With lightning: This is what Hurricane Ian looks like from space

With lightning: This is what Hurricane Ian looks like from space

Editorial Office (ALN) – International Space Station, As it orbits the Earth, take some amazing photos of what Hurricane Ian looks like from space.

The video of Hurricane Ian was captured approximately 418,429 kilometers below the International Space Station on Monday, September 26. According to NASA, the images show how this phenomenon gained strength south of Cuba and advanced toward Florida around 1:00 p.m. in Guatemala.

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In a roughly eight-minute clip, the space station moves from side to side toward Hurricane Ian and manages to catch the eyes of the hurricane, as well as the swirl shape that characterizes these events.

Hurricane Ian, boosted by winds of 155 mph (250 km/h), corresponding to Category 4 (of 5), is approaching Florida’s west coast this Wednesday at 9 miles (15 km), which will reduce before making landfall.

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