View recent infrared, visible, and water vapor loops from the NASA Geostationary Operational Environmental (GOES) satellite.
This app is good for seeing fronts, tropical storms, and hurricanes well before they arrive.
New data frames usually come once every 10 to 15 minutes and are added to the end of the loops automatically. Image timestamps are displayed in UTC.
This app is not affiliated with NASA or any government agency.
Available geographic views:
GeoColor: West - PACUS West - Full Disk East - CONUS East - Full Disk
Infrared: East- CONUS East - North Hemisphere West - Pacific Ocean East - CONUS Band 7 East - Full Disk Band 7 West - PACUS Band 7 West - Full Disk Band 7
Visible: East- CONUS East - North Hemisphere West - Pacific Ocean
Water Vapor: East- CONUS East - North Hemisphere West - Pacific Ocean
Apr 6, 2022
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GOES type satellite images: Visible, Infrared, Water Vapor. Exactly what I needed; because, there are large Radar Holes due to the mountain ranges here around Bozeman, MT. Much thanks to the app creator!
10 people found this review helpful
A Google user
March 25, 2019
This looks like a nice app however it would be nice to include Europe and other regions that are not currently available.
9 people found this review helpful
July 4, 2022
Image is grainy and indistinct. Worthless.
David Gross Apps
July 8, 2022
Thanks for your feedback. What image pixel resolution would be more useful for you? What types of indicators would you like to see on the map to make it more distinct?