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New satellite sends 'jaw-dropping' images of Earth - Fox News;

New satellite sends 'jaw-dropping' images of Earth - Fox News

Fox NewsNew satellite sends 'jaw-dropping' images of EarthFox NewsGOES-16, the fancy new satellite developed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, is sending its first photos back to Earth since it lifted off from Cape Canaveral on Nov. 19, and the high-res results are causing astronomers and ...and more »

NOAA's GOES-16 Weather Satellite Captures Its First Images of Earth - Sci-News.com;

NOAA's GOES-16 Weather Satellite Captures Its First Images of Earth - Sci-News.com

Sci-News.comNOAA's GOES-16 Weather Satellite Captures Its First Images of EarthSci-News.comNOAA's GOES-16 (formerly known as GOES-R), the first spacecraft in a new series of NASA-built advanced geostationary weather satellites, has sent the first high-resolution images from its Advanced Baseline Imager. This composite color full-disk visible ...and more »

NOAA and NASA offer high-res view of Earth from high in the sky with GOES-16 weather satellite - imaging resource;

NOAA and NASA offer high-res view of Earth from high in the sky with GOES-16 weather satellite - imaging resource

imaging resourceNOAA and NASA offer high-res view of Earth from high in the sky with GOES-16 weather satelliteimaging resourceUpdate on February 1, 2017 at 5:00 PM EST: The GOES-16 is a NOAA satellite, not a NASA satellite as the first sentence of this article had originally stated. The GOES-16 is the first National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's (NOAA) satellite to ...and more »

NOAA's newest weather satellite beams back first images of Earth - UPI.com;

NOAA's newest weather satellite beams back first images of Earth - UPI.com

UPI.comNOAA's newest weather satellite beams back first images of EarthUPI.com"Seeing these first images from GOES-16 is a foundational moment for the team of scientists and engineers who worked to bring the satellite to launch," said NOAA scientist Stephen Volz. By Brooks Hays | Jan. 24, 2017 at 1:31 PM ...and more »

Better Weather Forecasts, and These Pretty Pictures, Too - New York Times;

Better Weather Forecasts, and These Pretty Pictures, Too - New York Times

New York TimesBetter Weather Forecasts, and These Pretty Pictures, TooNew York TimesEarth as seen by NOAA's newest satellite, the GOES-16, in an image released on Monday. Credit NOAA, via Agence France-Presse — Getty Images. Here's a reminder of how beautiful our planet is. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ...and more »

NOAA GOES-16 Satellite Sends Back First Images Of Earth And They Are Stunning - Tech Times;

NOAA GOES-16 Satellite Sends Back First Images Of Earth And They Are Stunning - Tech Times

Tech TimesNOAA GOES-16 Satellite Sends Back First Images Of Earth And They Are StunningTech TimesNOAA has released high-resolution images of the Earth taken by its advanced weather-tracking satellite, GOES-16, from outer space - and they're like heaven in high definition. ( NOAA ). Weather experts and enthusiasts alike have been waiting for this ...and more »

NOAA releases first images captured by GOES-16 satellite - PerfScience;

NOAA releases first images captured by GOES-16 satellite - PerfScience

PerfScienceNOAA releases first images captured by GOES-16 satellitePerfScienceThe National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has released the first images of Earth and the Moon captured by its new satellite, and the views are really jaw-dropping. The images of the planet and its only natural satellite were captured by ...and more »

Congratulations – you're looking better than ever this morning! - The Register;

Congratulations – you're looking better than ever this morning! - The Register

The RegisterCongratulations – you're looking better than ever this morning!The RegisterThe United States' newest Earth-watcher, GOES-16, has sent back its first high-resolution images, and it's making the Earth observation community get a bit misty around the eyes. As you can see from the image above (or here for m.reg readers), the 16 ...and more »

NOAA: GOES-16 Satellite starts sending HD photos of Earth - TheUSBport;

NOAA: GOES-16 Satellite starts sending HD photos of Earth - TheUSBport

TheUSBportNOAA: GOES-16 Satellite starts sending HD photos of EarthTheUSBportThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released the first images of Earth taken by the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) on the agency's Geostationary Environmental Satellite-16 (GOES-16) on Monday. The new pictures of our planet show ...and more »

New Weather Satellite Shows Stunning View of Earth - Seeker;

New Weather Satellite Shows Stunning View of Earth - Seeker

SeekerNew Weather Satellite Shows Stunning View of EarthSeekerThe NOAA's brand new Earth-observing satellite GOES-16 is up and running and taking some beautiful portraits of our home planet. By Irene Klotz. January 24, 2017. 1:43 PM EST. Share on Facebook · Tweet this article · Email. The National Oceanic and ...and more »

