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

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

    Earth 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 »

  • 'Like High-Definition From The Heavens'; NOAA Releases New Images Of Earth - NPR

    'Like High-Definition From The Heavens'; NOAA Releases New Images Of Earth - NPR;

    Updated at 8:40 a.m. ET on Jan. 24. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has released crisp, color images of Earth from its newest orbiting weather satellite. "The release of the first images today is the latest step in a new age of ...and more »

  • NOAA's New Satellite Reveals Earth in Stunning Detail - NBCNews.com

    This composite color full-disk visible image is from 1:07 p.m. EDT on Jan. 15, 2017 and was created using several of the 16 spectral channels available on the GOES-16 Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) instrument. NOAA. advertisement. NOAA's new weather ...and more »

  • Spectacular NEW photos of Earth finally arrive, see them all - The Weather Network

    Spectacular NEW photos of Earth finally arrive, see them all - The Weather Network;

    Monday, January 23, 2017, 10:41 AM - They're finally here! The very first images from the new GOES-16 weather satellite have been released, and not only are they beautiful to behold, but they reveal just how much of a leap forward this is going to mean ...and more »

  • NOAA's New Satellite Sent Back Its First Amazing Images - Climate Central

    NOAA's New Satellite Sent Back Its First Amazing Images - Climate Central;

    The GOES-R satellite was one of the most eagerly anticipated satellites in recent memory. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration launched it in November 2016 with the promise to revolutionize weather forecasting in the U.S.. After years of ...and more »

  • Emerald green rainforests visible in most detailed image of Earth ever taken - Telegraph.co.uk

    Emerald green rainforests visible in most detailed image of Earth ever taken - Telegraph.co.uk;

    The most detailed full-disc image of Earth ever taken from space has been released by Nasa. The beautiful picture, which was taken on January 15th, show clouds gathering over North and Central America, and picks out the lush emerald green of the ...and more »

  • Earth from Space: The Amazing Photos by the GOES-16 Satellite - Space.com

    Earth from Space: The Amazing Photos by the GOES-16 Satellite - Space.com;

    The first photos of Earth from space by the NOAA/NASA GOES-16 satellite are simply spectacular. Take a look at the images in our full gallery here. In this image, the entire Earth is visible in a composite color visible image is from 1:07 p.m. EDT on Jan.and more »

  • The first images from the new weather satellite just arrived, and they're absolutely incredible - Washington Post

    The first images from the new weather satellite just arrived, and they're absolutely incredible - Washington Post;

    The satellite formerly known as GOES-R (so Prince, right?) has transmitted its first images back to Earth, and they are flooring. From the details on the face of the moon to the incredible resolution of cumulus over the Caribbean, these first pixels ...and more »

  • The First Pictures From NOAA's Newest Weather Satellite Are Incredible - Huffington Post

    The First Pictures From NOAA's Newest Weather Satellite Are Incredible - Huffington Post;

    “These images come from the most sophisticated technology ever flown in space to predict severe weather on Earth.” By Ryan Grenoble. 500. NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Monday released the first photos taken by a ...and more »

  • Preparing for the next Snowzilla might be easier thanks to this advanced satellite - Washington Post

    Preparing for the next Snowzilla might be easier thanks to this advanced satellite - Washington Post;

    Almost one year ago, the Washington region took cover from the storm known as Snowzilla. Buried by three feet of snow in some places, roads and schools closed, and more than 6 million people hunkered down, waiting for the blizzard to pass. Most people ...and more »