What does a large hurricane look like when seen from the near-earth orbit of the International Space Station?
Astronaut Randy Bresnik, who is currently stationed onboard the ISS, was nice enough to share some new images — which give a bird's eye view of the enormous Hurricane Irma when it was near its peak
What Do Hurricanes Look Like From Space? ISS Astronaut Shares Pictures Of Hurricane Irma was originally published on CleanTechnica.
From his vantage point in low Earth orbit aboard the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik pointed his camera toward the rising Moon and captured this beautiful image on August 3, 2017.
"Too many people in Irma's path," says ISS commander Randy Bresnik as he shares a view of the storm few of us would ever have the chance to see.
An astronaut is sharing pictures showing the magnitude of Hurricane Irma, the fierce Atlantic storm which has devastated parts of the Caribbean and is bearing down on Florida. Randy Bresnik has been able to track Irma's progress fro...
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