AR M Science Team Holds Fourth Meeting Weather Satellite Soars into Orbit After a one-day delay, the nation's most advanced The Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) weather forecasting satellite, GOES-I, was launched Program Science Tea m held its fourth annual meeting on 13 April 1994 from Cape Canaveral, Florida. Once 27 February through 3 March 1994 in Charleston, the satellite achieved orbit it became GOES-8. South Carolina. The meeting was attended by 200 GOES-8, the first in a series of advanced satellite participants. The agenda included a plenary session systems, will undergo extensive system testing for on the state of and the prospects for the science of approximately six months. If all goes well, the fore- clouds and radiation and its capture in models of the casting community can expect to begin receiving earth's climate. Three sessions covered the status weather and climate data from the satellite in October and scientific issues at the first ARM site, the Cloud 1994. The satellite will provide forecasters with the and Radiation Testbe d (CART) centered near Lamont, ability to disseminate more accurate thunderstorm, Oklahoma, and the next two ARM-CAR T sites in the hurricane, flash flood, an d other severe weather warn-
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: May 1, 1994
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