Tag : european space agency

ESA Satellite Can Detect Faint Glow Plants Leave Behind After Photosynthesis

7 years ago / 7 comments

Did you know that photosynthesising plants behave a bit like glow in the dark toys? Neither did I. After the chlorophyll in a plant has absorbed sunlight, the core of the …

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ESA's microSatellite Proba-V

9 years ago / 1 comments

It looks like a small ‘Borg-Cube’, but its actually a satellite. Completely human in origin. Its mission is to scan the earths vegetation and much more. The ‘V’ in its name stands for …

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