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  Weather Online
  
   _(see also Weather FAQ)._
   
   Here is a list from the WWW Virtual Library (Meteorology) at
   FU-Berlin. http://www.met.fu-berlin.de/DataSources/MetIndex.html. I
   have converted the addresses to appear also in a text-only copy, in
   line with the rest of this FAQ.
     * ftp://plaza.aarnet.edu.au/Weather/ GMS, from AARNet Archive
       Server
     * gopher://gopher.ncc.go.jp/11/INFO/weather/gms GMS , from National
       Cancer Center (Tokyo)
     * gopher://gopher.ssec.wisc.edu/11/gsdc.d GOES , from University of
       Wisconsin-Madison
     * ftp://westsat.com/pub/ GOES , from westsat.com
     * ftp://cumulus.met.ed.ac.uk/images/jpeg/ US
       Satellite IR , from University of Edinburgh
     * ftp://cumulus.met.ed.ac.uk/images/jpeg/ US
       Satellite VIS , from University of Edinburgh
     * gopher://src.doc.ic.ac.uk/11/weather/met.ed.ac.uk/images Meteosat
       , from University of Edinburgh
     * gopher://gopher.rrz.uni-koeln.de/11/themen/Wetter Meteosat , from
       Universitdt Kvln
     * ftp://ccn7.nott.ac.uk/user/user/pub/ Meteosat , from
       Nottingham University
     * http://www.sat.dundee.ac.uk/ NOAA-11/12 (Europe), from University
       of Dundee
     * http://www.met.fu-berlin.de/english/Wetter/index.html NOAA
       (Europe), Institut f|r Meteorologie FU-Berlin
     * http://www.dkrz.de/sat/noaa.html NOAA (Europe) , Deutsches
       Klimarechenzentrum
     * http://www.inpe.br/grid/meteosat Meteosat 3 (South America), from
       Brasilian Space Agancy (INPE)
     * http://www.crs4.it/~luigi/METEO/meteo.html Meteosat, from CSP,
       Italy
     * ftp://rainbow.physics.utoronto.ca/pub/sat_images/ NOAA-11/12
       (North America) , from rainbow.physics.utoronto.ca
     * gopher://gopher.ncc.go.jp/11/INFO/weather/noaa/ NOAA (Asia), from
       National Cancer Center (Tokyo)
     * ftp://hydro.iis.u-tokyo.ac.jp/data/noaa/ NOAA (Asia), from
       University of Tokyo
     * http://shark1.esrin.esa.it/ Ionia Global Land 1km AVHRR data Set
       Browser, from European Space Agency - ESA/ESRIN
       
   'Meteor' imagery is missing from the above list. Thanks to John Boyer
   for noticing, and supplying his URL
   http://www.bbc.co.uk/john_wxpics/index.html (which also carries NOAA
   imagery).
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