Tag: Weather Satellite

New NOAA Weather Satellite Suffers Cooling System Malfunction: How Will This Affect GOES-17?

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is investigating a cooling system malfunction with the Advanced Baseline Imager of GOES-17. The issue is preventing the new NOAA weather satellite from taking infrared images for 12 hours each day.

Space May 24, 2018

How Trump’s Planned Cuts To Climate Science Agency Budget Can Put Your Life At Risk

A leaked White House memo reveals planned NOAA budget cuts, feared to put climate change research - and lives - at risk. Just how exactly will these U.S. environmental budget cuts affect weather satellites and related initiatives?

Earth/Environment March 5, 2017

GOES-R Now In Space: NASA’s Most Advanced Weather Satellite Successfully Launched With Atlas 5 Rocket

NASA’s most advanced all-weather satellite GOES-R has been launched successfully on Nov. 19. It is a collaborative mission between NASA and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Space November 20, 2016

NASA Next-Generation Weather Satellite GOES-R Set For Nov. 19 Launch

GOES-R, the much-awaited next-generation weather observation satellite of the United States will be launched on Nov. 19 from the Florida Space Coast. It is expected to deliver enhanced quality, speed and accuracy in weather forecasting for Earth's western hemisphere.

Space November 16, 2016

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