Welcome to the Campaigns at work blog!
This blog is operated by the European Space Agency (ESA) as an unofficial and in-depth source of information for the general public, media and anyone interested in following ESA’s Campaigns teams as they carry out a range of field experiments to support ESA’s Earth observation missions and new instrument development.
It is updated by editors from the ESA Web team with input from ESA’s Campaigns Section and scientists from the different organisations that contribute to the various experiments being carried out all over the world. The team here will certainly do their best to get you the best information possible, as soon as possible!
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