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Typhoon Hagibis

11 October 2019

Typhoon Hagibis is headed towards Japan's main island of Honshu, where it is expected to make landfall over the weekend. Japan is bracing for potential damage from strong winds and torrential rain.

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Can oceans turn the tide on the climate crisis?

08 October 2019

As we pump more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere, the world is warming at an alarming rate, with devastating consequences. While our vast oceans are helping to take the heat out of climate change, new research shows that they are absorbing a lot more atmospheric carbon dioxide than previously thought – but these positives may be outweighed by the downsides.

 

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Amery Iceberg

01 October 2019

A huge iceberg has broken off the Amery Ice Shelf in Antarctica. Dubbed D28, the iceberg is around 1600 sq km – about the size of Greater London. Approximately 30 km wide and 60 km long, it is estimated to weigh over 300 billion tonnes.

2015 CryoSat Ocean Baseline C reprocessed data available

27 September 2019

We're pleased to inform the CryoSat scientific community that the reprocessed CryoSat Ocean Baseline C data for all of 2015 has been published on the Science Server and is available for download.

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World Space Alliance continues to strengthen

27 September 2019

The ESA–SAP World Space Alliance continues to grow as Airbus Defence and Space, the Environmental Systems Research Institute and GeoVille join the partnership.

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Proba-V – Universal Access to Information

27 September 2019

Proba-V data is free and openly accessible through various portals. The Terrascope platform, built on the technology and expertise gained from the Mission Exploitation Platform (MEP), enables users to access, view, and analyze the Proba-V data in multiple ways and facilitates a more efficient path from data to information and new knowledge on our planet's dynamics.

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A year trapped in Arctic ice for climate science

24 September 2019

As millions of people around the world marched for urgent action on climate change ahead of this week's UN Climate Action Summit, an icebreaker set sail from Norway to spend a year drifting in the Arctic sea ice. This extraordinary expedition is set to make a step change in climate science – and ESA is contributing with a range of experiments.

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