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Images from GOES-East (16) and GOES-West (15) satellites:
   Visible (false-color)
 Visible (grayscale)
 Infrared
 Water Vapor (high)
 Water Vapor (mid)
 Water Vapor (low)
Multi-Spectral:
 Channels 7-14
 Channels 14-15
 Channels 9-10
 Channels 10-14
 Channels 5-6
 s/w IR reflectance
 Daytime micro RGB

 
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MMV: Monclova, MX sector MHO: Hermosillo, MX sector MMZ: Mazlatlan, MX sector MEX: Mexico City, MX sector UPN: Uruapan, MX sector Hawaii sector Gulf of Alaska sector Contiguous US
Alternative source

  ADDS satellite images
  - ConUS vis|loop
  - ConUS ir|loop
  - ConUS water vapor|loop
 
  - LWS vis|loop or ir|loop
  - WMC vis|loop or ir|loop
  - LAS vis|loop or ir|loop
  - COD vis|loop or ir|loop
  - DEN vis|loop or ir|loop
  - ABQ vis|loop or ir|loop
  - PIR vis|loop or ir|loop
  - ICT vis|loop or ir|loop
  - AUS vis|loop or ir|loop
  - MSP vis|loop or ir|loop
  - LIT vis|loop or ir|loop
  - DTW vis|loop or ir|loop
  - EVV vis|loop or ir|loop
  - MGM vis|loop or ir|loop
  - ALB vis|loop or ir|loop
  - BWI vis|loop or ir|loop
  - CLT vis|loop or ir|loop
  - TPA vis|loop or ir|loop
  - CARIB vis|loop or ir|loop
  - GULF vis|loop or ir|loop
  - AK vis|loop or ir|loop
  - HI vis|loop or ir|loop
 
Satellite images from other internet sources

    Global satellite composite from NRL
    NASA Global Hydrology and Climate Center
    NOAA-NESDIS GOES server
    Bowling Green State Univ.

 

Large-scale east
  - East full disk visible from CSU-CIRA
  - East full disk infrared
  - East full disk water vapor
  - Atlantic visible
  - Atlantic infrarad
  - Atlantic water vapor
  - Atlantic visible from NRL
  - Atlantic infrared
  - ConUS visible from Univ. of Wisc.
  - ConUS infrared
  - ConUS water vapor
 

Large-scale west
  - West full disk visible from CSU-CIRA
  - West full disk infrared
  - West full disk water vapor
  - Pacific visible from NRL
  - Pacific infrared
  - Pacific water vapor
  - Northwest visible
  - Northwest infrared
  - Northwest water vapor
  - Southwest visible
  - Southwest infrared
  - Southwest water vapor
  - Western U.S. visible from Univ. of Utah
  - Western U.S. infrared
  - Western U.S. water vapor
 

Regional high resolution
  - Colorado (G12) from CSU-CIRA
  - Colorado (G11) from CSU-CIRA
  - ARM sector visible
  - ARM sector infrared
  - Oregon visible from NRL
  - Nevada visible
  - Calif. (north) visible
  - Calif. (south) visible
  - Monterey visible
  - Utah visible from Univ. of Utah
  - Texas visible from TCEQ
  - Wisconsin visible from Univ. of Wisc.
 
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