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GOES satellites provide the kind of continuous monitoring necessary for intensive data analysis. They circle the Earth in a geosynchronous orbit, which means they orbit the equatorial plane of the Earth at a speed matching the Earth's rotation. This allows them to hover continuously over one position on the surface. More information

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NameNORAD IDInt'l CodeLaunch datePeriod
GOES 16418662016-071ANovember 19, 20161436.1
GOES 15364112010-008AMarch 4, 20101436
GOES 14354912009-033AJune 27, 20091436.1
GOES 13291552006-018AMay 24, 20061436.1
GOES 12268712001-031AJuly 23, 20011452.5
GOES 11263522000-022AMay 3, 20001453.9
GOES 10247861997-019AApril 25, 19971452.7
GOES 9235811995-025AMay 23, 19951457.5
GOES 8230511994-022AApril 13, 19941455.9
GOES 7175611987-022AFebruary 26, 19871441.3
GOES 6140501983-041AApril 28, 19831436.2
GOES 5124721981-049AMay 22, 19811436.3
GOES 4119641980-074ASeptember 9, 19801451.2
GOES 3109531978-062AJune 16, 19781449.3
GOES 2100611977-048AJune 16, 19771448.7
GOES 1 (SMS-C)83661975-100AOctober 16, 19751436.2