hurricanes

NASA, NOAA Satellites Track Hurricane Irma’s Path

Record-setting Hurricane Irma barreled over the Caribbean islands of St. Martin, St. Barthelemy and Anguilla early Wednesday, destroying buildings with…

4 years ago

Hydraulic Pump Glitch Aborts NASA’s Hurricane MicroSat Fleet Launch to Dec. 15 – Live Coverage

KENNEDY SPACE CENTER, FL - Monday’s (Dec. 12) planned launch of NASA’s innovative Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System (CYGNSS) hurricane…

5 years ago

Satellite Views Show Hurricane Matthew Moving Towards U.S.

As Hurricane Matthew approaches the east coast of Florida, the evacuation of hundreds of thousands of people is taking place…

5 years ago

Monster Cat 5 Hurricane Patricia Strongest Ever Recorded Menaces Millions in Mexico; Seen from ISS

“Hurricane #Patricia approaches #Mexico. It's massive. Be careful” in this image taken by NASA astronaut Scott Kelly aboard the ISS…

6 years ago

Are Martian Dust Storms Dangerous?

Just how dangerous are the terrifying dust storms that swarm Mars? Brave explorers trek across the red dunes of Mars…

6 years ago

Cat 4 Hurricane Gonzalo Threatens Bermuda and Delays Antares Launch to Space Station

Hurricane Gonzalo, the first major Atlantic Ocean basin hurricane in three years, has strengthened to a dangerous Category 4 storm,…

7 years ago

Astronauts Keep an Eye on Tropical Storm Arthur from the Space Station

The first storm of the Atlantic hurricane season is easily visible from space. International Space Station astronaut Reid Wiseman tweeted…

8 years ago

Timelapse of Hurricane Sandy, Satellite Views October 23-31, 2012

Here's a complete animation of Hurricane Sandy from October 23-31, as seen by GOES-13, a geosynchronous satellite that is in…

9 years ago

Satellites Provide 3-D Views and More of Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy as viewed by the TRMM Precipitation Radar at 2:20 EDT on Oct. 28, 2012. Credit: NASA Satellite imagery…

9 years ago

Video: Hurricane Sandy Seen by Space Station Astronauts

Here’s the view of Hurricane Sandy from an altitude of 254 statute miles from external cameras on the International Space…

9 years ago