Astronauts have been taking photographs of the Earth from space for over 50 years and Earth Observation scientists have used satellite images for a similar amount of time.
The EO Detective activities aim to demonstrate how a vantage point in space, such as the International Space Station, provides a unique perspective from which people can monitor environmental processes and change.
During his mission to the International Space Station, Tim Peake shared many spectacular photographs of the Earth. During this interview, recorded in March 2017, he talks about taking the photographs and what such images can be used for. The teacher guide will help you find the segment or sections that are most...
Earth Observation (EO) scientists collect information about the Earth – the land, the sea and the atmosphere – using sensors carried on satellites, aircraft, ships, buoys floating on the ocean and thousands of weather stations around the world. There is now a great deal of data available and scientists are finding...