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Catalog of Images

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The launch of GOES-A, designated GOES 1 upon becoming operational.
Florida, Cape Canaveral 1975 October 16
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GOES imagery. Note fog in California Central Valley, frontal system bisecting Texas, and cloud streets north of cold front in the Gulf of Mexico. There is a large winter storm on the East Coast.
1982 January 14 1700
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Frontal system clouds extending through 30 degrees of longitude from southwest Texas through Florida to southeast of Cape Hatteras.
1982 January 09 1700
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Adjusting television camera prior to mounting on satellite.
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TIROS-N satellite.
1978 Circa
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Sector of GOES full disk composite infrared and visible image indicates areas of high convection and potentially violent weather. A tornado occurred at Paris in the lower left corner of the cloud in Texas. In this image, the infra-red sensor is actually measuring the temperature of very cold cloud tops which is a sign of major convective activity and dangerous weather.
1982 April 02 2301
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Cloud streets in Gulf of Mexico after frontal passage. TIROS X pass 3039/3038.
1966 January 30 1636
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TIROS VII image showing eddy patterns in clouds downstream of Aleutian Islands. Pass 4236/4236.
1964 March 31 2303 GMT
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Hurricane Claudette striking the Texas Coast.
2003 July 15 1615 GMT
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Typhoon Etau approaching southern Japan.
2003 August 8 0525GMT
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Hurricane Ignacio off the mouth of the Gulf of California.
2003 August 24 1800 GMT
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Typhoon Imbudo striking Luzon in the Philippine Islands.
2003 July 21 1802 GMT
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Hurricane Isabel in the open Atlantic Ocean.
2003 September 9 1245 GMT
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Typhoon Maemi between the Philippine Islands and Japan.
2003 September 10 0602 GMT
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Super Typhoon Chaba churns away in the western Pacific Ocean while Typhoon Aere passes over Taiwan.
2004 April 8 0625 GMT
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Hurricane Charlie west of the southern tip of Florida. Note the strong squall lines with bow-shaped patterns west of South Carolina.
2004 August 13 1415 GMT
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Hurricane Charlie offshore of southwestern Florida.
2004 August 13 1745 GMT
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Four tropical storms in the western Atlantic Ocean.
2004 September 23 1745 GMT
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Hurricane Frances approaching the Bahamas Islands.
2004 September 2 1445 GMT
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Hurricane Frances in the Bahamas Islands.
2004 September 3 1515 GMT
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Hurricane Frances over Florida. Hurricane Ivan is lurking in the central Atlantic.
2004 September 5 1515 GMT
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Hurricane Frances over Florida.
2004 September 5 1615 GMT
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Hurricane Frances over Florida.
2004 September 5 1615 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan in the Atlantic Ocean east of the Caribbean Sea.
2004 September 5 1515 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan approaching the Antilles from the western Atlantic Ocean.
2004 September 7 1415 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan in the southern Caribbean Sea south of Puerto Rico.
2004 September 8 1745 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan in the central Caribbean Sea south of Haiti.
2004 September 9 1515 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan in the vicinity of Jamaica.
2004 September 10 1715 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan south of Cuba.
2004 September 11 1945 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan in the Yucatan Channel.
2004 September 13 2015 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan headed north out of the Yucatan Channel.
2004 September 14 1845 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan less than 24 hours from landfall in the Florida Panhandle.
2004 September 15 1444 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan still retains its eye after passing over the west Florida Panhandle.
2004 September 16 1145 GMT
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Hurricane Ivan moving north over Mississippi and into Tennessee while Hurricane Jeanne plays havoc in the Dominican Republic.
2004 September 16 2015 GMT
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Hurricane Jeanne in the Atlantic east of the Bahamas. Maximum sustained winds are near 90 mph. Hurricane Karl is to the east with winds near 140 mph.
2004 September 21 1245 GMT
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Hurricane Jeanne, Hurricane Karl, and Tropical Storm Lisa are all in view from west to east.
2004 September 21 1615 GMT
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Hurricane Jeanne approaching the Bahama Islands.
2004 September 23 1415 GMT
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Hurricane Jeanne beginning its sweep over the Bahama Islands.
2004 September 24 1715 GMT
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Hurricane Jeanne over the Bahama Islands.
2004 September 25 1815 GMT
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Hurricane Jeanne making landfall on the east central Florida coast.
2004 September 26 0245 GMT
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Ash plume trailing south from an 0700 UTC eruption of Shishaldin Volcano on Unimak Island, Alaska. Photo taken 8 hours after eruption.
1999 May 25 1505 UTC
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Plumes of dust are carried off of Africa into the Atlantic.
1998 March 31 1230 UTC
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Airborne dust carried across the Atlantic from Africa is seen over the Caribbean Sea. This dust originated in the Sahara Desert.
1999 May 28 1715 UTC
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Airborne dust streams off of Africa with a particularly heavy dust plume seen off Mauritania.
1999 June 16 1730 UTC
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First Infrared data from GOES 12 geostationary satellite.
2001 September 17 1800 UTC
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Flooding along the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers,
1997 March 11 1330 CST
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Heavy blue band shows flooding along the Mississippi River.
2001 April 26 1941 UTC
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Large fires burning in Alaska and Canada as shown by infra-red imagery. The red indicates burning areas while blue haze is indicative of smoke.
1999 July 6
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Heat signatures (red spots) indicate fires in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. Blue haze plumes emanating from red areas are smoke.
1999 January 12 1926
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A composite image of very large ice bergs calving off the Weddell Sea Ice Shelf.
2000 May 7

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