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Preparing for Metop-C data
Metop-C was successfully launched on 7 November 2018. Here is updated information to help users plan and prepare for when data becomes available.
Validation of spectral band adjustment factors using lunar hyperspectral measurement
Validating spectral band adjustment factors using lunar hyperspectral measurements.
Sharp moisture boundary seen by SEVIRI and MODIS
A sharp low level moisture boundary that stretched over the central Europe in June 2018, was well observed by both the SEVIRI Dust RGB product and MODIS 0.935 µm channel.
A summer of heatwaves and drought for many
Summer 2018 in much of Europe was characterised by prolonged heatwaves, leading to droughts in some areas.
December solstice near the southern polar circle
December solstice occurred in 2018 at 22:23 UTC on 21 December and could be 'seen' in satellite imagery.
European satellite control centre of the future unveiled in Darmstadt
Europe’s most modern satellite control centre has been unveiled at the Darmstadt headquarters of EUMETSAT, the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites.
The launch of Sentinel-3B opens a new era for operational oceanography
The successful launch this evening of the Copernicus Sentinel-3B satellite from Plesetsk, Russia, will establish the European backbone of a space-based, global ocean monitoring system at the service of operational oceanography.
Metop-C – fuelling process set to begin
The Metop-C launch campaign is back in full swing and picking up pace as we approach the 7 November launch date.
Impact of undetected clouds on image navigation quality assessment
Studying the impact of undetected clouds on image navigation quality assessment.
Using Sentinel-3 to monitor chlorophyll concentrations in the Black Sea
Using Sentinel-3 ocean colour data to investigate the question 'Does a light breeze influence the distribution of chlorophyll concentrations in the Black Sea?'.
An update on the Polarstern's progress
It’s the second week aboard the Polarstern and the third blog post recording the adventure!