ESA’s Earth Explorers surpassing expectations


Forging state-of-the-art space technologies, our Earth Explorer satellite missions continue to surpass expectations with a range of interesting and complementary results that go beyond their original goals. In this video, learn how each mission is contributing to Earth science, and changing the way we look at our beloved planet.

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  1. These missions may not get the attention they deserve, which is quite sad. But I am glad to see ESA keeps going on with their observation missions. Guess without such missions, we'd be even more prone to wild weather. With these studies we hopefully will one day be able to understand and possibly predict weather even better, especially in times of global climate shift.

  2. Buenas , bien por las misiones y lis estudios realizados por estas demuestran una clara degradacion del planeta en sus investigaciones realizadas , es hora de concientizar y buscar la forma de no seguir contribuyendo con la destruccion del planeta .

  3. Exploring is awesome and the visualization provided is gorgeous. I hope that the EU and global community can act faster on climate change. We have known about the climate change since the 70s and in the late 80s there was no more evidence of this being "just weather".

    I have seen a Deep Sky Video about the magnetic field of planets today and they showed data from said missions. I have been to a lecture from a biology professor who developed the mathematical models to use the narrowband flex cameras to calculate photosynthesis.

  4. Nice! I understand that most instruments work with a single or a range of frequencies, either with laser or antenna. Or they use a camera to capture specific wavelengths. But how do you measure Biomass?

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