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tropical cyclone 06S - "BERGUITTA"

See article on Express.co.uk, as TC BERGUITTA gains strength and batters MAURITIUS and REUNION ISLANDS with +100MPH winds, over the coming days.

regional map

forecast track

source: jtwc

TC 06S JTWC Graphic

sat image

source: noaa

06S NOAA/SSD SAT IMAGE

storm history

source: noaa

   DATE   |  TIME  | BASIN  | MET |  PT |  DT |  FT |  CI |  LAT  |  LON   | PRESS | WNDSPD | ID  |      NAME       | PCN | ANALYST
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180111 |  0530  | SW-IND | 1.0 | 1.0 | 1.5 | 1.0 | 1.0 | -13.3 |  -68.9 |  1006 |    25  | 97S | 97S             |  3  | JK
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180111 |  1145  | SW-IND | 1.0 | 1.5 | 1.5 | 1.5 | 1.5 | -13.6 |  -68.8 |  1003 |    25  | 97S | 97S             |  3  | JV
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180111 |  1730  | SW-IND | 1.0 | 1.5 | 1.5 | 1.5 | 1.5 | -14.0 |  -68.6 |  1003 |    25  | 97S | 97S             |  3  | JV
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180111 |  2330  | SW-IND | 1.5 | 2.0 | 3.0 | 2.0 | 2.0 | -14.6 |  -69.3 |  1000 |    30  | 97S | 97S             |  3  | MT
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180112 |  0530  | SW-IND | 2.0 | 2.0 | 3.0 | 2.0 | 2.0 | -15.5 |  -68.2 |  1000 |    30  | 97S | 97S             |  3  | JF
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180112 |  1130  | SW-IND | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | -16.5 |  -67.7 |   997 |    35  | 97S | 97S             |  3  | PL
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180112 |  1730  | SW-IND | 2.0 | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | -17.4 |  -67.1 |   997 |    35  | 97S | 97S             |  3  | MT
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180112 |  2330  | SW-IND | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | -17.8 |  -65.7 |   997 |    35  | 06S | NONAME          |  3  | MT
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180113 |  0545  | SW-IND | 3.0 | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | -17.0 |  -65.1 |   997 |    35  | 06S | NONAME          |  3  | JF
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180113 |  1130  | SW-IND | 2.0 | 2.0 | 2.5 | 2.5 | 2.5 | -18.3 |  -64.4 |   997 |    35  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  3  | JW
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180113 |  1745  | SW-IND | 3.0 | 3.0 | 3.0 | 3.0 | 3.0 | -18.2 |  -63.6 |   991 |    45  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  3  | JW
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180113 |  2330  | SW-IND | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | -18.2 |  -63.4 |   984 |    55  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  3  | MT
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180114 |  0530  | SW-IND | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | -18.4 |  -63.0 |   984 |    55  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  3  | JF
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180114 |  1130  | SW-IND | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | -18.2 |  -63.1 |   984 |    55  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  3  | BZ
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180114 |  1730  | SW-IND | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | 3.5 | -18.1 |  -63.1 |   984 |    55  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  3  | JK
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180114 |  2330  | SW-IND | 4.5 | 4.5 | 4.5 | 4.5 | 4.5 | -18.0 |  -62.9 |   966 |    77  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  3  | JW
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180115 |  0530  | SW-IND | 5.0 | 5.0 | 5.5 | 5.0 | 5.0 | -18.0 |  -63.0 |   954 |    90  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  1  | JK
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180115 |  1130  | SW-IND | 5.0 | 5.0 | 5.5 | 5.5 | 5.5 | -18.0 |  -63.0 |   941 |   102  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  1  | BZ
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180115 |  1730  | SW-IND | 5.0 | 5.5 | 5.5 | 5.5 | 5.5 | -18.2 |  -62.6 |   941 |   102  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  1  | BZ
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180115 |  2345  | SW-IND | 5.0 | 5.0 | 4.5 | 4.5 | 5.5 | -18.2 |  -61.9 |   941 |   102  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  1  | ER
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------
 20180116 |  0530  | SW-IND | 4.5 | 4.5 | 4.5 | 4.5 | 5.5 | -18.0 |  -61.5 |   941 |   102  | 06S | BERGUITTA       |  1  | JW
----------|--------|--------|-----|-----|-----|-----|-----|-------|--------|-------|--------|-----|-----------------|-----|---------

