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16 Aug 2022 - 22:12 UTC

GOES-18 Mesoscale view - Band 1 at 19°S - 174°W - Near Tonga

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Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 0403 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 0403 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 0405 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 0405 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 0606 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 0606 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 0608 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 0608 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 1400 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 1400 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 1402 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 1402 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 1603 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 1603 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 1605 UTC
Band 1 - 0.47 µm - Blue - Visible - 22 Jul 2022 - 1605 UTC
 

About Band 1

0.47 µm - Blue Band - 1 km resolution - Visible band 1 is in the blue portion of the spectrum. It is particularly useful for detecting atmospheric aerosols such as smoke and dust. (daytime only).

Band 1 is a visible channel and is therefore black during nighttime hours.

• For more details, see the Band 1 - ABI Quick Information Guide, (PDF, 873 KB)