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New European satellite provides crystal-clear view of Arctic

In June of last year, a satellite called Sentinel-2 rocketed into space. The orbiter is part of the European Commission’s Copernicus program, whose satellite missions allow everything from soil studies to maritime surveillance. 760 more words


Strengthening Tropical Storm Julia to Flood Southeastern US Coast Into this Weekend

By Alex SosnowskiAccuWeather

Tropical Storm Julia will linger and increase the risk of problems related to heavy rain, gusty winds and rough seas to coastal areas of Georgia and the Carolinas into Friday. 63 more words

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How Quickly Climate Change Is Accelerating, in 167 Maps

WHEN IT COMES to explaining climate change, it helps to have clear, convincing evidence on hand. Ed Hawkins, a climate scientist at the University of Reading with a knack for data-visualization, specializes in precisely this kind of evidence. 336 more words


Tropical Depression 9 to Target US Gulf Coast Late this Week

By Kristina PydynowskiAccuWeather

Tropical Depression Nine developed just south of Florida on Sunday and will turn toward the northeastern Gulf Coast of the United States later this week. 48 more words

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The best way to predict poverty is by combining satellite images with machine learning

The first step to eliminating poverty is identifying the regions most by plagued it.

In 2015, the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals set forth 17 global missions. 664 more words

Satellite Imagery & Contours!

This week has been one of giving the system a good and thorough testing to make sure it is in a good position for the next major phase of development. 778 more words

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