Researchers from TU Delft are conducting a research into the rain patterns in the city, and to visualize the amount of rain that falls, they need the help of the inhabitants of Delft!
The 2020 CSESP ROSES solicitation was released on June 12, 2020. Two types of proposals are being requested: Type 1: Citizen Science Research Gathering New Data and Type 2: Proposals for Reuse, Enhancement, or Characterization of Existing NASA Citizen Science Data.
The Space Enabled Research Group (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) and Secure World Foundation will be hosting a webinar series focusing on space data for the SDGs. The first webinar on #SDG2: Zero Hunger took place on 24 June.
The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) is composed of all the major space agencies. CEOS ensures international coordination of civil space-based Earth observation programs and promotes the exchange of data to optimize societal benefit and inform decision making for securing a prosperous and sustainable future for humankind.
CSEOL Implementation Phase
We’ve been looking for ideas that provide fantastic opportunities for citizen scientists – or the wider public – to validate what satellites observe or to put those images to use. The CSEOL Call went out around the world, with great ideas coming in from four continents. We’re now moving into the implementation phase – where the four CSEOL pilot preparing their projects, implementing their project, all working towards a Demo Day, where they demonstrate what their project has achieved.
Our goal is to take great ideas to funding in less than 6 months – in a competitive setting.