Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - A

NOAA-19

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NOAA-19, designated NOAA-N' (NOAA-N Prime) prior to launch, is the last of the United States National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's POES series of weather satellites. NOAA-19 was launched on February 6, 2009.

On November 4, 2008, NASA announced that the satellite had arrived at Vandenberg aboard a C-5 Galaxy military transport aircraft. Installation of the payload fairing took place January 27, 2009; second stage propellant was loaded on January 31.

Instrument: 

  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - A
  • Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer 3
  • Microwave Humidity Sounder

Launch Date: 

Fri, 06/02/2009

Life span: 

12years

MetOp-C

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MetOp-C is the third and last satellite of the MetOp series that forms the space segment of the EUMETSAT Polar System (EPS).
MetOp (Meteorological Operational) is Europe's first polar-orbiting operational meteorological satellite. It is the European contribution to the Initial Joint Polar System (IJPS), a co-operative agreement between Eumetsat and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to provide data for climate and environmental monitoring and improved weather forecasting.

Instrument: 

  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - A
  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - B
  • Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment-2
  • GOME -2
  • Microwave Humidity Sounder

Launch Date: 

Wed, 07/11/2018

Life span: 

15years

MetOp-B

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METOP (Meteorological Operational) is Europe's first polar-orbiting operational meteorological satellite. It is the European contribution to the Initial Joint Polar System (IJPS), a co-operative agreement between Eumetsat and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to provide data for climate and environmental monitoring and improved weather forecasting.

Instrument: 

  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - A
  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - B
  • Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment-2
  • GOME -2
  • Microwave Humidity Sounder

Launch Date: 

Mon, 17/09/2012

Life span: 

15years

MetOp-A

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METOP (Meteorological Operational) is Europe's first polar-orbiting operational meteorological satellite. It is the European contribution to the Initial Joint Polar System (IJPS), a co-operative agreement between Eumetsat and the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to provide data for climate and environmental monitoring and improved weather forecasting. The first MetOp-A satellite was launched in 2006, with the other two following at five-year intervals. In total, the programmes will be operational for at least 14 years.

Instrument: 

  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - A
  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - B
  • Global Ozone Monitoring Experiment-2
  • GOME -2
  • Microwave Humidity Sounder

Launch Date: 

Thu, 19/10/2006

Life span: 

15years

NOAA-18

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NOAA-18, known before launch as NOAA-N, is a weather forecasting satellite run by NOAA. NOAA-N (18) was launched on May 20, 2005, into a sun-synchronous orbit at an altitude of 854 km above the Earth, with an orbital period of 102 minutes. It hosts the AMSU-A, MHS, AVHRR, Space Environment Monitor SEM/2 instrument and High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS) instruments, as well as the SBUV/2 ozone-monitoring instrument. It is the first NOAA POES satellite to use MHS in place of AMSU-B.

Instrument: 

  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - A
  • Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer 3
  • Microwave Humidity Sounder

Launch Date: 

Fri, 20/05/2005

Life span: 

14years

MetOp (AMSU-A)

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0Public Private Partnership

Taxonomy upgrade extras: 

NOAA 15-17 (AMSU-A)

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0Public Private Partnership

Taxonomy upgrade extras: 

Aqua

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0Public Private Partnership

Aqua, Latin for water, is a NASA Earth Science satellite mission named for the large amount of information that the mission is collecting about the Earth's water cycle. The Aqua mission is a part of the NASA-centered international Earth Observin System (EOS). Aqua was formerly named EOS PM, signifying its afternoon equatorial crossing time.

Instrument: 

  • Advanced Microwave Scanning Radiometer - Earth Observing System
  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - A
  • Atmospheric Infrared Sounder (AIRS)
  • Moderate-Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer
  • MODIS

Launch Date: 

Sat, 04/05/2002

Life span: 

6years

NOAA-15

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NOAA-15 (designated NOAA-K before launch) is one of the NASA-provided TIROS series of weather forecasting satellite run by NOAA. It was launched on May 13, 1998, and is currently operational, in a sun-synchronous orbit, 807 km above the Earth, orbiting every 101 minutes. It hosts the AMSU-A and AMSU-B instruments, the AVHRR and High Resolution Infrared Radiation Sounder (HIRS/3) instruments, as well as a Space Environment Monitor (SEM/2).

Instrument: 

  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - A
  • Advanced Microwave Sounding Unit - B
  • Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer 3

Launch Date: 

Wed, 13/05/1998
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