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The Eye of Hurricane Matthew: Satellite Sees Storm's Heat from Space

With Hurricane Matthew battering the southern U.S. East Coast, a fleet of Earth-watching weather satellites are tracking the storm from space, revealing staggering views like this temperature map of the hurricane's eye as seen from above.
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