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The Advisory Committee for Earth Observation

27 March 2018

In this special edition of the Earth from Space programme, Martin Visbeck, Head of Physical Oceanography at GEOMAR and new Chair of the Advisory Committee for Earth Observation (ACEO), and Josef Aschbacher, Director of ESA's Earth Observation Programmes, join the show to discuss how ACEO will further benefit Earth observation and science.

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Sentinel-3B launch preparations in full swing

23 March 2018

With the Sentinel-3B satellite now at the Plesetsk launch site in Russia and liftoff set for 25 April, engineers are steaming ahead with the task of getting Europe's next Copernicus satellite ready for its journey into orbit.

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Safeguarding our most precious resource: Water

22 March 2018

According to this year's Global Risk Report by the World Economic Forum, water crises are one of the five biggest risks to society. ESA is working with development banks to help water-resource authorities use information from satellites to manage this precious resource.

ESA Earth Observation Φ-week approaching deadline

22 March 2018

Users interested in participating in ESA's Φ-week event on 22-26 October 2018 are kindly reminded to submit an abstract and/or request for a booth within the deadline of 01 Apr 2018.

ESA forms new Earth observation advisory group

22 March 2018

ESA's former Earth Science Advisory Committee has been changed, in name and in fact. Now called the Advisory Committee for Earth Observation, it is the senior advisory body to the Director of Earth Observation Programmes, acting as the Director General's representative, on all matters concerning Earth sciences included in ESA's Earth observation science programme.

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Join us for Sentinel-3 launch

21 March 2018

Be a part of Europe's Earth observation revolution by applying to join experts at one of two Sentinel-3B launch #SocialSpace activities on 25 April.

New Ocean Monitoring Indicators provide key reference for climate change

21 March 2018

The Copernicus Marine Service has released a new ocean information product. The Ocean Monitoring Indicators (OMIs) are free downloadable datasets which cover the past 25 years of key variables used in monitoring oceanic trends in line with climate change, including ocean warming, sea level rise and melting of sea ice. This free and open ocean information allows users to track the vital health signs of the ocean over the past quarter of a century.

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