A look at our most popular case studies from 2019.
We've taken a look back at the image library entries we've produced this year and, using our web and @eumetsat_users Twitter statistics, we've compiled a list of our most popular studies in 2019.
1: Tropical Cyclone Fani makes landfall in India
Tropical Cyclone Fani made landfall in Odisha, northeastern India on 3 May 2019.
2: Multiple perspectives on Hurricane Dorian
Data from a combination of EUMETSAT-operated satellites contributed to monitoring of the record-breaking Hurricane Dorian during September 2019.
3: Monitoring tropical cyclones from space
This in-depth study, first written in 2012, remains popular. It looks at how you can see tropical cyclones forming and follow where they are moving using satellite imagery.
4: Outflow of Indian winter smog over North Indian Ocean
On 6 January 2019 Indian winter smog spread over the North Indian Ocean.
5: The chemical fingerprint of Amazonian fires
Observations of formaldehyde from the GOME-2 instrument onboard Metop-B on 19-20 August 2019.
6: Huge fires in the Arctic and Siberia
Huge fires in the Arctic and Siberia during Summer 2019, were seen by the Sentinel-3 and Metop satellites.
7: US big freeze as seen from space
Features of the 'Big Freeze' which affected parts of North America in January 2019 could be seen in satellite imagery.
8: Eruption of Stromboli volcano
The Italian volcano Stromboli erupted with a series of small explosions on 3 July 2019.
9: Sentinel-3 spots Sargassum seaweed
In early July 2019, Sentinel-3 captured images showing blooms of Sargassum seaweed, which made the headlines due to their rapid growth and how far they spread.
10: Severe floods in South Africa
On the Easter weekend of 19-22 April 2019, a cut-off low (COL) weather system caused severe floods in southern parts of South Africa.