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23 September 2002
Based on satellite data from the European Space Agency, the national meteorological centre of the Netherlands predicts the Antarctic ozone hole will break apart this week, months earlier than usual.
19 September 2002
California scientists credit synthetic aperture radar imagery from the European Space Agency with making possible new ways to depict earthquake fault zones and uncovering unusual earthquake-related...
As cleanup efforts begin in the wake of the devastating flooding of Europe's Elbe River, satellite imagery is providing crisis managers and other civil agencies with a new tool not only for ...
A German supply vessel and its crew are stuck in Antarctica until October after severe winds and ice fields 7 metres high forced an Argentinian rescue ship to retreat. A radar image from ESA's ...
30 July 2002
The Medium Resolution Imaging Spectrometer (MERIS) onboard ESA's Envisat environmental satellite captured this dramatic image of Hurricane Elida off the west coast of Mexico on 25 July 2002.
16 July 2002
An unusually heavy Antarctic sea-ice pack has kept polar supply ship Magdalena Oldendorff trapped for more than a month. A multinational rescue mission already evacuated passengers and ...
The ESA ERS-ENVISAT Symposium entitled "Looking down to Earth in the New Millennium" was organized jointly by ESA and the Chalmers University of Technology and was held the Svenska Mässan, the ...
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