Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Science | By Michele Flores

NASA shared these chilling images of Hurricane Florence from space

NASA shared these chilling images of Hurricane Florence from space

On Monday morning, the International Space Station also captured video of Florence with winds of 115 miles an hour.

The US National Hurricane Centre has warned that Hurricane Florence will bring "life-threatening, catastrophic flash flooding" to North and SC.

Watching the scene unfold from space, German Alexander Gerst, an astronaut on board the ISS, tweeted photos of the enormous storm.

NASA itself uploaded a video of Hurricane Florence that was taken by the high-definition camera located outside the International Space Station. The hurricane, which has been upgraded to a category 4, is expected to pummel the coastlines of SC and North Carolina in the coming days, with the National Hurricane Center warning of a "life-threatening storm surge" as well as catastrophic flash flooding.

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As Hurricane Florence continues barreling in direction of the Carolinas, NASA has posted a outstanding video of the storm with winds drawing reach 130 miles per hour.

Another photo (embedded below) was snapped on September 10 by astronaut Ricky Arnold while aboard the International Space Station. In the States of Maryland and Virginia imposed a state of emergency.

In all, an estimated 10 million people live in areas expected to be placed under a hurricane or storm advisory, according to the U.S. Weather Prediction Center.

Those warily staring at Florence grasp in contrast it to Hurricanes Fran and Hugo, which pummeled North Carolina and SC, respectively, more than two decades ago.

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