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A View of Hurricane Sandy from the ISS [video]

October 29, 2012


Hurricane Sandy was viewed Monday morning from the International Space Station as it orbited 260 miles above the Atlantic Ocean. Sandy had sustained winds of 90 miles an hour as the station passed above the storm.


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Uploaded on October 29, 2012