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|Places Australian Bureau of Meteorology weather radar over cities, images updated regularly showing cloud/rain density.||07/10/2005||2,691|
|An overlay of Australian Rainfall Radars processed by http://radar.strikeone.net.au and originally from the Bureau of Meteorology in Australia (http://www.bom.gov.au). This overlay only shows the rainfall as it is occuring and does not have any background image interference|
The KMZ file was originally obtained from dibbz http://www.googleearthhacks.com/dlfile520/Australian-Rainfa...
|The Anglo-Australian Observatory (AAO) is an optical/near-infrared astronomy observatory with its headquarters in suburban Sydney, Australia. Presently it is jointly funded by the United Kingdom and Australian governments and operates the 3.9 metre Anglo-Australian Telescope (AAT) and 1.2 metre UK Schmidt Telescope (UKST) at Siding Spring Observatory, located near the town of Coonabarabran, Aus...||11/20/2009||389|
|Where Australian coins are made. In Canberra.||09/17/2005||349|
|Royal Australian Navy Air Arm, Nowra, New South Wales, Australia||09/14/2005||421|
|Strange Australian Spirals near Pine Gap entrance, follow Hatt Rd. to the tracking station. What are these spirals?||10/12/2009||854|
|Five Australian Pyramids in South Australia||10/12/2009||2,076|
|On 23rd May, 1999 Queensland Railways Electric Tilt Train (3'6" gauge / 25kV) set the official Australian rail speed record of 211km/hr (130mi/hr) on this section of track between Meadowvale and Avondale (Kolan River), near Bundaberg.||08/07/2005||389|
|An Australian Road Train pulling four trailers through the outback||12/22/2007||846|
|HMAS Success (AOR 304) is a Durance class multi-product replenishment oiler laid down by the Cockatoo Island Dockyard at Sydney in New South Wales on 9 August, 1980, launched on 3 May, 1984 and commissioned on 23 April, 1986. HMAS Success is the largest ship to ever be built in Australia for the Royal Australian Navy and is the largest ship to be built in Port Jackson (the port of Sydney). ||03/28/2007||503|
|BBC News, 9 May 2006|
Two Australian miners have been rescued from a gold mine after
being trapped deep underground for two weeks.
Brant Webb, 37, and Todd Russell, 34, walked out of the lift
at the mine in Tasmania and waved to cheering crowds.
|Russel is where the Department of Defence is situated in Canberra, Australia. In the middle of the roads forming a pentagon, sits the Australian-American Monument - An eagle sitting atop a 73m tall concrete pillar. This was presented to Australia from America for our contribution during the 2nd world war.||09/17/2005||428|
|Australian nuclear test sites history||11/17/2012||971|