Month: June 2017

Sea ice on the move and how satellites help us track it

Thomas Lavergne from MET Norway talks about tracking the movement of sea ice from space and why it’s so important, not least for polar bears.

/ 26 June 2017

Hacking Copernicus marine data @EUMETSAT

More than 40 keen hackers attended EUMETSAT’s first hackathon over the weekend of 9-11 June

/ 22 June 2017

IOCS2017 – International Ocean Colour experts meet up in Lisbon

The third International Ocean Colour Science (IOCS) meeting took place from 15 to 18 May 2017

/ 14 June 2017

Extending the working lifetime of the Metop-A weather satellite

This autumn, EUMETSAT will allow the Metop-A weather satellite to start drifting from its normal orbit to extend its lifetime for an additional four years.

/ 7 June 2017

An ocean of data in action

Join scientists and engineers at EUMETSAT for a weekend exploring ocean data without getting your feet wet on 9-11 June 2017

/ 1 June 2017