Science Snap (#20): Sentinal-1A Dress Rehearsal

Originally posted on the EGU blog network On the 3rd April 2014 the new satellite Sentinel-1 will be launched from¬†French Guinea into space. It’s the satellite that has the InSAR community pretty excited as it will provide free Earth Observation data covering nearly all the world’s volcanoes. Once the satellite is launched and is sat […]

Science snaps (1): Africa’s Ups and Downs

Previously published on the EGU Blog Network¬†on 16th August 2013 Each week we’ll be featuring our favourite ‘science snaps’ on the blog. These posts will showcase images, photos, films and figures that we encounter on a day-to-day basis, as well as things which we simply think are cool and should be gawped at. All of […]