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  XM WX Satellite Weather - Marine and Aviation weather reports
XM WX Satellite Weather is a revolution in onboard weather delivery.
Now, you can get the most intuitive, up-to-date and comprehensive weather data continuously delivered straight to you by two of the most powerful commercial satellites ever built.
XM WX Satellite Weather has been presented with a 2005 Editors' Choice Award from Flying magazine.
www.xmradio.com /weather   (75 words)

  WeatherTAP :: Satellite Tutorial
Satellites can be launched into a variety of orbits, but the two most common orbits for weather satellites are sun-synchronous and geosynchronous.
Although polar orbiting satellites have a high spatial resolution (depending on the satellite), the temporal resolution is poor compared to geostationary satellites.
Essentially, the satellite's speed matches the speed of the Earth's rotation and the satellite appears to be stationary relative to a fixed point on the surface.
www.weathertap.com /unprotected/static/satellite_tutorial.html   (2226 words)

 Weather satellite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A weather satellite is a type of satellite that is primarily used to monitor the weather and climate of the Earth.
Weather satellite images helped in monitoring the volcanic ash cloud from Mount St. Helens and activity from other volcanoes such as Mount Etna.
Visible-light images from weather satellites during local daylight hours are easy to interpret even by the average person; clouds, cloud systems such as fronts and tropical storms, lakes, forests, mountains, snow ice, fires, and pollution such as smoke, smog, dust and haze are readily apparent.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Weather_satellite   (1514 words)

 Interactive Weather Satellite Imagery Viewers from NASA GHCC
Weather Satellite Imagery for North America from GOES East.
Satellite imagery of Europe, Africa, the Middle East and Atlantic Ocean from METEOSAT-7.
The global composite satellite maps are courtesy of the NCEP Aviation Weather Center in Kansas City Missouri.
wwwghcc.msfc.nasa.gov /GOES   (157 words)

 HobbySpace - Space Radio - Weather Satellite Station
Receiving weather satellite imagery directly to your own ground station is great fun.
Tracking satellites, setting up a receiver, waiting for the signals, decoding and studying the images - these activities bring a real sense of interaction and involvement with the extensive space infrastructure surrounding us and of which most people are unaware.
The final setup added a separate dish antenna and a separate receiver for reception of images from the Meteosat satellites at geostationary orbit.
www.hobbyspace.com /Radio/WeatherSatStation/index.html   (303 words)

 Satellite Image Home Page
The Bureau collects and uses data from satellites in the World Meteorological Organization's World Weather Watch system.
This satellite information enables national weather services like the Bureau to monitor day to day weather conditions and longer term climate change over the entire globe.
Several different types of satellite images are available and we recommend that you read About Satellite Images
www.bom.gov.au /weather/satellite   (169 words)

 National Weather Service - Western Region Headquarters
Here is a list of good weather satellite tutorials.
National Weather Service Mission: "The National Weather Service (NWS) provides weather, hydrologic, and climate forecasts and warnings for the United States, its territories, adjacent waters and ocean areas, for the protection of life and property and the enhancement of the national economy.
NWS data and products form a national information database and infrastructure which can be used by other governmental agencies, the private sector, the public, and the global community."
www.wrh.noaa.gov /satellite   (137 words)

 UM-Weather: Radar & Satellite   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
To obtain the latest Nexrad graphic for a particular city, click the radar icon.
Satellite imagery may be obtained by clicking anywhere else on the map.
Radar and satellite data courtesy of Intellicast, TWC, and other sources.
cirrus.sprl.umich.edu /wxnet/radsat.html   (45 words)

 Weather Information
Rooftop data from UW Atmospheric Sciences Building latest data, summary, or list.
Current mountain weather data from the Northwest Avalanche Center
Pacific NW Marine Weather Data from the National Data Buoy Center
www.atmos.washington.edu /data/weather.html   (343 words)

We do not guarantee availability or timely delivery of data and this web site should not be used to support operational observation, forecasting, emergency, or disaster mitigation operations, either public or private.
We also do not provide weather forecasts at this site, that is the mission of the National Weather Service, please contact them for forecast information.
The options on the left will take you to a specific set of sectors.
www.goes.noaa.gov   (150 words)

 weather.com - Satellite US National Maps Index
Visible, infrared and water vapor satellite imagery for the US
How will the clouds impact your ski trip?
Put this map and more on your personal page for only $24.99/year
www.weather.com /maps/satelliteusnational.html   (30 words)

 Weatherzone - Australia's leading weather resource - weather forecasts, satellite, BoM radar and more
Welcome to Weatherzone, Australia's most comprehensive weather resource.
Weatherzone's Weather Tracker keeps you updated 24 hours a day [more]
Using the weather glossary to understand terms used on Weatherzone.
www.weatherzone.com.au   (198 words)

 AccuWeather.com - World Weather - Local Weather Forecast - The Weather Experts.
Find where the fall color is in our Fall Foliage section.
A Picture is worth a thousand words - especially when those words are associated with the weather.
At the AccuWeather.com Photo Gallery you can browse and submit photos featuring every type of weather imaginable.
home.accuweather.com /index.asp?partner=accuweather   (315 words)

Watches & Warnings · Current Weather · National Infrared ·; Current Radar · Local Weather
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The NEXRAD algorithms detect a three dimensional rotating section of a storm that is an indicator of severe weather.
www.intellicast.com   (137 words)

 Satellite Images - NOAA's National Weather Service
Press enter or select the go button to submit request
This shows the most recent image of the United States, taken from a NOAA satellite.
This image is taken in the infrared band of light and show relative warmth of objects.
www.weather.gov /sat_tab.php?image=ir   (98 words)

 Unisys Weather: Satellite Images
Enter a zip code or city name to get forecast:
These images are generated by geostationary satellites orbitting 22,000 miles above the equator looking at the United States.
- For sales information on Unisys weather solutions, contact Robert Benedict at robert.benedict@unisys.com
weather.unisys.com /satellite/index.html   (78 words)

 ClickOnDetroit.com - Weather
HOT SHOT: Do you have a weather picture you'd like to see on Local 4?
Snap a picture and be a Local 4 Hot Shot.
Sign up now for Weather Warn 4 and get instant alerts by pager when severe weather threatens.
www.clickondetroit.com /weather   (147 words)

 National Weather Service - NWS San Francisco/Monterey Bay Area
National Weather Service - NWS San Francisco/Monterey Bay Area
National Weather Service - San Francisco/Monterey Bay Area - Satellite
Experimental Fog Depth Product - Western U.S. Bay Area (Note: The images on this page are considered experimental, and are not operationally supported, so they may not always be current.)
www.wrh.noaa.gov /mtr/satl.php   (154 words)

 CNRFC - Weather - Satellite Imagery
GOES Sounder Temperature and Moisture Products - NESDIS Satellite Services Division
GOES Satellite Precipitation Estimates - NESDIS Satellite Services Division
National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service - NESDIS Home Page
www.cnrfc.noaa.gov /satellite.php   (150 words)

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