Why does satellite #GPS black out? #swarmmission reveals it’s down to thunderstorms in ionosphere & plasma bubbles https://t.co/WckROGeB3R pic.twitter.com/76aITd7j07 — ESA (@esa) October 28, 2016


#sentinel1 & #cloudcomputing keeping an eye on #european #seismic zones through #TEPs #GTEP #earthquake https://t.co/RIOPsfn53L pic.twitter.com/NWPrSvWktk — ESA EarthObservation (@ESA_EO) October 28, 2016

@hansbuskes The crater is predicted to be about 50 cm deep – not metres. — ESA (@esa) October 28, 2016

.@ESAGaia spies two stars temporarily magnified by cosmic lenses! One of them is expected to brighten again soon: https://t.co/IEZ0bqqIbI pic.twitter.com/t7ach5zgVt — ESA Science (@esascience) October 28, 2016

For more info or to download the #Sentinel2 image of Russia’s Putoransky State Nature Reserve, click https://t.co/eRy8oLFhVF #EarthfromSpace pic.twitter.com/rBgQfuypig — ESA EarthObservation (@ESA_EO) October 28, 2016

Discover Russia’s Putoransky State Nature Reserve with #Sentinel2 in this week's #EarthfromSpace video https://t.co/3WeBsyIjVc — ESA EarthObservation (@ESA_EO) October 28, 2016

Live NOW from @esaoperations #marsexpresspower challenge! #Opendata #datamining https://t.co/7MzlAg9kE9 — ESA (@esa) October 28, 2016

WATCH #EarthfromSpace at 10:00 CEST, today looking at Russia's Putoransky State nature reserve https://t.co/KLaB2hBAKt pic.twitter.com/SMnLezI5b9 — ESA (@esa) October 28, 2016