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Polar Ice Caps

Arctic Sea Ice; Antarctic Ice Shelves; Related News, Analysis and Links

Daily image update

Sea ice data updated daily, with one-day lag. Orange line in extent image (left) and gray line in time series (right) indicate 1979 to 2000 average extent for the day shown. Click for high-resolution image. Learn about update delays, which occasionally occur in near-real-time data. Read about the data Credit: National Snow and Ice Data Center

OceanView

Sea Surface Temperatures

GOES Floater Imagery – 30 minute updates

Atlantic Views GOES-East

Atlantic Wide View Infrared Image


Western Atlantic
IR (color enhanced) Image

GOES-West

Pacific Wide View Infrared Image


North East Pacific
IR (color enhanced) Image

Above Images: NOAA National Hurricane Center

GOES satellite images: GOES 12 infrared image

Atlantic Tropical Cyclone Activity

See also Weather for more images.

GOES East – Eastern U.S. Imagery


An aviation color enhancement of a satellite image. GEOS Eastern U.S. Imagery
, NOAA SSD.
[Updated every 30 minutes.]

GOES West – West U.S. Coast Imagery


An aviation color enhancement of a satellite image. GEOS West West U.S. Coast Imagery
, NOAA SSD.
[Updated every 30 - 60 minutes.]

Other Images

[To view full size image, right-click on the target image and choose View Image ]


MTSAT Tropical Imagery: West Pacific – Wide View


MTSAT Tropical Imagery: East & Central Pacific – Wide View


GOES Northeast Pacific Imagery


GOES West – Central Pacific Imagery


MTSAT Northwest Pacific Imagery


GOES Eastern East Pacific Imagery

GOES East Full Disk Pictures


GOES East Full Disk – images are updated every three (3) hours.


GOES West Full Disk – images are updated every three (3) hours.


From the Indian Ocean Date Coverage (IODC) – Images are updated every six (6) hours


MTSAT – Fulldisk Global Images (Images are updated every hour)


METEOSAT- Fulldisk Global Satellite Images (Images are updated every six (6) hours)


Western Conus Sector (Infrared Channel) – National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)
[For IR data, the highest pixel values correspond to the coldest temperatures.]

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