Earth from Space: Wheatbelt, Western Australia


The Copernicus Sentinel-2 mission takes us over an area in the Wheatbelt region of Western Australia, in this week’s edition of the Earth from Space programme.

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  1. Lindas cores nos vem do hemisfério sul…As cores surgem numa escala cromática que vai do cor de rosa ao azul… apesar da secura deste continente!! Onde estão as árvores? As fotografias do Sentinela permitem a rápida detecção em 3 meses diferentes das alterações e dão informações valiosas aos cientistas e a nós!!

  2. I have a number of 'Aussie' friends. I live in the northern hemisphere. Looking forward to months of not cold and snow. Wheat is being planted here. Wheat has been harveated there. Climate change affects almost equally.Science is our tool. Esa does their part.

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