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English: The Aqua satellite acquired the picture of Gonu, the most intense tropical cyclone of the Arabian Sea on record, at 12:00 Arabia Standard Time (09:00 UTC) on 4 June 2007. Although the India Meteorological Department claimed that Gonu intensified into a super cyclonic storm at 15:00 UTC, the Joint Typhoon Warning Center indicated that Gonu had started to weaken since 12:00 UTC. Based on the appearance, the picture should be at peak intensity in reality.
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Source NASA Earth Observatory
Author MODIS image captured by NASA’s Aqua satellite
Camera location 19° 30′ 00″ N, 64° 30′ 00″ E  Kartographer map based on OpenStreetMap.View this and other nearby images on: OpenStreetMap info

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Cyclone Gonu approaching Oman near peak intensity.

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4 June 2007

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current 10:05, 27 October 2016 Thumbnail for version as of 10:05, 27 October 20165,550 × 7,400 (9.84 MB)MeowOptimised from the original TIFF file under current standards.
04:55, 15 November 2007 Thumbnail for version as of 04:55, 15 November 20076,000 × 7,800 (7.7 MB)Good kitty== Summary == {{Information |Description=You might expect to see a storm with near-perfect symmetry and a well-defined eye hoovering over the warm waters of the Caribbean or in the South Pacific, but Tropical Cyclone Gonu showed up in an unusual place. On

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