Imagery and case studies of weather phenomena and environmental events observed by EUMETSAT's fleet of weather satellites.
Tropical Cyclone Sidr strikes Bangladesh
Tropical Cyclone Sidr was the fourth named storm of the 2007 North Indian Ocean cyclone season.
Eruption of Jebel Al-Tair in the Red Sea
After 124 years dormant, the Jebel Al-Tair volcano erupted throwing lava and ash hundreds of metres into the air.
Altimetric views of a typhoon
Typhoon Man-Yi struck the Japanese Okinawa island mid-July 2007, with winds blowing at speeds between 230 and 295 km/h.
Category 4 tropical cyclone Gonu hits Oman
On 3–8 June 2007 a tropical cyclone developed into category 4 storm Gonu and, travelling from the Arabian Sea into the Gulf of Oman, hit the northern Omani coast without making landfall.
New eruption of Mount Piton de la Fournaise, Reunion
In April 2007, the Piton de la Fournaise volcano in eastern Reunion, a French overseas department, was erupting for more than a week.
Discovering an ocean current using altimetry data
Ocean currents can be discovered in the 21st century: oceanographers found a current, the South Indian Counter Current, looking closely at altimetry data.
Cloud streets over the Black Sea
The Meteosat-8 images show an interesting case of cloud streets over the Black Sea.