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August 9, 2017
Notice anything interesting about this imagery from GOES-16's Geostationary Lightning Mapper? The Geostationary Lightning…
August 12, 2016
Where there's lightning, there's a strong chance of severe weather. The revolutionary Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM ) instrument on the new…
February 26, 2018
NOAA GOES-S will not only image the Earth as it sees it in true color, it also will be able to detect and monitor weather…
February 3, 2022
On April 29, 2020, NOAA satellites captured what has now been confirmed as a new world record for the longest single flash of lightning.
September 16, 2022
NOAA plans to include a lightning mapper as part of the GeoXO system, pending final program approval. The GeoXO Lightning Mapper (LMX) would be a sing
April 13, 2018
When you spend 24/7/365 staring at Earth, you see some strange things. The NOAA GOES East satellite (GOES-16) witnessed a…
August 18, 2022
Lightning is a major public safety threat. It can strike at any time, but it is most common in the summer months.
October 9, 2014
Final GOES-R instrument ready for integration with the Spacecraft The Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) was unwrapped…
July 28, 2021
Lightning is a major hazard. It’s a significant threat to life and property, can ignite wildfires, and impacts travel.
July 14, 2017
This imagery from GOES-16's Geostationary Lightning Mapper features flashes of lightning, but not necessarily where you might expect to see them.
July 13, 2021
North American summer wildfire season has been exploding across the West
June 27, 2017
It’s mid-April 2017 and NOAA’s GOES-16 Field Campaign , a two-month-long effort to calibrate and validate the earth viewing…
June 2, 2022
The Geostationary Lightning Mapper (GLM) instrument, onboard NOAA’s GOES-18 satellite, is now providing striking lightning observations.
May 4, 2021
GOES East captured amazing visible imagery of large thunderstorms as they erupted over Texas. The Geostationary Lightning Mapper tracked lightning
March 6, 2017
The first images from GOES-16's Geostationary Lightning Mapper are giving NWS forecasters more insight about lightning and dangerous weather.