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17 May 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18SashaM6IOR51.5074, 0.1278https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vkBp0qeflWUpTDqVXUbbfZqTdvUBsEVvhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1fNiZ-5qyjSZX0bVuVXrXjBxtvfiRv9zx
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16 Jul 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18SashaM6IOR48.7758, 9.1829https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BWFMSKu8fK2IhllRoWlosPlKKzHmVhJ_https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BVMWZT5LNMAKWKPac8nKGGr467ShCHrO
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26 Jul 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19SashaM6IOR48.7758, 9.1829https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FBu34--x8r7ibZeD3GIpYyX1ZfGC-OkHhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1SbNzzLHVltsQ119TMz_MOSSg-Y9QYz5j
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05 Sep 2020n/aquadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-19Yoshi MatsuokaJF1SAG35.436,139.336https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eGIp_CSztO-y-Hx5bgN_YvFI8NvTjI0Rhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1wZHmRwMTwueGFECEwcGa4DVDRQigp0VFhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=12G0pguLuMFDqBBb4uFgTfXcoWqmSbrvx
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05 Sep 2020n/aquadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-15Yoshi MatsuokaJF1SAG35.436,139.336https://drive.google.com/open?id=11Ea6yIpSY_Gd7XWqaxNxmE_Zo52gHdqOhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1CB_MOp4qeGRBUkxYbhTDwxgDdXAujJhw
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05 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19BillNQ6Z38.917222, -77.341666https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Z3Kc7bDBjcgsYa2RKoOoUqdbupaY4mMzhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ddv4BYwtz0FoSYjTokVjROrAxiM7grhu
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-15Ankit Sharma21.7279, 73.0121https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xZykS7xzZfT9qKKTFuiOk8jOSLHW-PR4https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NgRfovgWmnmwJmOnLGQizxQbEt1FqQrghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1z1_HAV7DxiQzdvpQkZa2RSGl0go4nLoVSky – Mostly clear with few Clouds, sunny day , Ambient Temperature – 35 Degree Celsius, Country – India.
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-15Sofia Caferri43.0193, 13.4953https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uSAMQoIpG1PR8ezR-os9kknZlwjRlYKHhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1nuChDKFhyMeP-nVj9qpENIrrvn3JPEi7As the temperature rises, the political climate gets heated here in my village. The extremely high temperatures during both summer and winter have negatively influenced the amount of drinkable water during the year. The local government implemented strategies for preserving water by cutting off water supply during the night hours. Collectively the community is trying to rationalize water. The shortage and scarcity of water are creating tension between citizens. The fear of not having water or being able to take a shower, wash your vegetables, cook meals is growing among the villagers. Particularly during the pandemic where washing hands is an important hygienic step, water scarcity generates an unsettling climate.
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06 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18L. Paul VerhageKD4STH43.62,-116.93https://drive.google.com/open?id=1U6r5f9wlwrhVM7M9MkMcdkiMw6Z2GbT5https://drive.google.com/open?id=1peQg_m0TcjBv3nOHlI4Q-FY79lUX3Ufn
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06 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Soph DyerM6NYX51.505478, -0.180687https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QWpGJEfKnwf8iSLDk9s6TTLeMHRE3Sxuhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1RL4Nc4ttv_OzBu6BuWj6Kuuih4nuDOKPhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1fV07EbKS9LcOkHO8MXAYK0UmDfXHcrPT, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1roGajANjCAUqVxhx9iecbyXBWwWCiZHy, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1e2YuK9iXgX9WcuOdzJ0VauKh2miVHUGr, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BO_JjD3AMx-s0ElgyhLIeylpNGIr1sUy
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-19Ankit Sharma21.7279, 73.0121https://drive.google.com/open?id=12Mk3bxZHzii5fNtFHRpP1480IIfEAYSwhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1m-CU4q60sL4ZlDOKN_7BUuPPRwsSnDMzhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=12ejpH-bQYC6F6suHJXE4afvXoK66XdCiSky – Cloudy, Ambient Temperature – 31 degree celsius, Country – India.
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06 Sep 2020n/aloopNOAA-15WXVids42.271, -73.766https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ALkPuWDzVx6FiqSlR1xv4Agvd7M2CGAihttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1p8YJ2og53maH3jXj_sK60Szn4Jz9s_FRhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1OYrLjOg-B3ZDgIOmmqDbwPapQJZoQrwj/view?usp=sharingnot sure of the political climate, seems mixed.
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06 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-15BillNQ6Z38.916389, -77.341944https://drive.google.com/open?id=1lH7QG5PATBYiv7jk089cjwTpJZzoWkjahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1mi7Q6xBfWyaRacI9hcRjeWyeLNChImDF
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06 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19BillNQ6Z38.916389, -77.341944https://drive.google.com/open?id=1GDm39UxxciyvSGhDt9lSJAQVE7H3m37Xhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1CY9nLYBTXRZUZ7Erdblux6AKd1jt_VE3
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-15Ankit Sharma21.7279, 73.0121https://drive.google.com/open?id=1d0HbVtIdBEwi7I6NFwA8mHHZxuOPAoKJhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1bDGnPAPfzScM6UR8t-N6RttxN7QJp5F1https://drive.google.com/open?id=12jP-dDjSVVCV52wmztQpi9fUM5mzohMRSky – Clear, Ambient Temperature – 29 Degree Celsius, Night pass, Country – India.
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-19Ankit Sharma21.7279, 73.0121https://drive.google.com/open?id=18zvJrpKikiz2hcbsUd5JHOblshbeGmQ9https://drive.google.com/open?id=11tZ--Dhn0qJ0AgJ7yyC78J7cQTunmbDihttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1r4tP4L2PbNVHpbDE8p4vzebocY29Kx-vSky – Clear, Ambient Temperature – 29 degree Celsius, Night Pass, Country – India.
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06 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-15BillNQ6Z38.916389, -77.341944https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_twBi8aN_r8MJvgf3yw1TtMMMUmGDyEChttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1aDKO9Iteokhkg86YPK-ZE1Cau0D7psYm
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06 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18BillNQ6Z38.916389, -77.341944https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_bjAYs4ZHMo1ZI5T_Sr9rq7VEOwQKI79https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AExESHyDi3XFHzqQd1-zVoIyPYd_AFqO
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06 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Sasha EngelmannM6IOR48.76767, 9.17192https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bMZD_mRAchct2Hd-efgWlkpq4PYtX1IYhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ApN1dOuBVajUonkq4KNsWQ5_8zjybB7ehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=18-KNPQyIW6exdpfvqCeGKrocgD9OVmbCExcerpt from 'Autumn' by Rainer Maria Rilke:

The leaves fall, fall as from far,
Like distant gardens withered in the heavens,
They fall with slow and lingering descent.

And in the nights, the heavy Earth too, falls,
From out the stars into the Solitude.
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-15Audrey Briot42.549516, 2.974912https://drive.google.com/open?id=1xqpLTgOMzjoNKNf5uAWMWfDXNRyyW8WBhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZbF4hzBqGIz41aQm9TBbKlcKUdnCTyCjhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=18bgYS0sQnRE-sCgOQ19ALXJsEnCfmDv1, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1OLzDeK45YgJ-pxh95MGMa_JyrxIQqL1NIt was raining today so I installed my V-Dipole antenna on one of my studio's rooftop. I covered it with plastic bags to protect connexions. The antenna is facing south, which means that it is kind of facing the house of my neighbour. This neighbour is often spying us, so I wonder what she thinks about this antenna.
