GMES Copernicus gets the go-ahead18 July 2013
GMES Copernicus gets the go-ahead18 July 2013 Europe's ambitious global environmental monitoring programme will now be able to move into operation thanks to the European Parliament's approval of the multiannual financial framework budget for 2014–20.
Deep diving filmmaker becomes an aquanaut18 July 2013
Deep diving filmmaker becomes an aquanaut18 July 2013 The name Cousteau is synonymous with ocean exploration. The three-time Oscar-winning director Jacques Cousteau transformed our understanding of the underwater environment with his film work in the twentieth century.
Blue growth shows green shoots for the economy18 July 2013
Blue growth shows green shoots for the economy18 July 2013 Ireland is setting an example for how space technologies can contribute to economic growth and recovery through the maritime sector. Over 100 European specialists in policy, space technology, industry and maritime interests met on the Emerald Isle to...
SMOS gets to grips with the Gulf Stream18 July 2013
SMOS gets to grips with the Gulf Stream18 July 2013 ESA's water mission is shedding new light on the meandering Gulf Stream, just one of the SMOS satellite's numerous achievements.
GOCE settles debate on sloping sea18 July 2013
GOCE settles debate on sloping sea18 July 2013 For decades, scientists have disagreed about whether the sea is higher or lower heading north along the east coast of North America. Thanks to precision gravity data from ESA's GOCE satellite, this controversial issue has now been settled. The answer?...