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As Hurricane Matthew Hits Florida, What Will It Do To NASA?

Hurricane Matthew is a monster. It went from a run of the mill tropical depression to a full blown hurricane in less than a day, strengthening explosively as it drew energy from deep, warm waters. It passed over Haiti, doing vast damage and killing over 300 people, and now its sights are set on the east coast of Florida and points north. I will not downplay this storm. With top wind speeds of over 220 kph (140 mph) the damage it can do is not to be underestimated.
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