TROPOMI sneak preview 11 January

News - 19 December 2017 - Webredactie

Be the first to see the highly anticipated results of TROPOMI!
TROPOMI is a recently launched satellite instrument measuring worldwide air pollution in the most accurate way ever seen before.

Thursday 11 January Prof. Pieternel Levelt and Dr. Pepijn Veefkind will provide an exclusive sneak preview of the first images made by this unique satellite instrument. Prof. Levelt is leading the R&D Satellite Observations department  at KNMI and professor at the TU Delft and the Scientific Initiator of TROPOMI. Dr. Pepijn Veefkind is the Principal Investigator of TROPOMI and associate professor at the TU Delft.

The results are beyond everyone’s expectations and will be released to the general public from May  onward.

You can be amongst the first to find out! The sneak preview is open to all TU Delft staff and students and takes place on Thursday 11 January, from 12:40h -13:30h in lecture hall A at the CEG faculty (building 23).

TROPOMI received a lot of media attention since its launch in October. Here are some examples:

Story of Science: Globally mapping air pollution

NPO 1 - Jinek - 7 december 2017
Euronews - Can we solve the mysteries of Earth's atmosphere? - 19 oktober 2017
BBC - UK-Dutch-built Sentinel launches to track air quality - 13 oktober 2017
NOS - Satelliet met 'Nederlands hart' in Rusland gelanceerd - 13 oktober 2017
Goedemorgen Nederland - 13 oktober 2017
BNR - Hollandse blik op vervuiling vanuit de ruimte - 13 oktober 2017
EenVandaag - Nederlands ruimte-instrument brengt luchtkwaliteit in kaart - 13 oktober 2017
Tweakers - ESA heeft satelliet voor meten luchtvervuiling met succes gelanceerd - 13 oktober 2017
NOS Journaal - 13 oktober 2017
RTL Nieuws - 13 oktober 2017
Hart van Nederland - Satelliet met Nederlands instrument gelanceerd - 13 oktober 2017
Euronews - What happened to the hole in the ozone layer? - 11 oktober 2017

Introduction video TROPOMI: