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First Images from GPM Microwave Imager

First Images from GPM Microwave Imager
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First Images from GPM Microwave Imager

The image shows rain rates across a 550-mile (885 kilometer) wide swath of an extra-tropical cyclone observed off the coast of Japan on March 10, 2014. Red areas indicate heavy rainfall, while yellow and blue indicate less intense rainfall. In the northwest part of the storm in the upper left of the image, the blue areas indicate falling snow.

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White Silence by Gabor Dvornak
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White Silence, by Gabor Dvornik

White Silence, by Gabor Dvornik
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White Silence, by Gabor Dvornik

Date and Location:
December 5th, 2012
"The photo was taken in Hungary, near a little village called Sződliget"

How this Photo Was Taken:
"It was one of those chilly mornings when the sky was clear and the wind was calm. You could hear the small branches break as a bird flew near. The surface of the lake was smooth and covered with thin ice. Everything was white and not a sound heard, just some faint sough trough the rimed tree branches. Like if everything would have been frozen. Time itself."