THEMATIC AREA
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  • AATSR
  • ACC
  • ACE-FTS
  • AIRSAFE
  • ALADIN
  • AMI/SAR
  • AMI/Scatterometer
  • ASAR
  • ASCAT
  • ASM
  • ATLID
  • ATSR-1
  • ATSR-2
  • AVHRR
  • AVNIR-2
  • AwiFS
  • BBR
  • BGI
  • C-SAR
  • CER
  • CHRIS
  • CPR
  • CSG-SAR
  • CZCS
  • DORIS
  • EFI
  • EGG
  • EOC
  • ETM
  • FAI
  • FLORIS
  • GERB
  • GIS
  • GOME
  • GOME-2
  • GOMOS
  • GPSR
  • GRACE ACC
  • GRACE INTERFEROMETER
  • GRACE LRR
  • GRACE SCA
  • HiRAIS
  • HiRI
  • HIRS/2
  • HRC
  • HRG
  • HRS
  • HRV
  • HRVIR
  • IASI
  • IRM
  • LISS-3
  • LISS-4
  • LRR
  • LRR
  • LRR
  • MAESTRO
  • MERIS
  • MGF
  • MGM
  • MHS
  • MIPAS
  • MIRAS
  • MODIS
  • MSI
  • MSS
  • MWR
  • NAOMI
  • NMS
  • OCM-2
  • OLI
  • OMI
  • OPS
  • OSA
  • OSIRIS
  • P-SAR
  • PALSAR
  • PAN
  • PAZ-SAR
  • PlanetScope Imager
  • PRARE
  • PRISM
  • RA
  • RA-2
  • RRI
  • SCIAMACHY
  • SeaWiFS
  • SeaWinds
  • SEI
  • SENSE
  • SEVIRI
  • SIRAL
  • SkySat Camera
  • SLIM6
  • SMR
  • SSTI
  • Star Tracker
  • STR
  • STRATOS
  • TANSO-CAI
  • TANSO-FTS
  • TIRS
  • TM
  • TSX-1
  • VFM
  • VGT
  • WAF-P
  • WIF
  • WV110
  • WV60
  • X-SAR

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    Event - Conference, Sessions

    Living Planet Symposium 2022

    ESA’s Living Planet Symposium is the biggest Earth observation conference in the world. Join us in Bonn, Germany, for the next symposium.

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    Document - General Reference

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    This is an article extracted from the ESA Bulletin Nr.143.

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    News - Success Stories

    New life for Landsat historical data

    45 years of data, more than 1.8 million images, these are the numbers of an adventure started 48 years ago with the launch of the first Landsat satellite.

  • Document - General Reference

    Document - General Reference

    The International Charter- Space and Major Disasters

    The Charter is an important step forward in linking the needs of disaster and relief organisations with space technology solutions to help mitigate the effects of disaster on human life, property and the environment.

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    Document - Proceedings

    Dragon Programme Mid-Term Results

    Proceedings of the 2005 Dragon Symposium held on 27 June - 1 July 2005 in Santorini, Greece.

  • Event - Conference, Sessions

    Event - Conference, Sessions

    Living Planet Symposium 2019

    ESA's Living Planet Symposia are amongst the biggest Earth observation conferences in the world. The events see scientists present their latest findings on Earth's environment and climate.

  • Document - General Reference

    Document - General Reference

    Earth-Watching-Anthology.pdf

    This brochure gives an overview of the Earth Watching project, which aims not only to show natural disasters, but also to promote various satellite remote sensing applications through images and articles for newspapers, magazines and TV stations.

  • Document - General Reference

    Document - General Reference

    Remote-Sensing-and-Humanitarian-Aid-A-life-saving-combination.pdf

    This article was published in the ESA Bulletin Nr. 122 and describes how Earth Observation activities may answer to the requirements of humanitarian and aid workers.

  • Document - General Reference

    Document - General Reference

    Healing-the-Earth-Earth-Observation-Supporting-International-Environmental Conventions.pdf

    This article is extracted from ESA Bulletin Nr. 128.

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    Document - General Reference

    Hydrological-Processes-An-International-Journal-Special-issue-on-Remote-Sensing.pdf

    This special issue of Hydrological Processes contains a selection of the most significant reports presented at the Flood Monitoring Workshop held at the ESA/ESRIN premises in Frascati, Italy on 26-27 June 1995. It is intended to provide the reader with an overall assessment of the capability of remote sensing to contribute to flood risk management, including the advantages and limitations, as well as critical areas, for further improvement.