Science Blog - Atmosphere
Here you can browse through all atmosphere related articles
Smoke from exceptional California wildfires reaches Europe
Satellite observations monitor the transport of emissions.
Keeping an eye on air turbulence from space
Turbulent or rough air is most commonly defined as chaotic currents of air that are disturbed by some outside force.
Vasileios Barlakas shares his experience as a fellow with us
Continuing our series on fellowships we talked to Vasileios, who is currently halfway through his.
Introducing Day to Day, EUMETSAT’s first podcast series!
Day to Day is an exciting new way for us to bring you interesting discussions around the topic of Copernicus Earth observation data.
Online Learning Opportunities
There is a wealth of online resources out there, however, if you're interested in learning more about Earth observation and satellite data, EUMETSAT has a range of material available to help you un
Working together for the benefit of our planet
Over three decades ago, protection of the depleting ozone layer
EUMETSAT to host first ever Copernicus ‘Eyes on Earth’ Roadshow
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 raising awareness for those future generations on what can be done to preserve our natural resources and the overall environment.
Relive the experience of the Atmosphere MOOC
Remember our Atmosphere MOOC that was organised with the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) at the end of last year?
Being a Training Officer at EUMETSAT
Today, Federico tells us what else life as a Training Officer entails.
First interferogram from Metop-C’s IASI instrument
In Figure 1 (below) the first interferogram of Metop-C’s IASI is shown.
Industrial and agricultural ammonia point sources exposed
Lieven Clarisse and Martin Van Damme from ULB have reported on their findings in Nature this week and they are reproduced below on our Science Blog.