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-15Joaquin Ezcurra-34.382434, -58.568435https://drive.google.com/open?id=18sZdY7VkvrRJbdmsXjP-ZUSeJ1C6lY0Ehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1SAHxux-VWm3qBioafSE8nB5LxKpXluXvhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=10j9IP__HKQzMOpHOwsIYeu4ln8sck5AzRecorded on an island in Sarmiento river, part of the Delta of Paraná river, where wetlands have been burning in the last months.
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-19zwettstein47.5511591, -122.2522296https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_jcRTo2N7SVeaRZKmRRgoF4TRvh9Bt4ghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1KV_xjsKQbyi28ll9inpvzWetxLCzyzvpCurrently experiencing wildfire particulate drifting in from the Pacific Ocean, originating from forest fires in Oregon and California…
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-18zwettstein47.5511591, -122.2522296https://drive.google.com/open?id=1OOpPeeCIVC-vhuZrg4sqR2P4p63H0lnXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1TzbEhiVpYeYsvYi7DThXAv1fIPN9jSaZ
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06 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-18Ankit Sharma21.7279, 73.0121https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hAplxgj5QAO_dsict0jzgcagDJ0dGYNthttps://drive.google.com/open?id=18R0N-tvYYZ-8P83Qu9NBBhzuSEmq9Zvrhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1_NlmUTOtRgdfU5Nr9q3nrrYPAa_4M-CPSky – Totally Clear, Very sunny and warm Atmosphere, Ambient Temperature – 36 Degree Celsius. Country – India.
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07 Sep 2020n/av-dipoleNOAA-19Steve Engelmann34.036, -118.687https://drive.google.com/open?id=1TpIVuAif2up6_KXWZmIzz_8ShyjQu7zUhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Q7uy7RdHvEjN9o_ozUE4zAO4s-oWBlJOhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1tEvwHASDhVXsBH257UeMIxn8FJUQDHAb/view?usp=sharingI drove up into the hills of Malibu. It was 41°C. I hope everything recorded correctly. I heard the ticking. I'm very interested to see what it looks like.
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09 Sep 2020n/aquadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-19Carl ReinemannUsradioguy43.006962, -88.800426https://drive.google.com/open?id=13EAZ6FdoYPs19X8Pl3vckRM65JS9Ot1Ahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=16pFBwMgaPDQ8Z-jCgZDwf1pdNTntdSWJOvercast with rain showers all day. High 56F. Winds NE at 10 to 15 mph. Very Gloomy
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18 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19FamSchä48.799530, 9.185814https://drive.google.com/open?id=1r11BtmViyRQI1EZtKPcEVPlqhJ0TaHe9https://drive.google.com/open?id=1KeXAuAyh-LfWAxknlGmNxwHPxXStj-lsThis image was taken in the proximity of many more turnstile antennas during a group sensing session as the finale of an amazing workshop. The surrounding was an artist built compound. It was my very first recording.
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20 Sep 2020n/aquadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-15YoshiJF1SAG35.436,139.336https://drive.google.com/open?id=1AA7fKtBhhwXke_y0NhXSWbMIMMKGUP4Khttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1iauUa5AL9HDrVBFXL4-Pc9pO_PSbzRzL
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21 Sep 2020n/aquadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-18YoshiJF1SAG35.436,139.336https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kHMT2LnY2_bfquJxhO99-DRKm92qSCeOhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1GiHqmFIN4UebWDBp2BCBBydi_JsvWzvN
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21 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18FamSchä48.327609, 10.152472 https://drive.google.com/open?id=1vNgOvWy5IgqHTjRgmZsSu16pmDZ5XQnQhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1k4k0faiOzWaMGrQ_lNRyv7ZR-XYXFLEtThis was a family effort. Three people involved in the recording, two did it for the first time. It was an open field in the country side, clear blue sky. Many passersby were irritated by the activity. Afterwards we listened to some radio together.
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21 Sep 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19FamSchä48.329552, 10.157454https://drive.google.com/open?id=1guSxbHGIIION66FWqWLtyoFa80CNtlmchttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1QMevWBbJEQ-VgXDTsQJwaKCH2qCWAtyXThis recording happened by accident. We were playing around with the antenna on the porch and suddenly the signal appeared so we decided to record it. The antenna was held by three people, one did it for the first time. It was a pleasant evening with the BBQ just heating up.
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22 Sep 2020n/aquadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-18YoshiJF1SAG35.436,139.336https://drive.google.com/open?id=1VCViVrBAyrHkrR31oMesLiyRnMUvXBgahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1OXFXrMy68P310FktxKndqdOLozvAJBC5
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07 Oct 2020n/aquadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-18YoshiJF1SAG35.436,139.336https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zyMsqbKNZcdlI4ck9GM2hidEFo_XhM78https://drive.google.com/open?id=16EbG5A0zow4H9wn4Ov3AMVG-At9HonTL
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07 Oct 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18SashaM6IOR48.7758, 9.1829https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LTsATirNewl1H6ZXatg35sJKQztrFIbzhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1BCGo1WWgsRNon63gArJKFyD9q3MPzqlF
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07 Nov 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18n.n.n. collective48.800034, 9.187269https://drive.google.com/open?id=1d3kr7k0589t3sLkqzOjzXYOghhz3Gy4khttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1cyU8tP9ouUfHn33c5wh-9BSmetBSsI84https://drive.google.com/open?id=15Q2xdCZSAB5kQwfi6dT5u0QaytaESd_sThe recording was done in the proximity of Kunstverein Wagenhallen e.V. The occasion was the preparation of an exhibition dealing with Hegel's universalism and its influence on location and mapping as political practices. The area is industrial and surrounded by a lot of large metal constructions.
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07 Nov 2020n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19n.n.n. collective 48.800034, 9.187269https://drive.google.com/open?id=1-wti61vbLEcef-f0zzOWkbipi5kr7l-thttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1lGJCKWoH3M9T-j2IcZZveHqJIag6WPOeThe recording was done in the proximity of Kunstverein Wagenhallen e.V. The occasion was the preparation of an exhibition dealing with Hegel's universalism and its influence on location and mapping as political practices. The area is industrial and surrounded by a lot of large metal constructions.
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20 Jan 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-15n.n.n. collective48.765213, 9.182374https://drive.google.com/open?id=13F4hKbs4Zaj3753ZIyf9_xlZKh6Yc4Gmhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1N3XSPNCRlDRMz3onOwCQGrULqhorl1Umhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1uKIMJPtmSHwVH5Z4mLZpunhgKGeNf3ZdThe sensing happened on a hill everyone refers to as Teehaus due to the tea house that stands there. The hill allows a North-West-South view over the city valley. It was difficult to climb the hill due to ice and there was a cold wind blowing. Our hands were extremely cold during the sensing. Since the satellite passed only at 49 degrees and the hill we were standing on was not higher than the hills surrounding the valley on the other side, we received only a very weak and partial signal.
