Earth Observation News

e-shape: bridging Earth observation communities to change lives

Research Directors from the National Observatory of Athens describe how their Earth observation expertise poises them to contribute meaningfully to the pioneering e-shape project. The...

InCubed: new funding for British earth observation technology

A new programme, worth over £800,000, has been made available to the UK space sector to help British earth observation businesses compete in the...

AURORA project results: new approach for atmospheric Sentinel data

Ugo Cortesi, Research Scientist from the Institute of Applied Physics (IFAC) at the National Research Council, Italy, outlines the latest results from the AURORA...

SKA Observatory to build the world’s largest radio telescope in South Africa

Officials in South Africa have ratified the convention establishing the SKA Observatory, an international project that aims to develop the world’s largest radio telescope. The...

Space technology could help us fight climate change

Margrethe Vestager, European Commission’s Executive Vice-President presents a special address at the 12th European Space Conference discussing how space technology can fight climate change. On...

Using Earth observation to improve the health of city dwellers

As many as seven million people per year die due to polluted air. Can satellites improve the health of city dwellers? Air pollution causes many...

Let’s talk about Earth observations

Climate adaptation requires a broad and integrated approach: GEO is well positioned to deliver in this area due to its experience in gathering knowledge...

Astrophysics and the European Space Agency

Frank Salzgeber, Head of Innovation and Ventures Office at ESA, explains how technology is allowing us to see further. As...

Researching planetary atmospheres

Scot Rafkin, program director in space science & engineering at Southwest Research Institute, talks about some of the latest development in planetary atmospheres research. Speaking...

SMURBS project’s portfolio of solutions for smart cities

Dr Evangelos Gerasopoulos, coordinator of the SMURBS/ERA-PLANET project, advocates for earth observation as an integral part of a smart city and outlines the progress...

Bridging the gaps between the natural and social sciences

Dr Chantal Claud outlines how the Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines Observatory is bridging the gaps between the natural and social sciences so as to better observe...

CTA and Fermi Gamma Ray Space Telescope: probing the high energy Universe

Professor Julie McEnery, NASA’s Fermi Project Scientist, tells Innovation News Network about what the Cherenkov Telescope Array (CTA) will bring to astrophysics, and how...

Earth Observation

Earth observation looks at the physical, chemical and biological systems of Earth. Researchers various sensing technologies in addition to the collection, analysis and presentation of data.

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