A software solution for decoding and extracting files from GOES LRIT/HRIT streams.

R A Espinet, CM2ESP

A resource for the reception, decoding and production of images from the new GOES 16 (W) Geostationary Satellite.

9th Jan 2018 Bug fixes uploaded.

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Most recent images from Meteosat 10 & Meteosat 8 : 21 Feb 2018

For interesting archived Meteosat Images & Animations  

Meteosat 10 Meteosat 8

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Geostationary Satellite Data, Meteosat 10 (0o) & Meteosat 8 (57o E).

All images received via EUMETCast © EUMETSAT 2018.

Data Managed & Processed
with David Taylor's MSG DataManager & GeoSatSignal.


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This page was last modified on 21 January 2018