Saturday, July 2nd, 2016 0:09 GMT

Aerial Reconnaissance in the North Atlantic Basin

Atlantic recon in the last thirty minutes...

There has been no recent recon for
the products our site checks.

Live aircraft pages:

An update to the recon system occurred on June 27th. If you notice any issues, please contact us. Additional updates will occur in July. The update may impact mapping, the vortex decoder and the NOAA radar feature more than other areas. You must re-download network links for Google Earth for them to work.
System Status: Updating every minute. (summary)

15 product files are currently monitored in this basin.

Last check for data: Saturday, Jul. 2, 2016 0:09 Z

A check of the NHC's recon archive also occurs as needed.


Live Atlantic recon mapping...

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For a tutorial on how to use our recon system, click here. For a version of our Google Earth recon product that does not automatically fly to the plane's current location and allows you to view multiple missions at once, click here.
To track Air Force, NOAA & NASA aircraft you can also visit:
Aircraft Tracker from the NASA Airborne Science Program
Other Recon Sites Using Our System
Hurricane City (with NOAA P-3 radar) | MyFoxHurricane.com
Other Live Recon Sites