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Looking down to Earth in the New Millennium

09/09/2000 254 views 0 likes
ESA / Applications / Observing the Earth

An International Symposium being held in Gothenburg in mid-October will look at the achievements of Europe’s current Earth observation missions and explore the possibilities offered by the new giant Earth observer due for launch in mid-June 2001, Envisat.

The Symposium, jointly hosted by ESA and the Chalmers University of Technology, will be held in Gothenburg, Sweden, from 16 to 20 October 2000 and is open to anyone - from scientists to operational commercial users and service providers.

The latest in a series

Gothenburg
Gothenburg

This is the latest in a series of Earth Observation conferences and workshops held since the launch of ERS-1 in 1991: the ERS Scientific Symposia in Cannes (1992), Hamburg 1993) and Florence (1997) the ERS Pilot Projects and Thematic Application Workshops in Toledo (1994), London(1995), Frascati (1995, 1996, 1999), Zurich (1996) and Liege (1999). For more information on the Symposium and how to register, visit the Symposium homepage, or contact:
Gianna Calabresi
ESA / ESRIN, Italy
tel. +39-06-94180 625
fax +39-06-94180 552
e-mail: gcalabre@esrin.esa.it

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