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units

T(f) = T(c) x 9/5 + 32
T(f) = T(c) x 1.8 + 32

T(c) = (T(f) - 32) x 5/9
T(c) = (T(f) - 32) x 1.8

1 kt (knot) = 1.852 km/h = 0.5144 m/s
1 nm (nautical mile) = 1.852 km
1 mi = 1.609344 km

1 PC = 648,000 / 3.14159 AU
1 PC = 3.0857E16 metres
1 PC = 2.0626E5 AU
1 PC = 3.26156 ly

1 LY = 9.4607E15 metres
1 LY = 9.4607E12 km
1 LY = 5.8786E12 mi
1 LY = 63,241 AU
1 LY = 0.3066 PC

1 AU = 149,597,870.700 (1.5E8) km
1 AU = 92,975,680.547 (9.3E7) mi

1 LD = ~384,000 (3.84E5) km
1 LD = 238,657 (2.38E5) mi

c = 299,792.458 (2.99E5) km/s 
c = 186,282.397 (1.86E5) mi/s
c = 670,616,629.384 (6.70E8) mph

1 day= 86,400.0 (8.64E4) s
1 year = 365.2424 days (Persian)

Earth radii  : 6378.1 x 6378.1 x 6356.8 km {Equator, meridian, pole}    

Geostationary satellite altitude (Earth): 35,858km = 22,286 mi

asteroid data

official nasa nea discovery stats

Source: nasa cneos

NASA Summary Stats

2017 asteroid discovery summaries

2017 <=0.2AU asteroid discoveries graph 2017 <=10LD asteroid discoveries 2017 <=1LD asteroid discoveries

