TC ROSITA

17th to 19th April 2000

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Below is a series of satellite image previews showing the passage of TC Rosita towards Broome in North Western Australia.

Each of the images is linked to the full size images on the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Operational Significant Event Imagery server.

The full size images are quite large, usually over 500 K, but the quality is excellent.

Click on an image to download the full version.

Images

TRC27S108_GML.jpg
TRC27S108_GM.jpg
483 K April 17

TRC27S109_GML.jpg
TRC27S109_GM.jpg
518 K April 18

TRC27S110_GML.jpg
TRC27S110_GM.jpg
529 K April 19

The two infrared images below are from the
NPMOC Satellite Image server
and have false colours applied
with white-blue being 'hot' and red-black being 'cold'.

Rosita's Tail Spans Australia
TC Rosita's outflow 'tail' spanning Australia
18th April 15:31 UTC

RositaApproachingBroome
TC Rosita Approaching Broome

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