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The first of the new generation of Meteosat satellites, known as Meteosat Second Generation (MSG-1), was launched in August 2002. As with the current Meteosat series, MSG is spinstabilized and capable of greatly enhanced Earth observations. The satellite's 12-channel imager, known formally as the Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infrared Imager (SEVIRI), observes the full disk of the Earth with an unprecedented repeat cycle of 15 min in 12 spectral wavelength regions or channels. Our goal is todoi:10.3844/ajassp.2009.157.166 fatcat:e36ajrwwfrghxibyss2njzdfpm