GOES-13 satellite reactivated after micrometeor hit

GOES-13 satellite reactivated after micrometeor hit

NOAA officially returned the GOES-13 spacecraft to normal operations at 15:45 UTC on June 10, 2013 after it spent two and a half weeks in safe mode. Tests showed that the arm for the solar array panel was likely hit by a micrometeoroid on May 22, 2013

Hurricane Sandy timelapse videos – GOES 13 satellite view

Hurricane Sandy timelapse videos – GOES 13 satellite view

A complete timelapse animation of Hurricane Sandy from October 23-31, as seen by GOES-13 (a geosynchronous satellite that is in orbit nearly 36,000 km (23,000 miles) above Earth).Another timelapse animation from GOES-EAST (GOES-13) shows the full disk and the

GOES satellites changed positions in space

GOES satellites changed positions in space

The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Agency (NOAA) on Sept. 24 said it has moved a spare geostationary weather satellite, GOES-14, into position to replace the GOES-13 satellite that suffered an unexplained outage Sept. 23 that engineers have been unable to