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Facing the elements in Iceland
How EUMETSAT data is used to support forecasts and hazard warnings in Iceland.
Behind the data: detecting marine heatwaves
Dr Rob Roebeling discusses the importance of satellites in detecting marine heatwaves
Tracking and tracing atmospheric change
EUMETSAT missions enhance global observations of greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution
Learning in the extreme
Using new machine learning methods to further the potential of EUMETSAT data
The ice cloud cartographer
New Ice Cloud Imager will fill in key gaps in weather forecast and climate models.
Setting sights north
Collaboration between countries in Northern Europe enables specialists to get the most out of data delivered by EUMETSAT’s programmes
Animations from Europe's first Lightning Imager
Impressive first animations from the Lightning Imager
Ensuring the speedy flow of data
Milad Tawk, Dissemination Operations Engineer, supports the Meteosat Third Generation mission.
Preventing space collisions
To keep MTG-I1 safe, a flight dynamics team monitors space debris and plans manoeuvres.
In the line of fire
How EUMETSAT satellite data is supporting wildfire management across Europe and beyond
Portrait of a lake’s death
Portrait of a lake’s death: how Copernicus data was used to profile the rapid demise of Chile’s Laguna de Aculeo
Behind the data: Better monitoring of cyclones
Satellite altimeters provide key observations that improve weather forecasting models.
In the heat of the moment
How satellite data are helping authorities and other data users to better understand the impacts of heatwaves and drought and identify warning signs
Serving the users
Sean Burns explains what’s so tricky about getting products to the people who use them.
Future focus: Towards better flood and drought monitoring
Using remote sensing data to improve understanding of floods, droughts and climate change.
Navigating space law
Mechtild Lauth, Head of Legal Affairs, supports the Meteosat Third Generation mission.
A 36,000 kilometre-journey into orbit
Spaceflight services company Telespazio helps EUMETSAT ensure a successful MTG-I1 LEOP.
The best of both worlds
How innovations in science and technology have driven Meteosat programmes to new heights.