September 2011

Cairns was first up for the month with an unusual show of heavy double beams:

See : 512km Radar Loop for Cairns, 20:00 01/09/2011 to 03:00 02/09/2011 UTC

A few days later Woomera comes up with a circular flash:

A circular flash from Woomera, September 6, 2011

It was followed by an intense patch that lingered for hours:

Woomera radar acting up - September 6 2011

Here it is on the loop:

See : 256km Radar Loop for Woomera, 00:00 06/09/2011 to 01:00 07/09/2011 UTC

Two days later, this from Hobart, Tasmania:

Hobart radar September 8 2011. SuperDARN or TIGER perhaps?

The following afternoon had a pair of flashes from the Gympie radar, followed up by a heavy beam from Mackay.

Gympie radar flash, September 9 2011

Second flash from Gympie, September 9, 2011

Both Gympie flashes and the Mackay beam are visible on this loop:

See : 512km Radar Loop for Gladstone, 02:00 09/09/2011 to 15:00 09/09/2011 UTC

Tasmania fires up again with a heavy beam, it appears to come from West Takone.

A heavy beam from West Takone? September 13, 2011

Things went quiet on the radar anomaly front for the next couple of weeks.  The consistent run of large earthquakes around the world also halted during this period, with only one magnitude 6 or higher earthquake registered in twelve days.  Also during that time frame, a massive solar flare registered a stunning 8 on the Kp Index (which stops at 9).

Then an interesting sequence of spectrum lines occurred 29 September, and included a radar anomaly from Moree we had not seen before.  The sequence was as follows (all in Eastern Standard Time):

Hobart
11:50
12:00
12:10

Purple spike at Moree:
15:00
15:10
15:20

Wyndham
16:30
16:40
16:50
17:00

Halls Creek
17:10

Kalgoorlie
18:00

Moree comes up with a new anomaly, Sept 29, 2011

How it looks on the loop:

See : 512km Radar Loop for Moree, 03:00 29/09/2011 to 12:00 29/09/2011 UTC

The Hobart spectrum line on the loop:

See : 128km Radar Loop for Hobart, 01:00 29/09/2011 to 03:00 29/09/2011 UTC

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