Announcing the RFI 2019 workshop in Toulouse We have the pleasure to announce that the Radio Astronomy and Remote Sensing communities are again working together in organizing an RFI 2019 Workshop to provide an opportunity for the scientific community affected by Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) to meet, report and discuss recent achievements and developments in instrumentation, methodology, and applications...

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SMOS Mission Extended to 2021! I am glad to inform you that yesterday the Program Board for Earth Observation (PB-EO) of ESA voted the SMOS mission extension following the ACEO (Advisory Committee for Earth Observation) review report: "Member states' delegations were very positive about both the achievements so far as well as the detailed plan being put forward for the extension. " CNES (the French...

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Important floods in Australia monitored thanks to SMOS... SMOS near real time  (NRT) soil moisture product has many applications. Nemesio Rodriguez Fernandez at CESBIO, monitored the recent floods in Australia using SMOS NRT product. Click to start animation

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Soil Moisture remote sensing across scales special... The Remote Sensing journal special issue "Soil moisture remote sensing across scales" is out ! You can find thirteen papers on soil moisture validation and data assimilation, new missions and algorithms, ...  in the special issue web page (link) and a summary in this Editorial. As usual with MPDI Remote Sensing, all contents are available in open access. Enjoy...

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Position opening: Using machine learning to build a... About CESBIO The CESBIO (Centre d’Etudes Spatiales de la Biosphère) is a joint research unit of Paul Sabatier University, the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS), the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES) and the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD). The laboratory aims at doing research in the domains of observation and modeling...

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Announcing the RFI 2019 workshop in Toulouse

Category : Non classé

We have the pleasure to announce that the Radio Astronomy and Remote Sensing communities are again working together in organizing an RFI 2019 Workshop to provide an opportunity for the scientific community affected by Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) to meet, report and discuss recent achievements and developments in instrumentation, methodology, and applications in tackling this problem.
The Call for Papers is attached here. RFI 2019 will take place on September 23-26 2019, in Toulouse, France. The abstract submission deadline is on May 31, 2019. Further derails are available on the workshop website at <www.rfi2019.org>.
RFI2019_Call-4-Paper

SMOS Mission Extended to 2021!

Category : CATDS, Data, L1, L2, L3, L4, Non classé, Satellite

I am glad to inform you that yesterday the Program Board for Earth Observation (PB-EO) of ESA voted the SMOS mission extension following the ACEO (Advisory Committee for Earth Observation) review report:

« Member states’ delegations were very positive about both the achievements so far as well as the detailed plan being put forward for the extension. « 

CNES (the French Space Agency also funding the mission exploitation), has already granted funding until 2021 (actually 2019 with extension to 2021 pending PB-EO vote which we now have).

So, should everything go nicely with the satellite and platform, we have data guaranteed until  2021!

Congratulations and many thanks to all the actors of this success.

SMOS is now over 9 year old and still going strong by the way!

Yann

Important floods in Australia monitored thanks to SMOS NRT soil moisture

Category : L2

SMOS near real time  (NRT) soil moisture product has many applications. Nemesio Rodriguez Fernandez at CESBIO, monitored the recent floods in Australia using SMOS NRT product.

20190205-TownsvilleClick to start animation

« Soil Moisture remote sensing across scales » special issue

Category : Non classé

The Remote Sensing journal special issue « Soil moisture remote sensing across scales » is out !

You can find thirteen papers on soil moisture validation and data assimilation, new missions and algorithms, …  in the special issue web page (link) and a summary in this Editorial.

As usual with MPDI Remote Sensing, all contents are available in open access.

Enjoy !

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