Hurricane Earl As Seen From the International Space Station

Shot on August 30th from the International Space Station, NASA released this photo which shows Hurricane Earl as a category 4 storm from the perspective of space. The photo was snapped by NASA astronaut Douglas Wheelock with a DSLR camera.

With maximum sustained winds of 135 miles, it’s unique views like this, rather than weather radar animations, that really puts the power of nature into perspective.

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  1. Whether it’s the possibility of a hurricane or just potential for a thunderstorm, making prepartions and paying attention to the weather in general is the responsible and adult thing to do. Worst case scenario, you have dinner in the house for a few days anda full tank of gas. Whoopee. If you find that difficult, then I don’t know what to tell you.

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