The best places to view live satellite images of earth are the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)’s website and NASA’s website. NOAA’s website features images from live weather satellites, and NASA’s website offers a live satellite broadcast from the International Space Station.Continue Reading
The live satellite images on NOAA’s website mainly showcase the current weather patterns in different parts of the world, but it is difficult to distinguish any specific spot on Earth. These images are broadcast from NOAA’s geostationary satellites every 30 minutes.
NASA’s live satellite stream from the International Space Station showcases views of Earth roughly 40 percent of the time, whenever the crew is off-duty. When the astronauts are on duty, the live feed shows views from internal cameras that are accompanied by live audio of conversations between crew and the Mission Control network.
Other websites offer satellite imagery, and while these photos are updated frequently, they are not technically live. Google Maps and Google Earth use satellite imagery and both allow users to zoom in close enough to see individual buildings and houses. Yahoo and Microsoft offer similar services, such as Bing Maps and Yahoo Maps. The website Flash Earth also offers a single Flash-based interface to explore the satellite imagery used by Microsoft and Yahoo.Learn more about Television & Video
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's website explains that the tilt in the earth's axis means that during different times of the year, different parts of the earth are pointed toward the sun, resulting in longer daylight hours. The earth's axial tilt means that days are longer than nights for half the year, and nights are longer than days for the other half.Full Answer >
Precipitation totals for over 1000 locations in California are available through the California and Nevada River Forecast Center, or CNRFC, on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's website. This site provides information on recent and past precipitation data.Full Answer >
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration provides records of past weather and climate data through Climate Data Online, available on the NOAA website. The AccuWeather Premium website also provides daily rainfall and snowfall totals as far back as 1992.Full Answer >
Find satellite TV listings through your satellite service provider's website. DISH Network provides TV listings through Mydish.com, while DIRECTV TV listings are available at Directv.com. You need to provide your ZIP code to filter local channel results to your specific location. Find satellite TV listings through the TV Guide listings by entering your satellite TV provider on the site.Full Answer >