Science meets Sentinel-306 December 2013
Science meets Sentinel-306 December 2013 With the first of the Sentinel satellites being readied for launch next spring, scientists are looking ahead to the third mission in the series to ensure the highest quality data possible.
Mapping the world’s largest coral reef29 November 2013
Mapping the world’s largest coral reef29 November 2013 Scientists have used satellite observations to create a set of high-resolution 3D maps of the entire Great Barrier Reef – a critical step towards identifying, managing and protecting what lies beneath the waters.
Checking in on Sentinel-1A22 November 2013
Checking in on Sentinel-1A22 November 2013 The media had a sneak peek at the first Sentinel satellite today ahead of its launch next spring.
Sentinel-1 competition: and the winner is …19 November 2013
Sentinel-1 competition: and the winner is …19 November 2013 In March, ESA’s centre for Earth observation, ESRIN, in Italy opened its doors to children aged 8–13 to learn more about European space research. A drawing and slogan competition about Sentinel-1 was just one of the many activities on offer during the...
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Industry Committee approves CopernicusThough further steps are still to come the Regulation approval process moves forward
Copernicus supports SardiniaCopernicus satellite images support the Italian Civil Protection department to tackle floods in Sardinia
Emergency maps for Typhoon HaiyanMaps for Typhoon Haiyan available from the Copernicus Emergency Management Service
Sentinel-1 imagesTOPS simulated Sentinel-1 images released