26 Oct '11, 10pm

NASA Images of BKK from Oct 25: #thaifloodeng

View Image Comparison View Both Images Flood waters continued traveling southward through Thailand on October 25, 2011, prompting authorities to close one of Bangkok’s airports, news reports said. The closure affected not only air travelers, but also the country’s flood relief headquarters, which had been located there. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA’s Terra satellite captured the top image on October 25, 2011 and the bottom image, showing more normal conditions, on November 13, 2008. These images use a combination of visible and infrared light to better distinguish between water and land. Water is dark blue, vegetation is green, urban areas are tan, and clouds are pale blue-green. Compared to conditions just days earlier, water appears higher northeast of Bangkok on October 25, 2011. Compared to conditions three years earlier (bottom ima...

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earthobservatory.nasa.gov 28 Oct '11, 6pm

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channelnewsasia.com 24 Oct '11, 4am

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