SPECIAL MESSAGE: GOES-East
GOES-14 is providing GOES-East coverage. GOES-14 is stationary at 105 degrees West with no current plans to drift east. GOES-13 will remain in storage mode while the anomaly is being investigated. There is no estimate on return to operations at this time. More information: http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/SATS/messages.html.
The operational Microwave Surface and Precipitation Products System (MSPPS) provides near real-time surface precipitation products using antenna temperatures from the AMSU-A and AMSU-B/MHS instruments on board of NOAA's KLMNN' series polar orbiting satellites. The current operational MSPPS products include: rain rate, total precipitable water, cloud liquid water, snow cover, snow water equivalent, sea ice concentration, ice water path, land surface emissivity (23.8 GHz, 31.4 GHz, and 50.3 GHz), and land surface temperature. The operational MSPPS data are avaialble in HDF-EOS format, and some of products are also avaiable in BURF format. The MSPPS retrospective data can be acquired from the National Climatic Data Center and the Comprehensive Large Array-data Stewardship System.
|Products by Satellite:|
|NOAA 15 Products||NOAA 18 Products||Metop-A Products|
|NOAA 16 Products||NOAA 19 Products||Metop-B Products|
|Products by Category:|
|Ice Water Path||Total Precipitable Water||Cloud Liquid Water|
|Land Surface Temperature||Rain Rate||Land Surface Emissivities|
|Snow Cover||Sea Ice||Snow Water Equivalent|
|Snow Fall Rate|
Contact the MSPPS operational team for more information.