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Hurricane Irma did a real number on NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

Hurricane Irma was an extremely powerful storm, and even though it weakened significantly as it made its way towards landfall in Florida, the hurricane still caused an incredible amount of damage. NASA's Kennedy Space Center, situated on Florida's east coast, escaped the worst that the storm had to offer, but didn't make it out unscathed. In a blog post on NASA's official site, the agency explains that the space center sustained "a variety of damage.
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