Hurrikan EARL: NASA-HQ-Foto und Video von der ISS + Foto im Auge (Eye) vom Global Hawk Aircraft

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Hurrikan EARL: NASA-HQ-Foto und Video von der ISS + Foto im Auge (Eye), Earl, Video, USA, NASA, Hurrikansaison 2010, Hurrikan Satellitenbilder, Hurrikanfotos, 2010, Atlantik, Astronaut Douglas Wheelock aboard the International Space Station (ISS) caught this image of the eye of the storm as the ISS flew over Hurricane Earl just to the east on Sept. 3. Wheelock noted that it looks like magnificent chaos from up there on the Space Station and called it incredibly breathtaking.
Credit: NASA, Douglas Wheelock

Cameras mounted on the International Space Station captured new views of Hurricane Earl late in the afternoon of Sept. 2 from an altitude of 218 statute miles as the storm churned due east of South Carolina heading north on a track that would skirt the eastern seaboard of the United States. Earl was packing winds of about 115 miles an hour at the time the video was acquired.
Hurrikan EARL: NASA-HQ-Foto und Video von der ISS + Foto im Auge (Eye), Earl, Video, USA, NASA, Hurrikansaison 2010, Hurrikan Satellitenbilder, Hurrikanfotos, 2010, Atlantik,This image from the GOES-13 satellite at 7:32 a.m. EDT on September 3 shows a huge Hurricane Earl northeast of North Carolina with cloud cover stretching over the northeastern U.S. A disorganized Fiona is located in the bottom right side of this image
Credit: NOAA/NASA GOES Project
Hurrikan EARL: NASA-HQ-Foto und Video von der ISS + Foto im Auge (Eye), Earl, Video, USA, NASA, Hurrikansaison 2010, Hurrikan Satellitenbilder, Hurrikanfotos, 2010, Atlantik,This photo of Hurricane Earl's eye was taken from the HDVis camera on the underside of the Global Hawk aircraft during the morning of Thursday, Sept. 2 at 13:05 UTC (9:05 a.m. EDT). The Global Hawk captured this photo from an altitude of 60,000 ft. (about 11.4 miles). The Global Hawk is one of three aircraft involved in the Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes (GRIP) experiment. GRIP a NASA Earth science field experiment from August 15-September 30, 2010 to better understand how tropical storms form and develop into major hurricanes. Credit: NASA/NOAA

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