Hey all! Not entirely sure I'm in the right subforum, so if a moderator sees fit I will delete and move to Equipment or they can move it themselves. I wanted to bring to your attention something we've been working on since summer of last year - https://satsquatch.com. We're 4 folks who graduated from OU (Austin King, Andrew Lyons, Tyler Bell, and myself) and all chased together and love messing with data and decided to write a satellite viewer. We weren't very happy with the current state of most GOES16 satellite viewers that were just static images with some sector zooms, so we set out to make our own. It's a completely interactive, web-based and mobile-friendly GOES16 viewer. You can pinch, zoom, and loop your way around the CONUS, draw and annotate the map, display your current location, and more. Additionally, we wanted it to be about more than pure satellite data, so we have incorporated RTMA surface field overlays that update every 15 minutes and convective mesoanalysis overlays that update every hour (but will move to 15 minute updates in the near future). There's also a GLM Lightning overlay and derived satellite composites (true color, fog detection, snow/ice detection). The list of mesoanalysis overlays and satellite base products is continuing to expand, with fire weather RGBs in the works, and the mother of all mesoanalysis products, we're gonna contour the PDS TOR calculations you see on soundings because why freaking not. Anyway, if this is something that interests you, hit up the link and sign up! It's 100% free to use the basic satellite products, and the mesoanalysis/derived products can be acquired through a $5/mo subscription that is basically a means of allowing us to run this without intruding your screen with advertisements. I've attached some screenshots below! Kelton.