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Where is Hurricane Dorian? As of this writing, it's ruining the Bahamas.
But, until Hurricane Dorian finishes wrecking everything in its path, it will always be underneath NASA's watchful eye.
With a hurricane of this proportion, a category 5 turned category 4 after running into so many islands, the view is so large it can be seen from space.
As #HurricaneDorian continues in the Atlantic Ocean, @NASA and @NOAA have eyes on the storm. NASA uses data from satellites, planes and computer models to better understand the physics of storms and how they form and develop. https://t.co/XMnrYotFBS— NASA Earth (@NASAEarth) September 2, 2019
And NASA is tracking it with incredible visuals.
When you live across the world from a place being ruined by a hurricane, it can be hard to understand the magnitude of its force without incredible visuals.
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The above photo is the eye of Hurricane Dorian as seen from space.
The wide eye of #HurricaneDorian is visible even from the #GOESEast perspective 22,300 miles away in space. While some fluctuations in intensity are possible, this major Cat. 4 storm is expected to remain a powerful #hurricane during the next few days. https://t.co/rLy6BjBSih pic.twitter.com/LtRtjRrEks— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) August 31, 2019
If you're interested in watching NASA's continuing coverage of #HurricaneDorian, you can do so on their Twitter.