Satellite Timelapse - Tropical Cyclone Vania forming and heading over New Caledonia
This timelapse uses false colour infrared imagery from JMA's MTSAT geostationary satellite to track the path of Tropical Cyclone Vania forming and travelling to the southern tip of New Caledonia, near Noumea in January 1011 before dissipating. For the latest satellite imagery please visit For the most current versions of this satellite imagery see http://www.theweatherchaser.com/
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