EUMETSAT opened its doors to a group of 21 young women for Germany's annual Girls' Day. The participants, aged 11 to 14, spent the day at Headquarters in Darmstadt, learning about the organisation's role in providing wea ...
Interview with Anne O'Carroll.
What does your job as a remote sensing scientist in EUMETSAT's Ocean Team involve?
My role focuses on measuring the temperature of the sea’s surface using data from infra-red instrume ...
A big thanks to the Dublin Youth Theatre Group for helping to bring the Learning Zone site to life!
Interview with Richard Dyer, Spacecraft Operations Engineer.
Your role is Spacecraft Operations Engineer with EUMETSAT’s Metop Low Earth Orbit Satellites. What does it involve?
There’s no such thing as a norm ...
One of the easiest ways to see weather satellite images is by using a EUMETCast Reception Station. All you need is a computer and satellite dish, set-up with specialist processing and visualisation software.
What i ...
Sea level varies as the ocean warms or cools, as water is transferred between the ocean and continents, between the ocean and ice sheets, and as water is redistributed within the ocean due to the tides and changes in the ...