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EOhopS

The EOhopS call, part of the ESA TPM programme, opens an EO data hosted-processing offer to scientists and R&D users.

OSEO

The Open Science Earth Observation (OSEO) call offers to scientists the opportunity to exploit at no cost a full archive of optical EO data for science, applications and technological innovation, by offering services which exploit state of the art ICT.

S3VT

The S3VT call is open to relevant and interested groups and individuals worldwide; group responses are particularly welcome.

Swarm

Interested users may - at any time - submit proposals for the use of Swarm validated Level 1b and Level 2 data through a dedicated interface.

G-POD

ESA is offering all scientists with the possibility to perform bulk processing exploiting the large ESA Earth-observation archive together with ESA available GRID computing and dynamic storage resources.
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Shared vision strengthens Europe's space strategy

08 November 2017

Working together for three decades, ESA and EUMETSAT have been instrumental in positioning Europe as a leader in observing Earth from space.
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Continuing to share a vision, the two organisations have signed a statement that will strengthen Europe in meteorology and climate monitoring, and that will help to take the Copernicus programme into the future.
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Sentinel-5P brings air pollution into focus

01 December 2017

Launched on 13 October, the Sentinel-5P satellite has delivered its first images of air pollution.
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Even though the satellite is still being prepared for service, these first results have been hailed as exceptional and show how this latest Copernicus satellite is set to take the task of monitoring air quality into a new era.