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DreamsInDigital
19th February 2012, 16:11
Sorry if this is the wrong board to stick this on. If it is, can someone please move it to the proper forum? Thanks.

Anyway, I'm trying to find a site that has relatively frequently updated Satellite Imagery, and I haven't had much luck, tried Land-Sat, tried Google Earth, and a general google search, nothing. So where can I find it?

ponda
19th February 2012, 16:20
Here's an infrared weather one: http://www.intellicast.com/Global/Satellite/Infrared.aspx?region=default

You can also get images of different regions

http://images.intellicast.com/WxImages/Satellite/world.gif



there's a range of sources here as well: http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/data/

this one's ok: http://www.ssec.wisc.edu/sose/real_time.html

another one: http://earthnow.usgs.gov/earthnow_app.html?sessionId=274499f6565c46c9bde37a b437ac8d3951811

DreamsInDigital
19th February 2012, 16:59
I appreciate the links, but seems none of them worked for what I am looking for. I didn't find anything current from any of the links. I need ground imagery from past couple weeks to the past month if possible.

ponda
19th February 2012, 17:08
You might be able to insert a date and time at this link at the 'viewer custom request' link

Earth and Moon Viewer: http://www.fourmilab.ch/earthview/

Viewer Custom Request: http://www.fourmilab.ch/earthview/custom.html