This piece is part of a series by the King’s EOES group reporting on the ‘Space – the final frontier for biodiversity monitoring?’ Symposium hosted by ZSL on Friday 29th April 2016. This article provides the context and purpose of the Symposium.
(video source: European Space Agency on Youtube) After multiple delayed launches (due to an anomaly after a power outage and bad weather), the earth-observing Sentinel-1B satellite was launched successfully last night, 25th April 2016.
Welcome to King’s EOES Blogs! This blog reports on the activities of the Earth Observation and Environmental Sensing hub (under the Department of Geography, King’s College London). Stay tuned for exciting EOES news