Mar 08, 2013
GOES-E Full Disk Images: NOAA Physical Sciences Laboratory GOES West Full Disk imagery GOES West Regional imagery. Data courtesy of NOAA/NESDIS/CLASS Disclaimer! Minimal quality control measures are taken with the real-time data feeds. As a result, occasional bad data may contaminate the images. For this reason, these images are intended for qualitative analysis only. GOES-17 Releases ‘First Light’ Imagery from its Advanced GOES-17 took this stunning, full-disk snapshot of Earth’s Western Hemisphere from its checkout position at 12:00 p.m. EDT on May 20, 2018, using the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) instrument. GOES-17 observes Earth from an equatorial vantage point approximately 22,300 miles above the surface. GOES-East (Optimized) Full Disk Imager Schedule - Office Jan 17, 2014
All available GOES-16 sectors including Full Disk, CONUS, and both Mesoscale sectors (similar for Himawari) Access to all 16 bands for each sector Some of CIRA’s derived products are also available Zoom in on interesting features in the imagery
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Mode 6, or 10-minute flex mode, which became the default operating mode for GOES-16 and GOES-17 in April 2019, provides a full disk image every 10 minutes, a CONUS (GOES-16) / PACUS (GOES-17) image every five minutes, and images from both mesoscale domains every 60 seconds (or one sub-domain every 30 seconds).
Jul 13, 2020 GOES-East Full Disk Mode Schedule - Office of Satellite Jul 18, 2018 RAMMB: RAMSDIS Online - GOES-West Please note: With GOES-15 having been decomissioned in early 2020, the old GOES-West products on this page are no longer updating. All GOES-17/GOES-West imagery will be available in SLIDER.. Please note: With the transition to GOES-16 as the GOES-East satellite on 8 January 2018, the old GOES-East products from GOES-13 on this page are no longer updating. How to Fix 100 Percent Disk Usage in Windows 10