In operation as GOES-East (75.2° W) since 18 Dec 2017.
Known as GOES-R before launch. Supports short-term weather forecasts and severe storm watches and warnings, maritime forecasts, seasonal predictions, drought outlooks etc.


Launched in:2016
Orbit height:35786 km
Orbit type:Geostationary
Organisation: NOAA
Launched 19 Nov 2016.
In operation as GOES-East (75.2° W) since 18 Dec 2017.

GOES-16 (GOES-EAST) websites

Information

GOES-R site
ESA eoPortal - GOES-R
NOAA Home page
NASA
GOES-R instruments
GOES-R - ABI Bands Quick Information Guides
NOAA NESDIS
NOAA - GOES
NOAA NESDIS - GOES-R/GOES-S
NOAA - GOES Image Viewer
NOAA - GOES
NOAA - GOES status

Data ordering

RAMMB Slider - View latest imagery
NOAA CLASS
NOAA - Data Access by Satellite and Instrument
NOAA NCEI - AIRS
NOAA NCDC - GOES-16 data access

On Board Sensors

ABI (Advanced Baseline Imager)
EXIS (Extreme Ultra Violet and X-ray Irradiance Sensor)
GLM (Geostationary Lightning Mapper)
MAG (Magnometer)
SEISS (Space Environmental In-Situ Suite)
SUVI (Solar Ultra Violet Imager)