A list of the posted blogs related to “Satellite missions” category, from the most recent to the 1st:
No borders for particles! – Red Sun, Saharan dust and smoke over whole Europe
20th OMI Science Meeting at NASA Goddard Space Institute
Preparing TROPOMI to join OMI in space in Autumn 2017
Neural Network, NO2 and aerosol height retrievals at the next 20th OMI Science Team Meeting at NASA, USA
Canada wildfires from space and ground – Seeing beyond the flames: a series of observations
UK & EU’s Earth observation space – COPERNICUS – No Brexit!
Water quality from space – Measurement campaign along Dutch monitoring lines by Eva Stierman
Wildfires in French Mediterranean region observed from MODIS
Night lights and air pollution – Similar patterns seen from space?
Improved temperature dataset from satellites show a faster warming of our climate
Vesc 2017 fieldwork – Land cover classification with Sentinel-2 – successfully finished!
Seasonal vegetation cycle in France, Vercors, observed with Sentinel-2 by TU Delft students – Vesc 2017 Fieldwork
Counting down towards the launch of TROPOMI
OMI, TROPOMI & air quality activities at the TU Delft 2017 Research exhibition – The largest scientific expo of the Netherlands – 06-08 June 2017
Vesc field-campaign 2017 – Sentinel-2 false colour composites close to Vercors area
Vesc field-campaign Land cover classification with Sentinel-2 – Ready to start in 1 week with TU Delft Bsc students!
Fighting carbon emissions from space – A clear presentation video from American OCO-2 PI
New KNMI brochure on atmospheric satellite activities, with some GRS TU Delft projects
Europe day: no atmospheric space activity without European collaboration
EPA website update… Climate facts & personal opinions
Aerosols, clouds, and our OMI work at the 3rd NASA A-Train symposium!
TROPOMI in Delta TU Delft magazine
Volcanoes on Sentinel-2 and OMI satellites watch – First global emission maps!
Satellites and atmosphere pollution measurements – 2 nice videos!
Impressive Chile wildfire smoke from satellite GOME2!