Category: Featured

Featured stories feature some of the best interviews and content on our site.

Branching out into the world of strategy and international relations at EUMETSAT

Rachel, an astrophysics student currently in her third year of university, interned with us over the last few months and shared her experience with all of you!

/ 7 October 2020

Tracking desert locusts with satellite services

This year brought a locust crisis to Eastern Africa, threatening food supplies in an already troubled time.

/ 21 September 2020

Smoke from exceptional California wildfires reach Europe

The fires wreaking havoc in California have produced massive amounts of smoke, causing some areas to be lined with falling ash and transforming the normal light of day into eerie orange skies.

/ 17 September 2020

Keeping an eye on air turbulence from space

For many travellers, air turbulence is often a cause of much concern and in some cases, fear. Occurring due to a variety of natural factors, air turbulence can sometimes give rise to anxiety, more so because of its seemingly unpredictable...

/ 26 August 2020

Supporting fisheries using Earth observation data

In our Day to Day series of podcasts, we discuss how Earth observation data benefits our lives in different ways.

/ 7 August 2020

Exploring data services at EUMETSAT

We talked (part remotely/part at HQ) with Joana Miguens about her interesting role, continuing our Inside EUMETSAT series.

/ 14 July 2020

Insight into Jasmin Vural’s life as a fellow

Delving further into our continuing series on fellowships, we talked to Jasmin Vural, who is almost done with hers.

/ 15 June 2020

Vasileios Barlakas shares his experience as a fellow with us

Continuing our series on fellowships, we talked to Vasileios Barlakas, who is halfway through his and talked to us about his stint so far.

/ 4 June 2020

The role of MOSAiC in EUMETSAT OSI SAF development

You might have seen several posts about the MOSAiC expedition on the Science Blog over the last six months, when we featured the reports of a group of meteorology students tracking its progress.

/ 29 May 2020