Latest Microwave radiometer Stories
Detecting drought before it causes more catastrophe: the news could go down like a cool drink of water for regions feeling the heat.
Researchers who braved the harsh conditions of the Antarctic ice sheet will help bring about a better understanding of what lies beneath the South Pole. To help in that understanding, the teams also looked at data from the GOCE and SMOS satellites.
ESA’s Earth Explorers have again shown how they are surpassing expectations. Designed to map soil moisture and ocean salinity, the versatile SMOS satellite has demonstrated that it can also offer unique information to improve hurricane forecasts.
A campaign in one of the remotest regions on Earth in ensuring that the SMOS mission is delivering reliable data.
Radiometrics Corporation announces successful deployments of the MP-3000A radiometer system for improved prediction of short-term weather impacting wind power generation and utility load forecasting.
The Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society awards certificates of this kind only every two to three years.
A new observatory is about to leave Earth to map a powerful compound of global importance: Common everyday sea salt.
The breakthrough moment for oceanographer Gary Lagerloef, the principal investigator for NASA's new Aquarius mission, came in 1991.
Final preparations are under way for the June 9 launch of the international Aquarius/SAC-D observatory.
With more than a few stamps on its passport, NASA's Aquarius instrument on the Argentinian SatÃ©lite de Aplicaciones CientÃficas (SAC)-D spacecraft will soon embark on its space mission to "taste" Earth's salty ocean.
- The act of sweetening by admixture of some saccharine substance.