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Understanding Hurricanes with Google EarthEntry ID: SSEC_GOOGLE_EARTH
Abstract: Satellite images provide a dramatic view of our Earth and its atmosphere. For timely views of winter weather in Wisconsin or wild fires in California, Google Earth users can now access the most recent high quality satellite images generated at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Space Science and Engineering Center. Unlike other satellite images accessible in Google Earth interface, the Center’s ... images show the natural colors of the Earth’s surface, and are available less than one hour after receiving the data from the satellite instrumentation.
The Space Science and Engineering Center has two types of satellite images formatted for use in Google Earth: high-resolution images of the United States and coarser resolution images that cover more of the globe. Using the Google Earth interface, users see the latest satellite views of the Rockies before a skiing trip or of the latest storm brewing over the ocean.
[Summary provided by the University of Wisconsin-Madison.]
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Caption: Google Earth Imagery at SSEC
Distribution Media: Online
Distribution Format: KML, JPEG
Fees: No fees
Role: SERF AUTHOR
Email: Tyler.B.Stevens at nasa.gov
5700 Rivertech Court
Province or State: MD
Postal Code: 20737
Role: TECHNICAL CONTACT
Email: margaret.mooney at ssec.wisc.edu
1225 W. Dayton St.
Province or State: WI
Postal Code: 53706
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