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Short for Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites GOES is a series of geosynchronous satellites, first launched in the 1970's by the United States and other governing bodies. GOES satellites are used to monitor storm development, such as tornadoes, hail storms or hurricanes and track the storm's movements.







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