NOAA JPSS-1
Orbital ATK JPSS
This was NOAA's constellation before GOES-16 moved into position as GOES-East and retired GOES-13. NOAA's future constellation may include hosted payloads and small satellites in low Earth orbit. Credit: NOAA
SG-22, the alternate JPSS antenna, sits in icy fog amongst other KSAT radomes in Svalbard, Norway. Credit:  Reuben Wu/Raytheon
The Ball Aerospace-built JPSS-1 satellite carries five instruments. Its follow-on, JPSS-2, is being built by Orbital ATK. (Credit: NASA/Ball Aerospace)
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GOES-16 at GOES-East
Orbital ATK JPSS
GOES-R
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he Time-Resolved Observations of Precipitation structure and storm Intensity with a Constellation of Smallsats (TROPICS) investigation, 12 CubeSats about a foot long each, will study the development of tropical cyclones by taking measurements of temperature, precipitation and cloud properties as often as every 21 minutes.
Credit: MIT Lincoln Laboratory
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Orbital ATK JPSS
Orbital ATK JPSS

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