Satellites Monitor the Weather from 22,300 Miles in Space
We rely on weather forecasts for everything from planting crops to deciding how to dress. With the help of weather satellites, such as GOES, meteorologists have improved their ability to predict weather events. Patricia Viets looks at the impact of GOES and the optics involved.
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