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THIS IS WHAT THE WORLD LOOKS LIKE THROUGH THE EYE OF A HURRICANE

THIS IS WHAT THE WORLD LOOKS LIKE THROUGH THE EYE OF A HURRICANE As Florida struggles with the floods and winds from Hurricane Irma, another big storm in the Atlantic is being closely watched by meteorologists: Hurricane Jose, which is currently considered Category 2, though it is still too early to tell if it will make landfall. To give some sense of scale to what typically appears as a colorful splotch on maps, meteorologist Antti Lipponen used a satellite to peer straight through the eye of the storm. Through the perspective of the European Space Agency’s satellite Sentinel-2A, the Finnish researcher was able to show a turbulent sea beneath Hurricane Jose.   More



(Source: Quartz - Sep 12)

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