TRMM satellite

TRMM Satellite Saw Heavy Rainfall When Cyclone Iggy Hit Australia's Sunset Coast

Tropical Cyclone Iggy is now a memory in southwestern Australia but it made its presence known when it made landfall on Australia's Sunset coast on February 2, 2012. NASA's TRMM satellite provided measurements of rainfall rates as it headed toward landfall and noticed heavy rain was falling in some coastal areas.

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Mon, 06/02/2012 - 14:30

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Mon, 02/06/2012

Intense Rain Floods China and Vietnam – Rainfall Anomaly Shown by Satellite Data

Floods swept across southern China and northern Vietnam in the wake of several days of extreme rain in early July 2009. Although southern China and Vietnam are prone to flooding during the annual summer rainy season, the first week of July 2009 brought unusually heavy rain. The rains caused widespread flooding and landslides that left 75 people dead and 938,000 homeless in China as of July 5, reported China’s Xinhua news. In Vietnam, at least 22 people died, said the AFP news service. More rain was forecast in both countries.

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Wed, 08/07/2009 - 23:45

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