How clouds affect our climate

TED's series "Our changing climate" has recently released a very interesting video that investigates how clouds affect the Earth's temperature. The video explains the role of aerosol particles - tiny liquid or solid p ...

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A different type of forecast

For UK residents who suffer from hayfever and other allergies,  the Met Office regularly produce pollen forecasts. The five-day forecasts are produced every year and track the levels of pollen in the air throughout th ...

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Solar Eclipse of 20 March 2015

On 20 March 2015, Europe experienced a partial solar eclipse from 07:41 UTC to 11:50 UTC. A solar eclipse happens when the moon passes betweeen the sun and the Earth, thus blocking sunlight. Our Meteosat-10 satelli ...

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Ten images of 2014

These images were published on the EUMETSAT Flickr channel during 2014. Some were viewed a lot because they were dangerous weather events, while others were unusual views of other natural phenomena. 1. Typhoon Halong T ...

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