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20050519: McIDAS Satellite Bounce



>From: "Paul L. Sirvatka" <address@hidden>
>Organization: COD
>Keywords: 200505191510.j4JFADP3015198 McIDAS NOAAPORT GINI

Hi Paul,

>I have been getting this problem a lot lately and wanted to check if it
>were something from my side or from the product send side.
>
>I have loops running that present saved GIFS that are created from virtual
>mcidas sessions. They used to work fine and for the most part they still
>do. But in the morning usually, when i run the loops, i get a second image
>that is misplaced several miles north of where it should be. At 1432Z this
>morning for instance, i have two images saved. The second has the same
>placement of the map but the image is not correct.
>
>Is there something being sent out that is problematic?

Yes.  We have noticed more bad navigation in the NOAAPORT GINI images
lately.

>BTW the image is
>1km resolution. If you get this soon enough, see
>http://weather.cod.edu/analysis/analysis.1kmvis.html for a loop.

Nice display!

>Perplexed

Its not you or McIDAS.  It is the navigation in the images and this
is controlled by the NWS/SATEPS. Basically there is nothing we can do
but advise them of the bad navigation.

Cheers,

Tom
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