Published: Sun, September 16, 2018
Science | By Cecil Little

High-definition video from space shows the extreme power of Hurricane Florence

High-definition video from space shows the extreme power of Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence, a sturdy Class four storm, may perchance well perchance presumably stall upon reaching the Carolina cruise and fabricate a diminutive shift south in direction of SC once it makes landfall, changing into "a serious flooding tournament", per Fox Data Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean.

"Ever stared down the gaping eye of a category four hurricane?". The storm, which is presently a Category 3, has forced huge numbers of people to evacuate, and going by the images shot from space it's easy to see why.

NASA shared photos Wednesday showing the risky storm from the International Space Station.

Hurricane Florence from space
President Donald Trump has declared states of emergency for North and SC and Virginia, which frees up the way for federal aid. Officials said some 1.7 million people in the Carolinas and Virginia were warned to evacuate, but it is unclear how many did.


Hurricane Florence, the Category 2 storm heading straight for my parents' SC house, has the country on high alert.

Astronaut Alexander Gerst also joined in the fun, explaining that the fearless space men and women need wide-lense cameras to take these incredible photos.

The US National Hurricane Center said Hurricane Florence maximum sustained winds were 115 miles per hour as any other regular Category 3 storm, on Wednesday at 8 PM EDT.

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"Watch out, America! Hurricane Florence is so enormous, we could only capture her with a super wide-angle lens from the Space Station", European astronaut Alexander Gerst said in a tweet.

The space agency released footage showing what Hurricane Florence looks like from space on Wednesday, as states along the coast brace for what experts are saying will be a devastating impact.

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