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IMAGENES GOES 16


Las imagenes Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite para el Hemisferio Este (GOES EAST) ha cambiado de GOES-13 a GOES-16(GOES-R). El satelite meteorologico de la serie GOES-R cuenta con una tecnologia que nos permitira monitorizar fenomenos meteorologicos con una gran precision, las nuevas imagenes tienen mayor resolucion espacial (0.5-2km) y mayor resolucion temporal c/15min.

El instrumento principal Advanced Baseline Imager (ABI) abordo del satelite GOES-16, obtiene imagenes del tiempo y el clima en la Tierra. El instrumento ABI cuenta con 16 bandas espectrales: dos bandas visibles (bandas 1 y 2), cuatro bandas near-infrared (bandas 3,4,5 y 6), y diez bandas infrarrojo (bandas 7-16).

Las nuevas imagenes GOES-16 estan disponibles en la pagina de NEXLAB Experimental Satellite - College of DuPage en hora universal GMT (UTC)



Band 01 Visible(blue)

Band 01

Band 01
Blue Visible
0.47μm

Primary Application

Sensitive to aerosols, dust, smoke



Guide (pdf)

Band 02 Visible(red)

Band 02

Band 02
Red Visible
0.64μm

Primary Application

0.5km resolution allows detection of small clouds, useful in mesoscale sectors



Guide (pdf)

Band 03 Veggie(NIR)

Band 03

Band 03
Veggie Near IR
0.86μm

Primary Application

The Vegetation band is used in the simulation of the “Green” band



Guide (pdf)

Band 04 Cirrus(NIR)

Band 04

Band 04
Cirrus - Near IR
1.37μm

Primary Application

This channel detects high clouds cirrus



Guide (pdf)

Band 05 Snow/Ice(NIR)

Band 05

Band 05
Snow/Ice - Near IR
1.6μm

Primary Application

This band identifies regions of ice, snow



Guide (pdf)

Band 06 Particle Size(NIR)

Band 06

Band 06
Cloud Particle - Near IR
2.2μm

Primary Application

Cloud Particle Size discrimination



Guide (pdf)

Band 07 Short Wave IR

Band 07

Band 07
Shortwave -IR
3.9μm

Primary Application

This infrared channel is used for fire detection



Guide (pdf)

Band 08 Upper level WV

Band 08

Band 08
Upper-level Water Vapor-IR
6.2μm

Primary Application

Is used for tracking upper-tropospheric winds, identifying jet streams



Guide (pdf)

Band 09 Mid level WV

Band 09

Band 09
Mid-level Water Vapor-IR
6.9μm

Primary Application

Is used for tracking middle-tropospheric winds, identifying jet streams



Guide (pdf)

Band 10 Lower level WV

Band 10

Band 10
Lower-level Water Vapor-IR
7.3μm

Primary Application

It is used to track lower-tropospheric winds, identify jet streaks



Guide (pdf)

Band 11 Cloud Top Phase

Band 11

Band 11
Cloud Top-IR
8.4μm

Primary Application

This is an important channel to monitor volcanic activity; also cloud Phase



Guide (pdf)

Band 12 Ozone

Band 12

Band 12
Ozone-IR
9.6μm

Primary Application

This band gives information stratosphere where ozone is most common



Guide (pdf)

Band 13 Clean (LWIR)

Band 13

Band 13
Clean Longwave Window -IR
10.3μm

Primary Application

This band is less sensitive to water vapor absorption Clean Window channel
is a better choice than the Dirty Window for the monitoring of simple atmospheric phenomena



Guide (pdf)

Band 14 Long Wave IR

Band 14

Band 14
Longwave Window -IR
11.2μm

Primary Application

There is more absorption of energy by water vapor. Clear-sky brightness temperatures
are more affected by water vapor in this channel than in the Clean Window Channel
This band has similarities to infrared channel at 10.7 μm (GOES13).



Guide (pdf)

Band 15 Dirty (LWIR)

Band 15

Band 15
Dirty Longwave Window -IR
12.3μm

Primary Application

There is more water vapor absorption in the 12.3 μm band than in
the 11.2 μm or 10.3 μm channels



Guide (pdf)

Band 16 CO2 (LWIR)

Band 16

Band 16
CO2 Longwave-IR
13.3μm

Primary Application

Cooling in this band is associated with the ubiquitous nature of
carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere



Guide (pdf)


Fuente de datos: College of DuPage http://weather.cod.edu/satrad/exper/?parms=continental-brazil-02-48-0-100


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