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Unravel the composition of our planet's atmosphere
The atmosphere is a complex system – how is it monitored? What threats does it face?
Relive the experience of the Atmosphere MOOC
All course material is now accessible through a new website.
EUMETSAT to provide real-time Suomi-NPP data to Copernicus Marine and Atmosphere Services
EUMETSAT has been designated by the European Commission as the provider of data from the Suomi-NPP polar-orbiting satellite of the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to the Copernicus marine and atmosphere services, for a period of 17 months. Copernicus is an EU programme for monitoring the Earth environment and security.
Meteosat Third Generation: Cutting-edge weather data
Dr Tony McNally anticipates the benefits of EUMETSAT’s next-generation satellites.
EUMETSAT to operate largest number of Sentinel missions under Copernicus 2.0 agreement
EUMETSAT becomes largest operator of Sentinel missions in Copernicus 2.0 agreement with European Commission
EUMETSAT to provide space data and operational support to Copernicus marine, atmosphere and climate change services
Alain Ratier, Director-General of EUMETSAT and Philippe Brunet, Director of Aerospace, Maritime, Security and Defence Industries within the European Commission's Directorate General for Enterprise and Industry, today signed the Agreement between the European Union and EUMETSAT on the implementation of the Copernicus Programme.
Copernicus AtmosHack a success
On 16-18 November, 10 teams from across Europe participated in the Copernicus Hackathon challenge “Hack the Atmosphere” in Helsinki, Finland.
Working together for the benefit of our planet
The 16 September 2019 once again marks the United Nations’ International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer.
EUMETSAT, Japanese space agency to cooperate on greenhouse gas monitoring
EUMETSAT and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) today signed an agreement which will result in the agencies working closely together to monitor greenhouse gases in the Earth’s atmosphere.
An update on the Polarstern's progress
It’s the second week aboard the Polarstern and the third blog post recording the adventure!