With the storm just moments away from hitting New York City, people want to see Hurricane Sandy pictures to see just how big this storm really is.
A lot of these photos were taken from satellites provided by NASA and as you can clearly see, this is going to be a big one. The storm clouds have been picking up speed over the water and the wind speeds are reaching over 90 miles per hour, which is up from 75 miles per hour just yesterday.
You can see just what the storm look like when viewed from the International Space Station, a radar view of New York and the Northeast and also in a photo of Hurricane Sandy in infrared.
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