Here GOES Radiotelescope

artist-run satellite receiving station

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full disk of Earth

Here GOES Radiotelescope is a sculptural ground station that receives data from GOES-16, a NOAA weather satellite. Visitors can sit inside the sculpture to see real-time images of the Earth taken by the satellite, effectively seeing ourselves through GOES-16’s eyes, 22,000 miles away.

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earth and sun views in quadrant

See the same real-time, high-resolution imagery shown at Here GOES Radiotelescope’s viewport. Images of the Earth and Sun are received from GOES-16, processed, and uploaded here.

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Watch time lapse animations using images received from GOES-16 at Here GOES Radiotelescope.

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Listen to the interaction of the sun's energies with Earth's magnetosphere, a sonic imagining of the satellite's environment using space weather data collected from GOES-16 by Here GOES Radiotelescope.

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full disk of Earth

Here GOES Radiotelescope resides at Wave Farm, in Acra, NY. Visitors to Wave Farm are welcome year-round by appointment.

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