Tracking typhoons and hurricanes

The video below shows both the Himawari 8 and GOES-16 weather satellites on September 14 and 15 playing in a simultaneous 24-hour loop. These geostantionary satellites capture full-disk imagery of the planet almost every 10 minutes. Both are being used to increase the accuracy of modelling and predicting changes in the Earth's atmosphere and extreme weather. You can play around with the imagery here. Thanks to NOAA and Colorado State University for making it available.

GOES-16 satellite
Himawari-8 satellite