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NASA Hurricane Imagery

By: Marissa Brassfield - Published: • References: boston
Inspired by beautiful images of Hurricane Ike and Hurricane Gustav, the photographs in this gallery are all from recent years. Perched way up in orbit, NASA literally has the best seat in the house from which to photograph hurricanes and tropical storms.

1. Hurricane Ivan (9/04), from the International Space Station at an altitude of 230 miles.

2. Hurricane Isabel (9/03), from NASA’s Aqua satellite.

3. Hurricane Ivan (9/04), from the International Space Station.

4. Hurricane Isabel (9/03), from the International Space Station.

5. Hurricane Epsilon (12/05), from the International Space Station.

6. Hurricane Wilma (10/05), from the International Space Station.

7. Hurricane Catarina (3/04), from the ISS.

8. Hurricane Felix (9/07), from the ISS.

9. Hurricane Gordon (9/06), from Space Shuttle Atlantis.

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