On April 8, 2024, a total solar eclipse will occur, learn why NOAA studies this phenomenon.See the Sun
In the days leading up to a launch at Vandenberg Space Force Base, most of the attention is focused…
On the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, NOAA reviews satellite imagery of the storm.
NOAA's Argos-4 instrument will be launching on Oct. 6 from New Zealand.
NOAA’s JPSS-2 Environmental Satellite Arrives at Launch Site
Data & New Technology
NOAA is taking concrete steps to support the development of commercial markets for space-based weather data.Visit the programs page
NOAA collects the most up-to-date data about the atmosphere, land, and oceans.Learn about data information
There are many ways that NOAA data is being used for research.View the latest research
Help develop studies for future applications of mission data products.Read about pathfinder initiative
News & Announcements
The first Earth Day took place in 1970, which also was the same year NOAA was established. Since…
NOAA Announces Technology Studies to Inform Development of New Weather Instruments, Next-Gen Ground SystemsNOAA Announces Technology Studies to Inform Development of New Weather Instruments, Next-Gen Ground…
Severe storms that began rolling through the southern U.S. on Friday, March 24, 2023 left a path of…
NOAA Awards Radio Occultation Data Buy II Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) Contracts Under CWDPNOAA has announced the award of two Radio Occultation Data Buy II (RODB-2) Indefinite Delivery/…