First set of beautiful images of Earth from Chandrayaan 2 mission released

Hari VishnuChandrayaan, Earth Observation, ISRO, space exploration

The first set of images of Earth captured by the Chandrayaan 2 moon-exploration program of the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) have been released. The tweets by ISRO’s official handle show the beautiful images taken on August 3rd. Chandrayaan-2 is India’s second foray to the Moon. It was launched on the 22nd of July using the Geosynchronous launch vehicle (GSLV- … Read More

The European Robotics League (ERL) Emergency 2018

Brandy Armstrong2019 Monthly Focus Topic, Beacon, Oceans

Sonar mosaic of ERL Emergency 2018 Arena. Underwater structure highlighted. Courtesy of UNIFI Team [1].

Origin The European Robotics League (ERL) Emergency Robots is an outdoor robotics competition funded by the European Union in the framework of the SciRoc H2020 Project. After the success of RockEU2 project (2016-2018) and the launch of ERL in three vibrant fields of robotics: industrial, service and emergency robots, SciRoc project extends the ERL concept to Smart Cities environment. NATO-STO … Read More

Earthzine Is Back to Deliver Fourth Year of Live Coverage from OCEANS

Brandy Armstrong2018 Monthly Focus Topic, Oceans

The theme at the OCEANS 2018 Charleston conference is “Healthy Oceans, Resilient Coasts, Robust Commerce…Strong Nations.” The October 22-25th, 2018 event is sponsored by the Marine Technology Society (MTS) and the IEEE Oceanic Engineering Society (OES) will include tutorials, workshops, technical demonstrations, townhalls, paper presentations, and panel discussions focused on protecting the ocean with modern technology, traditional knowledge and collaboration. OCEANS … Read More