The brute strength of nature was particularly evident in 2017 when hurricanes, typhoons and cyclones left trails of misery in their wake in communities around the globe.
Most of us take the accuracy of weather forecasts for granted, not giving too much thought to the science, technology and global cooperation behind the information we receive.
The Flight Operations teams at EUMETSAT’s Darmstadt headquarters are carrying out an intricate, nearly two-month-long process to reposition three of Europe’s crucial Meteosat meteorological satellites.
The Paris agreement might draw the limelight but another collaborative global effort is bringing crucial understanding to our planet’s changing climate.
With the “Monitoring the oceans from space” MOOC now running for the second time we reached out to one of the tutors, Hayley Evers-King from PML, to talk about marine data and latest developments.
EUMETSAT will host a TEDx event organised by the RheinMain TEDx group.
In this post Helen Czerski, one of the educators on the course Monitoring the Oceans from Space, explains why monitoring the oceans is absolutely vital.
A massive iceberg, about three times the size of London, split off from Antarctica’s Larsen C ice shelf sometime between 10 and 12 July 2017.
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.