Recent wildfires in Chile had a devastating impact on the country, its people and the environment.
Analysing how Arctic and Antarctic sea ice extent changed during the year.
EUMETSAT recently offered a five week free online course to anyone interested in learning more about how satellites monitor the oceans from space.
Here’s a list of our most impressive images and composites of this past year to transition into 2017.
This new five-minute video explains EUMETSAT’s role in the Copernicus Programme.
From new satellites to Minecraft models – a lot has been happening in the world of ocean monitoring from space in 2016...here are some highlights.
Science is made of people and part of what makes scientific research successful is the continued collaboration with peers. EUMETSAT makes a point of fostering cooperation with various agencies around the world and as part of our mission we often...
Storm Angus was the first named UK storm of autumn 2016. It brought high winds and flooding to southern parts of the country.
In our first post, EUMETSAT Chief Scientist Dr Kenneth Holmlund explains some of the challenges to be met in the years ahead.
Rob Roebeling, Climate Service and Product Expert at EUMETSAT, gives an overview of FIDUCEO, an EU-funded project dealing with accuracy and uncertainty in climate data records from Earth Observations.