Ceduna radar delivered a beam towards the west on June 14 2011 for ten hours. You can watch the loop here.
See : 512km Radar Loop for Ceduna, 10:00 14/06/2011 to 03:00 15/06/2011 UTC
June 16 2011 - Broome fires up for half hour from 16:50 to 17:20 WST
A busy period for the northwest of WA with "pencil lines" - this shot taken on June 20 2011
Weipa shooting an impressive double beam - June 20 2011
There's that "SKA logo" again, right in the middle of a vicious overnight storm in Victoria - June 21 2011
From Newcastle - June 22 2011
Early morning in Townsville - June 25 2011
The following show from Esperance lasted a total of 12 hours 50 minutes. It seemed to sort itself out early on when the flash disappeared for just over an hour, but it came back.
Amazing Esperance - on for almost 13 hours on June 28 2011
Then the next morning:
Spectrum line from West Takone in Tasmania and an unusual dashed beam from Melbourne - June 29 2011
At the same time the beam stops from Melbourne, a new spectrum line starts up in Hobart for a ten minute show. Synchronised glitches? I doubt it.
Hobart taking over where Melbourne left off - June 29 2010
But wait, there’s more – Geraldton gave an impressive 20 minute show, along with another “glitch” from Esperance: look closely, you will see a purple beam. The time on the following screen shot converts to 11:00 EST :
Geraldton fires up and stays there for 20 minutes. Note the purple line from Esperance. June 29 2011
The Geraldton radar then went offline for at least five and half hours.