Hurricane Irene as Seen from Space

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An Expedition 28 crew member aboard the International Space Station captured this image of Hurricane Irene off the east coast of the United States on Friday, August 26, 2011, around 4:30 p.m. EDT (8:30 p.m. GMT).

Credit: NASA

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  1. K)) [deleted] 43 months ago | reply

    It reminds me Antarctica - lots of white and snow. But unfortunately it isn't. Good shot!! :)

  2. contiflex [deleted] 43 months ago | reply

    wow, that is huge!

  3. Acarlos1000 43 months ago | reply

    Incredible, massive

  4. carljgodwin 43 months ago | reply

    It's like the Day After Tomorrow!

  5. Charles Augustus 43 months ago | reply

    It's wonderful to be able to look at these images! Poor people, underneath this storm!

  6. MigueleNorfolk 43 months ago | reply

    amazing picture

  7. TWELVE1110 PHOTOGRAPHY 42 months ago | reply

    What lens is that! no exif data huh lol

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