Satellite Data Helps Monitor the Trickle-down Effects of Droughts

JPSS’s VIIRS Data Critical for USDA and World Agricultural Production

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11 Years After Katrina

Eleven years ago the Atlantic Basin, and the United States, experienced a record shattering Atlantic hurricane season. The most active season in recorded history, 2005 brought 27 named storms, 14 hurricanes, and three category five storms.

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NOAA Plays Critical Role in Record-breaking Rescue

When the fishing vessel Alaska Juris began taking on water July 26 in the Bering Sea, the closest help was too far away for the 46 crew members, whose lives hung in the balance.

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GOES-R takes another step towards space today!

The GOES-R satellite reaches another major milestone today as it flies from Littleton, Colorado to Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. Once there, technicians will unwrap the satellite in what is called the “clean room.”

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NOAA’s Environmental Observations: Spectrum Matters

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GOES-3: One of the Oldest Operating Satellites takes its Curtain Call

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Do Contrails Affect Conditions on the Surface?

Penn State Researchers Use NOAA Satellite Data in Attempt to Find Out

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The Dirt on Atmospheric Dust

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GOES-R Global Partnerships

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Suomi NPP Data Used to Create World Atlas of Artificial Sky Brightness

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