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03 April 2003
A vivid animation based on data from ESA's ERS-2 satellite shows the onset of the recent El Niño phenomena from July to December of last year.
03 April 2003
An advanced technique for analysing radar images shows tremendous promise for scientists studying forests, agriculture, ice and other terrain types, but experts at a recent ESA workshop cautioned ...
The simultaneous observation of the Italian coast by two instruments onboard the European Space Agency's Envisat satellite provides a striking illustration of the unique potential of combining ...
11 December 2002
This dramatic image of the Earth is the first from the Meteosat Second Generation (MSG-1) satellite, launched 28 August.
20 November 2002
Oil from the wrecked tanker off the northwest coast of Spain had already reached the Spanish coast when ESA's Envisat satellite acquired this radar image of the oil slick, stretching more than 150 ...
19 November 2002
Levels of sulphur dioxide around Mount Etna have dropped three to four times since the volcano's initial eruption, according to an analysis of ESA satellite data.
13 November 2002
From 800 km in space, you would have to squint really hard to see one of these 'a micron-sized phytoplankton and its armoured shell. But when a lot of them get together, say, a few trillion or so'
06 November 2002
Writing in tomorrow's issue of Nature magazine, European and Indonesian scientists detail their use of ESA and NASA satellite imagery to measure huge amounts of carbon dioxide released into the ...
30 October 2002
The recent eruptions of the Mount Etna volcano in Sicily are throwing huge amounts of ash and trace gases into the atmosphere. Instruments on three different ESA spacecraft have acquired imagery of...
21 October 2002
A new giant was born recently in the coastal waters of Antarctica. A series of images captured from May through the beginning of this month by ESA's Envisat satellite shows the subsequent duel ...
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