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  • Data - Other

    Data - Other

    Data registration and proposals profile

    Access your profile to see your requested data products or registrations and proposals you have submitted. An active EO Sign In account is required.

  • Data - Other

    Data - Other

    EO Sign In registration

    Learn how to register an EO Sign In account, which is required to access some data and submit proposals for data.

  • Data - Data Description

    Data - Data Description

    AVHRR Level-1B Local Area Coverage Imagery

    This collection is composed of AVHRR L1B products (1.1 km) reprocessed from the NOAA POES and Metop AVHRR sensors data acquired at the Universit...

  • Document - Product Handbook

    Document - Product Handbook

    AVHRR-Handbook.pdf

    The AVHRR user handbook provides details about the content of the consolidated and harmonised data set archived at ESA facilities.

  • News - General News

    News - General News

    Forty years of heritage data highlight warming European lakes

    In the last decade, climate change has taken centre stage in both the public and scientific arenas, as increasingly extreme weather and human impact on the environment have become more apparent.

  • Mission - Heritage Missions, Third Party Missions

    Mission - Heritage Missions, Third Party Missions

    NOAA POES

    NOAA's AVHRR sensor is carried on the POES mission, a constellation of polar orbiting weather satellites.

  • Document - User Guide

    Document - User Guide

    ESA's Earth Observation Third Party Missions - Data Access Guide

    The scope of this guide is to help users identify the various types of data that are available from the Third Party Missions, the applications that the data may be used for, and the procedures required for access - including registration, search, selection and retrieval of the data of interest.

  • Document - User Guide

    Document - User Guide

    SHARK Technical Reference Manual

    The SHARK Technical Reference Manual provides detailed information on the organisation and workings of the SHARK Software Environment and the hardware on which it runs. SHARK is a standalone system that processes HRPT data transmitted from the TlROS-N/NOAA polar orbiting meteorological satellites.

  • News - General News

    News - General News

    Handing over Metop-C

    Mission teams at ESA's ESOC operations centre in Germany handed control of the recently launched Metop-C satellite to EUMETSAT.

  • News - General News

    News - General News

    Europe's third polar-orbiting weather satellite lofted into orbit

    The third Metop satellite, Metop-C, has been launched on a Soyuz rocket from Europe's Spaceport in French Guiana.

  • News - General News

    News - General News

    Metop-C ready for big day

    With liftoff set for 7 November, the latest Metop weather satellite has been rolled out to the launch pad and positioned on the Soyuz rocket.

  • News - General News

    News - General News

    Counting down to Metop-C

    Teams at ESA's European Space Operations Centre in Germany have been training for months in preparation for next week's launch of Metop-C.

  • News - Scientific Highlights

    News - Scientific Highlights

    Metop: The power of three

    Metop-A was launched in 2006 and Metop-B in 2012, and now it is time for Metop-C.

  • Mission - Meteorological Missions

    Mission - Meteorological Missions

    MetOp

    MetOp is a mission dedicated to improving weather forecasts and monitoring Earth's climate.

  • Document - Conference Presentation - Poster

    Document - Conference Presentation - Poster

    8-Use_SAR_observing_Polar_lows.pdf

    Use of SAR in observing Polar lows Birgitte Furevik (Norwegian Meteorological Inst., Norway)

  • Document - General Reference

    Document - General Reference

    BIOMASS-Report-for-Mission-Selection-An-Earth-Explorer-to-observe-forest-biomass.pdf

    The objective of the BIOMASS Mission is to determine the global distribution of forest biomass by reducing the uncertainty in the calculation of carbon stock and fluxes associated with the terrestrial biosphere.

  • Document - Proceedings

    Document - Proceedings

    Advances-in-Atmospheric-Science-and-Applications.pdf

    Proceedings in Advances in Atmospheric Science and Applications held in 18-22 June 2012 in Bruges, Belgium.