Galway.Net Camera 5 @ Galway Harbour
This view has been kindly facilitated by the Galway Harbour Company. Ship movements occur at high tide. The image time stamp is in UTC/GMT. If you enjoy this view please let us know via the feedback link at the bottom of this page.
View yesterday's time lapse video (also available in high resolution and MPEG4 AVI, approx 15MB). Some selected time lapse videos are now available from YouTube, eg 26 Apr 2007, 25 May 2007, 26 May 2007
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Galway.Net Camera 6 @ Bow Waves Sailing School
This view looks approximately westward over Galway Bay near the entrance to the commercial dock (see cam05). Time in UTC (summer time is UTC + 1 hour). This view has been kindly facilitated by the Bow Waves Sailing School.
Galway.Net Camera 9 @ Marine Institute
View of Galway Bay form Rinville. This view has been kindly facilitated by the The Marine Institute.
Galway.Net Camera 2 @ Sleepzone Hostel
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See http://www.sleepzone.ie/ for information on Sleepzone Hostel.
Galway.Net Camera 3 @ Roscam
This view is facing west looking out over Galway Bay. Visible in the distance are the small islands of Galway Bay and the Clare hills on the left.
Galway.Net Camera 7 @ Sleepzone - The Burren
Lobby of Sleepzone – The Burren, Lisdoonvarna, Co. Clare.
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Swirling clouds of blue and green lit the Atlantic Ocean west of Ireland on June 2, 2006, when the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) on NASA's Aqua satellite captured this image. Phytoplankton are microscopic plants that grow in the sunlit surface waters of the ocean. When enough of the plants grow in one place, the bloom can be seen from space.