GOES-East Full Image Of The Earth 11-24-17

by David on November 24, 2017

This website exposes the flat earth deception and proves that the earth is globe shaped.

Happy #FullDiskFriday! With the busy holiday season now upon us, we invite you to step back with us for a moment – approximately 22,300 miles – to marvel at the beauty of our planet.

To close out the week, we’re sharing today’s GOES-East full disk image of Earth, captured at 10:46 am ET, November 24, 2017.

GOES-13, NOAA's GOES-East satellite

Also known as GOES-13, NOAA’s GOES-East satellite has been operational since April 2010. The satellite takes images of the Northern Hemisphere every 30 minutes and of the entire Western Hemisphere every 3 hours.

GOES-East is one of two geostationary satellites observing weather conditions in the U.S. Whereas GOES-East covers weather in the eastern continental U.S., the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico, its counterpart – GOES-West – covers the western half of the U.S. and the eastern Pacific Ocean.

Data from GOES-13 will soon be replaced by NOAA’s GOES-16 satellite when it becomes fully operational in mid-December 2017.

For more Earth imagery, visit https://goo.gl/8hK8A1

Related Post: Satellites Prove The Flat Earth Deception

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Ray Brown November 25, 2017 at 1:41 am

I know the Earth is round. When is someone going to use mirrors to flash across relative distances and elevations to show the effect of Earth’s curvature.

David November 25, 2017 at 2:11 am

That’s a great idea Ray! I would like to have a powerful laser to shine across long distances, to use for experiments.

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