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NASA Watching Harvey from Satellites and the International Space Station | by NASA Goddard Photo and Video
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NASA Watching Harvey from Satellites and the International Space Station

NASA resources continue to deliver critical information on Harvey as it continues to drop tremendous, flooding rainfall in Texas and Louisiana. Satellites like NASA's Aqua satellite and platforms like aircraft and the International Space Station continue to provide various kinds of data on the storm.

 

Astronaut Randy Bresnik took this photo of Tropical Storm Harvey from the International Space Station on Aug. 28 at 1:27 p.m. CDT.

 

Read more: nasa.gov/hurricane

 

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