Geostationary Weather Satellites. 2007 global coverage with -- 5 satellite programs – (USA, Europe, India, China, Japan) -- 10 satellites (8 operational). USA: NOAA. GOES GOES-11 (GOES-West) operational at 135W GOES-12 (GOES-East) operational at 75W GOES-10 operational at 60W
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Geostationary Weather Satellites
2007 global coverage with
-- 5 satellite programs – (USA, Europe, India, China, Japan)
-- 10 satellites (8 operational)
GOES-11 135W IR windowNESDIS server
GOES-13 105WIR windowCIRA
GOES-1275WIR windowNESDIS server
GOES-10 60WIR windowCIRA
Meteosat-80 deg lonIR windowNESDIS server
Meteosat-7 57EIR windowNESDIS server
Meteosat-563EIR windowdiscontinued 25 Jan 07
INSAT (Kalpana-1) 74E IR
real-time images available online at http://www.imd.ernet.in/section/satmet/dynamic/insat.htm
FY-2C105EIR windowNESDIS server
MTSAT-1R140EIR windowNESDIS server
MTSAT-2 was launched in 2006, and is in standby mode at 145E.
GOMS-1 76EIR image from 21 Jun 97
GOMS-1 failed and is no longer operational.
Russia’s GOMS-Electro-1 is scheduled for launch in 2007.
Korea plans to launch its first geostationary weather satellite in 2008, to be located either at 116.2 E or 128.2E
Information on the status of current geostaionary weather satellites and plans for future satellites are available online at :http://www.wmo.ch/web/sat/GOSstatus.html