Proba-V data ready for use03 December 2013
Proba-V data ready for use03 December 2013 Less than seven months after launch, Earth-watcher Proba-V is ready to provide global vegetation data for operational and scientific use.
Italy in an espresso cup22 August 2013
Italy in an espresso cup22 August 2013 This cloudless view of central and northern Italy, the snow-capped Alps and the European heartland was snapped by an experimental camera, smaller than an espresso cup, aboard ESA’s minisatellite Proba-2.
Proba-2 eye-to-eye with Typhoon Soulik17 July 2013
Proba-2 eye-to-eye with Typhoon Soulik17 July 2013 The swirling eye of Typhoon Soulik as it approached Taiwan last Friday is caught by a tiny espresso cup-sized camera on one of ESA’s smallest satellites, Proba-2.
Probing vegetation across the globe10 July 2013
Probing vegetation across the globe10 July 2013 The first global map of vegetation from the recently launched Proba-V has been unveiled, demonstrating that the minisatellite is on track to continue a 15-year legacy of global vegetation monitoring from space.
Proba-V tracking aircraft in flight from orbit13 June 2013
Proba-V tracking aircraft in flight from orbit13 June 2013 ESA’s Proba-V has become the first satellite to pick up aircraft tracking signals, allowing aircraft across the globe to be followed in flight from space.
Proba-V opens its eyes17 May 2013
Proba-V opens its eyes17 May 2013 Earth watcher Proba-V is in good health following its launch last week. The Vegetation imager has been switched on and the first image has been captured over western France.