04 October 2017
ESA is offering over 100 opportunities for industry, start-ups and scientific institutions to develop innovative ideas that bring Earth observation science closer to society.
The release 5 of the GOCE space wise grids at ground level and at satellite height have been made available on the GOCE Virtual Online Archive. The updated grids can be accessed via the archive under 'GOCE Gravity Models'.
07 February 2017
The detailed programme for the Fourth Swarm Science Meeting and the Geodetic Missions Workshop can now be consulted online.
24 November 2016
The Fourth Swarm Science Meeting and the accompanying Geodetic Missions Workshop are organised at the Park Lodge Hotel in Banff, Alberta, Canada from 20 to 24 March 2017. This is a reminder for all users interested in participating to the event that the deadline for abstract submission - 04 December 2016 - is approaching fast.
26 August 2016
Jointly with partners in Canada, the European Space Agency is organizing a cornerstone event in the area of exploitation of data from Swarm and geodetic satellite missions, including GOCE, GRACE and future missions.
The Fourth Swarm Science Meeting and the accompanying Geodetic Missions Workshop will be held at the Park Lodge Hotel in Banff, Alberta, Canada from 20 to 24 March 2017 alongside the CryoSat North-American Science Meeting.
13 May 2016
ESA has created a User Satisfaction Survey which aims to help us to improve the services to all users of ESA Earth Observation, Copernicus Sentinel and Third Party Missions.
More than 600 participants have already provided their feedback during the recent Living Planet Symposium in Prague.
The survey, addressed to both scientific and commercial data users, will remain open until 31 May 2016.
A new version of the data visualisation tool VT GOCE is now available. It can be accessed directly via VT GOCE Web.
Out of the complete set of 6 global gravity gradients grids, at 225 km and at 255 km altitude, two full gradient grids have been updated due to computation algorithm improvements and a correction of the file header. The new grids now cover a longer time window and exhibit a reduced noise level.
GOCE/GRACE combined gravity gradients grids, with and without topographic corrections at 225 and 255 km, have been computed and made available, for geophysical modelling studies, by the GOCE+ GeoExplore project.
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