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NASA Spaceport Weathers Hurricane Matthew as Satellite Reveals Double Eyewall

Matthew passed offshore of Kennedy Space Center (which lies on central Florida's Atlantic coast, just east of Orlando), apparently sparing the site a direct hit, NASA officials wrote in an update this morning (Oct. 7).
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