Tag Archives: Space
Tracking biodiversity from the sky
On October 4, 1957, the USSR put into orbit a tiny ball, carrying a radio transmitter, that listened to the name ‘Sputnik’. With that first launch of a satellite, a new era started. An era in which humans could finally … Continue reading
It’s gonna get dark!
I hope to get lucky the 20th of March! If weather conditions allow it, we will be able to see up to 90% of the solar eclipse in Belgium. It would have been even better if I had fieldwork in Northern Scandinavia … Continue reading
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