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Tag Archives: International Space Station
Keep your eyes peeled for eyes in the sky
On a clear night, when looking up at the heavens, it may be tempting to imagine that those little lights in the night sky are just stars, planets or aircraft, says Dr Simon Keogh, in the latest of a series … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged EUMETSAT, International Space Station, Met Office, meteorological satellites, Weather satellite Comments Off on Keep your eyes peeled for eyes in the sky
NASA Space Apps Challenge – Global winners announced
The NASA Space Apps Challenge winners have been announced and the T-10 challenge from the Met Office event in London has won the Most Inspiring Award. The idea of T-10 was to create an app that could be used in … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office in the Media Tagged International Space Station, iss, Met Office, NASA, space apps, Space Apps Challenge, tim peake Comments Off on NASA Space Apps Challenge – Global winners announced
NASA Space Apps Challenge – Growers Nation
This weekend will see the Met Office linking up with sites across the world for the NASA International Space Apps Challenge. Challenges from Met Office employees have been accepted, including Growers Nation submitted by Selena Georgiou a Radar Products Scientist. … Continue reading
Posted in Met Office News Tagged International Space Station, MetOffice, NASA, Soil, space, Space Shuttle Discovery, SpaceX, Technology Comments Off on NASA Space Apps Challenge – Growers Nation
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