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News from NOAA NESDIS

News from NOAA NESDIS
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6/7/16 8:05 PM
GOES-R: The Future of NOAA's Geostationary Weather Satellites - A Story Map
Five times faster weather coverage, better data for hurricane tracking and intensity forecasts, real-time mapping of total lightning for improved severe weather forecasts, advanced warning of space weather hazards, and improved transportation safety-- all from ONE satellite!
With the revolutionary GOES-R satellite set to launch fall 2016, NOAA is poised to once again significantly improve weather forecasting and severe weather prediction.
Learn more about ALL of the amazing things GOES-R will do in our brand new story map, "GOES-R: The Future of NOAA's Geostationary Weather Satellites."
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