What do you think this NOAA’s Newest Satellite Can See Inside Hurricanes (HBO) video?
A new satellite launched by NOAA in November, GOES-16, has been producing the most detailed hurricane images ever recorded. It has four times the resolution as the legacy satellites and five times the refresh rate of being able to take images, and it’s been used so far to track Harvey and Irma. VNT explores what makes this new satellite different, and how it can help us track weather-related disasters.
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