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12 August 2019
As announced on 29 July, the PlanetScope and SkySat missions are Third Party Missions under evaluation.
This will allow any interested user to investigate the suitability of the data for scientific and R&D activities.
Learn more about the available data from these missions:
06 August 2019
The second satellite to join the constellation that forms the European Data Relay System (EDRS) has been successfully launched.
05 August 2019
The data gap registered on 15 and 16 July 2019, due to the VFM issue on Swarm Charlie (see related news). has been partially recovered.
30 July 2019
This Copernicus Sentinel-3 image shows a number of fires, producing plumes of smoke. The smoke has carried air pollution into the Kemerovo, Tomsk, Novosibirsk, and Altai regions.
30 July 2019
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.
29 July 2019
In the framework of the Earthnet programme, ESA and its Member States continue to stimulate global cooperation between space actors around activities aiming to acquire and share resources and knowledge on our planet for the benefit of all citizens.
Recently, it was decided to continue the data assessment of three constellations:
25 July 2019
An extreme heatwave has hit Europe once again this week, following extreme weather in June. High temperatures are expected to peak today, reaching as high as 39—40°C, with Netherlands, Belgium and Germany recording their highest ever temperatures. Paris reached a sweltering 41°C, breaking its previous record in 1947.
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