Weather Satellites

A weather satellite is a type of satellite that is primarily used to monitor the weather and climate of the Earth. These meteorological satellites, however, see more than clouds and cloud systems. The idea of observing weather on earth from space was first introduced in the 1940s. Weather satellites can record a variety of weather and other phenomena including clouds, cloud systems, fire, pollution effects, dust storms, sand storms, snow, ice caps, ocean currents, volcanic ash in the air, smoke and much more.

  • Weather forecasting satellites
  • Geostationary weather satellites
  • Polar orbiting weather satellites
  • Weather forecasting satellite applications
  • Weather forecasting satellite missions
  • Image processing and analysis

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