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With the commissioning of ESA's CryoSat now complete, the mission has been officially transferred to the operations team.
Since its latest series of deadly eruptions, Javaâ€™s Mt Merapi has been spewing volcanic ash clouds into the air.
This yearâ€™s ESA Innovation Prize for the European Satellite Navigation Competition has been awarded to an application that uses satellites to detect river pollution. A separate prize supported by ESA was awarded to a startup company for a pioneering system that uses satellite data to boost investment in farming.
Farmers traditionally keep a close eye on their fields, but a new ESA-led project seeks to build on their vigilance with monitoring from space.
Our view of Earth is set to become even sharper with new instruments to be carried on ESA's Sentinel-3 satellites.
Devastating around a third of the country, it is estimated that the floods in Pakistan have affected up to 20 million people.
An award-winning new website is using realtime imagery from ESA's Envisat satellite to provide a wealth of information on sea ice to aid safe passage through the treacherous waters of the Antarctic.
More than 1200 scientists from around the world have gathered in Bergen, Norway, for ESAâ€™s week-long Living Planet Symposium to present their latest findings on Earth's environment and climate using data from observation satellites.
The Council of the European Space Agency today announced that Jean-Jacques Dordain will continue as the Director General of ESA for a further period of four years.
As Arctic sea-ice recedes inexorably towards another record summer minimum, scientists have highlighted the exceptional contribution that satellites have made to the International Polar Year and charting the effects of climate change.
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