New US climate satellite cannot keep cool, and this could hurt photographs 

The country’s most current climate satellite, propelled under three months back, has a genuine cooling issue that could influence the nature of its photos. The inconvenience is with GOES-17 satellite’s chief instrument for taking pictures of tropical storms, fierce blazes, volcanic emissions and other regular disasters, the National Oceanic and the Atmospheric Administration said on […]

GOES-17 is losing its cool after the cooling failure

Launched on March 1, from the Cape Canaveral in Florida, GOES-17 is back into the focus after the satellite witnessed a serious malfunction in its cooling system. The issue is said to be having serious consequences on quality of the pictures. The satellite with the primary goal of supplying pictures of hurricanes, volcanic eruptions, wildfires […]

NOAA’s New Weather Satellite 

NOAA better known as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s has Delivered Amazing First Images Despite the difficulties faced due to the Defect in the satellite. A year back, we had partially ancient satellites to send information about the weather conditions and the 1990s era was that of probabilities and possibilities, nothing was guaranteed. We […]

The New Satellite of NOAA Had Got a Cooling-Related Problem 

It was some months ago that NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) had launched one of its newest satellite. It was launched with the objective of observing, analyzing and providing essential information on weather in the United States of America. This satellite launched by NOAA was named as GOES-17. At the first place, the GOES-17 […]

Why Is NOAA’s Weather Satellite Going Blind?

An extremely costly satellite’s initial a while in space is turning out badly. The cooling framework that the multibillion-dollar gadget needs with a specific end goal to watch the air legitimately neglected to begin, leaving the satellite halfway visually impaired. Named GOES-17, the glitch orbiter is new from the National Oceanic and the Atmospheric Administration […]