Because of government restrictions to curb the spread of the Covid-19, business operations around the world have been hindered or halted. Especially innovation and research activities are always the first to be in danger during an economic crisis.
A major anomaly on the Sentinel-1B satellite occurred in the early morning (UTC) of 23 December 2021, causing it to stop generating data. Teams of specialists immediately investigated and took action to bring the satellite back to life. #sentinel1
Copernicus Climate Change Service: Globally, the seven hottest years on record were the last seven, while carbon dioxide and methane concentrations continue to rise.
The European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service releases its annual findings
The startup and SME landscape in the space industry has grown significantly, in both value and scale, in recent years, with increasing opportunities for both funding and technical support.
To keep the value chain sustainable and on track to continue
The Water-ForCE Horizon 2020 project team invites you for its first webinar on Copernicus water services, with a focus on water and agriculture, on 26 January 2022, from 16:00 CET.
The second edition of the Women in Copernicus survey is a broad study across all users of Copernicus data. The study aims to better understand the overall situation with regards to gender equality in Earth Observation. #Copernicus #Diversity
The EU Global Action on Space is a new initiative of the European Commission that will provide many opportunities for stakeholders, companies and industry actors from around the world.
They will be able to learn more about the EU Space Programme and