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NOAA In Space Collection
Catalog of Images

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Iceberg B-10A observed from NOAA-14 polar orbiting satellite.
1999 October 3
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Iceberg B-15A has broken into two pieces east-northeast of Ross Island in the Ross Sea.
2003 November 02
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Ship trails and lee vortices south of Guadalupe Island in stable marine layer.
1999 May 11
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Stable marine layer in northwesterly flow encountering Guadalupe Island generates lee vortices.
1999 May 6
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Light blue and green waters off the coast of Namibia indicate phytoplankton bloom.
2003 May 2
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Blue-green swirls in water north of South Georgia Island indicate phytoplankton bloom. Very large icebergs are also visible in this image that have drifted north from Antarctica.
2004 January 16 1215 UTC
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Ash cloud from Mount Pinatubo eruption approximately 300 miles in diameter.
1991 June 16 1030 UTC
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Snow cover over the United States as indicated by white arrows.
2000 November 21
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Snow cover over the Midwest and Eastern U.S. as well as bands of lake effect snow streaming off the Great Lakes.
1999 February 4
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A strong cold front races eastward bringing windy conditions, thunderstorms, and sharply colder temperatures (30 to 40 degrees colder) temperatures to the eastern United States.
1999 February 12 2023 UTC
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Large severe thunderstorms over Iowa, Illinois, and Indiana.
1998 May 29 2215 UTC
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Large thunderstorms over eastern Kansas and Missouri.
1998 June 18 1945 UTC
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A strong storm with wind gusts of 70mph, rain and snow in higher elevations slams the Pacific coast on New Year's Day.
2004 January 1 2140 UTC
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A plume of moisture associated with the jet stream hits the West Coast with winds up to 60 knots ( 69mph). A second storm approaches from the west.
2000 February 1 2200 UTC
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The operational polar-orbiting microwave composite of total moisture in the atmosphere.
2003 October 15
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A large fall storm hits the Pacific Northwest with winds up to 55 knots.
1999 November 9 1800 UTC
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A powerful Pacific storm spreading rain, snow and heavy winds into the Pacific Northwest. NOAA-14 image.
1998 November 24
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A Pacific Northwest storm spreading rain and snow over coastal regions from Washington to California. GOES-10 image.
2001 November 28
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Another storm moves into the Pacific Northwest with snow, wind, and rain. GOES-10 image.
1998 December 1 1930 UTC
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Another storm moves into the Pacific Northwest with snow, wind, and rain. GOES-10 image.
1999 December 8 2000 UTC
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Huge supercell thunderstorms extending from northeast Nebraska into central Minnesota. Several tornadoes were spawned in Minnesota from this storm system. NOAA-14 imagery.
2001 May 9
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Severe thunderstorms along a frontal system in the Midwest were producing large hail, strong winds, and rain at the time of the image. GOES-8 image.
1999 May 17 2315 UTC
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Large thunderstorms occurring from New Mexico to western Florida. GOES-12 image.
2004 June 21 2315 UTC
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Thunderstorms occurring along a front extending from Missouri to New York; in the Carolinas, and in Arkansas. NOAA-14 image.
1999 July 6 2006 UTC
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A line of severe thunderstorms which generated tornadoes killing 33 and injuring over 100. Tennessee, Alabama, and Ohio were hardest hit with deadly tornadoes. NOAA-16 image.
2002 November 10 UTC
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Hurricane Mitch with a central pressure of 906 mb and sustained winds of 195 mph . A Category 5 hurricane. GOES-8 image.
1998 October 26 2145 UTC
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Hurricane Mitch with a central pressure of 917 mb and sustained winds of 180 mph . A Category 5 hurricane. NOAA-15 image.
1998 October 27 1300 UTC
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Dense fog in Texas coastal area and in the upper Mississippi Valley. Snow cover in the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic states. GOES-8 image.
2000 February 8 1445 UTC
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Morning fog in river valleys in Pennsylvania and New York. NOAA-15 image.
2002 September 10 1236 UTC
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Low clouds and fog blanket the East Coast on one of the busiest travel days of the year causing multiple automobile accidents. NOAA-15 image.
1999 November 24 1307 UTC
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Severe thunderstorms over northern Louisiana, Arkansas, and southeast Missouri. Smoke plumes from forest fires in Ontario, Canada, are evident north of Lake Superior. GOES-8 image.
1999 May 5 2045 UTC
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A western hemisphere image from a GOES satellite.
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Ash plume emanating from Mount Etna during a period of eruptive activity.
1999 October 27 1412 UTC
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Heat signature from lava flow and ash plume extending downwind from Mt. Etna eruption. NASA MODIS image processed by NOAA.
1999 October 29 0945 UTC
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Heat signature from lava flow and ash plume extending downwind from Mt. Etna eruption. NOAA-15 image.
2001 July 24 0650 UTC
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NOAA-16 image of Mt. Etna eruption and Eumetsat Meteosat image of same. Total Ozone Mapping Spectrometer (TOMS) indicates a high level of aerosols in the ash plume.
2002 October 30
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Hurricane Gilbert approaching the Yucatan Peninsula. NOAA-10 image.
1988 September 14 1400 UTC
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Hurricane Gilbert in the Caribbean Sea.
1988 September 12 1301 UTC
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Hurricane Gilbert south of Cuba when at 885 mb (26.13 in.) low. A record barometric low for the western hemisphere. GOES-7 image.
1988 September 13 2100 UTC
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Hurricane Gilbert south of Cuba when at 885 mb (26.13 in.) low. A record barometric low for the western hemisphere. Peak wind speed of 173 knots (almos t 200 mph). GOES-7 image.
1988 September 13 2100 UTC
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Hurricane Gilbert after passing into the Gulf of Mexico. Dates show location of Gilbert every day at 2100 UTC. GOES-7 image.
1988 September 14 2100 UTC
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Gilbert as Tropical Depression 12 in early stages of development.
1988 September 9 1430 UTC
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Infrared image of Hurricane Gilbert while at peak intensity. GOES-7 image.
1988 September 14 0030 UTC
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Infrared image of Hurricane Gilbert approaching Jamaica. GOES -7 image.
1988 September 12 0730 UTC
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Infrared image of Hurricane Gilbert while at peak intensity. GOES-7 image. Same image as spac0399 but different coloring.
1988 September 14 0030 UTC
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Infrared image of Hurricane Gilbert while at peak intensity. GOES-7 image. Same image as spac0399 but showing all cloud as white giving illusion of visible image.
1988 September 14 0030 UTC
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Probably Hurricane Gilbert in the Gulf of Mexico west of the Yucatan Peninsula. No identification on slide.
1988 September 14
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Probably Hurricane Gilbert in the Gulf of Mexico west of the Yucatan Peninsula.
1988 September 14
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Hurricane Andrew making landfall south of Miami.
1992 August 24 0800 UTC
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Hurricane Hugo approaching the South Carolina coast.
1989 September 21 2100 UTC

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