Earth Science Office Satellite Weather Pictures

Interactive Global Geostationary Weather Satellite Images

Select a weather satellite image map to view data from that sensor

GOES East - CONUS
GOES East CONUS Visible icon
1 km Visible
GOES East CONUS Infrared icon
Infrared
GOES East CONUS Water Vapor icon
Water Vapor
GOES East - North Hemisphere
GOES East Visible icon
Visible
GOES East Infrared icon
Infrared
GOES East Water Vapor icon
Water Vapor
GOES East - Caribbean and West Atlantic Hurricane Region
Atlantic Hurricane Region Visible icon
Visible
Atlantic Hurricane Region Infrared icon
Infrared
Atlantic Hurricane Region Water Vapor icon
Water Vapor
GOES East - Full Disk
GOES East Full Disk Visible
Visible
GOES East Infrared Full Disk
Infrared
GOES East Full Disk Water Vapor
Water Vapor

GOES West - Pacific Ocean
GOES-West PACUS Visible icon
1 km Visible
GOES-West PACUS Infrared icon
Infrared
GOES-West PACUS Water Vapor icon
Water Vapor
GOES West - Full Disk
GOES West Full Disk Visible
Visible
GOES West Infrared Full Disk
Infrared
GOES West Full Disk Water Vapor
Water Vapor

Global Geostationary Weather Satellite Composite
Geostationary Infrared icon
Global Infrared Mosaic

Where are sites with weather satellite imagery?

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GOES weather satellite imagery courtesy of the Earth Science Office at NASA Marshall Space Flight in Huntsville, Alabama.
The global composite satellite maps are courtesy of the NCEP Aviation Weather Center in Kansas City, Missouri.

Infrared Processes Group
Earth Science Office


Responsible Official: Dr. James L. Smoot (James.L.Smoot@nasa.gov)
Page Curator: Paul J. Meyer (paul.meyer@nasa.gov)