Looking back over a year of weather
This visualisation rounds up a whole year in one 20-minute video and illustrates how some of the more severe events that took place last year looked from space. You can clearly see the storm formation and activity.
When an umbrella is not enough - discussing severe storms
Tomáš Púčik spent some time with us on a recent visit to EUMETSAT to discuss his passion for thunderstorms.
GIIRS data now available on EUMETCast
Instrument onboard FY-4A satellite is now delivering the first operational data.
2019 EUMETSAT fellows make their mark at ECMWF
The research performed by the fellows is based upon proposals from our Member States and subjects covered by the fellows address, amongst other things, assimilation and analysis of various types of satellite data for global, regional and short-range numerical weather prediction models, as well as the use of satellite data at ECMWF
Another eventful year for our planet in 2018
The fascinating EUMETSAT 2018 Year of Weather video has now been published.
Switching on Metop-C’s instruments
Metop-C is now safely orbiting the Earth after a spectacular and eagerly-awaited launch on 7 November.
Metop-C – on the launch pad and ready to go
The fairing protects the satellite, which is in its final flight configuration, during the first 3-and-a-half minutes of its ascent through the atmosphere.
Metop-C – what happens after lift-off
But for our meteorological satellite, Metop-C, the launch is just the start of the important activities.
On-ground preparation for three satellites in orbit
However, it was not originally envisioned that two Metops, let alone three, would be operational at the same time.