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  • Document - Conference Presentation - Poster

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    05_OCT2013 SMOS_NREUL_partI.pdf

    The SMOS mission Dr. Nicolas Reul (IFREMER, France)

  • News - Data Release news

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    14 years of reprocessed SMOS Freeze/Thaw soil status products are now available

    14 years of reprocessed SMOS Freeze/Thaw soil status products are now available from the SMOS dissemination service

  • Event - Workshop

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    2nd SMOS for Space Weather Workshop

    The Second Workshop on SMOS for Space Weather will take place on 27 October 2023, hosted by the Space Weather Group of the University of Alcala, Alcalá de Henares (Madrid, Spain).

  • News - Events and Proceedings

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    2nd SMOS for Space Weather Workshop

    The 2nd Workshop on SMOS for Space Weather will take place on 27th October 2023, hosted by the Space Weather Group of the University of Alcala, Alcalá de Henares (Madrid, Spain).

  • Event - Conference

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    2nd SMOS Science Conference

    The conference focused on the applications of SMOS data, including operational services, the development of novel data products, the synergistic use of SMOS data with other data sources and the potential of SMOS data for the generation of long-term data sets.

  • Event - Training

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    3rd Advanced Training Course on Land Remote Sensing 2011

    This 2011 advanced ESA training course focused on land remote sensing theory and applications.

  • Event - Training

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    3rd Advanced Training Course on Ocean Remote Sensing 2013

    The 3rd Advanced Training Course on Ocean Remote Sensing was held from 23 to 27 September 2013 in Cork, at the National Maritime College of Ireland.

  • Event - Training

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    Advanced Ocean Synergy Training Course

    This ESA course was devoted to training the next generation of Earth Observation scientists to exploit data from ESA and Third Party Mission instruments for ocean science and application development.

  • Event - Training

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    Advanced Training Course in Land Remote Sensing 2012

    The 2012 advanced training course focused on land remote sensing theory and applications.

  • News - Spotlight on EO community

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    An overview of the SMOS mission

    In this video, Klaus Scipal - Biomass and SMOS Mission Manager - talks about ESA's Soil Moisture and Ocean Salinity mission.

  • Document - General Reference

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    ARTEMIS-Data-Relay-Payload-Data-Book.pdf

    This document is intended as a guide to the user community wishing to avail themselves of the services provided by the data relay system, which is based on the ARTEMIS satellite located over Europe. This document describes the services that data relay can offer and the interface requirements applicable to the UST and the UET.

  • Document - General Reference

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    ARTEMIS-Moving-Forward-a-New-Generation-of-Communications.pdf

    This brochure presents an overview of the telecommunications satellite, Artemis.

  • Document - General Reference

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    ARTEMIS-Paving-the-way-for-Europes-future-data-relay-land-mobile-and-Navigation-Services.pdf

    This brochure provides an overview of Artemis, ESAs telecommunications satellite.

  • Document - General Reference

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    Candidate-Earth-Explorers-in-Assessment-Phase.pdf

    This flyer gives a quick overview on the candidate Earth Explorers missions in assessment phase.

  • Document - General Reference

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    CEOS 2004

    The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) was created in 1984, in response to a recommendation from a Panel of Experts on Remote Sensing from Space, under the aegis of the Economic Summit of Industrialised Nations Working Group on Growth, Technology and Employment. This brochure provides an overview of CEOS as of 2004.

  • Document - General Reference

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    CEOS-Annual-Report-2000-2001-Special-Biennial-Edition.pdf

    This publication marks the inaugural edition of the CEOS Annual Report. The CEOS Annual Report will convey the main highlights, activities, and accomplishments of the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) during the previous year. Because no report was issued in 2000, this inaugural edition of the CEOS Annual Report is a special biennial version, covering both the years 2000 and 2001.

  • Document - Product Cal/Val Plan/Report

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    CEOS-Committee-on-Earth-Observation-Satellites-Working-Group-on-Calibration-and-Validation.pdf

    International collaboration on calibration and validation through the CalNal Working Group has been one of the signal successes of the CEOS organisation. The Working Group has created a mechanism for the sharing of effort in CALN AL between cooperating agencies, for the management of coherent programmes and campaigns and for the pooling of engineering and scientific information about the process of Earth observation through a variety of techniques. The success of the meeting of the SAR subgroup reported here is further evidence of the success of the coordinated approach adopted through CEOS.

  • Document - General Reference

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    CEOS-Sustainable-Development-The-Space-Contribution-Paper.pdf

    This Fact Sheet examines the Committee on Earth Observation Satellite's (CEOS) activities in the field of sustainable development through the use of space technology.

  • Document - Product Cal/Val Plan/Report

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    CEOS-Working-Group-Calibration-and-Validation.pdf

    This document describes the Committee on Earth Observation Satellite's involvement in Calibration and Validation activities for Earth Observation satellites.

  • Document - General Reference

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    CEOS-Yearbook-1997-Towards-an-integrated-global-observing-strategy.pdf

    This document discusses the need for observations of planet Earth and its environment - both global observations, such as might be required to fulfil the needs of international climate treaties, and regional, national and local observations in support of specific environment, development and other issues. A large number of geophysical measurements are required whose spatial and temporal resolutions and accuracies depend on the specific application under consideration.