By Claudia Geib
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s new satellite could help scientists to get a better handle on the wild ways climate change is changing our weather.
GOES-17 and its predecessor GOES-16, launched in November 2016, will work together to monitor a region spanning from the western coast of Africa to the eastern shore of New Zealand. Their broad gazes will encompass much of the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and all of the continental United States in between.
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