27 Jan

NOAA’s newest weather satellite beams back first images of Earth

NOAA’s newest weather satellite beams back first images of Earth
Jan. 24 (UPI) –The first of NOAA’s new generation of weather satellites, GOES-16, has beamed back its first images. The full-color images of Earth’s Western Hemisphere were captured by the satellite’s high-resolution camera, the Advanced Baseline Imager.
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New Age in Weather Forecasting Begins with Spectacular 1st Images from NASA/NOAA GOES-16 Observatory
KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL – A new age has begun in the nations weather forecasting capabilities with the release today (Jan. 23) of the spectacular first images gathered by the recently launched NASA/NOAA GOES-16 observatory. The highly advanced …
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