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23 Jan 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-15FamSchä48.329552, 10.157454https://drive.google.com/open?id=1B6fI3Hq2vi3Sd5Qzb8_SiEV9aQkuQcalhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1IRJNPMkDgGU12a3dsAvbqeVqvzW4uDp4https://drive.google.com/open?id=1nK09rFakaWF_ko1PrnMRjeS3LVT4JnuhWhen I woke up I wanted to check the satellite passes for the day and realized there was one happening in that very moment, passing right in front of my window. I quickly assembled the antenna and caught the second half of the pass through the open window of my room.
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23 Jan 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18FamSchä48.329552, 10.157454https://drive.google.com/open?id=1exTxcjXCvsLk2B_Ar3Yx7J17ccCY3Ek6https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Rn-c1qjz2_JM8Gb_MX17K8ByzenYf0bPhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZJrZVyA4_2sd-lfgrh7SL6WvSlGc6oFyThis image was received simultaneously with a friend in a different location. We had exchanged the passing times earlier in the day and then both sensed from our locations and shared our images later on. The sensing was done domestically on the porch – just stepping outside to check the satellite.
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23 Jan 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19FamSchä48.329552, 10.157454https://drive.google.com/open?id=1f7adItxeo_qe6O-HOnj_O4v8M19zxGGMhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ycmU9j5M9-M5oxiQyQh3QLIIzQqFzO7Rhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1Bo7XcTYMko5voaeUZwR2wGAbZUdQSX0_/view?usp=sharingThis image was received together in collaboration with my mum. We were not able to receive a signal although all the settings were correct so we tried to change location and walked to the open crossway close by. Eventually I saw the signal at 138.009.662 instead of the regular NOAA 19 frequency which I had set Cubic SDR to. I changed frequency and suddenly we received the signal and started recording. So far nobody has been able to explain this frequency shift of the satellite to me. Any hints are welcome.
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24 Jan 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18FamSchä48.329552, 10.157454https://drive.google.com/open?id=1BU8Wi7v1Mu-XsPa-7X0yHaQh-_jG4g4Shttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1rwOlFzxDcHYzQaRzT9aFJKll2_P02NaXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1tQwMFkTM8PqtINxc_kknt9UaXik8yuTPThis was my dad's very first satellite sensing session. We did it in the open field on a beautiful sunny morning and a pass at almost 90 degrees.
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26 Jan 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-15n.n.n. collective48.7936366, 9.1608991https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QiXi3lsjL_dKXXFtmf_V4NDJ4KWK7IAChttps://drive.google.com/open?id=16p-FOGDfr8Eb7wtEKmqM4PVM55wCUhb0https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bLHm0uN42YNyKTAzZbXvbDYXmUFKcOwsThis stellite pass was recorded while it was snowing. Although the pass was happening at almost 90 degrees it was very difficult to receive the signal. We were standing on a hill that overlooks valleys on both sides. Theoretically there were no large obstructions blocking the signal and the direction of the pass was clear.
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05 Mar 2021n/av-dipoleNOAA-18George Ridgway50.978180, -2.167653https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZcdOLs8ZpGC87JRnN_tk28oIyEmXxhi4https://drive.google.com/open?id=1MnI_66cDhmaTqLxaiA4knrpgXOpQObcE
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28 Mar 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Olivia Berkowicz48.7758, 9.1829https://drive.google.com/open?id=17DezwqcyPcVo4b0KlWRcepi3XOtBvNTYhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1LZSqZuggSF5y1lhm-qdjKjnbHYPGQ6irDecoding with Akademie Schloss Solitude fellows, second day of decoding
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28 Mar 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18flow48.78232, 9.17702https://drive.google.com/open?id=1fl4snC7ZisMzP_PFXLc-I3duYU0CB-2khttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1--kGte10akVLhbdmelDw7MrMC6ZHdT_e
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28 Mar 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Fanteugia48.7868, 9.0844https://drive.google.com/open?id=19ACRnX4w1cp8loLMJHJthHco4ve3omO_https://drive.google.com/open?id=191S1OXTJKmccO0kbhTr0kZUWl1c-SFoIhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1PFYlp7Te3eL5oc39HjsPKWlaPeflHuNi
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13 Jul 2021n/av-dipoleNOAA-18Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YErrxCVF2I2T0HvEh5_Twl9UZcQPG0Rchttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1X5Hrgie42wOth-ivOf0p_nEoAfx-oNMz
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20 Jul 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Sasha EngelmannM6IOR56.61309814, -6.25491991https://drive.google.com/open?id=1tsv5_D3q1BH7XK9aJs3rdskm8xXrzpBphttps://drive.google.com/open?id=11zz_abZD1XOqUM1a03GhPrmN9Oyb221c
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23 Jul 2021n/av-dipoleNOAA-18Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=15FjKMkXxsC0st5qQtRQTg1MaJHjcaTL9https://drive.google.com/open?id=1LdRnxUjF4rY-yiJEIh7MI_eivbndTAdQ
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24 Jul 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FLTX7DHuw4dmd1xn_31U5gqPxc0eLUP3https://drive.google.com/open?id=1epkoEiwBzQz2xQfCF1uNB8hyDru8_Ljk
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29 Jul 2021n/av-dipoleNOAA-19Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=17OfboZlyU7onxhhkBUO77Lykmp6GkJthhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1KofaCQv2jGEdopJz15z_Ig_BPgTngOxL
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13 Aug 2021n/av-dipoleNOAA-19Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=1M8SZBaNB87fz7S2cOK4-phApC_VNqimbhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=17RzUcWA0kfdXY5Mg0WN-fs9MR1GjidSH
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20 Aug 2021n/av-dipoleNOAA-18Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UIXBNYNYFVcVIo1MbNz7N3WI-lFg3jy_https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ywpnxMjAD5-lWTmkZlgr9uxS96ilgrq1
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02 Sep 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Sasha EngelmannM6IOR51.5074, 0.1278https://drive.google.com/open?id=1d-upY-vxq3W_yKEp35WrrZrHIgXsmsBqhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1aF3rB-xJX4zfe_X_-fzOgEQHzPO9ShW5
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06 Sep 2021n/av-dipoleNOAA-18Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=1c8cSe6UjDPqKyk0Wck-My-q4xTdj7nEQhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=11wvsFf5vXPAopmycIAPzmmGQ5gtI_xrv
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11 Sep 2021n/av-dipoleNOAA-18Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YPNq_tw2Cjcjj51ihz5GUPzJEQEbOasxhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ryjd_-aAIQbU0frYOkBYYCoV6ve3WW0Y
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13 Sep 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zDySMNSAZJ6QxQyyJXyTNIgXbExrimTChttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1LSMEzKpdaAZVL6Xe_qWod662nJBB49fI
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14 Sep 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Lothringer 13 Halle48.13743, 11.57549https://drive.google.com/open?id=1PB02bj3q6elnXUKpJxf9tKADei8u3w88https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Wvt-Jb4HSI1DRPh9SQxVLoUKYB6fp78f
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17 Sep 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Lothringer 13 Halle47.73333, 10.31667https://drive.google.com/open?id=1_NtMGIGhJFEIxHmgmp4hJAAhCTpAcJ-ahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Hd_jUjyo_3rYUHfZ-jJJaXldo_0yDsyi
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18 Sep 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Lothringer 13 Halle47.73333, 10.31667https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Xy9UVVpbNQwEn7nrBQ20YEmbO_tvKSSKhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1pSI_yfQ_L7ZZh-cZQtrfD7pew3C433tr
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19 Sep 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Lothringer 13 Halle47.73333, 10.31667https://drive.google.com/open?id=1z84lmit3LmWJ3PgmhonIO9U5pMIkXAGqhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1bD-7wvMyKugHhJV6jztdSfbl2g_M4mFy
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19 Sep 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Lothringer 13 Halle47.73333, 10.31667https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NydvhQZtzmt1kTCHZY6mgf1kbPziiEZ_https://drive.google.com/open?id=1axA9Uk5_LkWGWAuQyW83Jq3RJ68nmxjs
