Live Monitoring information for Fukushima

Here are the two live cameras that show the Fukushima Daichii Nuclear Plant live, round the clock.

Most of my screenshots of happenings there come from these.

This is TEPCO’s camera installed on the plant.

Below is the camera by TBS/JNN which is on the hill facing Fukushima Daichii about ten kilometers from the plant.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyZRHekr6cg

Here is a link to check the current weather and wind patterns: http://www.wunderground.com/global/JP.html

This site has weather, climate and earthquake information: http://www.jma.go.jp/jma/en/menu.html

In addition to these, there are time lapse archives of the footage recorded on the TEPCO Camera, which can be really handy to check back on what happened:

http://www.youtube.com/fuku1long This compresses an hour into fifteen minutes

and

http://www.youtube.com/fuku1live compresses an hour into three minutes as well as other interesting clips of anything that is captured on the camera.

There are no specific archives for the TBS/JNN camera, but a few users often post interesting captures from both cameras (and other live cameras in the area). These videos can be useful in understanding something, as they create them well with the area to watch marked or magnified, sometimes color edited versions that improve contrast that makes something difficult to see more visible:

http://www.youtube.com/user/454541919

http://www.youtube.com/user/nuckelchenblogde

So yes, that is it. All the resources to check what is happening currently in one place.

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12 Comments on "Live Monitoring information for Fukushima"

  1. is the Tokyo BS/JNN camera always pitch black at night? did they zoom to an unlit area or are the lights off?

    • Nah, usually, it shows the shot, It isn’t dark, it’s a whiteout. It’s snowing – see TEPCOCAM. JNN is about 10 km away, so all its showing is snow. Will show plant again when weather clears 🙂

  2. is the Tokyo BS/JNN camera always pitch black at night? did they zoom to an unlit area or are the lights off?

    • Nah, usually, it shows the shot, It isn’t dark, it’s a whiteout. It’s snowing – see TEPCOCAM. JNN is about 10 km away, so all its showing is snow. Will show plant again when weather clears 🙂

  3. Thank you, this is very helpful. I don’t think I saw the link for the Tomioka webcam where you can see the traffic to and from the reactor area. It is at http://www.nttfukushima.com/live/tomioka/Default.html
    Just now I saw more of those trucks with the crane-like assemblies on the back headed toward the plant, as well as a small bus.

  4. Thank you, this is very helpful. I don’t think I saw the link for the Tomioka webcam where you can see the traffic to and from the reactor area. It is at http://www.nttfukushima.com/live/tomioka/Default.html
    Just now I saw more of those trucks with the crane-like assemblies on the back headed toward the plant, as well as a small bus.

  5. Hiya. Nice page. at Reality Check are several jet stream and current radiation monitoring links as well as many other Fukushima gathered resources you may like to use on your reference page
    http://realitycheck.no-ip.info/forum/index.php/board,24.0.html

    Also, here are the daily archived pics of TBS/JNN you were looking for
    http://realitycheck.no-ip.info/forum/index.php/topic,40.msg453.html#msg453

    Aloha,
    chemfood

  6. Hiya. Nice page. at Reality Check are several jet stream and current radiation monitoring links as well as many other Fukushima gathered resources you may like to use on your reference page
    http://realitycheck.no-ip.info/forum/index.php/board,24.0.html

    Also, here are the daily archived pics of TBS/JNN you were looking for
    http://realitycheck.no-ip.info/forum/index.php/topic,40.msg453.html#msg453

    Aloha,
    chemfood

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