Meteosat-11 (0°) – live

Weather satellite images recorded at Kirchbrombach (near Frankfurt/Main), Germany
Latitude: 49.870, Longitude: 8.650 , QTH Locator: JN49LR
MSG-4 Software (c) David Taylor – MSG Data Manager, GeoSatSignal 7, TBS6903 DVB-S2 Dual Tuner PCIe Card
Antenna 0.8 m dish, Eurobird 10A


Im Falle eines nicht behebbaren Ausfalls von E10A wird der EUMETCast Europe Service derzeit auf EUTELSAT 21B (E21B) in der Orbitalposition 21 ° Ost fortgesetzt.

Wie bereits angekündigt, wird ab dem 01.02.2021 das EUMETCast Europe-Backup von E21B auf Hotbird 13 (HB13) in der 13 ° Ost-Orbitalposition migriert. Dies bedeutet, dass ab dem 01.02.2021 im Falle eines nicht behebbaren Ausfalls von E10A der EUMETCast Europe Service auf HB13 fortgesetzt wird.

Eine Testaktivierung des EUMETCast Europe-Dienstes für die vorgesehenen HB13-Transponder ist im ersten Quartal 2021 geplant. Während des Tests werden auf beiden Satelliten (E10A und HB13) dieselben Datenströme verfügbar sein.


MSG-4 (Meteosat 11) Channel 01 – VIS (0.6µm)
MSG-4 (Meteosat 11) False Colour – IR (10.8µm)
MSG-4 (Meteosat 11) Water Vapour – (6.2µm)
MSG-4 (Meteosat 11) Thermal IR

Latest received METEOR-M2 Image

Meteor M N2 137.900 MHz (LRPT) RX: AirSpy One (DK3WN)

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Latest received METOP-A Image

(c) EUMETSAT (2020), Metop-A 1701.3 MHz (RHCP, AHRPT) via EUMETCAST

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Past Hours (Deutscher Wetterdienst)


Barometric Pressure Forecast (Deutscher Wetterdienst)

GEOSTATIONARY REPORT

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GEOSTATIONARY REPORT – 14th December 2020.
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CHANGES SINCE LAST REPORT.
None.
 
THIS WEEK'S POSSIBLE EVENTS.
None expected.
 
 
Europe & Africa
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Satellite : Meteosat 9 (3.5° E).
Data :      HRIT and LRIT(digital).
Operational : Hot FES standby. No LRIT.
 
Satellite : Meteosat 10 (9.5°E).
Data : HRIT (digital) and LRIT (digital) Operational : Yes. Prime RSS satellite. No LRIT.
 
Satellite : Meteosat 11 (0°).
Data :      HRIT and LRIT(digital).
Operational : Yes Prime 0° FES satellite. No LRIT.
 
North America
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East.
Satellite : GOES 16 (75.2° W).
Data :  GRB  - 1686.6 MHz.
         HRIT - 1694.1 MHz.
Operational: yes.
 
West.
Satellite : GOES 17 (137.2° W).
Data:  GRB   - 1686.6MHz.
        HRIT: - 1694.1MHz.
Operational: Yes.
 
Satellite : GOES 15 (128° W).
Data : GVAR (digital) - 1685.7 MHz
LRIT (digital) - 1691 MHz
Operational : Yes.(In parallel with GOES 17).
 
Satellite : GOES 14 (105°W).
Data : GVAR (digital) - 1685.7 MHz
LRIT (digital) - 1691 MHz
Operational: Standby.
 
Satellite : GOES 13 (61.6 E).
Data: GVAR (digital) - 1685.7 MHz
LRIT (digital) - 1691 MHz
Operational: Repurposed by US Space Force. See :- https://www.airforce-technology.com/news/us-space-force-declares-ioc-of-infrared-weather-satellite-ews-g1/
 
Asia (Russian Operated Satellite)
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Satellite : ELECTRO-L (14.5°W)
Data : HRIT/LRIT.
Operational : No
 
Satellite : ELECTRO-L2 (14.5° W)
Data : HRIT/LRIT.
Operational : No (but transmitting)
 
Satellite : ELECTRO-L3 (76° E)
Data : HRIT/LRIT.
Operational : Yes.
 
