Our EAGLE lecturer also trains ESA astronauts

Our EAGLE lecturer also trains ESA astronauts

November 26, 2023

One of our EAGLE lecturer; Dr. Doris Klein, is not only teaching remote sensing to our international EAGLE students but also to future astronauts!

Great to see that earth observation is also trained within other disciplines than our own specific remote sensing MSc.

from the webpage:

“The EOC scientists introduced the astronauts to the fundamentals of remote sensing. Among other things, the astronauts learnt about different types of sensors, platforms and orbits of Earth observation satellites. Lessons on remote sensing from the ISS, the political landscape of remote sensing in Europe and the most important areas of application for Earth observation rounded off the program.”

read more at https://www.dlr.de/eoc/en/desktopdefault.aspx/tabid-18823/30125_read-88142/

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