Hurricane Laura spotted from International Space Station



  • Prior to being upgraded to a hurricane, Laura was spotted from the International Space Station, showing how wide the storm is.

    The external cameras on the orbiting space research laboratory captured the storm as it was making landfall in Cuba on Aug. 23. The cameras captured the images from approximately 250 miles away, ABC 13 reported.

    Since then, Laura, which is now a Category 3 storm, has been moving across the southeastern Gulf of Mexico, prompting hurricane and storm surge warnings.
    Prior to being upgraded to a hurricane, Laura was spotted from the International Space Station, showing how wide the storm is.

    The external cameras on the orbiting space research laboratory captured the storm as it was making landfall in Cuba on Aug. 23. The cameras captured the images from approximately 250 miles away, ABC 13 reported.

    Since then, Laura, which is now a Category 3 storm, has been moving across the southeastern Gulf of Mexico, prompting hurricane and storm surge warnings.
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  • Stay safe everyone








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