Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite - 1
1st flight unit of the GOES 1st generation programme.
Main mission: operational meteorology.
Substantial contribution to Space weather.
Mass at launch
Data access link
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Data access information
Data available in real-time to NOAA and re-distributed in near-real-time.
Details on Status
Initially placed at 55°W, it was moved to 135°W in 1976-1978; to 10°W in 1978; to 58°E (Indian ocean) in 1978-1979; to 135°W in 1979-1980; to 93°W in 1980; to 130°W since 1980.
16 Oct 1975
07 Mar 1985
Associated satellite programme and related satellites
Note: red tag: no longer operational , green tag: operational ,
blue tag : future
All known Instruments flying on
SEM/MAG SEM / Magnetometer
VISSR Visible-Infrared Spin Scan Radiometer
SEM/EPS SEM / Energetic Particles Sensor
SEM/HEPAD SEM / High Energy Proton and Alpha Particles Detector
SEM/XRS-EUV SEM / X-Ray Sensor - Extreme Ultra-Violet Sensor
DCIS Data Collection and Interrogation Service
Show instrument status and calibration
Satellite Field of View
Estimate of the satellite's footprint, assuming a zenith angle of 75
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