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The magnetometers will be the only instruments that will continue to operate throughout the drift period.
Enjoy some photo postcards of GOES-S’ journey to Kennedy Space Center NOAA GOES-S is scheduled to launch March 1, 2018 aboard an Atlas V 541 rocket from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
With this critical technology disabled and a major hurricane approaching, forecasters were able to utilize data from NOAA’s latest geostationary satellite, GOES-16, to track the storm in real-time.
GOES-16 is able to scan a targeted area of severe weather as often as every 30 seconds, a capability not available with current GOES.
The Viewer provides "full disk" views of Earth (covering the Western Hemisphere) as well as views of the continental US and adjacent waters (CONUS).
Finally, the viewer also provides "mesoscale" imagery--views of small regional or areas that can help reveal significant environmental features.