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NOAA’s Most Advanced Weather Satellite Captures Stunning Images


NOAA’s Most Advanced Weather Satellite Captures Stunning Images The first imagery from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) GOES-17 Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) has made its public debut. The imagery of the Western Hemisphere was created using two visible bands (blue and red) and one near-infrared “vegetation” band that are functional with the current cooling system performance. This debut comes as experts continue to address an issue with the cooling system of the satellite’s imager. The imagery also incorporates input from one of the ABI’s “longwave” infrared bands that was functional during a portion of the day despite the cooling system issue.   More



(Source: Via Satellite - Jun 2)

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