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Interpreting Infrared Satellite Image Data

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Roman White
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« on: November 07, 2009, 09:50:45 pm »

I wonder what the vis sat image showed out of interest?.
The last one at 1300UTC showed a layer of Stratus above Poltava area, but large gaps in ~50km to the west & south.

P.S. Wow, just a short time before this thin Stratus layer started to dissipate and now it seems that a completely overcast sky turns into something better (?)... err... although transparency is horrible, only a few bright stars near zenith are visible.  Undecided
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