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TAG: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

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Seen & Heard: Finding Nemo, weighing bears

December 5, 2022

Image: NOAA

COSMIC-1 mission for GPS radio occultation comes to an end

May 29, 2020

Existing NOAA nautical chart of Nantucket Harbor, Mass., overlaid with revised shoreline features collected by Dewberry. Image courtesy of Dewberry. (Image: Dewberry/NOAA)

Dewberry selected for NOAA shoreline mapping contract

May 28, 2020

Photo: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) (PRNewsfoto/Raytheon Company

Raytheon, NOAA win award for unmanned hurricane tracker

March 5, 2018

Illustration courtesy of USA Today.

Examining silver linings in GPS amidst natural disasters

November 1, 2017

The SuperSwift sUAS has a forward-located, spacious, interchangeable nose-cone payload bay. (Photo: Black Swift)

NOAA picks Black Swift sUAS for fire observation

August 1, 2017

Image: GPS World

NOAA seeks new members for hydrographic advisory panel

March 27, 2017

An image illustrating the six orbital planes in which GPS satellites (“navigational satellites,” or ns) fly around Earth. This configuration shows the orbits just before the start of this solar cycle’s biggest geomagnetic storm, which occurred on March 17, 2015. The darkest orbital lines indicate the position of the satellites in that moment; the lightest lines indicate where they were 12 hours prior.(Credit: Los Alamos National Laboratory)

GPS data release to boost space-weather science

January 30, 2017