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WEATHER SATELLITES

A weather satellite is a type of satellite that is primarily used to monitor the weather and climate of the Earth. These meteorological satellites, however, see more than clouds and cloud systems. City lights, fires, effects of pollution, auroras, sand and dust storms, snow cover, ice mapping, boundaries of ocean currents, energy flows, etc., are other environmental information collected from weather satellites.

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NameNORAD IDInt'l CodeLaunch datePeriod
[minutes]
Action
MSG 4407322015-034AJuly 15, 20151436.1
FENGYUN 2G403672014-090ADecember 31, 20141436
HIMAWARI 8402672014-060AOctober 6, 20141436.1
METEOR M2400692014-037AJuly 8, 2014101.4
DMSP 5D-3 F19 (USA 249)396302014-015AApril 3, 2014101.9
GPM395742014-009CFebruary 27, 201492.5
FENGYUN 3C392602013-052ASeptember 23, 2013101.4
INSAT 3D392162013-038BJuly 25, 20131436.1
KMS 3-2390262012-072ADecember 12, 201294.7
METOP-B387712012-049ASeptember 17, 2012101.3
EXACTVIEW-1387092012-039CJuly 22, 2012101.1
METEOSAT 10 (MSG 3)385522012-035BJuly 5, 20121436.1
FENGYUN 2F380492012-002AJanuary 13, 20121436.1
NPP378492011-061AOctober 28, 2011101.4
ELEKTRO-L373442011-001AJanuary 20, 20111436.1
FENGYUN 3B372142010-059ANovember 4, 2010101.7
COMS 1367442010-032AJune 26, 20101436.1
GOES 15364112010-008AMarch 4, 20101436.2
DMSP 5D-3 F18 (USA 210)359512009-057AOctober 18, 2009-Unable to track
METEOR-M358652009-049ASeptember 17, 2009101.3
GOES 14354912009-033AJune 27, 20091436
NOAA 19335912009-005AFebruary 6, 2009102
FENGYUN 2E334632008-066ADecember 23, 20081436.1
SHIYUAN 3 (SY-3)334332008-056ANovember 5, 2008100.7
FENGYUN 3A329582008-026AMay 27, 2008101.4
FENGYUN 2D296402006-053ADecember 8, 20061436.1
DMSP 5D-3 F17 (USA 173)295222006-050ANovember 4, 2006-Unable to track
METOP-A294992006-044AOctober 19, 2006101.3
MTSAT-2289372006-004AFebruary 18, 20061436.1
METEOSAT 9 (MSG 2)289122005-049BDecember 21, 20051436.1
NOAA 18286542005-018AMay 20, 2005102
MTSAT-1R286222005-006AFebruary 26, 20051436.1
FENGYUN 2C284512004-042AOctober 19, 20041468.2
DMSP 5D-3 F16 (USA 172)280542003-048AOctober 18, 2003-Unable to track
INSAT 3A277142003-013AApril 9, 20031436.1
KALPANA 1 (METSAT 1)275252002-043ASeptember 12, 20021436.1
METEOSAT 8 (MSG 1)275092002-040BAugust 28, 20021436
FENGYUN 1D274312002-024BMay 15, 2002102.2
GOES 12268712001-031AJuly 23, 20011452.5
NOAA 16265362000-055ASeptember 21, 2000101.9
FENGYUN 2B263822000-032AJune 25, 20001439.1
GOES 11263522000-022AMay 3, 20001453.9
FENGYUN 1C257301999-025AMay 10, 1999101.9
NOAA 15253381998-030AMay 13, 1998101
METEOSAT 7249321997-049BSeptember 2, 19971436.1
ORBVIEW 2 (SEASTAR)248831997-037AAugust 1, 1997100.5
FENGYUN 2A248341997-029AJune 10, 19971499.2
GOES 10247861997-019AApril 25, 19971452.7
DMSP 5D-2 F14 (USA 131)247531997-012AApril 4, 1997-Unable to track
DMSP 5D-2 F13 (USA 109)235331995-015AMarch 24, 1995-Unable to track
HIMAWARI 5 (GMS 5)235221995-011BMarch 18, 19951448.6
COSMOS 2292232781994-061ASeptember 27, 1994106.3
METEOSAT 6229121993-073BNovember 20, 19931454.8
NOAA 12212631991-032AMay 14, 1991101
METEOSAT 5 (MOP 2)211401991-015BMarch 2, 19911462.7
FENGYUN 1B207881990-081ASeptember 3, 1990102.7
COSMOS 2098207741990-078AAugust 28, 1990105.1
FENGYUN 1A194671988-080ASeptember 6, 1988102.6
OPS 5390113891979-050AJune 6, 1979-Unable to track
COSMOS 1045110841978-100AOctober 26, 1978120.3
NIMBUS 7110801978-098AOctober 24, 1978104
OPS 5644100331977-044AJune 5, 1977-Unable to track
NIMBUS 679241975-052AJune 12, 1975107.4
OPS 622678161975-043AMay 24, 1975-Unable to track
NIMBUS 563051972-097ADecember 11, 1972107.1
ITOS 1 (TIROS M)43201970-008AJanuary 23, 1970115
ESSA 9 (TOS-G)37641969-016AFebruary 26, 1969115.2
ESSA 8 (TOS-F)36151968-114ADecember 15, 1968114.6
ESSA 7 (TOS-E)33451968-069AAugust 16, 1968114.9
ESSA 6 (TOS-D)30351967-114ANovember 10, 1967114.8
ESSA 527571967-036AApril 20, 1967113.5
ESSA 4 (TOS-B)26571967-006AJanuary 26, 1967113.4
ESSA 3 (TOS-A)24351966-087AOctober 2, 1966114.6
OPS 034021251966-026AMarch 31, 196698.9
ESSA 2 (OT-2)20911966-016AFebruary 28, 1966113.4
ESSA 1 (OT-3)19821966-008AFebruary 3, 196699.5
OPS 806815801965-072ASeptember 10, 1965100.9
TIROS 1014301965-051AJuly 2, 1965100
TIROS 99781965-004AJanuary 22, 1965118.9
COSMOS 448761964-053AAugust 28, 196498.4
TIROS 87161963-054ADecember 21, 196398
TIROS 63971962-047ASeptember 18, 196296.8
TIROS 53091962-025AJune 19, 196298.9
TIROS 42261962-002AFebruary 8, 196299.6
TIROS 31621961-017AJuly 12, 196199.7
TIROS 1291960-002BApril 1, 196097.7