TC STEVE

Feb 30 to March 10 2000

Image Gallery


Below is a series of satellite image previews showing the passage of TC Steve across northern Australia and down the west coast. Some of the images also show TC Norman towards the left of the image.

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

TRC14p060_GML.jpg
TRC14p060_GM.jpg
562 K February 30

TRCNorStv063_GML.jpg
TRCNorStv063_GM.jpg
622 K March 3

TRCNorStv066_GML.jpg
TRCNorStv066_GM.jpg
468 K March 6

TRCNorStv067_GML.jpg
TRCNorStv067_GM.jpg
760 K March 7

TRCSteve067_N4L.jpg
TRCSteve067_N4.jpg
402 K March 7

TRCNorStv068_GML.jpg
TRCNorStv068_GM.jpg
521 K March 8

TRCSteve069_N4L.jpg
TRCSteve069_N4.jpg
528 K March 9

TRCSteve070_N4L.jpg
TRCSteve070_N4.jpg
550 K March 10


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carls@ace-net.com.au

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