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Hurricane Matthew - NASA Satellite Reveals Layers Of Storm In 3D | Video

NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement Mission satellite observations of Hurricane Matthew on October 2, 2015 were converted into a 3D visualization "to look at how the strong convention is causing the storm to intensify," according to NASA.
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