Chemical Sunset: Photos & Satellite Imagery For November 16 for Whangarei

Satellite imagery shows numerous trails sprayed to the west of Northland, over the Tasman sea today.   As the sun was setting, the sky was thick with aerosol material, particularly in the west.

Satellite imagery showing aerosol trails to the west of the top of the North Island of New Zealand from Rapidfire, from Aqua

Satellite imagery showing aerosol trails over sea to the west of the top of the North Island of New Zealand, from ‘Rapidfire’, from Aqua for November the 16th, 2014.  See below for perspective.

Satellite imagery showing aerosol trails to the west of the top of the North Island of New Zealand from Rapidfire, from Aqua.

Satellite imagery showing aerosol trails to the west of the top of the North Island of New Zealand, from ‘Rapidfire’, from Aqua. See above for close up of aerosol trails.

Photo taken of aerosol trail, looking west from Whangarei. 7.35pm approx

Photo taken looking west from Whangarei. 7.35pm approx

Photo taken at 7.43pm from Whangarei

Photo taken at 7.43pm from Whangarei. Same aerosol trails as above, spreading out as the sun sets

7.43pm.  Looking east

7.43pm. Looking east

Looking south at about 7.45pm from Fourth Ave, Whangarei.

Looking south at about 7.45pm from Fourth Ave, Whangarei.

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One Response to Chemical Sunset: Photos & Satellite Imagery For November 16 for Whangarei

  1. Dr Pettus says:

    Horrible and ugly sky from Kaikohe. Also, check out the classic photo on MetVUW.com today. This site and that University are TOOLS of the BIG LIE and campaign to see death clouds as “pretty” clouds.

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