current ±30-days ≤5ld asteroids: 23 (+2) | Late Discoveries: 10 = 43.47%

Source: nasa | ↑top↑

grey indicates close-approach already occurred
green indicates new listing
yellow indicates close-approach ≤1ld(384,000 km / 238,606 miles)
red indicates close-approach ≤100,000 miles from surface
"late" indicates close-approach after, or on same day as, discovery
(Object) (Decimal No.) ca date nom. ca dist.(ld/au) min. ca dist.(ld/au) V rel. V inf. H Diam. Late.
(2017 VT14) (V369) 2017-Dec-17 12:08 ± 22:04 3.85 | 0.00989 3.15 | 0.00810 10.21 10.18 22.4 87m-190m  
(2017 YV8) (Y221) 2017-Dec-17 10:53 ± 05:40 2.46 | 0.00633 2.18 | 0.00561 7.74 7.69 27.3 9.1m-20m
(2017 YH1) (Y33) 2017-Dec-18 00:27 ± < 00:01 2.38 | 0.00613 2.38 | 0.00611 14.57 14.54 21.1 160m-360m
(2017 YJ1) (Y34) 2017-Dec-18 03:55 ± < 00:01 1.04 | 0.00268 1.04 | 0.00267 10.27 10.17 27.7 7.5m-17m
(2017 XW61) (X1547) 2017-Dec-18 04:33 ± < 00:01 3.11 | 0.00800 3.11 | 0.00799 11.72 11.69 25.5 21m-47m  
(2017 XY61) (X1549) 2017-Dec-19 09:41 ± < 00:01 2.51 | 0.00645 2.50 | 0.00643 13.86 13.83 26.3 15m-33m  
(2017 YW3) (Y97) 2017-Dec-19 17:12 ± 00:26 4.83 | 0.01242 4.82 | 0.01238 2.92 2.85 26.4 14m-31m
(2017 YO3) (Y89) 2017-Dec-20 14:35 ± < 00:01 2.08 | 0.00534 2.07 | 0.00533 8.23 8.17 28.2 6.1m-14m
(2017 YO5) (Y139) 2017-Dec-21 23:21 ± 00:02 1.43 | 0.00368 1.42 | 0.00364 7.41 7.31 26.0 17m-38m
(2017 YE) (Y5) 2017-Dec-22 08:36 ± < 00:01 2.88 | 0.00740 2.88 | 0.00739 4.71 4.63 28.4 5.6m-13m  
(2017 YS1) (Y43) 2017-Dec-24 16:45 ± < 00:01 1.93 | 0.00497 1.93 | 0.00496 3.38 3.22 28.9 4.5m-10m  
(2017 YQ6) (Y166) 2017-Dec-27 02:21 ± < 00:01 1.89 | 0.00484 1.88 | 0.00483 12.34 12.2928.1 6.5m-15m
(2017 YD2) (Y54) 2017-Dec-27 02:41 ± 00:01 2.24 | 0.00575 2.23 | 0.00574 8.34 8.28 28.7 4.8m-11m  
(2017 YZ4) (Y125) 2017-Dec-28 15:56 ± 00:06 0.58 | 0.00150 0.58 | 0.00149 9.55 9.37 27.9 6.9m-15m  
(2017 YE7) (Y180) 2017-Dec-30 17:47 ± < 00:01 0.80 | 0.00206 0.80 | 0.00204 20.19 20.13 28.5 5.2m-12m  
(2018 AH) (A8) 2018-Jan-02 04:25 ± < 00:01 0.77 | 0.00199 0.77 | 0.00198 13.75 13.66 22.5 85m-190m
(2017 YD7) (Y179) 2018-Jan-03 00:40 ± < 00:01 4.73 | 0.01216 4.69 | 0.01206 10.52 10.50 27.3 9.2m-21m  
(2018 AA4) (A101) 2018-Jan-10 03:30 ± < 00:01 3.53 | 0.00907 3.52 | 0.00905 10.62 10.59 25.9 18m-40m
(2018 AT2) (A69) 2018-Jan-11 01:11 ± < 00:01 1.83 | 0.00471 1.82 | 0.00469 7.21 7.13 27.8 7.3m-16m
(2018 AS2) (A68) 2018-Jan-14 11:18 ± < 00:01 1.16 | 0.00299 1.16 | 0.00298 7.68 7.56 28.6 5.1m-11m  
(2018 AU2) (A70) 2018-Jan-14 12:17 ± < 00:01 2.73 | 0.00701 2.72 | 0.00700 9.28 9.23 27.4 8.8m-20m  
(2018 AG4) (A107) 2018-Jan-17 10:41 ± < 00:01 1.40 | 0.00360 1.40 | 0.00360 9.21 9.13 25.9 17m-39m  
(2018 AJ) (A9) 2018-Jan-23 11:28 ± 01:54 4.62 | 0.01186 4.49 | 0.01154 5.55 5.51 24.7 30m-68m  

nasa periods

See Wikipedia article on provisional designation.

A B C D E F G H J K L M
Jan 1–15 Jan 16-31 Feb 1-15 Feb 16-29 Mar 1-15 Mar 16-31 Apr 1-15 Apr 16-30 May 1-15 May 16-31 Jun 1-15 Jun 16-30
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y
Jul 1-15 Jul 16-31 Aug 1-15 Aug 15-31 Sep 1-15 Sep 16-31 Oct 1-15 Oct 16-31 Nov 1-15 Nov 16-30 Dec 1-15 Dec 16-31

discovery sequence

See Wikipedia article on provisional designation.

