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Dead Sea

18 December 2018


In this last image for 2018, Proba-V takes a peak at the Dead Sea, on the border of Israel, Jordan and the West Bank, with the cities of Jerusalem and Bethlehem (grey) to the west.

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Mount Triglav, Slovenia

14 December 2018

Captured on 6 May 2018, Copernicus Sentinel-2A takes us over Mount Triglav in Slovenia. At 2,800 km above sea level, the mountain is the highest in the country.

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Southern Alps, New Zealand

11 December 2018


In this May 2018 image, Proba-V glanced at the snow-capped mountains of the Southern Alps, stretching over 500 km along New-Zealand's South Island.

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Chachani, Peru

07 December 2018

The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over the Chachani mountain in Peru, with this image captured on 14 July 2017.

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Mexico City

30 November 2018

The Copernicus Sentinel-1 mission takes us over Mexico City with this striking image created using three Copernicus Sentinel-1 acquisitions from 28 July, 27 August and 26 September 2018.

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Yellowstone National Park, USA

27 November 2018


These Proba-V images show Yellowstone National Park in the United States during the four seasons, from autumn through to summer.

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Discover more about our planet with the Earth from Space video programme. Join ESA every Friday at 10:00 CEST for an 800 km-high tour with spectacular images from Earth-observing satellites.

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See views of the Earth acquired by the Proba-V satellite. A new Proba-V image, produced by VITO, is published each week and demonstrates applications of the vegetation mission.

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The Earth Watching project is an ESA/ESRIN service to help local authorities and to promote the benefits of remote sensing data during emergencies, sending images and articles to newspapers, magazines and TV stations.

The Earth Watching website features not only imagery of natural disasters, but also promotes various satellite remote sensing applications through images and articles. Some examples are shown in the special events part of the website.

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