ISS - International Space Station patch.
Sept. 8, 2017
Image above: Flying over hurricane Jose, Atlantic Ocean, altitude: 404,46 Km / speed: 27'651 Km/h. Image captured by Roland Berga with EarthCam from ISS - International Space Station (via ISS HD Live application) on September 8, 2017 at 16:12 UTC.
ISS Pass Over Hurricane Jose and Hurricane Irma 9/8/17
Video above: The International Space Station passed over two major Atlantic hurricanes on Friday, Sept. 8. First, the station flew approximately 250 miles over Hurricane Jose at approximately 10:10 a.m. EDT while the Category 3 storm was in the Atlantic just east of the Caribbean. One orbit of the Earth later, the station flew over Hurricane Irma at approximately 11:40 a.m. EDT. The powerful Category 4 storm had already brought destructive wind and rain to islands across the Caribbean and is forecast to impact the Florida peninsula. Video Credit: NASA.
Image above: Flying over hurricane Irma, between Cuba and Florida, altitude: 406,72 Km / speed: 27'665 Km/h. Image captured by Roland Berga with EarthCam from ISS - International Space Station (via ISS HD Live application) on September 8, 2017 at 17:41 UTC.
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