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07 Oct 2021n/aturnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Asst. Prof. Dr. Chonmapat TorasaHS1JZV13.8520, 100.6100https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rVvYZFrLntks5omrT47UXIvxpnPoz7m-https://drive.google.com/open?id=1GzkKwPpa9In6OqgsrfDh4q6eAMLFNc0z
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28 Oct 202109:30:49turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Cédrick Tshimbalanga-4.4419, 15.2663KinshasaDR Congohttps://drive.google.com/open?id=15zSBOO0WKibXgVWmzggsF3hYb7awIkmdhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1khFr0f2ye3_Rmw87zrzWwDlFCNfuFZEPhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1yVmge5xYAQsw_ex2VE-pnNb7PGRxI6pr , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Sa2ASP_k4HQsV3lKheaD8tWvz1MMwTpC , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Rbf7n3RwiDMcDUPSUTQIHnyvwACB36t_ , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XGoSH7yMVP5PPn8yhFFNrWmnwu-Ue_S4 FR: Mon expérience pendant cette période était que je n'ai jamais travaillé avec la météo, et et non plus avec des antennes, mais j'étais très impatien pour voir les images satélitaire et aussi une chose que j'ai aussi aimé c'est que j'ai apris a capté le passe satelite. C'était très difficile au début mais après très facile et un peu comme un jeu ou je dois reclter des images avec précision mais aurienté par un son c'était trés interéssant et j'ai beaucoup aimé. EN: My experience during this period was that I never worked with the weather, nor with antennas, but I was very impatient to see the satellite images and also one thing that I also liked is that I I learned the satelite pass. It was very difficult at the beginning but afterwards very easy and a bit like a game where I have to capture images with precision but being directed by a sound it was very interesting and I liked it a lot. (English translation by Sasha Engelmann)FR: Dans mon environnement j'ai constaté que le climat a beaucoup changé. Quand je retoune dans un passer recent je trouve que il y avait encore une bonne transition climatique. La saison de pluie était vivante on le pluie était abondante, et pendant la saison seche la il faisait beacoup plus froid. Mais ce qui ne plus le cas en ce moment. Le soleil domine, plus manque de pluie manque de froid pendant la saison seche, le soleil prend plus de place et le climat devient plus chaud dans mon environnement. EN: In my environment I noticed that the climate has changed a lot. When I go back to a recent past I find that there was still a good climate transition. The rainy season was alive and the rain was abundant, and during the dry season it was much colder. But this is no longer the case at the moment. The sun dominates, there is more lack of rain, lack of cold during the dry season, the sun takes up more space and the climate becomes warmer in my environment. (Translation by Sasha Engelmann)
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29 Oct 202111:47:18v-dipoleNOAA-18Sofia Cyclone43.01965, 13.496519Santa Vittoria in MatenanoItalyhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1na1FKvCvE2FGNlZj1WD3mVItGcb5qYXLhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1zuHZWey2x4NgUjRW9B5pFViV0kXsIi3_
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30 Oct 202111:37:17v-dipoleNOAA-18Sofia Cyclone43.019267, 13.495258Santa Vittoria In MatenanoItalyhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1t-A4zeN4aJnIoiPpZuJKWBP-iFosnm1Z/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=127QD-SuNHIO0P_IMXB9LXUKqNuPT6Eg0https://drive.google.com/open?id=1F25yQiJT_pXEakZYsiCpbWK3suZVa9pdIt seemed like the weather was in my favor. I positioned my DIY Satellite Station on a sunny spot on the field. The day was sunny, and I felt warm sitting in the sun. However, I could tell I was “experiencing” the winter weather by looking at the cirrus clouds in the sky and by the sudden cold breeze, that would surprise me when I was concentrated holding the antenna and looking at the SDR waterfall. We experienced a very hot summer this year. This has led to water shortages and local governmental restrictions on the use of water. The summer drought also led to scarce flowering of plants. In winter it had repercussions for the local production of honey (bees struggled to find pollen) and chestnuts, which need humidity and wet soil.
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31 Oct 202107:25:00turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Chonmapat TorasaHS1JZV13.8520, 100.6100Bangkhen, BangkokThailandhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1q6UOcvxbGzCbzPUqE6s2ebfLGe42FmNchttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1LeTSNuEf_NKdBL494XGD1zdDHNynZ0jP
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31 Oct 202107:34:44v-dipoleNOAA-19Ankit Sharma19.199,72.858MumbaiIndiahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1pVXUGR0yF88dzV1mPULk_ZPs-z5Q0R1uhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1g2r_0YNoNsiNo46RRyAu4VyEvzE5WQ9xWeather during this reception was pleasant, windy moderate temp of 27 degree Celsius felt like 25. Humidity was high. Sky was totally clear with no clouds. If I analyze the climate change over last 5 years around my locality , the weather has been lot dustier , small concentrated uneven rains , increase in storms & cyclone hits. Increase in temperature significantly. Increase in pollution.
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31 Oct 202107:35:08turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Dey Kim37.656111, 126.765556GoyangSouth Koreahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1JvX7oveAjNjcO43p-t5Jf5D66X0VJBJRhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=14sLVfGz0OCme-Q5xikUefCWjjDE39Fpghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1YQeYu6An9vScRjh45BmwMw6DOYpSsfS- , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZPU9GolnPm1Z6c7bbRMGaEMTv5lMSLh-Partly cloudy
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31 Oct 202107:47:48quadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-15Joaquín Ezcurra, Aimée JuhazsLU7AIR-34.196284, -58.883074Parque Nacional Ciervo de los Pantanos, Campana, ArgentinaArgentinahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1HzCOEjD6WFl3jLuLgrZ02vBeRWJGfkDxhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1XkrbZpvSjtFdOm_D19TJGG6esrUZSsJthttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Gh4q3iCqKox-7cHdlCsL5tD6t3YbAmWB , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FwOpFyfi9qDsxA4yUZimoDov_sdul1GC , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1PHDw4XG3svEPbqVhG9uqaK1x0FNDdM18, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1f7xtGBM8ml0Evgoakzy5Bx4kH4FJ2CkG , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1EtCF0JEVlNltdhArQGcpMOLmdlMI5mruToday was a day of unexpected low temperatures, after many days of intense heat in the region of Buenos Aires and surrounding areas. After a week of record high temperatures -this has been the hottest October in record- the, but the arrival of a Sudestada, cooled the region. The Sudestada (Southeast blow) is a common meteorological phenomenon in the region of Río de la Plata and surrounding areas, of cold winds from the south to the southeast quadrant, which saturates polar air masses with moisture. Since the Río de la Plata is immensely wide and rather shallow, this wind has been historically associated with rising waters and floods. As we were recording the NOAA satellite passes, the wind was blowing at roughly 30kms per hour – and increasing- from the SE, and the temperature falling. The moving mass of air lifted the dust of a dirt road, and at times, the screen of my laptop moved when it received a sudden wind gust. The arrival of this breeze had us a little worried if it would be accompanied with precipitation, but thankfully no, we could do the whole satellite pass without getting wet. The wind did give us a sense of excitement and connection with what we were doing. In this respect, as the sky was overcast, we reflected on how the satellite download link was offering us a glimpse above the very same clouds we were seeing. For the Open Weather field trip, we chose a location that we feel dearly about and that is extremely at risk of climate change. It's a wetlands protected area bordering the Paraná River, north-west from Buenos Aires, called Parque Nacional Ciervo de los Pantanos. From our ground station we could see the Tala trees forest in the Barranca (slope), and following in the open prairies, many islands of Cortaderas (Pampa's grass). We joked about whether Ciervo de los Pantanos ( Wetlands deer) would be interested in the NOAA satellite overpass, and indeed it didn't appear. In recent years and up to present time, the communities living in the delta of the Paraná River in Argentina are suffering dearly from both low levels of water, and increasing number of fires during the winter, the dry season. Both phenomena have been widely associated to climate change (Camilloni et al, Klekailo) are already changing for the worst the lives of millions of people who live around this area, as well as presenting harder conditions for the survival of animals, insects, plants and trees.
