02.25.09 - This NOAA-19 Advanced Very High Resolution Radiometer (AVHRR/3) Automatic Picture Transmission (APT) image was taken in by Fred E. Piering.
02.15.09 - NOAA-N Prime represents the final chapter in a long and productive series of polar-orbiting operational environmental satellites (POES) that stretch back to 1978, when the first modern weather satellite, TIROS-N, was launched.
02.15.09 - In February 2009, NASA launched NOAA-N Prime, the forty-first and last in a productive series of polar-operational environmental satellites (POES) that dates back to 1960.
02.06.09 - A new environmental satellite that will improve weather forecasting and monitor environmental events around the world soared into space this morning after a picture-perfect launch.
02.05.09 - The next launch attempt for the NOAA-N Prime weather satellite for NASA and NOAA aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket is rescheduled for Friday, Feb. 6.
02.04.09 - The next launch attempt for the NOAA-N Prime weather satellite for NASA and NOAA aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket is rescheduled for Thursday, Feb. 5.
02.04.09 - The launch of the NOAA-N Prime polar-orbiting weather satellite was scrubbed at 2 a.m. PST Wednesday when a launch pad gaseous nitrogen pressurization system failed.
01.23.09 - The launch of the NOAA-N Prime polar-orbiting weather satellite for NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, or NOAA, aboard a United Launch Alliance Delta II rocket is scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 4.
01.22.09 - NASA is preparing to launch NOAA's latest polar-orbiting operational environmental satellite, called NOAA-N Prime.
01.15.09 - There will be a NASA and NOAA media teleconference on Thursday, Jan. 22, to discuss the upcoming launch of the NOAA-N Prime satellite.
11.04.08 - The latest polar-orbiting operational environmental weather satellite developed by NASA for NOAA, called NOAA-N Prime, arrived Tuesday at Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif., in preparation for a February 4, 2009 launch.
08.03.07 - NOAA and NASA announced today a $34 million contract modification award with Lockheed Martin of Sunnyvale, Calif.
10.04.04 - NOAA, NASA and Lockheed Martin Corporation announced today that they have reached an agreement that a NOAA satellite, damaged during a fall while it was being constructed, would be rebuilt to launch in December 2007.