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Spectacular clouds photographed over Australia
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A plane passenger has photographed a spectacular cloud formation in the skies above Australia.

Ilya Katsman, 22, saw the weather phenomenon from a window on a flight from Perth to Adelaide.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-38579920

very beautiful ?

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RE: Spectacular cloud or chemtrails ? photographed over Australia
I live in Melbourne and I've never seen chemtrailing in my life. meh
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RE: Spectacular cloud or chemtrails ? photographed over Australia
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2017 09:13 AM)
I live in Melbourne and I've never seen chemtrailing in my life. meh

that's why there is a question mark duh

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RE: Spectacular clouds or chemtrails ? photographed over Australia
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RE: Spectacular clouds or chemtrails ? photographed over Australia
Morning Glory Clouds...very normal

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_Glory_cloud
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RE: Spectacular clouds or chemtrails ? photographed over Australia
killedbydeath  Wrote: (01-12-2017 09:12 AM)
link to image: http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/660/cpsprod...d0214c.jpg

link to image: http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprod...533601.jpg

A plane passenger has photographed a spectacular cloud formation in the skies above Australia.

Ilya Katsman, 22, saw the weather phenomenon from a window on a flight from Perth to Adelaide.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-38579920

intensive chem trailing ?

Not chemtrails.

Morning Glory Clouds wiki


https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=w...prVwUgvBiA
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RE: Spectacular clouds or chemtrails ? photographed over Australia
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2017 09:22 AM)
Morning Glory Clouds...very normal

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_Glory_cloud

yep an everyday occurrence, not spectacular at all chuckle

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RE: Spectacular clouds ? photographed over Australia
LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2017 09:24 AM)
killedbydeath  Wrote: (01-12-2017 09:12 AM)
link to image: http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/660/cpsprod...d0214c.jpg

link to image: http://ichef.bbci.co.uk/news/624/cpsprod...533601.jpg

A plane passenger has photographed a spectacular cloud formation in the skies above Australia.

Ilya Katsman, 22, saw the weather phenomenon from a window on a flight from Perth to Adelaide.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-38579920

intensive chem trailing ?

Not chemtrails.

Morning Glory Clouds wiki


https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source=w...prVwUgvBiA

thanks have edited thread title, spectaclar none the less

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RE: Spectacular clouds photographed over Australia
beautiful thanks for posting

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RE: Spectacular clouds photographed over Australia
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they also formed back in September

http://www.news.com.au/technology/enviro...eaed324c31

it's not really all that rare either..

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RE: Spectacular clouds photographed over Australia
Jhikpghf

Quote:The Morning Glory Cloud  is a rare meteorological phenomenon consisting of a low-level atmospheric solitary wave and associated cloud, occasionally observed in different locations around the world. The wave often occurs as an amplitude-ordered series of waves forming bands of roll clouds.

The southern part of the Gulf of Carpentaria in Northern Australia is the only known location where it can be predicted and observed on a more or less regular basis due to the configuration of land and sea in the area.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_Glory_cloud

Nice pics kbd!

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RE: Spectacular clouds photographed over Australia
they're not natural

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Anthropologist Dr. Margaret Moore told us that the name of the phenomenon in the language of the Garrawa Aboriginal people who live near the south coast of the Gulf is "kangolgi" and it is credited with increasing the supply of bird life. This may reflect the fact that the morning glory occurs most frequently in October, just prior to the "wet" season, which is a harbinger of bounty for the Aborigines.

The earliest published description of the morning glory that we are aware of is in the Royal Australian Air Force (1942, Part 2, p. 25), where it is described as a "land breeze" coming out of the east about dawn with a squally onset and with one or several long straight lines of low cloud. Thirty years later, Clarke (1972) explored the possibility that the phenomenon could be interpreted as a propagating internal hydraulic jump, formed at a discontinuity in the slope of the ground, on a katabatic flow developing on Cape York Peninsula. Clarke's theory was inevitably tentative, since the only available data against which it could be compared were a series of autographic records of surface pressure, wind and temperature at the (now abandoned) weather station at Karumba. Moreover the theory did not take account of the strong heating contrasts between sea and land in the Gulf region. In fact, there appeared to be the possibility that local sea breeze circulations might be a more important influence than the katabatic flow.

A few years later, Neal et al. (1977) carried out a study of pressure jumps recorded on weekly Bureau of Meteorology barographs around the gulf at Edward River, Kowanyana, Normanton, Burketown and Mornington Island. These data enable estimates to be made of the speed and orientation of a number of pressure jump "lines", presumably associated with morning glories. It was shown that the majority of lines were roughly parallel with the east coast of the Peninsula (and also to the coastal ranges which rise to a height of between 300 and 500 m in the Dividing Range) and move with a speed of typically 10 m s-1.

A climatology of pressure jumps was presented also, showing frequencies of occurrence at the five stations in terms of time of day and month, and mean synoptic mean sea level isobaric charts for pressure jump days and for days free of jumps. The latter were classified according to whether surface winds were southeasterly or northeasterly in the southeast gulf area. However, the isobars for northeasterly days without jumps are virtually indistinguishable from those with jumps.

In October 1978, Dr. Reg Clarke, a former research scientist with the then CSIRO Division of Atmospheric Physics, and his wife, Elsje, staged a small expedition to the gulf with a view to collecting more detailed surface data on morning glories as well as photographs and time-lapse movie film of the clouds. Ten days were spent in the field during which time four glories were observed, a frequency which, coincidentally, corresponded with the average frequency of presumed morning glories at Karumba in October, based on nine years of data (Neal et al. 1977: see below). Two of these four occurred before daybreak; one was cloud-free; two had five parallel cloud bands and the other three. All had marked wind and pressure jumps. One was followed by car over 35 km and its speed measured at 11 m s-1; another was photographed in time-lapse which revealed a rolling motion of the cloud band with upward motion at the leading edge and downward motion at the rear. In each case, measurements of surface pressure, temperature, humidity and wind were made during the passage of the disturbance.

http://www.en.meteo.physik.uni-muenchen....Glory.html

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LoP Guest  Wrote: (01-12-2017 09:22 AM)
Morning Glory Clouds...very normal

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_Glory_cloud

Those are pretty awesome.
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