Scoop Image: South Isl. Snow Via Satellite (2)
Published: Wed 14 Jun 2006 07:38 PM
An image of the snowbound South Island taken from NASA's Modis Satellite Tuesday. (The snow storm started Monday Morning.) For an earlier satellite image of the same storm see…
Scoop Image: Southern Snow From Outer Space
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