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Satellite Tracks Hurricane Matthew From Space As Millions Struggle Without Power

From high above the Earth in the safety of outer space, satellites from all over the world are busy tracking the progress of Hurricane Matthew as the storm continues to pound the East Coast with devastating wind and torrential rain. A Copernicus Sentinel-3A satellite from the European Space Agency captured a thermal view of Hurricane... Read more » Satellite Tracks Hurricane Matthew From
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