Climate change is an issue that affects everyone around the world. Satellite imagery is a way people can understand the effects of climate change and design solutions. Satellites take pictures of Earth that help scientists predict weather, track the impact of natural disasters, changes in ice and permafrost conditions, and monitor air quality.
We will introduce the role satellites through an interactive game style approach where participants guess what surface or scenario they are seeing. We will explore images of Earth, how change in climate has impacted the landscape. We will examine how satellite imagery helps us understand other parts of our solar system! With renewed goals to explore the Moon, Mars, and icy moons, we will highlight how satellite images help mission teams prepare for future space exploration while keeping the local climate conditions in mind. We can’t wait to explore tracking climate change from space with everyone!
Register at: Indus Space - Tracking Climate Change from Space