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31 Oct 202107:48:00v-dipoleNOAA-15pablo cattaneoLU1EPC-38.03898, -57.5259mar del plataArgentinahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1FF5fU_krZnO7qF50ebLSVM7uZTtF0eXBhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1mwOPxXa5Sv6rjJTM4J2N55oW7u0QvIInhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=10FUxZCEgV_3lNj3zF2dX7MgGYqhWFDWd, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jflEPWOnT3PB2gUxGq24NeGif69Z19Lp muy bueno hacer la antena instalar configurar sdr para ls recepcion, hay mucho para mejorar sin duda.muy importante hoy dia
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31 Oct 202108:07:11turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Jasmin Schädler / FamSchä48.794875722583235, 9.175697125243882StuttgartGermanyhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1kEdgrn2GCi_FEfq7uuP-Y57QgdIAiohLhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=15XwiQM02Q6zJJvdJBA0kUis_JVNIV1-9https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rJQR3RL6CLFWueOJJFt58KiCvKQCIpdf , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eYdaApjTXMP3ahdNQiFj18BBSeQ3AaOV , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1hxO1H3h2EmYUJd-QxR5nTEKDspdy2ruaThe weather this morning was beautiful and since we just ended daylight saving last night it was already really bright and also quite sunny. The temperature felt very agreeable even at 9 degrees due to the sun. There was some fog lying over the city and the sun light was defused by some thin clouds. There was almost no wind. I chose an outlook platform for this pass that is located such that the trajectory from N-E-S was free of obstacles. I had a perfect view over the valley that the inner city of Stuttgart is located in. Even though the pass had an elevation of 70°, I had trouble receiving the signal. It felt somehow deflected and was difficult to capture. The whole pass was very noisy and the resulting image is almost pure distortion. This summer we had heavy rains. They flooded buildings, streets, tunnels and the sewerage. Also many trees were destroyed by heavy wind and thunderstorms. However, looking at other parts of Germany this region was still very lucky since there were no landslides.
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31 Oct 202108:10:59turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-15Bill LilesNQ6Z38.91639, -77.34167Reston, VirginiaUSAhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1VkZoQ3s2_Kj3Y9QiwoQXtxs1Jjh9MmoFhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1bRgD4n3fNkSBsv0IqLIzsOEAI2WROQRZIt is 11.1 Degrees C. Misty pleasentUsually at this time of the year, the trees have lost their leaves. Currently most of the leaves are still on the trees and displaying a variety of colors. Climate change has impacted the plant cycles.
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31 Oct 202108:11:09quadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-19Carl Reinemann Usradioguy.com43.004, -88.480Jefferson WisconsinUnited Stateshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1PG51gOdp81O1KZR4CSLeUwluvNsXL0ighttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1buve-2hXuyN0XF8hkTQ_f_pV61AouNQF/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1KaE1NpnqIlgf7ebEbx4WZL7bkyruv_SU , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1t8DL1r9wuS2rI4oYHRII2OmHnRKjmOVd Cold, 44° F Fall is upon us and the leaves are crimson redLocal river conditions
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31 Oct 202108:33:00v-dipoleNOAA-19Zack Wettstein47.550852, -122.251091Seattle, WashingtonUSAhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1HzAEzCFfVU1OJCTuoiiJ-8lQuu5ut6WKhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1GPEF9TdKQ96RjB1mcNK21p1PPocp9qHZhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1QfV3YIcxOfpgPxJ-PjaZQCO3RlQr06wQI was crouched on the ground, huddled against the cold, my knees pressed on the frosty wood slats, as I was capturing the NOAA19 pass this morning. The sun had just risen and was gently warming the surroundings, and I watched the frost melt during the recording. This cold, dry, autumn, morning, with no wind in sight, is in stark contrast to the weather of the past week, when we were struck with an atmospheric river of rain from a bomb cyclone off the Pacific. I see the impacts of climate change reverberating in my community and environment. Summers bring record-setting heat waves, to a region with limited air-conditioning use, where it was not previously necessary. These typically coincide with waves of wildfire smoke, the plumes of which blow in from the mountains and forests here in Washington, or nearby British Columbia, Oregon, and California. As has happened in the past week with the record-setting atmospheric river that struck the West Coast, in the midst of a profound drought, we have had erratic precipitation patterns, causing major challenges to water quality, flooding, and landslides. I also see harmful algae blooms in the summer months that close fisheries and beaches to prevent illness. As a physician working in the emergency department, I see patients affected by these hazards wrought by climate change, who present with injuries, illness, and exacerbations of their underlying disease.
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31 Oct 202108:47:49quadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-15Carl Reinemann usradioguy.com43.004, -88.480Jefferson WisconsinUnited Stateshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1jJANEilguG7JA-SFU2ibL7h844e5xl-Lhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1qlYG0NCllYKff-GJBWX8YNwqu0sISjOThttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Rqt4HWYznzgy0ztZ6NVsbyUUeqGYbogx , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1CdrXMRyAhX2u7hEEEHnq0WtNUVMaHaZ2 , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1jW4KMnEMzBssUbKDvzQWJwe7_dC53dUU , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UvRgL8eNONSO9yfuYZ0qwoON-yTkwMsy Fall is here. Tempsdown to a chilly 44°F this morning and the leaves are a briliant crimsonLooking at river levels, and general enviromental condition
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31 Oct 202109:42:51turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Chonmapat TorasaHS1JZV13.8520, 100.6100Bangkhen, BangkokThailandhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1OT1cTAJMoYMp59Vp8sGLI6SYmimuZqxNhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1rAjGdsf008umILhqUZopp9bUhTj6hYKg
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31 Oct 202109:51:39v-dipoleNOAA-18Ankit Sharma19.199,72.858MumbaiIndiahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=16kd4__7xDfGwHtr5NafY9rP9hI3s0QVmhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=12v6b5K1ZeQaNue3xiTKIkNjJalKbV6bZweather had changed to hot and humid . More windy and clear sky. Peak Increase in Dust up to the limit that my laptop had a layer of dust on it when checked post reception. heavy pollution was felt .
