Wednesday, October 1st, 2014 3:59 GMT

Aerial Reconnaissance in the North Atlantic Basin

Atlantic recon in the last hour...

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

System Status: Updating every minute. (summary)

15 product files are currently monitored in this basin.

Last check for data: Wednesday, October 1, 2014 3:59 Z

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

Live product and aircraft pages are not yet available

Live product pages for the Atlantic:

Live product pages by aircraft, regardless of basin:

Additional Raw NOAA Recon Data: Radar

NOAA radar data does not yet appear in our live system. Use the live mirror above. NOAA AXBT data is now processed by our system in real time. The temporary archive that had stored older data has been removed as the older data has now been added to our new system.

Simple Google Maps mapping is not yet available in this new system. Only Google Earth mapping data is currently created. Additionally, older HDOB decoders have not yet been re-written and have an ugly looking output. The vortex decoder has also yet to be completely re-written, so these features will become less stable as they are rewritten. Older Google Earth recon mapping will eventually be added, although mapping prior to 2007 will not appear for awhile as the older HDOB decoders that process data specifically for Google Earth have yet to be re-written.

Live Atlantic recon mapping...

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Live Archive Miss a storm's recon? Easily catch up in our real time archive. If our site misses an ob, add it here.
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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 Live Recon Sites