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NOAA In Space Collection
Catalog of Images

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Weird science.
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Weird science.
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Weird science.
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Diagram of communications, data processing and dissemination associated with Geostationary Satellite System.
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NOAA's environmental satellites circa 1980. Landsat was transferred to the private sector in 1985.
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SMS-2 launch. Synchronous Meteorological Satellite 2, which was placed in orbit over the eastern Pacific Ocean
1975 February 6
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NOAA Satellite central computer operations facility.
1980 ca.
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Diagram of NOAA GOES satellite data acquisition and distribution.
1975 ca.
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Diagram of coverage of GOES satellites located over western Atlantic and eastern Pacific Oceans.
United States 1975 ca.
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Ground communications distribution system for satellite data.
1977 ca.
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World Weather Watch spacing of geostationary satellites.
1975 ca.
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GOES day night picture distribution.
1975 ca.
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Satellite antennas at Wallops Island.
Virginia, Wallops Island 1975 ca.
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Satellite antennas at Wallops Island.
Virginia, Wallops Island 1975 ca.
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Satellite antennas at Wallops Island.
Virginia, Wallops Island 1975 ca.
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Satellite antennas at Wallops Island.
Virginia, Wallops Island 1975 ca.
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Satellite antennas at Wallops Island.
Virginia, Wallops Island 1975 ca.
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Composite geostationary satellite image of band of Earth.
Earth 1992 June 18 1130 UTC
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Hurricane Hugo approaching the South Carolina coast as seen from GOES-7.
1989 September 21 2101 UTC
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Supercells probably over the mid continental area of the United States.
United States midcontinent? 1970 ca.
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Synchronous Meteorological Satellite - GOES configuration.
1980 ca.
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Comparing Applications Satellite 1 (ATS-1) configuration with ATS-6.
1974 ca.
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Hurricane Isabel approaching the North Carolina Outer Banks as observed from the NOAA-15 Satellite.
North Carolina, Atlantic Ocean 2003 September 18
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Unidentified hurricane, perhaps Dean, in mid-Caribbean.
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Poster of NOAA Global Observing Platforms
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ATMOSPHERE: Poster of satellite applications used in atmospheric studies.
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CLIMATOLOGY: Poster of satellite applications used in climatological studies.
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HAZARDS: Poster of satellite applications for hazards observations.
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OCEANS: Poster of satellite applications for oceanographic observations.
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COSPAS-SARSAT system overview. This worldwide system has saved over 24,000 lives worldwide.
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NOAA GOES-13 officially became NOAA GOES East on April 14, 2010.
2010
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Total ozone map of Antarctic region
Antartica 2007 September 13
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Person locator beacon for use with COSPAS-SARSAT
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Tower rollback before the GOES-L launch from Cape Canaveral. The launch vehicle is an Atlas Centaur rocket.
2000 May 3
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Tower rollback before the GOES-L launch from Cape Canaveral. The launch vehicle is an Atlas Centaur rocket.
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Delta IV rocket lifting off with GOES-O satellite. Upon achieving orbit it was renamed GOES-14.
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Delta IV rocket launch vehicle prior to mating with satellite. Awaiting GOES-O satellite which was renamed GOES-14 upon achieving orbit.
2009 February 25
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GOES-L launches from Cape Canaveral. The launch vehicle is an Atlas II/ Centaur rocket. Once achieving orbit the satellite was designated GOES-11.
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GOES-K launch from Cape Canaveral. The GOES series of satellites are placed in geosynchronous orbit at 22,240 miles above the Earth's equator. This satellite was placed at 105 W Longitude and called GOES-10 once orbit was achieved.
1997 April 25
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GOES-K launch from Cape Canaveral. The GOES series of satellites are placed in geosynchronous orbit at 22,240 miles above the Earth's equator. This satellite was placed at 105 W Longitude and called GOES-10 once orbit was achieved.
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A Delta IV rocket launching the GOES-O satellite. Upon achieving orbit it was renamed GOES-14.
2009 June 27
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NOAA-N launch vehicle prior to mating with satellite.
California, Vandenburg AFB 2005 January
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NOAA-N satellite leaps away from the smoke and steam clouds as it lifts off at 6:22 A.M. EDT from Vandenberg AFB. The launch vehicle is a Boeing Delta II 7320 expendable launch vehicle. Renamed NOAA-18 after achieving orbit.
California, Vandenburg AFB
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NOAA-M spacecraft being prepared for launch.
California, Vandenburg AFB 2002 June 8
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A Titan II rocket launching NOAA-M satellite.
California, Vandenburg AFB 2002 June 24
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The first stage of a Boeing Delta II rocket rests on the launching pad. It will be mated with the second stage and launch the NOAA-N polar-orbiting satellite. Upon achieving orbit, the satellite will be renamed NOAA-18.
California, Vandenburg AFB 2005 February 24
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NOAA-N spacecraft sits attached to the Boeing Delta II payload attach fitting on the bottom.
2005 January 14
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NOAA-N spacecraft decal
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Graphic of NOAA-N polar-orbiting spacecraft
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Graphic of operational life of various satellites of the NOAA-N design

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