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NOAA's GOES-West showing the first visible image of the shadow of the total eclipse in the Southern Pacific.
Analysts at NOAA's Satellite Analysis Branch closely monitoring the rainfall from Alex: http://go.usa.gov/OCu
Analysts at the Satellite Analysis Branch are monitoring convection near Puerto Rico today: http://go.usa.gov/308
Here's the first GOES-15 infrared combined with a corresponding visible to create a false color view.
GOES-15 sent down its first Infrared image on April 26. GOES-15 was launched on 3/4/10 and testing begins in late summer!
NASA Aqua pass today (1305 UTC) continues to show more ash coming off of Iceland #volcano #ash
Here is the first full visible image from GOES-15, the latest in the GOES series of weather satellites.
NOAA Satellites monitoring the storms moving into the West Coast. See Precipitation Estimates at: http://bit.ly/8AodpK
Here's a shot from our NOAA-17 Polar Orbiting satellite showing the swath of snow from the Plains to the Mid-Atlantic.
Volcanic ash coming off of Soufriere Hills, Montserrat. See Washington VAAC advisories at http://bit.ly/a455O4
NESDIS Satellite Analysis Branch actively monitoring the precipitation in the SW. For more, check: http://bit.ly/8AodpK
An image of the Mid-Atlantic snow cover taken from NASA's Terra satellite, using the MODIS instrument.
NOAA's GOES-12 scan of Kennedy Space Center just after the launch of Atlantis showing the smoke plume.
GOES-12 Super Rapid Scan image over KSC showing the smoke plume from Ares 1-X. Wow!
NOAA-19 pass over Puerto Rico at 17:39 UTC showing hot spot and smoke.
NOAA-15 Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR) band 3 (3.9 microns) enhanced showing hotspot and plume of PR fire.
A loop of Hurricane Bill as seen from GOES-12 Super Rapid Scan (1 minute) images.
GOES-12 (GOES-East) Super Rapid Scan (1 minute images) of Hurricane Bill. We'll post more tomorrow.
The first Full Disk Infrared (band 4) from GOES-14 today at 17:30 UTC.
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