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31 Oct 202110:05:49quadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-18Joaquín Ezcurra, Aimée JuhazsLU7AIR-34.196284, -58.883074Parque Nacional Ciervo de los Pantanos, Campana, ArgentinaArgentinahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=18IWxkhgkYZTv6FoqOrX6WfQEyCV5KM-ahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=13UiSSAUAU4GE-RMJGN6MAIzg8whsEQ9Whttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1l5mCbicNbarXVROId6AO-TWhoODjlVH7 , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1aLkIMt5afHBTgE3j3n1Ej38kjZgDmBWK , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1RMLBJkqD6Qmwk17J50htLkuJqt6Q9vFV , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rrXwNAsT0ekg5wxI_mLCJA1pOk31i5iP , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1cO8lWSoQE7-9SlO1XnGZ2vDPXPtTO9YRToday was a day of unexpected low temperatures, after many days of intense heat in the region of Buenos Aires and surrounding areas. After a week of record high temperatures -this has been the hottest October in record- the, but the arrival of a Sudestada, cooled the region. The Sudestada (Southeast blow) is a common meteorological phenomenon in the region of Río de la Plata and surrounding areas, of cold winds from the south to the southeast quadrant, which saturates polar air masses with moisture. Since the Río de la Plata is immensely wide and rather shallow, this wind has been historically associated with rising waters and floods. As we were recording the NOAA satellite passes, the wind was blowing at roughly 30kms per hour – and increasing- from the SE, and the temperature falling. The moving mass of air lifted the dust of a dirt road, and at times, the screen of my laptop moved when it received a sudden wind gust. The arrival of this breeze had us a little worried if it would be accompanied with precipitation, but thankfully no, we could do the whole satellite pass without getting wet. The wind did give us a sense of excitement and connection with what we were doing. In this respect, as the sky was overcast, we reflected on how the satellite download link was offering us a glimpse above the very same clouds we were seeing. For the open-weather field trip, we chose a location that we feel dearly about and that is extremely at risk of climate change. It's a wetlands protected area bordering the Paraná River, north-west from Buenos Aires, called Parque Nacional Ciervo de los Pantanos. From our ground station we could see the Tala trees forest in the Barranca (slope), and following in the open prairies, many islands of Cortaderas (Pampa's grass). We joked about whether Ciervo de los Pantanos ( Wetlands deer) would be interested in the NOAA satellite overpass, and indeed it didn't appear. In recent years and up to present time, the communities living in the delta of the Paraná River in Argentina are suffering dearly from both low levels of water, and increasing number of fires during the winter, the dry season. Both phenomena have been widely associated to climate change (Camilloni et al, Klekailo) are already changing for the worst the lives of millions of people who live around this area, as well as presenting harder conditions for the survival of animals, insects, plants and trees.
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31 Oct 202110:21:00turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Flow46.49,11.33VeniceItalyhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1fe5--sEIyF4AlZ2e-V5H3CCSyYxapnDBhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Job9T5KuJHkEW0QO-RsVvihnyfgMYk9jweather was good but cloudy
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31 Oct 202110:21:01turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Anna Pasco Bolta48.13743, 11.57549MunichGermanyhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1XImiX2-XlUKdsiPzj1Gv53hJyJPVYuUshttps://drive.google.com/open?id=13jEGaf-KO5WoBAPFoc1b8OFDg_KS4Jkchttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1TUgQy6Mqd3Rxwsx5rvQOiNqX0_9E2vGx
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31 Oct 202110:22:23turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Jasmin Schädler / FamSchä48.786844162404186, 9.084715764918794Schloss Solitude, GerlingenGermanyhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1iu73wZbQNcRkd3fR9RsosH20g33SVOX6https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HThmA6m1tUbFIuWFaC-hzLbbE8V-onrXhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1pjlWrK88QBnRyOph4NA-LXx3j0nydk9a, https://drive.google.com/open?id=1K5EEQ2Nfic3hdwO6U5OgNbw1BHW5QV3v The weather this morning was beautiful and since we just ended daylight saving last night it was already really bright and also quite sunny. The temperature felt very agreeable even at 10 degrees due to the sun. The fog had by now disappeared – this is my second pass of the day. By now the clouds were of cirrocumulus and cirrus kind. The second location I chose for sensing was further outside the city on the balcony of a small castle. It was more windy there and the trajectory was partially blocked by surrounding buildings which has substantial influence at an elevation of 47°. However, the reception was much clearer most of the time than during the first pass with an elevation of 77°. Theoretically the pass started at 18 past but I was only able to receive a proper signal at around 22 so I also only started the recording at this moment in time.This summer we had heavy rains. They flooded buildings, streets, tunnels and the sewerage. Also many trees were destroyed by heavy wind and thunderstorms. However, looking at other parts of Germany this region was still very lucky since there were no landslides.
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31 Oct 202110:37:16v-dipoleNOAA-18Natasha Honey-32.926670, 151.780014Newcastle, NSW Australiahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1SBcl-8Lt-4lnuVcQ2OZQGryHE36C5I0ehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1JeWnNoG-iyzU04FTSlzrw1WYmH7R5aBehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Xg1XuQpFm19Xafxot5VLCTLG9Y8cNwfC , https://drive.google.com/open?id=19oUM4PLrI0ihHTc80CZoJEiNhyOGVcEb , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uhqHmyzbTEg4Vr18tzsSf0kwuNZ-BYbS , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1N6Yck7Z2Nl-7jLFcUSKJRp9m9o5R2i33 , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mSaHCcPlxnCBHGjtk9PGb78Jo0VZadoDBright Sunny morning, A few clouds, but generally clear. A bit warm with a soft breeze. As a grower of food, rain and drought are a constant notion to be considered, we need a very precise balance of wetness and dryness, heat and cool to grow our crops. We are experiencing dramatic shifts in the timing of weather patterns in our region (For example the wet season coming early/late, the usual dry season being wet, etc.) in Australia. We had weeks and weeks of unprecedented blazing bushfires, that decimated many of our fragile ecosystems, followed by weeks of flooding, that washed away precious topsoil, and drowed or washed away our crops. The weather systems are getting tougher and tougher to predict, which is created havoc in planning what to plant, where to plant, and when to plant, and whether we can rely on such unstable weather to support our endeavors as small farmers.
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31 Oct 202110:59:12v-dipoleNOAA-18Steve Engelmann34.0522, -118.2437Los Angeles, CAUSAhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=13Pg29HHR15tueTlWxX4kC3XPqbMQY3_yhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1i58TNjagAcJbBYDgV13sP4m9PYtkBqPFhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1MGm22HKVoPm9cLdgPyMI61tyGkENim8J
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31 Oct 202111:00:17turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Sasha Engelmann, Soph DyerM6IOR, M6NYX51.5149, 0.1391The Photographers' Gallery, LondonUKhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=19Is1zD9lPLTd76unhItnKkMQqHU_TXh_https://drive.google.com/open?id=1moIBK_xXD7YCIG-8PmGMMKehHYQ3qEXzhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1_RySwDnixhuanpkQxPwhuKg5RykjIXoQ/view?usp=sharing , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1que2kb-0s94x8vnfGDdh2FAKEyk0PF5Z , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1zW55QhY7wypkqfQ_GJWtOQ3wkURTgPhg , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1OedVsLyklEcM84lbO04aswzbjAqm0cKo We woke to the sound of sheet rain. The weather apps on our phones marked our location on the edge of cyclonic weather system, its eye over Ireland. A yellow weather warning was in place for the South of the England. On way to The Photographers' Gallery, our location for the satellite pass, a branch fell on the car’s windscreen. A man on the radio ranted about the hypocrisy of world leaders flying into COP on “their private jets”, while he was expected to holiday on the Gower Peninsula. An Extinction Rebellion spokesperson joined in, live from Glasgow, only to be thrown off message by hostile questioning. We were in heavy weather!

