09 March 2018
ESA is pleased to announce the reopening of the Announcement of Opportunity (AO) CAL/VAL Call for the Aeolus wind lidar mission.
09 March 2018
The level 1 data of the redundant GOCE GPS receiver have been made available on the GOCE Virtual Online Archive. The data set contains the RINEX data and the SST nominal L1b products and covers the de-orbiting period.
08 March 2018
Originally designed as a two-year mission and launched on 22 October 2001, Proba-1 is still going strong, providing very valuable hyper-spectral data.
05 March 2018
Near the end of last year, due to a huge amount of interest from the users, it was decided to acquire Proba-V data over Antarctica from November 2017 to February 2018.
The campaign has now been completed: the 1 km, 300 m and 100 m resolution products of Antarctica are available online via the Proba-V Distribution Platform in the respective product collections.
01 March 2018
The international science community is invited to participate in the EarthCARE Science and Validation Workshop, which will take place in Bonn, Germany, from 11 to 15 June 2018.
The abstract submission deadline of 16 March 2018 applies to the EarthCARE Science Workshop only.
01 March 2018
Italy is usually associated with relatively warm weather, but this week it, too, has fallen victim to the cold snap nicknamed the Beast from the East.
The European Space Agency (ESA) in collaboration with the French Space Agency (CNES) is organising an exceptional Symposium on 25 years of Progress in Radar Altimetry.
Users wishing to submit an abstract still have a chance to do so – the deadline for abstract submission has been extended until 08 March 2018.
27 February 2018
The 2nd Proba-V Symposium has been organised by the European Space Agency (ESA) in cooperation with the Belgian Science Policy Office (BELSPO). The event will take place in Ostend (Belgium), from 29 to 31 May 2018.
Users interested in attending the symposium can now register via the Conference Website until the deadline of 29 April 2018.
23 February 2018
As part of the way Earth works as a system, carbon is continuously passed between the ocean, the land and the atmosphere. This involves a range of different processes, some of which can be observed by satellites. Human activity is disturbing these natural processes and causing a rise in atmospheric carbon dioxide. Satellites and ESA's Climate Change Initiative are helping to improve our understanding of the carbon cycle and its role in climate change.
22 February 2018
With the aim of making the best possible use of existing satellites, ESA and Canada have made a deal that turns Swarm into a four-satellite mission to shed even more light on space weather and features such as the aurora borealis.
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