Gazing into the eye of the storm

Gazing into the eye of the storm

Forecasters talked about Florence may perchance well perchance presumably change into an especially unhealthy considerable hurricane one day Monday and live that formulation for days. "It's chilling, even from space", European Space Agency astronaut Alexander Gerst said in a tweet on Wednesday.

Cameras outside the International Space Station captured dramatic views of rapidly strengthening Hurricane Florence at 8:10 a.m. EDT Sept. 10 as it moved in a westerly direction across the Atlantic, headed for a likely landfall along the eastern seaboard of the US late Thursday or early Friday. NASA astronauts used a super wide-angle lens to capture the footage of Hurricane Florence, due to the massive size of it. "Get prepared on the East Coast, this is a no-kidding nightmare coming for you".

It is estimated that the wind speed in the eye of the hurricane reaches more than 200 kilometers per hour.

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That's enough to fill the Chesapeake Bay or cover the entire state of Texas with almost 10 centimetres of water, he calculated. As her son fed the goats in a hotel parking lot, she said she might not be able to return home until the middle of next week.

Florence is joined by Tropical Storm Isaac and Hurricane Helene in this snapshot taken Tuesday some 1 million miles away via NASA's Earth Polychromatic Imaging Camera (EPIC) on the DSCOVR satellite.

One of the first major Atlantic hurricanes of 2018, Hurricane Florence is now under category 2 with max winds at 105 miles per hour. She has worked as a senior manager in public relations and communications for major telecommunication companies, and is the former Deputy Director for Media Relations with the Modern Coalition.

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