Cameras mounted on the International Space Station captured new views of Hurricane Earl late in the afternoon of Sept. 2 from an altitude of 218 statute miles as the storm churned due east of South Carolina heading north on a track that would skirt the eastern seaboard of the United States. Earl was packing winds of about 115 miles an hour at the time the video was acquired.
Station Cameras Provide New View of Hurricane Earl
Upgrades Completed at Kennedy Test Facility
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