For each of those you will be able to center your satellite view, with two to three zoom levels available, depending on the band and/or sector you are viewing, to zoom in closer.You can also add a wide variety of other overlays, which you can learn about later in this section.The viewer allows you to zoom in and loop imagery, giving you more control over the imagery than any other viewer.(View more about the old site later on this page.) The new site does not have overlays or storm floaters. Some of the regions include the "Southeast", "Southern Mississippi Valley", "Southern Plains" and "Northeast". Other products include Geo Color (CIRA), Natural Color (EUMETSAT), RGB Air Mass (EUMETSAT), Dust (EUMETSAT) and others for the Full Disk and CONUS.Imagery is also no longer in the Mercator projection and there is no option to view the latitude and longitude. There are also wider regional views for the "Gulf of Mexico", "Caribbean", "U. Atlantic Coast", "Puerto Rico" and "Tropical Atlantic - wide view". - RAMMB/CIRA SLIDER This viewer comes from the Regional and Mesoscale Meteorology Branch (RAMMB) of NOAA/NESDIS and the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA). You can overlay multiple layers on top of each other. You can also view some mesoscale floater imagery here on their older page, which existed before this viewer became available. When testing this viewer we found that when a loop of one of the two mesoscale sectors lasts beyond when the position of the mesocale changed, the "Maps" overlay reflected the location of the earlier mesoscale position.Look for the folders that have names that start with "GOES East".("GOES East Con US", "GOES East Full Disk", "GOES East Meso 1", "GOES East Meso 2") Each folder has around 20 or more overlays for the various spectral bands and additional enhancements.While you can't zoom in, the imagery scales to the size of your browser window.For closeup imagery, view "Localized Sectors" and select the area you want to focus on.Since it is in Google Maps, you can zoom in as much as you want for more refined imagery. You can select the time steps in your loop, such as an image every hour, or every 6 hours, in the loop, as well as set how many images you want to view in the loop. While the amount of archived data available varies, you can often go back a week for some of the more popular satellite options. When you click the "Share" button you can save a link with the options you have selected as well as find a link in the window that pops up about saving a KML file in Google Earth.This is one of the most incredible weather products in existence.