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Public Satellite meteo wheather images for my site

Hi,
I like put one or more sat meteo photo  pictures on my site.
Is available a "public" and "free" source for the various satellites as nooa, meteosat, etc?

Note.... the source have to be explicit declared as "public" and usable on site without infringe copywrite!
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europa113Author Commented:
Obviously photo have to be updated in realtime, non static image :-)
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mmarksburyCommented:
We need more info to help you.  What are you trying to accomplish?  What languages and platforms are you using?
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europa113Author Commented:
My language is Italian and English
Platform is html, css, asp
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mmarksburyCommented:
That's going to be tough.  Do you have anymore specifcs on what the imagery will be of?  
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Mark GilbertSenior Performance EngineerCommented:
If the images are already hosted by the sites you mention, and automatically update themselves using the same file names, ask them for permission to "link" their images into your page.  Otherwise, you will have to devise some sort of method of checking the page, looking for the image, download it to your server, and then serve it on your page.
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europa113Author Commented:
This is all obvoius....
The question is:
- get me url of site where "The images are declred as public to use on websites"
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Mark GilbertSenior Performance EngineerCommented:
Right click on an image, and select properties, to get it's address and name.
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europa113Author Commented:
This is an answer that I'm looking for:

EUMETSAT IMAGES

On http://oiswww.eumetsat.org/SDDI/cgi/listImages.pl?m=prod,sa=8,pr=RGB,c=DUST
at bottom of page you find :

Note: All Meteosat images shown on our Web server are subject to EUMETSAT copyright. If you wish to re-use these Meteosat images, EUMETSAT's copyright credit should be shown by displaying the words "copyright 2006 EUMETSAT" on each of the images shown.
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Mark GilbertSenior Performance EngineerCommented:
Yea, the images can be linked to by using the image reference: http://oiswww.eumetsat.org/SDDI/html/images/out/SDDI-20060724-0800-RGB-08-DUST-00-800.jpg.  I right clicked on the image, and selected properties.  And yes, if they require a disclaimer to be included when the image is used, the you can put it at the bottom of the image.
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europa113Author Commented:
On http://www.goes.noaa.gov/disclaim.html I find the requested:
DISCLAIMER
GEOSTATIONARY SATELLITE BROWSE SERVER

The information provided here is public domain and may be used freely by the public.

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europa113Author Commented:
MODERATOR REQUEST:
Please close this question as I've answered myself
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