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Images from GOES-East (16) and GOES-West (18) satellites:
   Visible (color)
 Visible (grayscale)
 Infrared - Shortwave
 Infrared - Longwave
 Water Vapor - Low
 Water Vapor - Mid
 Water Vapor - High
 Daytime Cloud Phase
 Nighttime Microphysics
 Channels 7-14
 Channels 14-15
 Channels 9-10
 Channels 10-14
 Channels 5-6

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LWS: Lewiston, ID sector WMC: Winnemucca, NV sector LAS: Las Vegas, NV sector COD: Cody, WY sector DEN: Denver, CO sector ABQ: Albuquerque, NM sector PIR: Pierre, SD sector DSM: DesMoines, IA sector ICT: Wichita, KS sector ABI: Abilene, TX sector DLH: Duluth, MN sector DTW: Detroit, MI sector EVV: Evansville, IN sector LIT: Little Rock, AR sector ALB: Albany, NY sector BWI: Baltimore, MD sector CLT: Charlotte, NC sector MGM: Mongomery, AL sector TPA: Tampa, FL sector GOM: Gulf of Mexico sector JUA: San Juan, P.R. sector MMV: Monclova, MX sector MHO: Hermosillo, MX sector MMZ: Mazlatlan, MX sector MEX: Mexico City, MX sector UPN: Uruapan, MX sector Hawaii sector Gulf of Alaska sector Contiguous US
Alternative source

  NOAA GOES Image Viewer
  - LWS
  - WMC and LAS
  - COD and DEN
  - ABQ
  - PIR and DSM
  - ICT and ABI
  - DLH and DTW
  - EVV and LIT
  - ALB and BWI
  - CLT, MGM, and TPA
  - GULF
  - AK
  - HI

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