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LOOKING AT THE EARTH FROM SPACE

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  REAL TIME SATELLITE TRACKING  ...  NOAA-19

TIROS (Television Infrared Observational Satellite)  On April 1, 1960, TIROS 1, the first true weather satellite, was launched.  With each succeeding generation of satellites, remote sensing instruments became increasingly sophisticated and generated finer spectral and spatial resolution imagery.

     

The Television and Infrared Observation Satellite (TIROS) carried special television cameras that viewed Earth's cloud cover from a 450 mile orbit. By 1965, nine more TIROS satellites were launched.  They had progressively longer operational times, carried infrared radiometers to study Earth's heat distribution, and several were placed in polar orbits to increase coverage over the first TIROS in its near-equatorial "polar" orbit...

... EMGO APT Receiver  (modul+USB2)

          

...to receive weather satelites pictures

highly sensitive and selective superhetrodyne rx ...

+ WXtoImg ... software to decode APT and WEFAX signals from weather satellites

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NOAA Predictions based on Latitude: 49.7°N Longitude 18.7°W Time: GMT+x (Actual data) 

 

The RX134141MHz KIT (highly sensitive and selective superhetrodyne rx ...)

  What's New ... EMGO "USB" APT Receiver

   ... EMGO "EASY" APT Receiver ... ...

NOAA Orbit Tracks Europe and Global (Actual data) 

NORAD Two-Line Element Sets Current Data 

Satellite Status Information (Satellite  NOAA 15, NOAA 17, NOAA 18, NOAA-19)

NOAA SATELLITES AND INFORMATION

Summary of Russian Meteorological METEOR Satellites 

Note: There are no Okean, Sich or Meteor satellites currently active

Click J-Track to track the weather satellites in real time.


 

What's New? ... POES Planning Launch Schedule ... NOAA - 19 Prime' ... Feb. 2009 

 

NOAA 18 frequency changed (again!)
NOAA 18 changed frequency from 137.9125 MHz to 137.1000 MHz on 16 August 2007. For most users, this change will have been transparent -- WXtoImg automatically updates it's frequency table when the Keplers are updated.

NOAA 12 has been decommissioned
NOAA 12 was decommissioned (permanently switched off) on 10 August 2007 after more than 16 years of service. The inability to regulate bus power made this necessary. NOAA-12 was launched May 15, 1991.


 

Launch is Flawless!

NOAA N Prime was successfully launched from Vandenberg Air Force Base , XCalif. at about 2:22 a.m. PST. February 06, 2009. After NOAA-N Prime successfully arrived in its orbit, the NOAA N Prime satellite was renamed NOAA-19. NOAA-19 is in a nominal orbit and all spacecraft systems appear to be functioning properly.

      Launch of NOAA-N

NOAA-N Prime Rockets Into Orbit...   

The NOAA-N Prime Mission
(NASA launched a new satellite to improve weather forecasting around the world)

NOAA-N is the latest polar-orbiting satellite developed by NASA for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). NOAA-N will collect information about Earth's atmosphere and environment to improve weather prediction and climate research across the globe.

NOAA-N is the 16th in a series of polar-orbiting satellites dating back to 1978. NOAA uses two satellites, a morning and afternoon satellite, to ensure every part of the Earth is observed at least twice every 12 hours.

Severe weather is monitored and reported to the National Weather Service which broadcasts the findings to the global community. With the early warning, effects of catastrophic weather events can be minimized.

NOAA-N also has instruments to support an international search-and-rescue program. The Search and Rescue Satellite-Aided Tracking System, called COPAS-SARSAT, transmits to ground stations the location of emergency beacons from ships, aircraft and people in distress around the world. The program, in place since 1982, has saved about 18,000 lives.

Like other NOAA satellites, the NOAA-N will collect meteorological data and transmit the information to users around the world to enhance weather forecasting. The data will be used primarily by NOAA's National Weather Service for its weather and climate forecasts. NOAA-N will be re-named NOAA-19 after achieving its orbit...

 Here you will find the way to receive their signals and to display them on the monitor of your PC.


V pátek dne 6. února 2009  se zájemcům o příjem „on line“ informací z meteorologických satelitů otevřelo další,16.,  nové, nejméně dvouleté období pro experimenty s  nejnovější technologií. Toho dne byla úspěšně vypuštěna  z americké letecké základny Vandenberg v Kalifornii raketa Delta 2  a vynesla na oběžnou dráhu nový satelit NOAA-N,  který po dosažení oběžné dráhy dostal definitivní označení NOAA 19. Satelit  NOAA-N byl postaven koncernem Lockheed Martin. Stavbu satelitu, jeho vypuštění i provozní zkoušky má na starosti Goddardovo středisko kosmických letů NASA. Poté bude převedena do správy amerického národního meteorologického ústavu NOAA. Na palubě satelitu NOAA-19 jsou instalovány kamery pro pořizování snímků oblačnosti ve viditelné a infračervené oblasti, mikrovlnné skenery a radiometry pro měření teplotních profilů atmosféry a určování obsahu vlhkosti v ní. Dále nese dva převaděče záchranného systému SARSAT/COSPAS, umožňujícího lokalizaci letadel, lodí a dalších dopravních prostředků v nouzi. V současné době jsou také aktivní satelity NOAA-15 (APT 137.50MHz) NOAA17 (APT 137.62MHz) a NOAA-18 (137.10MHz. Jak uskutečnit příjem signálů a jak je zobrazit na monitoru počítače se dozvíte zde

 

 


 

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