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HURRICANE WATCH: HOW SATELLITES TRACK HUGE STORMS FROM SPACE

HURRICANE WATCH: HOW SATELLITES TRACK HUGE STORMS FROM SPACE Sophisticated satellites are helping scientists monitor the volatility of Hurricanes Irma, Katia and Jose in the Atlantic basin. As the spacecraft capture data on the massive storms, weather agencies can merge the different observations to create accurate forecasts about where the hurricanes are traveling, the strength of their winds and which communities should start emergency preparations. NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) developed satellites through NASA's Earth Observing System (EOS) to carry instruments into low-Earth orbit that can make nuanced detections of rainfall, cloud formations and the microphysics of these hurricanes.   More



(Source: Space.com - Sep 9)

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