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image:  GOES-P Decal

The "GOES N Databook" is a 220-page paperback introduction to the technical aspects of the GOES-N/O/P spacecraft and instruments. The Databook was assembled by the vendor, Boeing, which retains copyright to the material. First drafted in 2004, it was re-released as "Revison B" in February 2006, and again as "Revision C" in February 2009, prior to the launch of GOES-O, and finally as "Revision D" in February 2010, prior to the launch of GOES-P.
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  GOES-P is the latest Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite developed by NASA for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA. The Delta IV rocket will be launched by United Launch Alliance for Boeing Launch Services under an FAA commercial license no earlier than March 3.

image:  ULA GOES-P Mission Book
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GOES-14 View of Hurricane Bill   GOES-P All Fueled Up
The GOES spacecraft continues its processing at the Astrotech Facility in Titusville, Fla. and fuel was loaded into the GOES-P spacecraft on Saturday, January 30.

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GOES-14 View of Hurricane Bill   GOES-P Satellite Preparing for Launch in March 2010
Just two months after the successful launch of the GOES-O spacecraft, now called GOES-14 in orbit, the NASA team removed the GOES-P spacecraft from storage and commenced its post storage testing. GOES-P is being prepared for an early March 2010 launch and if the launch schedule holds, it boasts an unprecedented two launches in approximately 8 months.
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GOES-14 View of Hurricane Bill   GOES-14 First Full Disk Thermal Infrared (IR) image
August 17, 2009, 1:31 p.m. EST - NASA/NOAA's newest weater satellite, GOES-14, returned its first full-disk thermal infrared (IR) image and captures Hurricane Bill.
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GOES-14 View of Hurricane Bill   GOES-14 Satellite Video of Hurricane Bill
NASA and NOAA's newest weather satellite, GOES-14, has captured some fascinating views of Hurricane Bill.
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GOES-14 First Full Disk Image
 
GOES-14 First Full Disk Image

From approximately 35,786 km (22,236 miles) in space, NOAA's newest Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite -- GOES-14 -- took its first full-disk visible image of the earth on July 27, 2009 at 2:00 p.m. EDT.
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GOES-O
GOES-O, the second spacecraft in the GOES-NOP Series of satellites, launched June 27, 2009, at 6:51 p.m. from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.
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GOES Project

GOES Project
Learn more about the GOES
Project - organization, current status, and history.
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Timeline

SMS Satellite The History of Geostationary Satellites
From the launch of SMS-1 in May 1974 through the launch of GOES-13.
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Multimedia
   
  GOES-N Launch

"GOES-P Mission Overview" Video - February 22, 2010
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GOES-14 First Full Disk Image Video

"The First Image from GOES-14" Video
July 27, 2009
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GOES-N Launch

"GOES-O Lift Off!" Video
June 27, 2009

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GOES-N Launch

GOES-O Milestones
May 27, 2009

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GOES-N Launch

GOES-N Launch
May 24, 2006

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