The world we live in requires us to have our eyes open at all times – and well-focused on Earth – so that we can leave the best possible planet for the future generations. A great part of that includes...
In this recent case study, the authors present us with a crucial feature of ocean colour satellites: they can be used to measure light attenuation within a water column (an imagined column of water going from the surface of the sea, rivers or...
The students following the Polarstern have provided us with one final report on what the vessel encountered on the way to its final destination: Cape Town.
Blog number five has landed and this week the hot topic is... wind!
It's week four of the Polarstern's voyage and you know what that means - a brand-new blog post from the students following its path.
It's the second week aboard the Polarstern and the third blog post recording the adventure!
Week two from the Polarstern logbook - students from group FH38 describe what can be found on-board the vessel and what they witnessed during the first days of their virtual mission to Cape Town from Bremerhaven.
The research vessel, Polarstern, is currently travelling from Germany to Cape Town and a group of German meteorology students are reporting on its progress with weekly blog posts.
Today (8 June) is World Oceans Day and EUMETSAT is proud to bring you some out-of-this-world imagery of planet Earth’s oceans and seas.