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Typhoon Neoguri has formed and is forecast to intensify in the northwest Pacific. 
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Meteosat's view of Tuesday morning took in thunderstorms and blowing dust from the Sahara Desert. 
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From jellyfish to elephants, satellite trackers have been used to find out more about the animal kingdom. 
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Tropical Cyclone 2A - #Nanauk - develops over the Arabian Sea in an image from Metop-A. 
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A large swirl of low pressure has brought heavy rain to Iceland. 
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New on the Learning Zone site: how two different orbits help EUMETSAT to gather data. 
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Eumetsat-Allee 1 64295 Darmstadt Germany
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EUMETSAT is a global operational satellite agency at the heart of Europe.
Introduction
The European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) is dedicated to monitoring weather and climate from space.

We operate a system of meteorological satellites that observe the atmosphere and ocean and land surfaces – 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This data is supplied to the National Meteorological Services of the organisation's Member and Cooperating States in Europe, as well as other users worldwide.

The service provided by EUMETSAT helps to enhance and safeguard the daily lives of European citizens. They aid meteorologists in identifying and monitoring the development of potentially dangerous weather situations and in issuing timely forecasts and warnings to emergency services and local authorities, helping to mitigate the effects of severe weather and protecting human life and property.

This information is also critical to the safety of air travel, shipping and road traffic, and to the daily business of farming, construction and many other industries.