The conversation in the car shifted to the more-than-meteorological weather, of London and the UK. What are the conditions that weigh and press on us and the people we know? London is vibrant with events and open pubs after years of lockdown, yet we know we do not weather the unfolding pandemic equally. There are signals of political and social movement. University workers are voting this week to potentially take strike action due to precarious labour conditions, an unacceptable gender pay gap and unequal policies in higher education.

By the time we reached the gallery, the rain had stopped. During the satellite pass it was still grey and squally, but by the end of the pass there was bright blue sky.

In background, the spinning screens of the BT tower announced the first day of COP26.
Two summers ago, there were such intense heat waves in London that the grass in our local Burgess Park turned white. The Shard (a building that resembles a broken piece of glass) loomed over the mound in the centre of the park. Yet, this summer, in 2021, the weather was unseasonably cold and wet. Lomond Grove, the street that links our two apartments, flooded several times. The other end of the country, North of Loch Lomond, temperatures hit an all time high. Cally, our holiday host on the Isle of Mull, warned us that the island’s water table was low after weeks without rain. Where were the wet Westerlies, she asked? The midges were not biting, but horse flies felt everywhere during the three weeks of exceptional, near 30C heat.
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31 Oct 202111:01:12turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Alison Scott with help from Aaron McCarthy (who took the pictures)55.831029, -4.270150Glasgow, Scotland Scotland, UKhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1h4PjQEQes4FAZ269NYNkvpkRJE1OWDB9https://drive.google.com/open?id=14WaRLWWsc_Ywkl8c5U8l1C1ghjJ0drjAhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1IJPJMeCe99BatmbDDCk2lp7WpPy7ukw8 , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1WKUq1lfc8992-Uhjlk4t9x8ozrqFs3RJ I normally check the N2YO NOAA satellite predictions alongside the MET office weather forecast, trying to pick ‘good’ passes on ‘good’ days. Because we’re heading into winter, with shortening days and darkening skies, this doesn’t always happen. Today is Halloween, Samhain, marking the end of the harvest and the start of winter; thought to be a liminal time when boundaries thin between worlds. Today I would be out whatever the weather to take part in the nowcast, to tune in to the transmission of an orbiting body. I decided this morning to stay away from the COP26 crowds: stay close to home for a quick escape from the rain, setting up in my usual spot in a park in the Southside of Glasgow. I had planned to head down to the river – get close to the summit site, the UN territory, and the many offshoots – but couldn’t think of an open space (not being used, closed or heavily policed) where I could see the sky.

Today the weather became an obstacle – as it does when it makes itself known – and a challenge. How to protect a laptop and a tangle of cables? I can handle rivlets running up sleeves, raindrops on glasses, and there are waterproofs designed for my body. Still, for a city that gets a lot of rain, there’s very little shelter in public places. With the help of my partner I fashion protection for my ground station by balancing two umbrellas on a picnic blanket, on a bench, up the grassy hill in the park. He very kindly keeps the brolly-shelter set up under control while I tune in to the satellite, pointing the antenna to the North North East, into the rain cloud hanging over the city. He points out to me I’m aiming towards the SECC (the COP26 summit site) – on a clear day this is a good vantage point. It’s pretty dreich: consistent heavy rain, but not quite an absolute battering. Normally I would stretch my arm out more, move around with the satellite’s transmission as it moves from NNE to SSW, but this time just stay low and move less in an attempt to keep the dongle and cables as dry as I can. This makes me a bit clumsy and the recording a bit short. I don’t know if the umbrellas have an effect or likewise the extra-closeness of bodies to the antenna. The sound of the satellite transmission comes brightly through the static, through the cloud. A woman appears behind me and asks a question. I think I must look like I’m holding an umbrella without the fabric. It’s a variation of the usual response I’ve got to being in public with an big turnstile antenna (‘what is it you’re trying to do?’) but I don’t hear her at first as I’m listening to the radio transmission with headphones on. Wet dogs run about at our feet. She is friendly, not that interested, just tidying up her allotment in the plot in the park and noticed something unusual. She tells me she is drenched but if you wanted to stay dry in Scotland you’d never do anything, would you?


Climate change is felt in my environment as effects: felt in a lack of public transport resilience; in bike lanes being opened (and closed); new neighbours arriving due to the refugee crisis and forced migration; the neglect of public space and the diminishment of green space; the corporate hijacking of COP26 and the city’s unpreparedness for its scale; and it is located in recent industrial action around waste management and trains; in the erosion of rogue-landlord-ed sandstone tenement buildings in need of retro-fitting. It is felt in the history of the place. In the brickwork, the abundance of colonial buildings that are called ‘heritage’ yet crumble in neglect. This is where James Watt had the ‘epiphany’ that led to the invention of the steam engine in Glasgow Green. It is where the British Empire held it’s exhibitions and it’s port saw the profiteering and shipping of goods and enslaved people across the Atlantic Triangle. There are many local organisations, groups, activists and campaigners around working on these issues and many more coming into being as they become more and more urgently needed and as COP26 arrives: so I also locate climate change as a cultural shift underway. It is located in the total: is seen and unseen, everywhere, in everything.
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31 Oct 202111:06:30v-dipoleNOAA-18George Ridgway50.978218, 2.167721Melbury AbbasEnglandhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1XGnSJVWcoxV095ErjY1PZ_7FnZP50Meyhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1k8Vko1bVFEFsjDoe2Dg3d1AwYolHvRWxhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=14-NkB_VPlG0LrmWn1FC0hapf24vTAhtb , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1QaOGdyh7uX_mqjJpcFBxf_RhGYkU5IQt , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1e-NRDMjw9bm74LsKhs5_LpUuqrCr1yMY , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1W_5nMQur2SgV19dUQxn4tcOAkn4m05ef , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1qMQPnQtdCWRKsETsjjYAAEdwcIADvBbu Very gusty and squally. Open skies and with intermittent passing cloud cover in strong winds. Wind from South Westerly direction.Has been intense rainfall over the past few days with flooding and saturated ground, more intense precipitative events than usual, water spilling off fields + Incredibly warm for the time of year, 5 degrees centigrade above average.
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31 Oct 202111:32:06v-dipoleNOAA-18Ankit Sharma19.199,72.858MumbaiIndiahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1VWHElgD-35jOeejlZC4paKHmYdYuayW7https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HQaSrMeJUSJnWgX6cuZe_zdIc3pgsWK2Very hot and Humid as well as Very very dusty.
