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Ozone hole set to close

08 November 2019

The size of the ozone hole fluctuates – usually forming each year in August, with its peak in October, before finally closing in late November or December. Not only will the hole close earlier than usual in 2019, but it is also the smallest it has been in 30 years owing to unusual atmospheric conditions.

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Earth images in vogue

07 November 2019

Images of Earth from space meet fashion this week as Vogue magazine features the ‘Fragility and Beauty' exhibition in Milan, Italy. Through several satellite images, the Italian online edition of Vogue highlights how the exhibition creates a link between scientific research, space technology and art, focusing on the theme of climate change and sustainable development.

CryoSat 10th anniversary science conference - Registration open

05 November 2019

ESA are pleased to announce the forthcoming CryoSat 10th Anniversary Science Conference, which will take place from 20 to 23 April 2020 in Taormina, Sicily, Italy. Registration to the event is now open.

Swarm Bravo: L1B ASM data gap from 27 October to 4 November 2019

04 November 2019

Between the 27 October to 4 November, the ASM (Absolute Scalar Magnetometer) instrument on board Swarm Bravo was commanded in burst mode.

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Revealing interior temperature of Antarctic ice sheet

04 November 2019

As ESA's SMOS satellite celebrates 10 years in orbit, yet another result has been added to its list of successes. This remarkable satellite mission has shown that it can be used to measure how the temperature of the Antarctic ice sheet changes with depth – and it's much warmer deep down.

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SMOS 10 years in orbit

31 October 2019

SMOS has been in orbit for a decade. This remarkable satellite has not only exceeded its planned life in orbit, but also surpassed its original scientific goals.

EO Help service closed on 1 November 2019

31 October 2019

The EO Help and Order Desk service will be unavailable on Friday 1 November 2019 due to the ESA-ESRIN closure on All Saints' Day.

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Tracking Typhoon Hagibis from space

29 October 2019

Hagibis was the biggest typhoon to hit Japan in decades. With extreme events like this likely to increase in number and in severity as a consequence of climate change, satellites are playing an increasingly important role in understanding and tracking huge storms.

SMOS, ERS, Envisat data collections maintenance - 30 October 2019

29 October 2019

Due to a software maintenance on Wednesday 30 October, the following downtimes are scheduled:

  • ERS and Envisat dissemination service: from 09:00 to 11:00 CET
  • SMOS data dissemination service: from 11:00 to 13:00 CET.

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