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NOAA's Satellite Applications Symposium Series: Weather

 GEO/LEO Updates and Our Next Gen Satellites 

Get updates about new data available, satellite instrument development progress, and provide feedback on your changing needs and challenges.

Pre-registration requested

Location: College Park, MD and Virtual

Satellite capabilities to monitor weather continue to expand. New sensors have recently been launched while others are being built to serve users in the future. This event will focus on advancing engagement and readiness for the newest and next generation of weather satellites. Attendees can anticipate:

Hurricane on the coast of Florida and Georgia seen from space.
  • Receiving updates about innovative satellite systems and exciting new applications.
  • Networking and engaging with critical stakeholders and get feedback from them on their changing needs. 
  • Offering/receiving feedback on the road to application-ready science for societal benefit and decision-making.  

Context: In 2020 thematic workshops were held to determine user needs and develop requirements for a new instruments planned for deployment on the next generation of geostationary satellites, GeoXO. LEO, the low earth orbiting constellation is also planning to launch new weather satellites in the coming years and when combined with GeoXO will provide the most comprehensive look at weather phenomenon ever available from space.