RT: KSAT_GMS@twitter.com

Norwegian Ground Motion Service - - is live at ngu.insar.no !!
A textbook example of making @CopernicusEU data work for citizens, governments and society all together.

Entra en vigor zona de bajas emisiones en la que estará restringido el tráfico de vehículos, excepto residentes, transporte público, los vehículos de determinados colectivos necesarios para la vida del distrito y los menos contaminantes


The sensors on board take one image for each band so
there is a slight temporal offset between the images taken. This offset is corrected for ground level so objects on the ground appear as if taken by a single camera at the same time. The parralax error introduced by the altitude of the plane leads to this visible offset

via: Pierre_Markuse@twitter.com

More technical explanation about parallax effects on stackexchange:


RT: CopernicusEU@twitter.com

For plane chasers
When we published imagery of the 🇮🇹 region after the torrential rains of end October, we did not notice this airplane flying over Venice, and the nice rainbow coloured-contrail


🛰 image acquired on 31/10 Processing by Angelina Bekasov

Cool Images of by the Sentinel Vision team.

As other archipelagoes of Macaronesia, Canary islands are thought to be the product of hotspots.

The Teide-Pico Viejo stratovolcano, at 3,718 m, is the highest peak on Spanish soil. Rising 7,500 m above the ocean floor, it is regarded as the world’s third-tallest volcanic structure.


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Seems like is a collaboration between Lockheed Martin & AWS to integrate the new AWS Ground Station service with Lockheed Martin’s new Verge antenna network.


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WOW!! AWS now have Ground Stations as a Service to command and control satellites, downlink & process satellite data on-demand.


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We are proud to have played our small part in InSight's #MarsLanding. Congratulations NASA!

Almost there. Good Luck!!

Live coverage starts at 19:00 GMT (20:00 CET).


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In summary:
- Exxon Mobile knew since at least the 70s about the potential harm caused by global warming and greenhouse gas emissions.

- In the 80s, they concluded that global warming would actually be good for profits; the polar ice caps would melt, making it easier to get at Arctic oil reserves.

- They started to collaborate with other fossil fuel companies to knowingly lie about CO2 emissions and its effects, in order to stop any global coordinated efforts to to prevent climate change.

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I am so fucking angry.

Oil companies, for decades, have been DELIBERATELY ACCELERATING global warming in order to MELT THE FUCKING MELT THE POLAR ICE CAPS so they can extract oil from the Arctic more easily!


These people are murderers. They are destroying our planet and wiping out the human and non-human life for easy profit!

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‘LinkedIn processed 18 million email addresses of non-users for targeted advertising’


“LinkedIn processed the email addresses of 18 million non-members and targeted them with advertising on Facebook without permission, an audit by the [Irish] Data Protection Commissioner has found.”

Also on our forum: forum.ind.ie/t/linkedin-proces

Set to Land on November 26

After 6.5 months traveling at 10,660 kph

via: NASAInSight@twitter.com

RT: Oatmeal@twitter.com

Dear internet: next week we're landing on Mars. Here's everything you need to know.


– an equal-area version of the Robinson map projection

(PDF) The Equal Earth map projection. Available from: researchgate.net/publication/3 [accessed Nov 20 2018].

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