More than 40 keen hackers attended EUMETSAT’s first hackathon over the weekend of 9-11 June
The third International Ocean Colour Science (IOCS) meeting took place from 15 to 18 May 2017
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.
Join scientists and engineers at EUMETSAT for a weekend exploring ocean data without getting your feet wet on 9-11 June 2017
Anne O’Carroll talks us through this mesmerising animation describing a year of sea surface temperature (SST) in 2016.
Meteosat-7, EUMETSAT’s oldest operational meteorological satellite, tomorrow begins its final journey to the great graveyard orbit in the sky.
If you would like to experience a sea voyage from southern Chile to northern Germany on a research vessel demonstrating the importance of meteorological satellites to maritime safety - but the risk of seasickness isn’t your thing - stay tuned!
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.