Follow the RV Polarstern

The Polarstern, a research vessel of the German Alfred Wegner Institute, is undertaking a 30 day journey from Punta Arenas in Chile to Bremenhaven in Germany. The boat left Chile on 21 March 2017 and has now reached t ...

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10 impressive storms of 2016

To welcome the new year we made a gallery of our favourite storm images of 2016. 1. Subtropical storm Alex The first storm to open our gallery was seen from EUMETSAT’s Metop-B polar orbiting satellite on 14 January. ...

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Adrian Jost at EUMETSAT

Adrian Jost is a young student that came to EUMETSAT in 2013 for a two weeks internship. He came back last week on the occasion of a TEDxRheinMain tour of our control centre and we took the opportunity to interview him a ...

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Inside EUMETSAT – Part 4

As promised, Jonas is leaving EUMETSAT in this weeks episode as he has been invited for an exclusive interview at the DWD in Offenbach, about weather forecasting. Click the video above and get ready for some knowledge ...

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The importance of raindrop sizes

We all know how important weather forecasts are, whether it is to plan an activity outside or a trip, or even just to know what to wear for the day. The regular forecast that we see on TV or nowadays on our phones, al ...

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