Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Sci-tech | By Patricia Wade

Breathtaking Space Photos Showcase Hurricane Florence

Breathtaking Space Photos Showcase Hurricane Florence

The European Space Agency's astronaut, the German Alexander Gerst, called the hurricane a "no-kidding nightmare".

A view of Hurricane Florence from the International Space Station.

Spanish Astronaut, Alexander Gerst was part of an global crew that took these incredible photos of Florence from the worldwide Space Station and they are intense, to say the least.

Gerst went on to add that seeing the hurricane is chilling, even from space, and shared an additional of three pictures that speak for themselves.

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The robot browses the internet, takes pictures, uses the Global Positioning System navigation, and-of course-makes phone calls. The diminutive iPhone SE, with its 4-inch screen , is dropping from the iPhone stable, as is the 4.7-inch-screen iPhone 6s.

"The National Hurricane Middle forecasts extra strengthening for Florence earlier to it reaches the shoreline of North Carolina and SC early Friday, Sept. 14", NASA wrote within the description of the video.

Hurricane Florence is "so enormous", says the tweet, that despite being in space, the astronauts could only capture the storm with a super-wide angle lens.

Hurricane Florence has strengthened to a category 4 storm, and it's on a path to potentially cause serious damage in North and SC.

Photo station published on its website. Outer bands from the hurricane were lashing land on Thursday, at least a full day before the National Hurricane Center expects the slow-moving storm's eye to blow ashore around the North Carolina-South Carolina line. The photo shows the churning storm, which according to Arnold, was later joined by Hurricane Isaac and Hurricane Helene. For perspective, NASA adds that 400 miles is the distance between Baltimore, Maryland to Boston, Massachusetts.

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