Remote sensing projects

Below we introduce some of the significant projects in Remote Sensing Department.

Remote sensing page

All Tartu Observatory projects


Copernicus data reliability research

The objective of the Copernicus Cal/Val Solution (CCVS) is to define a holistic solution for all Copernicus Sentinel missions (either operational or planned) to overcome current limitations of Calibration and Validation (Cal/Val) activities.

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Researching the reliability of water remote sensing measurement data

Fiducial reference measurements for satellite ocean color (FRM) is a project of the European Organization for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), which aims to support the reliability of water remote sensing measurement data.

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A new hyperspectral radiometer integrated AI automated networks of water and land bidirectional reflectance measurements for satellite validation

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Development of the information system for agricultural subsidies

NIVA project developes European Union agriculture information system.

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Astronomy seminar

Current shortcomings in our understanding of dark matter distribution in our Galaxy and ongoing strategies for using the Milky Way to investigate the particle physics model for DM are discussed.
Suur teleskoop Kalju Annuk

Register until 20 September for stellar spectroscopy workshop

Astronomy seminar

The cosmic web is vital for studying dark matter and the cosmological model and understanding galaxy evolution. However, detecting the cosmic web from observations is a complex task.