Friday, 31 December 2010

NASA: Earth's Last Picture in the Year 2010

GOES-13 captured the image of the Earth in full plate on Thursday, December 30, 2010.

  Geostationary satellite Operational Environmental Satellite (GOES-13) belonging Ameriksa States Space Agency (NASA) to capture the last images of North and South America in 2010, when the world awaits the coming new year 2011.

GOES-13 captured the image of the Earth in full plate on Thursday, December 30, 2010. This amazing picture shows the cloud cover redah-pressure area over the Midwestern, United States and the Rocky Mountains, Colorado.

NASA's GOES Project, located at Goddard Space Center NASA, plagued by wild weather that occurred throughout 2010.
GOES-13 assigned to monitor the southern U.S., the Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico, and Caribbean. Meanwhile, GOES-11 monitor weather conditions in the western U.S. and eastern Pacific Ocean.

In 2010. GOES satellites provide images and animations busy air systems, including tropical cyclones that cause blizzards, floods and high winds.

As is known, extreme weather hit the world at the end of 2010. Snow storm hit Europe and the United States, airports paralyzed, resulting in a number of airlines to cancel flights.

Weather anomalies occur in Australia. A number of regions in Australia, as in New South Wales and Victoria, generally enjoying the summer at the end of the year. However, it is happening is the falling snow.

Continuous rain drown even half of the state of Queensland, Australia, 200,000 people were forced to evacuate. Queensland declared a disaster area.

Source:: VIVAnews

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