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IMERG Measures Flooding Rainfall in India
In early August 2019 a depression formed in the Bay of Bengal that moved over India contributing to heavy rainfall on India's west coast.  NASA's satellite data analysis suggests that from August 5 though 11, two feet of rain fell in some places. This estimate is from the GPM-based realtime multi-satellite algorithm called IMERG, which is run at NASA Goddard. Credit: Owen Kelley (NASA GSFC)    
TRMM Image of tropical cyclone near Philippines
The sixth western Pacific tropical cyclone (06W) of 2011 has developed near the Philippines. Tropical storm AERE, super syphoon SONGDA and Tropical...

 

TRMM Image of Adrian's eye
Hurricane Adrian's eye was clearly seen by the TRMM satellite when it passed over on 10 June 2011 at 1608 UTC. The heavy rainfall completely...

 

TRMM image of Adrian near Mexico
The TRMM satellite captured data used in this dramatic image of Hurricane Adrian when it passed directly above on 9 June 2011 at 0714 UTC. The...

 

TRMM image of flooding in Haiti
A trough of low pressure draped across the Greater Antilles together with a persistent area of broad low pressure located in the western Caribbean...

 

TRMM image of tropical storm Adrian
Tropical Depression ONE-E was well on it's way to becoming tropical storm ADRIAN when the TRMM satellite flew over again on 7 June 2011 at...

 

TRMM image of tropical depression ONE-E
As predicted ONE-E, the first tropical depression of 2011, formed in the eastern Pacific Ocean early this morning. The image above used data...

 

TRMM image of Songda over Japan
The TRMM-based, near-real time Multi-satellite Precipitation Analysis (TMPA) at the NASA Goddard Space Flight Center was used in the analysis above...

 

TRMM Image of Songda
Super Typhoon Songda was seen again by the TRMM satellite on 27 May 2011 at 0710 UTC. The TRMM satellite view shows that powerful super typhoon...

 

Songda becomes a Super Typhoon
As predicted, Typhoon Songda intensified and was a super typhoon with wind speeds estimated at over 130 kts ( ~145 mph) when the TRMM satellite...

 

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