstracts are now being accepted for the September 2017 EO Open Science conference at ESA’s establishment in Frascati, Italy

EO Open Science

24.4.2017 13:59  
Abstracts are now being accepted for the September 2017 EO Open Science conference at ESA’s establishment in Frascati, Italy

Earth as a planet

21.4.2017 17:30  
Ahead of Earth Day, this special edition of Space takes us to Rome to explore the defining characteristics of our planet

Earth as a planet

21.4.2017 17:30  
This special edition of Space takes us to Rome to explore the defining characteristics of our planet

Read up on climate

21.4.2017 15:30  
With this year's Earth Day focusing on environmental and climate literacy, have a look at the new digital book on our planet’s changing climate through the eyes of satellites

Read up on climate

21.4.2017 15:00  
With tomorrow’s Earth Day focusing on environmental and climate literacy, have a look at the new digital book on our planet’s changing climate through the eyes of satellites

When Swarm met Steve

21.4.2017 11:00  

Thanks to social media and the power of citizen scientists chasing the northern lights, a new feature was discovered recently. Nobody knew what this strange ribbon of purple light was, so … it was called Steve.

When Swarm met Steve

21.4.2017 11:00  

Thanks to social media and the power of citizen scientists chasing the northern lights, a new feature was discovered recently. Nobody knew what this strange ribbon of purple light was, so … it was called Steve.

Lake MacKay

21.4.2017 10:05  
Earth observation image of the week: Australia’s salty Lake MacKay imaged by Sentinel-2, also featured on the Earth from Space video programme

Larsen, cracked

20.4.2017 16:25  
Radar mission Sentinel-1 continues to monitor the growing crack in Antarctica’s Larsen-C ice shelf, which is expected to produce a massive iceberg

Earth from Space

20.4.2017 14:30  
Join us Friday, 21 April, at 10:00 CEST for the ‘Earth from Space’ video programme
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