‘Climate from Space’ demo


Discover our planet’s changing climate through the eyes of satellites with Climate from Space, a new digital book for iPad (https://itunes.apple.com/WebObjects/MZStore.woa/wa/viewSoftware?id=1061553589&mt=8) and Android (https://www.amazon.com/European-Space-Agency-Climate-from/dp/B01NBKKHYK/ref=sr_1_3?s=mobile-apps&ie=UTF8&qid=1487766438&sr=1-3) tablets featuring interactive maps and video interviews with top scientists.

Showcasing more than 30 years of global satellite observations, this app explains climate change, the effect it has on our daily lives, and how satellites are monitoring the climate.

For more information, read ‘Climate at your fingertips’:

Copyright: Planetary Visions; music: “View of the Greenland Sea north of Siglufjörður, 2” by The Gateless Gate, CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

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  1. I would like an interactive model of the globe, where we can add data channels, and adjust the date, or press 'play' to run through at different speeds, in order to explore the data myself. It also needs a scale to make it possible to interpret. ESA, can you develop an interface to present this data interactively please?

  2. The theory of the anthropogenic greenhouse effect states that the IR remission from the middle to the upper troposphere into space decrease at a higher greenhouse gas concentration.
    Is there any experiment verifying this theory?

    Im just asking because the laws of thermodynamic say that a good absorber is also a good emitter..

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