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- May 21, 2022

This @CopernicusEU #Sentinel2 image features the Po Valley, the most densely populated area in Italy 🇮🇹 This composite image contains several images captured between June 2018 and February 2019, allowing us to see the area free from clouds and smog https://t.co/Tjgq3SZlot https://t.co/wKwLVyOjD9
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- May 21, 2022

We're almost there! 🙌 .@esa's Living Planet Symposium starts next week! If you're going to be there, don't forget to use the official hashtag: #LPS22 See ya 😉 https://t.co/ICqtc4OBev
h J R
@ESA_EO

- May 21, 2022

By using data from the @CopernicusEU #Sentinel5P satellite, scientists were able to detect nitrogen dioxide plumes from individual ships... from space 🚢 https://t.co/QwOZgw65fl 📷: Nitrogen dioxide emission patterns in dark red over the central Mediterranean Sea (2018) https://t.co/5AbL3wCWtP
h J R
@ESA_EO

- May 21, 2022

We are on our way to BONN and #LPS22! It’s a long train ride… any suggestions for a good book/to series? Post them in the comments for everyone to be inspired - we have almost 4000 attendees travelling to the conference😅 Bonus points if it’s set in outer space of course! https://t.co/CBDCaxB9I6
h J R
@ESA_EO

- May 21, 2022

In 2018, we sent a powerful laser to space 🚀 .@esa_aeolus #EarthExplorer mission is among the most ambitious lasers ever flown in space. It carries crucial technology that shines down to map Earth’s winds 🌬️ 👉But the laser was tricky to perfect: https://t.co/Z0UKZBuGjF https://t.co/xnizQN8DAA
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