GEO Quarterly Newsletter No 72 December 2020
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GEO was formed in 2003 to enable amateur reception of weather and earth imaging satellites. Many are already in orbit with others planned for launch in the near future.

 

Eumetsat's MSG-3, with its spectacular images of Earth every 15 minutes, is an example of the latest satellite being received by the Group's members. Members of the Group have experience in amateur radio, electronics, meteorology, oceanography, satellites, computing and publishing.

 

Browse this site to learn more of this fascinating hobby.

 

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Most recent images from Meteosat 11 & Meteosat 8 : 05 Jul 2022

For interesting archived Meteosat Images & Animations  

Meteosat 10 Meteosat 8

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Geostationary Satellite Data, Meteosat 11 (0o) & Meteosat 8 (57o E).

All images received via EUMETCast © EUMETSAT 2022.

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

 

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