DSCOVR has reached the halfway mark to L1.

Deep Space Climate Observatory (DSCOVR) satellite was successfully launched from Cape Canaveral, Florida on February 11, 2015 and has now reached the halfway mark to the L1 position in space. Read more »

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February 2015 Leaves Its Mark on the Eastern U.S.

NOAA satellite tracking helped save 240 people last year

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NOAA's "VizLab": Visualizing NOAA Satellite Data

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Improving Air Traffic Communication near the Antarctic

Increased use of southern polar routes for efficient air transport has increased air traffic controllers’ demand for reliable and continuous Antarctic communications. Scientists working at NOAA's Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) at NOAA’s National Geophysical Data Center in Boulder, Colorado, are deploying state-of-the art techniques to help. Read more »

Second instrument integrated with NOAA’s JPSS-1 spacecraft

The Ozone Mapping and Profiler Suite-Nadir (OMPS-N) instrument has been successfully integrated with the JPSS-1 spacecraft. Read more »
What exactly goes into building a new weather satellite? This new animated video explains how GOES-R was developed and how new science and technology on the GOES-R series satellites will provide significant advancements in the observation of severe weather. Click Play to watch.Credit: NASA Goddard Multimedia. Read more »
NESDIS Global Data
This data portal provides access to global maps representing a variety of observations from satellites, ground stations and historical collections. In the dropdown menu are four sample datasets out of the many you can access on the full version of NOAA View. After choosing your dataset, scroll back to see how that dataset has changed over time. Open the menu (Menu +) and use the back button to go to the top level and load more datasets.
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