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Satellite Snapshots
NOAA’s GOES East satellite witnessed a rare event in the South Atlantic, as Tropical Depression 01Q strengthened into Tropical Storm Akará
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Feature Story
JPSS' collection of whimsical earth science Valentines is great to share with someone special.
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Announcement
NOAA’s Satellite and Information Service (NESDIS) today released the first of three industry-authored reports examining digital twin technology.
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Earth from Orbit
On January 23, 2024, NOAA’s GOES-U satellite arrived in Florida for final preparations for its upcoming launch.
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Feature Story
Whether you are celebrating a love that is light years old or launching a new romance, our unique and heartwarming satellite-themed Valentine’s Day.
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Feature Story
In honor of Black History Month, we are honored to feature Eric Walters from NOAA's Office of Space Weather Observations
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Satellite Snapshots
The Himawari-9 satellite, captured imagery of polar mesospheric clouds—also known as noctilucent clouds—over Antarctica.
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Feature Story
NOAA’s GOES-U, the fourth and final satellite in the GOES-R Series of advanced weather-observing and environmental monitoring satellites.
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Feature Story
GOES-U, the last of NOAA’s advanced GOES-R series of satellites, arrived safely this week at the Launch and Landing Facility at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Florida.
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Satellite Snapshots
NOAA’s GOES East satellite used its Advanced Baseline Imager to capture this mesmerizing GeoColor image of cloud streets streaming off Lake Michigan.
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Feature Story
GOES-U, the Western Hemisphere’s most advanced weather-observing and environmental monitoring system, is in the final stage of preparations.
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Announcement
Assimilating low Earth orbit observations into models improves the detection and monitoring of Sargassum, aiding in timely and effective management.
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