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Name: GOES on AWS
Description: |
GOES satellites (GOES-16 & GOES-17) provide continuous weather imagery and
monitoring of meteorological and space environment data across North America.
GOES satellites provide the kind of continuous monitoring necessary for
intensive data analysis. They hover continuously over one position on the surface.
The satellites orbit high enough to allow for a full-disc view of the Earth. Because
they stay above a fixed spot on the surface, they provide a constant vigil for the
atmospheric "triggers" for severe weather conditions such as tornadoes, flash floods,
hailstorms, and hurricanes. When these conditions develop, the GOES satellites are able
to monitor storm development and track their movements.
Documentation: https://docs.opendata.aws/noaa-goes16/cics-readme.html
Contact: noaa.bdp@noaa.gov
ManagedBy: "[NOAA](http://www.noaa.gov/)"
UpdateFrequency: New data is added as soon as it's available
Tags:
- aws-pds
- gis
- weather
- earth observation
- meteorological
- sustainability
- disaster response
License: There are no restrictions on the use of this data.
Resources:
- Description: GOES-16 imagery and metadata
ARN: arn:aws:s3:::noaa-goes16
Region: us-east-1
Type: S3 Bucket
- Description: New data notifications for GOES-16, only Lambda and SQS protocols allowed
ARN: arn:aws:sns:us-east-1:123901341784:NewGOES16Object
Region: us-east-1
Type: SNS Topic
- Description: GOES-17 imagery and metadata
ARN: arn:aws:s3:::noaa-goes17
Region: us-east-1
Type: S3 Bucket
- Description: New data notifications for GOES-17, only Lambda and SQS protocols allowed
ARN: arn:aws:sns:us-east-1:123901341784:NewGOES17Object
Region: us-east-1
Type: SNS Topic
DataAtWork:
- Title: Billions of Birds Migrate. Where Do They Go?
URL: https://www.nationalgeographic.com/magazine/2018/03/bird-migration-interactive-maps/
AuthorName: National Geographic