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The European Space Agency’s Living Planet Program comprises a science and research element as well as an Earth Watch element, which is designed to facilitate the delivery of Earth observation data for use in operational services.

About 1,700 participants of the Living Planet Symposium are expected in Edinburgh, Scotland, on Sept. 9-13 for the European Space Agency’s largest annual scientific event.

Organized and hosted by the agency with the support of the UK Space Agency, the symposium brings together scientists and users from across the globe to present their latest findings on Earth’s environment and climate derived from satellite data. Results from a range of Earth observation missions will be presented, and missions in development will be introduced.

Image courtesy of ESA/AOES Medialab.

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