Ever wonder what happens when the cap gets a tiny little break when it's 95F and…

Posted: 26th August 2014 by Stormtrackone in Uncategorized
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Ever wonder what happens when the cap gets a tiny little break when it's 95F and 70% humidity? I love this outflow, it paints a bulls-eye right back to the origin. --jason


Our friends at SLSRC sent out an email today to remind STL that the space statio…

Posted: 6th August 2014 by Stormtrackone in Uncategorized
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Our friends at SLSRC sent out an email today to remind STL that the space station will be passing overhead this evening and is worth the few minutes it takes to view it. No telescope needed, it will be the bright light streaking across the sky starting at 8:58 PM. It's only visible for about 6 minutes and will appear in the WSW sky and track to the NE.
Additionally we have a shot at the Perseids meteor shower that should hit its stride sometime between the 11th and the 13th. If the sky is going to be clear, might as well get a show out of it! --jason

Sooooooo Booooored.Storms tomorrow, not expecting anything noteworthy. –jason

Posted: 6th August 2014 by Stormtrackone in Uncategorized
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Sooooooo Booooored.Storms tomorrow, not expecting anything noteworthy. --jason

Jason and I had a very exciting chase through northern MO this evening! -Matt

Posted: 30th June 2014 by Stormtrackone in Uncategorized
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Jason and I had a very exciting chase through northern MO this evening! -Matt


Another interesting shot, this is the visual satellite picture showing how explo…

Posted: 16th June 2014 by Stormtrackone in Uncategorized
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Another interesting shot, this is the visual satellite picture showing how explosive and energetic this cell is. Notice how it's very isolated, looks like a mushroom cloud and you can clearly make out the shadows from the overshooting peaks. Lots of power in this one. --jason