Difference between revisions of "Goes"

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<p>Schmit, T. J., P. Griffith, M. M. Gunshor, J. M. Daniels, S. J. Goodman, and W. J. Lebair, 2017: A closer look at the ABI on the GOES-R series. ''Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc.'', '''98''', 681&ndash;698, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00230.1.</p><br/>
 
<p>Schmit, T. J., P. Griffith, M. M. Gunshor, J. M. Daniels, S. J. Goodman, and W. J. Lebair, 2017: A closer look at the ABI on the GOES-R series. ''Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc.'', '''98''', 681&ndash;698, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00230.1.</p><br/>
 
  
 
<p>''Term edited 10 August 2021.''</p>
 
<p>''Term edited 10 August 2021.''</p>

Latest revision as of 13:50, 10 August 2021



GOES

NOAA operates two GOES that monitor atmospheric, terrestrial, marine, and space weather. These satellites are placed into geostationary orbit above the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. The first GOES (GOES-A) was launched in 1975.

Schmit, T. J., P. Griffith, M. M. Gunshor, J. M. Daniels, S. J. Goodman, and W. J. Lebair, 2017: A closer look at the ABI on the GOES-R series. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 98, 681–698, doi:10.1175/BAMS-D-15-00230.1.


Term edited 10 August 2021.