CREODIAS.eu organizes contest for capturing the most beautiful image of Earth

The contest provides easy and open access to more than 18 petabytes of satellite data, together with a public cloud computing environment for processing Earth Observation products.

CREODIAS.eu organizes contest for capturing the most beautiful image of Earth
CREODIAS.eu organizes contest for capturing the most beautiful image of Earth

CREODIAS.eu organizes contest for capturing the most beautiful image of Earth

CREODIAS is one of five DIAS (Data and Information Access Services) platforms, built and operated by CloudFerro on behalf of ESA under the Copernicus Program.

It provides easy and open access to more than 18 petabytes of satellite data, together with public cloud computing environment for processing Earth Observation products.

Everyone from an advanced researcher to a beginner, is welcome to participate in the contest for the most beautiful image of Earth obtained on CREODIAS by means of using its Finder tool.

13 most beautiful images will be selected as winners. First seven winners will be chosen by a popular online vote. The other 6 ones will be selected by a Jury consisting of the representatives of CloudFerro, the European Space Agency and the European Commission.

Prizes

The authors of the 3 images that will receive the largest number of votes will be awarded with attractive prizes

  • a tablet (1st place),
  • a smartwatch (2nd place)
  • high-quality earphones (3rd place)

All the authors of the 13 winning entries will also receive free credits of 200 EUR for processing the satellite data on CREODIAS platform. The winning images will be placed on our 2021 calendar and will be published at CREODIAS and CloudFerro websites and Facebook accounts.

Submission: September 10 – 30, 2020 in .jpg or .tif format.

Voting:October 5, 2020 12:00 (noon) CET until October 26, 2020 12:00 (noon) CET on PollUnit platform.

Winners announcement: October 27, 2020 at CloudFerro website www.cloudferro.com. More information on the competition can be found here.