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GOES-East CONUS View - Band 6

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Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0637 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0642 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0647 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0652 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0657 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0702 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0707 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0712 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0717 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0722 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0727 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0732 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0737 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0742 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0747 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0752 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0757 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0802 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0807 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0812 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0817 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0822 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0827 UTC
Band 6 - 2.2 µm - Cloud Particle - Near IR - 25 Apr 2018 - 0832 UTC
 

About Band 6

2.2 µm - "Cloud Particle Size" Band - 2 km resolution - in conjunction with other bands, Band 6 will enable cloud particle size estimation. Cloud particle growth is an indication of cloud development and intensity of that development. Other applications include: use in aerosol particle size estimation, cloud screening, hot-spot detection, and snow detection.

• For more details, see the ABI Bands Quick Information Guides, (PDF, 554 KB).

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