NASA Sees Hurricane Sandy as the "Bride of Frankenstorm" Threaten U.S. East Coast

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    This visible image was taken from NOAA's GOES-13 satellite on Friday, Oct. 26 at 1415 UTC (10:15 a.m. EDT) and shows Hurricane Sandy's huge cloud extent of up to 2,000 miles while centered over the Bahamas, and the line of clouds associated with a powerful cold front approaching the U.S. east coast.

    Credit: NASA GOES Project

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    1. stockingblue 18 months ago | reply

      Thanks for sharing. This image is now featured in the article Ode to a Storm Named Sandy on Stocking Blue.

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