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George C. Marshall Space Flight Center
Earth Science Branch

Interactive Global Geostationary Weather Satellite Images

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

GOES East - CONUS
GOES-Center CONUS Band 2 Visible icon
Band 2 (0.64 µm)
Red Visible


GOES-Center CONUS Band 5 Near-IR icon
Band 5 (1.61 µm)
Snow/Ice Near-Infrared


GOES-Center CONUS Band 7 Shortwave IR icon
Band 7 (3.90 µm)
Shortwave Infrared


GOES-Center CONUS Band 8 Water Vapor icon
Band 8 (6.19 µm)
Upper-Level Water Vapor


GOES-Center CONUS Band 13 LWIR icon
Band 13 (10.35 µm)
Clean Longwave Infrared


GOES-Center CONUS Band 14 LWIR icon
Band 14 (11.20 µm)
Longwave Infrared


GOES East - Full Disk
GOES-Center CONUS Band 2 Visible icon
Band 2 (0.64 µm)
Red Visible


GOES-Center CONUS Band 5 Water Vapor icon
Band 5 (1.61 µm)
Snow/Ice Near-Infrared


GOES-Center CONUS Band 7 Shortwave IR icon
Band 7 (3.90 µm)
Shortwave Infrared


GOES-Center CONUS Band 8 Water Vapor icon
Band 8 (6.19 µm)
Upper-Level Water Vapor


GOES-Center CONUS Band 13 LWIR icon
Band 13 (10.35 µm)
Clean Longwave Infrared


GOES-Center CONUS Band 14 LWIR icon
Band 14 (11.20 µm)
Longwave Infrared



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


Obtain GOES data by anonymous ftp


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

Earth Science Branch


Responsible Official: Dr. Gary Jedlovec (gary.jedlovec@nasa.gov)

Page Curator: Paul J. Meyer (paul.meyer@nasa.gov)