GOES Data Books: The GOES Data Books provide a good overview of the satellite platform and various instrument packages.
GOES NOP Engineering Documents
GOES I-M Engineering Documents
GOES DEF Engineering Documents
Data Notes: Historical data quality issues are discussed.
GOES Status: The Space Weather Prediction Center maintains a historical status page for GOES SEM data.
Software for early full resolution data: Convert FITS Binary Tables to ASCII tables.
Particle Event List: This list of energetic particle events is prepared by the Space Weather Prediction Center
The Moon: Here you can find some Images of the moon
December 1, 2009 : GOES-10 Decommissioned
GOES-10 (aka GOES-K) was launched on April 25, 1997 from the Cape Canaveral Launch Complex and after 12 1/2 years of faithful service was
decommissioned from NOAA's satellite fleet. GOES-14 is now the primary source of X-ray Sensor (XRS) data used by the Space Weather Prediction
Center (SWPC). There are currently no secondary satellites for electrons, protons or X-rays.
September 1, 2010: GOES-12 Decommissioned