Stunning new image of Earth from 36 000 km away
Europe’s latest weather satellite, the Meteosat Third Generation Imager, has just delivered its first image of Earth. What does this satellite do exactly? And what does this mean for weather forecasting? Learn more about the Meteosat Third Generation and how this new generation of satellites is set to revolutionise weather forecasting in Europe.
The Meteosat Third Generation image can be downloaded here: https://www.esa.int/Applications/Observing_the_Earth/Meteorological_missions/meteosat_third_generation/New_weather_satellite_reveals_spectacular_images_of_Earth
“Correction: 00:49 500 billion euro”
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Why is the satellite positioned over Africa and Europe can only be seen on the upper edge?
The goal is to monitor Europe’s weather, is it not?
Yet they still cannot predict if it will rain today 😅