Space Station Films Three Massive Hurricanes In One Day
Here I am. Rock me like a hurricane.
From 250 miles above Earth, the International Space Station was able to photograph three hurricanes in a single day on Tuesday. Two storms, named Madeline and Lester (bad twin names, to be honest) are making a beeline towards Hawaii. The other storm, named after Disney’s most sexually confusing villain (Gaston) is chilling in the Atlantic with no evident trajectory toward land.
These images were released by NASA earlier this week. Hurricane season still has a ways to go. Thanks, climate change!