SDR NOAA Receiver Central Europe

Traunstein: 47.8677574 N, 12.6384037 E

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

8:24:11 GMT +02:00 23.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

6:43:02 GMT +02:00 23.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

22:07:52 GMT +02:00 22.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA15

APT: 137.6200MHz, alt.: ~807km

20:19:17 GMT +02:00 22.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

18:25:13 GMT +02:00 22.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

16:44:32 GMT +02:00 22.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

10:37:22 GMT +02:00 22.09.2019


HVCTAn Enhanced False color product with colored estimated precipitation areas.

MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

MSAMultispectral analysis. Uses a NOAA channel 2-4 image and determines which regions are most likely to be cloud, land, or sea based on an analysis of the two images. Produces a vivid false-coloured image as a result. This enhancement does not use a palette nor is it temperature normalised.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

anaglyphCreates a false 3-D anaglyph (must be viewed with red/blue glasses) of the visible image (or the far-IR image if no visible image is available) by estimating cloud height.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA15

APT: 137.6200MHz, alt.: ~807km

8:55:10 GMT +02:00 22.09.2019


HVCTAn Enhanced False color product with colored estimated precipitation areas.

MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

MSAMultispectral analysis. Uses a NOAA channel 2-4 image and determines which regions are most likely to be cloud, land, or sea based on an analysis of the two images. Produces a vivid false-coloured image as a result. This enhancement does not use a palette nor is it temperature normalised.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

anaglyphCreates a false 3-D anaglyph (must be viewed with red/blue glasses) of the visible image (or the far-IR image if no visible image is available) by estimating cloud height.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

6:54:43 GMT +02:00 22.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

22:19:54 GMT +02:00 21.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

20:38:37 GMT +02:00 21.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA15

APT: 137.6200MHz, alt.: ~807km

19:04:08 GMT +02:00 21.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

18:37:11 GMT +02:00 21.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

16:56:01 GMT +02:00 21.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

10:49:08 GMT +02:00 21.09.2019


HVCTAn Enhanced False color product with colored estimated precipitation areas.

MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

MSAMultispectral analysis. Uses a NOAA channel 2-4 image and determines which regions are most likely to be cloud, land, or sea based on an analysis of the two images. Produces a vivid false-coloured image as a result. This enhancement does not use a palette nor is it temperature normalised.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

anaglyphCreates a false 3-D anaglyph (must be viewed with red/blue glasses) of the visible image (or the far-IR image if no visible image is available) by estimating cloud height.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

9:08:48 GMT +02:00 21.09.2019


HVCTAn Enhanced False color product with colored estimated precipitation areas.

MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

MSAMultispectral analysis. Uses a NOAA channel 2-4 image and determines which regions are most likely to be cloud, land, or sea based on an analysis of the two images. Produces a vivid false-coloured image as a result. This enhancement does not use a palette nor is it temperature normalised.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

anaglyphCreates a false 3-D anaglyph (must be viewed with red/blue glasses) of the visible image (or the far-IR image if no visible image is available) by estimating cloud height.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA15

APT: 137.6200MHz, alt.: ~807km

7:40:36 GMT +02:00 21.09.2019


HVCTAn Enhanced False color product with colored estimated precipitation areas.

MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

MSAMultispectral analysis. Uses a NOAA channel 2-4 image and determines which regions are most likely to be cloud, land, or sea based on an analysis of the two images. Produces a vivid false-coloured image as a result. This enhancement does not use a palette nor is it temperature normalised.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

anaglyphCreates a false 3-D anaglyph (must be viewed with red/blue glasses) of the visible image (or the far-IR image if no visible image is available) by estimating cloud height.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

7:06:25 GMT +02:00 21.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

22:32:02 GMT +02:00 20.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

20:50:14 GMT +02:00 20.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA15

APT: 137.6200MHz, alt.: ~807km

19:29:06 GMT +02:00 20.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

18:49:12 GMT +02:00 20.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA19

APT: 137.1000MHz, alt.: ~870km

17:07:32 GMT +02:00 20.09.2019


MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

11:00:55 GMT +02:00 20.09.2019


HVCTAn Enhanced False color product with colored estimated precipitation areas.

MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

MSAMultispectral analysis. Uses a NOAA channel 2-4 image and determines which regions are most likely to be cloud, land, or sea based on an analysis of the two images. Produces a vivid false-coloured image as a result. This enhancement does not use a palette nor is it temperature normalised.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

anaglyphCreates a false 3-D anaglyph (must be viewed with red/blue glasses) of the visible image (or the far-IR image if no visible image is available) by estimating cloud height.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA15

APT: 137.6200MHz, alt.: ~807km

9:45:33 GMT +02:00 20.09.2019


HVCTAn Enhanced False color product with colored estimated precipitation areas.

MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

MSAMultispectral analysis. Uses a NOAA channel 2-4 image and determines which regions are most likely to be cloud, land, or sea based on an analysis of the two images. Produces a vivid false-coloured image as a result. This enhancement does not use a palette nor is it temperature normalised.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

anaglyphCreates a false 3-D anaglyph (must be viewed with red/blue glasses) of the visible image (or the far-IR image if no visible image is available) by estimating cloud height.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA18

APT: 137.9125MHz, alt.: ~854km

9:20:24 GMT +02:00 20.09.2019


HVCTAn Enhanced False color product with colored estimated precipitation areas.

MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

MSAMultispectral analysis. Uses a NOAA channel 2-4 image and determines which regions are most likely to be cloud, land, or sea based on an analysis of the two images. Produces a vivid false-coloured image as a result. This enhancement does not use a palette nor is it temperature normalised.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

anaglyphCreates a false 3-D anaglyph (must be viewed with red/blue glasses) of the visible image (or the far-IR image if no visible image is available) by estimating cloud height.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

NOAA15

APT: 137.6200MHz, alt.: ~807km

8:05:32 GMT +02:00 20.09.2019


HVCTAn Enhanced False color product with colored estimated precipitation areas.

MBNOAA cold cloud top enhancement. Useful for showing where the strongest rainfall is occurring in thunderstorms. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

MCIR-precipMCIR + but high cold cloud tops are coloured the same as the NO enhancement to give an approximate indication of the probability and intensity of precipitation.

MCIRColours the NOAA sensor 4 IR image using a map to colour the sea blue and land green. High clouds appear white, lower clouds gray or land/sea coloured, clouds generally appear lighter, but distinguishing between land/sea and low cloud may be difficult. Darker colours indicate warmer regions.

MSAMultispectral analysis. Uses a NOAA channel 2-4 image and determines which regions are most likely to be cloud, land, or sea based on an analysis of the two images. Produces a vivid false-coloured image as a result. This enhancement does not use a palette nor is it temperature normalised.

NONOAA colour IR contrast enhancement. Greatly increases contrast in the darker land/sea regions and colours the cold cloud tops. Allows fine detail in land and sea to be seen and provides a very readable indication of cloud top temperatures. This enhancement is temperature normalised.

seaA false colour image from NOAA APT images based on sea surface temperature. Uses the sea surface temperature derived from just the sensor 4 image to colour the image. Land appears black and cold high cloud will also appear black. The sea surface temperature may be incorrect due to the presence of low cloud, or of thin or small clouds in the pixel evaluated, or from noise in the signal.

thermProduces a false colour image from NOAA APT images based on temperature. Provides a good way of visualising cloud temperatures.

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