Asia (European Operated Satellites)
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Satellite : Meteosat 8 (41.5°E).
Data : HRIT (digital) and LRIT (digital).
Operational : Yes. Operating IODC.
               There is no direct readout LRIT.
 
Asia (Indian Operated Satellite)
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Satellite: Insat 3D (82° E).
Data : HRIT/LRIT 4781 MHz
         Sounder 4798 MHz.
Operational : Yes.
 
Satellite: Insat 3DR (74° E).
Data : HRIT/LRIT 4781 MHz.
        Sounder 4798 MHz.
Operational : Yes.
 
Asia (Korean Operated Satellite)
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Satellite : COMS (128.2° E)
Data : HRIT (digital) and LRIT (digital) Operational : No. Standby
 
Satellite : GEO-KOMPSAT-2A. (128.2° E)
Data :  HRIT (digital) - 1695.4 MHz.
         LRIT (digital) - 1692.14 MHz
         UHRIT (digital) - 8070 Mhz (DVB-S2) Operational : Yes.
 
Asia & Oceania (Japanese Operated Satellites)
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Satellite : MTSAT-1R (140° E) (note 4.)
Data : HRIT (digital) - 1687.1 MHz.
        LRIT(digital) - 1691 MHz.(Note 5.) Operational : No.
 
Satellite : MTSAT-2 (145° E).
Data : HRIT (digital) - 1687.1 MHz
        LRIT(digital) - 1691 MHz.
Operational : Yes
 
Satellite : Himawari 8 (140.7° E).
Data : No direct dissemination.
          Satellite downlink only on
          18.1 - 18.4 GHz (raw).
          Data only available via HimawariCast service.
Operational : Yes.
 
Satellite : Himawari 9 (140.7° E).
Data : No direct dissemination.
          Satellite downlink only on
          18.1 - 18.4 GHz (raw).
          Data only available via HimawariCast service.
Operational : No. Standby (expected operational 2022).
 
Asia & Oceania (Chinese Operated Satellites)
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Satellite : Feng Yun 2E (86.5°E).
Data : SVISSR (digital) and LRIT (digital) Operational : No.
 
Satellite: Feng Yun 2F (112.5° E).
Data: SVISSR (digital) and LRIT (digital).
Operational: Standby but used for regional scanning.
 
Satellite: Feng Yun 2G (99.5° E).
Data: SVISSR (digital) and LRIT (digital).
Operational:  Yes. (from 16/04/18 09.00 UTC).
 
Satellite: Feng Yun 2H (79° E)
Data:  SVISSR (digital) and LRIT (digital)
Operational: Yes.
 
Satellite: Feng Yun 4A (99.5° E).
Data: HRIT (digital) and LRIT (digital).
Operational : Yes.
 
NOTES.
 
1. Meteosat 7 stopped its 0° service at 09.00 UTC on 14th June 2006.
 
2. Insat 3A is a combined data and meteorological satellite.
 
3. For those interested in EMWIN data, the following sats/frequencies
    apply.
 
  GOES 15 (128° W)   1692.7 MHz
  GOES 16 (75.2° W)  1694.1 MHz
  GOES 17 (137.2° W) 1694.1 MHz
 
  For further info. there are many sources but the following is
  informative:-
  http://www.nws.noaa.gov/emwin/winsat.htm
 
4.This satellite is also known as HIMAWARI 6.
 
5.HiRID and WEFAX was discontinued on 12th March 2008. It was replaced
   with HRIT/LRIT (after many months of dual dissemination).
 
6.GOES-12 was decommissioned on 16th August 2013.

Source: Weather Satellite Report 2010, Douglas Deans, dsdeans@btinternet_dot_com
weather-satellite-reports@yahoogroups.com