Earth Like You've Never Seen It Before – NOAA Weather Satellite Returns First Images - Huffington Post UK;

Earth Like You've Never Seen It Before – NOAA Weather Satellite Returns First Images - Huffington Post UK

Huffington Post UKEarth Like You've Never Seen It Before – NOAA Weather Satellite Returns First ImagesHuffington Post UKThe new NOAA weather satellite has returned its first images of Earth, and they're just as stunning as we'd hoped. Photographs from the GOES-16 satellite will be cross-referenced with three more weather satellites still set to be launched. The network ...and more »

New Satellite GOES-16 Sends First Images to Earth - The Camping Canuck (press release) (blog);

New Satellite GOES-16 Sends First Images to Earth - The Camping Canuck (press release) (blog)

The Camping Canuck (press release) (blog)New Satellite GOES-16 Sends First Images to EarthThe Camping Canuck (press release) (blog)NOAA's new satellite GOES-16 has sent the stunning images of Earth at a higher resolution than previously possible. The first spacecraft in NOAA's next-generation of geostationary satellites, GOES-16 is of a huge importance – the satellite will allow ...and more »

GOES-16 returns first images - SpaceFlight Insider;

GOES-16 returns first images - SpaceFlight Insider

SpaceFlight InsiderGOES-16 returns first imagesSpaceFlight InsiderClose-up image of North America captured on January 15, 2017, as a part of the calibration process of the Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) on GOES-16. Photo Credit: NOAA/NASA. The 16th satellite in the Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite ...and more »

These crystal-clear images show what future weather reports will look like - Chron.com;

These crystal-clear images show what future weather reports will look like - Chron.com

Chron.comThese crystal-clear images show what future weather reports will look likeChron.comCivil servants are not usually the type to brag, but it's clear employees of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are having a hard time containing their giddiness. The weather-monitoring agency recently launched its newest satellite ...and more »

NOAA's GOES-16 Satellite's Mission Besides Taking Stunning Images of Earth - News Ledge;

NOAA's GOES-16 Satellite's Mission Besides Taking Stunning Images of Earth - News Ledge

News LedgeNOAA's GOES-16 Satellite's Mission Besides Taking Stunning Images of EarthNews LedgeOn a perfect November night last year, an Atlas V rocket lifted the GOES-16 satellite into the skies above Cape Canaveral Air Force Station. It's the first in a new series of sophisticated weather satellites.and more »

PHOTOS: NOAA unveils 1st stunning images from GOES-16 satellite - AccuWeather.com;

PHOTOS: NOAA unveils 1st stunning images from GOES-16 satellite - AccuWeather.com

AccuWeather.comPHOTOS: NOAA unveils 1st stunning images from GOES-16 satelliteAccuWeather.comThe National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) released the first high-resolution images that were sent from its newly-launched GOES-16, formerly GOES-R, satellite on Monday. GOES-16 was launched Nov. 19 from Cape Canaveral, Florida.and more »

NOAA's GOES-16 Satellite Sends First Images to Earth - Space Daily;

NOAA's GOES-16 Satellite Sends First Images to Earth - Space Daily

Space DailyNOAA's GOES-16 Satellite Sends First Images to EarthSpace DailyGOES-16, the first spacecraft in NOAA's next-generation of geostationary satellites, has sent the first high-resolution images from its Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) instrument. Included among them are a composite color full-disk visible image of the ...and more »

'Like high-definition from the heavens': Surreal images of Earth released - New York Post;

'Like high-definition from the heavens': Surreal images of Earth released - New York Post

New York Post'Like high-definition from the heavens': Surreal images of Earth releasedNew York PostThis composite color full-disk visible image of the Western Hemisphere was captured from NOAA GOES-16 satellite at 1:07 pm EST on Jan. 15, 2017. NOAA. Earth, like you've never seen it before. Using brand new technology, stunning images of the planet ...and more »

Striking First Images Released from New Weather Satellite - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth;

Striking First Images Released from New Weather Satellite - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

NBC 5 Dallas-Fort WorthStriking First Images Released from New Weather SatelliteNBC 5 Dallas-Fort WorthDo you ever search for pictures of other parts of the world to see what's out there? Yes, all the time. Sometimes. No, not really. Next. Privacy Policy. How closely do you follow the NHL (National Hockey League)?. Very closely. Somewhat closely. A little.and more »

Weather Blog: New satellite snaps incredible view of Florida - NBC2 News;

Weather Blog: New satellite snaps incredible view of Florida - NBC2 News

NBC2 NewsWeather Blog: New satellite snaps incredible view of FloridaNBC2 NewsThe first images of Earth taken by the brand new GOES-16 satellite have been released by NASA showing remarkable clarity over Florida. GOES-16 is the first in a new line of satellites NASA is launching in cooperation with the National Oceanic and ...and more »