This week’s satellite image is from the little bit of snow we had in New Mexico a few days ago. What look like clouds in the northwestern corner of the state is actually snow cover. 48 more words
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NOAA's new weather satellite reaches geostationary orbit; promises improvement in weather forecasting
The nation’s most advanced weather satellite has reached geostationary orbit and will soon begin helping the National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration improve weather forecasting.
Capable of imaging the entire western hemisphere of Earth every 15 minutes and the continental United States every five minutes, GOES-16 is expected to improve NOAA’s ability to predict and track thunderstorms, tornadoes, and hurricanes and anticipate solar activity that can impact human activities on Earth. 623 more words
(See my earlier blog entry on November 20.)
This book afforded me the unusual pleasure of finding a friend within the pages! Well, not exactly – I found a surname: Redfield. 387 more words