For all interested users, we kindly remind that the abstract submission and registration deadline of 24 April 2017 for the "Global Ocean Salinity and the Water Cycle Workshop" is approaching.
16 December 2016
Although not designed to deliver information on ice, ESA's Earth Explorer SMOS satellite can detect thin sea-ice. Since its cousin, CryoSat, is better at measuring thicker ice scientists have found a way of using these missions together to yield an even clearer picture of the changing Arctic.
14 December 2016
A planned system maintenance at ESA-ESRIN will be affecting all Earth Observation (EO) SSO services; the activity has been scheduled on Thursday 15 December from 09:30 to 10:30 CET.
07 December 2016
ESA would like to inform the SMOS data users community that the SMOS Toolbox for SNAP (Sentinel Application Platform) has been updated to fully support the next version of SMOS Level 1C and Level 2 products.
28 November 2016
A planned system maintenance will be affecting the availability of all Earth Observation (EO) SSO services at ESA-ESRIN; the activity has been scheduled on Tuesday 29 November from 09:00 to 13:00 CET.
11 November 2016
Heads of space agencies are meeting today in Marrakesh, Morocco at the COP22 climate change summit to reaffirm their commitment to a coordinated approach for monitoring Earth's climate, with particular focus on the water cycle.
A workshop on the science and applications of remotely-sensed ocean surface winds, with a focus on high or extreme wind speeds will take place from 15 to 17 November 2016. This event will be held at the Met Office in Exeter, UK.
Registration for the workshop closes on 31 October 2016, so please submit your registration soon to ensure your participation.
14 October 2016
While ESA's water mission was built to advance our understanding of Earth, it continues to show how well it's suited to delivering information for numerous applications that improve everyday life. Taking this a step further, soil moisture data products are now available within three hours of measurement, which is essential for many applications.
27 July 2016
ESA's SMOS satellite has found a rise in fresh water in the tropical Pacific Ocean during last year's El Niño event.
The SMOS Level 2 Soil Moisture data available in NRT based on a neural network approach (Level-2 SM-NRT-NN product in netCDF format) are now available via EUMETCast, within four hours from sensing.
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