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31 Oct 202111:50:19turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18L. Paul VerhageKD4STH43.62, -116.93Homedale, IdahoUSAhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1tWeaZnh9uDyV2PsnebmNntQdOUymw5hahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1fSUxlnxqglMtSq6pkCBzHyUQP9OXIeqM
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31 Oct 202112:01:59turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-18Olivia Berkowicz48.85658, 2.35183ParisFrancehttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1-4A1M17kWgsV18wGTJBUqcj5bEWNK1vG/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1G1Io11Obuu37SQdtJfn4JcoLyJzoJBRchttps://drive.google.com/open?id=18b3qeeu369Z-4znaQGdKkjvz8I3eBfrC , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1YKeHQt8zSLFEoCHt71DUTp9B2SS2X0VE , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1Hmxv7tw81mOMHIvWbF8og5pr0r516GxK , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uS2iv2hGK1z3JPSWi7LKD3SF-UauFE3m , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1HDxJ35VQU5HFyPWjggWgktHdIge0m0Ng The weather in central Paris around noon was predominantly sunny and quite warm for the season. It didn't rain as it has been doing for the last few days, and I was surprised. What was also peculiar, was the warm temperature. It's almost the beginning of November and I had to take off my jacket and only wear a jumper. I have been wondering whether Paris really is this warm around this time of the year. I grew up in Scandinavia, and autumn is usually quite cold and crisp. I worry sometimes that things are not quite right with the temperature and amount of precipitation that I experience here.I locate climate change on different scales in my local environment. I try not to focus on the local weather as the only indicator of climate change, as the climate crisis happens on many scales globally. As I live in the Global North, I am privileged to not experience climate change as intensely as many other territories across the world that are more vulnerable. However, the last couple of summers in Sweden have been incredibly hot, where I remember 2018 specifically as a turning point. In 2018, large areas of forest plantations were on fire, and an international community of fire brigades came to the aid of the forests. This summer, I was bathing on the west coast of Sweden, and one day, the temperature reached 23 degrees Celsius in the water. This also seemed to be unusually warm to me.
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31 Oct 202112:55:43quadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-19Barfrost69.69,030.0KirkenesNorwayhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1lam92gRLA9Bs-velw2Jyu21HwDe9lUjdhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1yQ2Av1pcbNQFgzP0vAR4rkb277rByAgkcold and fogsouthern insects survive the winter
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31 Oct 202116:12:30v-dipoleNOAA-18Catherine Fletcher36.887, -76.300Norfolk, VAUnited Stateshttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1JDuvM41J0yIa6DOuA5zU2cr9Qh4SMsfK/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1rNA4Vhjz9KBVm2CvYniYi5TxxsNBkyAghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1tdUABUUcZKtLgkFuwXrHrv63gVJ8AjHcmostly sunny, light breeze, 14 degrees C/58 degrees Fsea level rise – Norfolk, VA is one of the most vulnerable cities in the US
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31 Oct 202117:57:31turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Sybille52.475752, 13.407762Berlin, Tempelhofer FeldGermanyhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1LAYzi_wj8yzsszxAmkakRpJCscQ88hR-https://drive.google.com/file/d/135umnUbGHO651ECmzFHH65U8lNuAbTTe/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1gcgg_frgfjpPWF_6sH6_SbDCx92vZ9IQ , https://drive.google.com/file/d/1XlCM-RRq4sXjGUhgyhMBL5XhjakLMdYh/view?usp=sharing , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1j-vkkAgYsI0pMuEfOqhJ1i89SAF9UiHA , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1t_vKPrl24UBlCQ_r1o08QZX2yMd0pFhIA clear sky, slightly damp, fresh autumn air, windstill. humidity and rainfall increasing in the last years, while experiencing longer periods of drought in summer, affecting forests and leading to forest fires
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31 Oct 202118:56:46turnstile or crossed-dipoleNOAA-19Aouefa Amoussouvi44.441834,26.103526BucharestRomaniahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1X5oT9b32KsQHruZ-ulu04X5Tg4YQSAFQhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1g-NG-mqhn3ZLcYdwp9sFrFn9S-XtmT6thttps://drive.google.com/open?id=19u6WHx3DiZBpxLZDCjdBtwMl9HL22em3 , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1FMEVneKwTQyvmrJSTxFcvWe9yD51v4Iz cosy chill eveningno more long snowy in winter in Berlin
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31 Oct 202119:29:13loopNOAA-15WXVids42.271, -73.766Albany, NYUSAhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1G61KHLyBE0iLN3SbxmFU2JMMULkgfT8Lhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1revIq8oVWPbN-7weR0B93aUkn9xRjs2i
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31 Oct 202119:41:20loopNOAA-19WXVids42.271, -73.766Albany, NYUSAhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1f2-Zq1DLhL1Ko3vE1L3m0_DldWKQGZRR/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZAMCCfgbdZNrv673g6dqLLtwn4Rmc2ZB/view?usp=sharinghttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Ci8084k1COT0euKgPSoGKc2Em8u8L7Q1
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31 Oct 202120:44:11v-dipoleNOAA-19Natasha Honey-32.926670, 151.780014Newcastle, NSWAustraliahttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1ZZUnopBsOxpn0sOF9SdVl5qfIFkSeVk4https://drive.google.com/open?id=1W9qgJ7EKuaMESX-dCAuZZx17xZzfoQ6ehttps://drive.google.com/open?id=1Xg1XuQpFm19Xafxot5VLCTLG9Y8cNwfC , https://drive.google.com/open?id=19oUM4PLrI0ihHTc80CZoJEiNhyOGVcEb , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1uhqHmyzbTEg4Vr18tzsSf0kwuNZ-BYbS , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1N6Yck7Z2Nl-7jLFcUSKJRp9m9o5R2i33 , https://drive.google.com/open?id=1mSaHCcPlxnCBHGjtk9PGb78Jo0VZadoDWindy and cool, misty and foggy. As a grower of food, rain and drought are a constant notion to be considered, we need a very precise balance of wetness and dryness, heat and cool to grow our crops. We are experiencing dramatic shifts in the timing of weather patterns in our region (For example the wet season coming early/late, the usual dry season being wet, etc.) in Australia. We had weeks and weeks of unprecedented blazing bushfires, that decimated many of our fragile ecosystems, followed by weeks of flooding, that washed away precious topsoil, and drowed or washed away our crops. The weather systems are getting tougher and tougher to predict, which is created havoc in planning what to plant, where to plant, and when to plant, and whether we can rely on such unstable weather to support our endeavors as small farmers.
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01 Nov 202105:44:00quadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-19Yoshi MATSUOKAJF1SAG35.433, 139.333Atsugi KanagawaJapanhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=19MGX0B99R09Q8TmWfMwOay5tJ0FSmogIhttps://drive.google.com/file/d/1yLWpPUgGu2_qzl-ACn8E7tDi64yT6jh4/view?usp=sharing
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01 Nov 202107:15:00quadrifilar helix (QFH)NOAA-15Yoshi MATSUOKAJF1SAG35.433, 139.333Atsugi KanagawaJapanhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=18aSTmfIATGK3xjqfqtLdJuibpN24j01thttps://drive.google.com/file/d/142LfKU6q_X6ZafUfkCQAHFIQ8KNi1sxx/view?usp=sharing Pattern of cloud is the beauty of the nature.Extreme torrential rain.