Latest ESA Centre for Earth Observation Stories
Marking a first in space, Sentinel-1A and Alphasat have linked up by laser stretching almost 36,000 km across space to deliver images of Earth just moments after they were captured.
Strengthening Europe’s contribution to the global hunt for asteroids and other natural objects that may strike Earth, the European Space Agency (ESA) inaugurated the NEO Coordination Center this week.
This week, ESA opened a new Space Weather Coordination Center to gather up-to-date information on our Sun. It is the first such data coordination center opened under the Agency’s Space Situational Awareness Programme.
The effects of climate change, population growth and economic development in the Mediterranean are posing a threat to the water supply in the region.
The sixth ESA Earth Observation Summer School wraps up today.
ESA and industry have built a strong relationship in the 35 years they have worked together. But with changing times, we should review this relationship to see what has worked well and what needs to be improved, so that it continues to grow.
The deadline for abstract submissions for the April 2012 symposium on the Sentinel-2 satellite is just around the corner.
Over 30 years of archived data from the US Landsat Earth-observing satellites are now available, free of charge. The majority of these products are unique to ESA’s archive and have never before been accessible anywhere else by the scientific user community.
Watch the celebration and scientific workshop on the legacy of the two ERS satellite missions.
Join ESA as it celebrate 20 years of Earth observations by the ERS satellites via live web stream on 27 September.