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Meteorological Satellites

Select what kind of image would you like to see: satellite or radar.

Please, keep in mind that when a specific image is accompanied by its time, if this time is not reached by now, then the image hasn't been updated today and it is from yesterday.

Now you can choose the satellite type. The MSG's (Meteosat Second Generation) are Europeans and with geostationary orbit, while the American NOAA series are polar orbiting, so that the periodicity of the latter is lower.

 
Lastest MSG-2 infrared image available. Courtesy of West Cheshire College

Lastest MSG-2 infrared image available. Source: www.west-cheshire.ac.uk

Last infrared (10.8 µm) image from MSG-2 (Meteosat-9). Source: West Cheshire College, UK.

15:00h Visible. Courtesy of Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET)

 15:00 hours Visible. Source: www.aemet.es

15:00 hours MSG visble image (according to Peninsular time), processed by Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET) with EUMETSAT data.

03:00h infrared image. Courtesy of Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET)

03:00 hours Infrared. Source: www.aemet.es

03:00 hours MSG infrared image (according to Peninsular time), processed by Agencia Estatal de Meteorología (AEMET) with EUMETSAT data.

To see a more detailed information about a specific image, please refer to the source website indicated in each case.

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