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Texas Meteorological Satellite Images - MODIS

Moderate-resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) satellite images of Texas.

 
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MODIS Satellite Images

MODerate-resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS)
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The MODIS instrument, aboard the Terra and Aqua satellites, provides high radiometric sensitivity (12 bit) in 36 spectral bands ranging in wavelength from 0.4 µm to 14.4 µm.
Terra (EOS AM) MODIS Satellite- Launched December 18, 1999; passes from north to south accross the equator in the morning.
Aqua (EOS PM) MODIS Satellite- Launched May 4, 2002; passes from south to north across the equator in the afternoon.

For more information on the MODIS instrument, visit the MODIS Home Page Exit the TCEQ at NASA.

Texas and surrounding areas MODIS satellite image of Texas and surrounding areas Click on image to see full resolution
(image is 1 to 4 mb)
Images courtesy of the University of Texas Center for Space Research Exit the TCEQ
University of Texas Center for Space Research MAGIC Receiving Station Exit the TCEQ
West Texas
Satellite image of West Texas
South Texas
Satellite image of South Texas
East Texas
Satellite image of East Texas