ESA's Sentinel-1 mission monitors changes on Earth with millimeter precision. The deformation of the land surface, its subsidence, rapid urbanization — nothing happens unseen and above all, not without reason.
Earth observation satellites can help us understand planet Earth better. They can do much more than just predicting the weather - an overview
From the snowy landscapes of Central Siberia to the depths of the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, the European Space Agency's Copernicus Sentinel satellite brings us breathtaking pictures of Earth from space. Be mesmerized.
The European Space Agency has launched the newest addition to its multi-billion-euro Copernicus program. The monitoring network aims to track pollution, deforestation, weather, and other changes on Earth's surface.
So far the EU's Copernicus program has sent three Sentinel satellites to observe Earth - 1A, 2A and 3A. But they're just the first halves. Enter Sentinel-1B, and the first mission becomes whole.
A new European Earth-watching satellite, Sentinel 3, is in orbit. Its primary task is to track and collect data on changes in the oceans, atmosphere, vegetation and ice caps.
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Earth Observation Satellites provide us with lots of free and open data. The next satellite in line to join the Copernicus program is the Sentinel-3A satellite. It’s due to launch in early December.
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