Earth  ID: 11969

Preparing for GOES-R at NOAA's Hazardous Weather Testbed

The Hazardous Weather Testbed conducts research into forecasting techiques for predicting severe weather. Based in Norman, Oklahoma, this annual exercise brings together scientists and forecasters from around the country to advance the state of the art. This year, the project kept an eye on the future, too. The new GOES-R satellite is scheduled to take it's place in space in the next few years, and the new capabilities afforded by this advanced array of orbiting instruments will give ground based experts a whole new range of tools and capabilities.
Preparing for GOES-R at NOAA's Hazardous Weather Testbed

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http://www.goes-r.gov


Credits

Lauren Gaches (NOAA): Narrator
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Mission:
GOES-R

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GOES

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