Note: The cycles-used number, where needed, appends discovery period and then discovery sequence, in subscript form. e.g. xx19

A B C D E F G H J K L M
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

planetary aspects / positions

inner solar system

Source: skychart

Inner Solar System Graphic

outer solar system

Source: skychart

Outer Solar System Graphic

current planetary configuration

Source: ZET9

current aspects

Conjunction Sun-Moon        >  6°16'<  26Cap19 - 20Cap03
Conjunction Sun-Venus       <  1°44'>  26Cap19 - 28Cap03
Conjunction Sun-Pluto       <  7°01'>  26Cap19 - 19Cap18
Conjunction Moon-Pluto      <  0°45'>  20Cap03 - 19Cap18
Conjunction Mercury-Saturn  <  4°08'>   7Cap18 -  3Cap10
Conjunction Mars-Jupiter    <  4°28'>  23Sco49 - 19Sco21
ZET9 Astro Image

usno 2018 Moon Phases

Date and Time (Universal Time)
New MoonFirst QuarterFull Moon Last Quarter
//2018 Jan 02 02:242018 Jan 08 22:25
2018 Jan 17 02:172018 Jan 24 22:202018 Jan 31 13:272018 Feb 07 15:54
2018 Feb 15 21:052018 Feb 23 08:092018 Mar 02 00:512018 Mar 09 11:20
2018 Mar 17 13:122018 Mar 24 15:352018 Mar 31 12:372018 Apr 08 07:17
2018 Apr 16 01:572018 Apr 22 21:462018 Apr 30 00:582018 May 08 02:09
2018 May 15 11:482018 May 22 03:492018 May 29 14:192018 Jun 06 18:32
2018 Jun 13 19:432018 Jun 20 10:512018 Jun 28 04:532018 Jul 06 07:51
2018 Jul 13 02:482018 Jul 19 19:522018 Jul 27 20:202018 Aug 04 18:18
2018 Aug 11 09:582018 Aug 18 07:482018 Aug 26 11:562018 Sep 03 02:37
2018 Sep 09 18:012018 Sep 16 23:152018 Sep 25 02:522018 Oct 02 09:45
2018 Oct 09 03:472018 Oct 16 18:022018 Oct 24 16:452018 Oct 31 16:40
2018 Nov 07 16:022018 Nov 15 14:542018 Nov 23 05:392018 Nov 30 00:19
2018 Dec 07 07:202018 Dec 15 11:492018 Dec 22 17:492018 Dec 29 09:34

solar distance

2018 Solar Distance

2018 lunar distance

2018 Lunar Distance Graph Current +/- 14-days lunar distance

earthquake data

Source: emsc-scem | ↑top↑

Previous 7-days M5+ earthquakes 2018 M5+ earthquake analysis

active & va-producing volcanoes

Source: bom.gov.au

DTG VAAC VOLCANO PSN AREA AV.CODE DETAILS
20180115/1840Z BUENOS AIRES SABANCAYA S1547 W07150 PERU NOT GIVEN UNABLE TO DETECT
20180115/2230Z DARWIN DUKONO N0141 E12753 INDONESIA ORANGE CONTINUOUS VE EMISSIONS TO FL070
20180115/1045Z DARWIN SINABUNG N0310 E09824 INDONESIA ORANGE VA ERUPTION LAST REPORTED TO FL170 MOV E AT 15/0343Z.
20180115/0000Z DARWIN AGUNG S0821 E11530 INDONESIA ORANGE ERUPTION WITH VA CLOUD AT 14/2323Z TO FL170 MOV NNE
20180115/2300Z TOKYO SAKURAJIMA N3136 E13039 JAPAN NIL ERUPTED AT 20180115/2249Z FL080 EXTD NE
20180115/2133Z WASHINGTON FUEGO N1428 W09052 GUATEMALA N/A ONGOING LGT VA EMS
20180115/2034Z WASHINGTON POPOCATEPETL N1901 W09837 MEXICO N/A VA EVENT ENDED
20180115/2005Z WASHINGTON TURRIALBA N1001 W08346 COSTA.RICA N/A VA EVENT ENDED
20180115/1809Z WASHINGTON REVENTADOR S0005 W07739 ECUADOR N/A ONGOING INTERMITTENT VA EM.
20180115/0014Z WASHINGTON SAN MIGUEL N1325 W08816 EL.SALVADOR N/A VA EMS RPRTED

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