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Hurricane Dean Video From Outer Space | Enormity of Storm Sized By Astronauts

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Hurricane Dean Video From Outer Space | Enormity of Storm Sized By Astronauts


Hurricane Dean is proving to be amongst the monsters of hurricanes. With wind speeds at 150 miles per hour and moving northwest at 17 miles per hour, the storm’s strength is not weakening and its path is not diverting.

Heading towards the Yucatan, this category 4 hurricane reeked havoc as it swide swiped Jamaica not to long ago, leaving a trail of destruction.

This astronaut gives a nickname to this hurricane upon seeing its scar upon the earth, exclaiming “Holy Smokes!” This hurricane’s reach is far, as even the American astronauts currently in space are planning on heading back to Earth earlier than planned.

In Dean’s path includes coastal areas along Mexico’s Yucatan, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Residents there are bracing for Dean’s second whirlwind of fury, and from this video, it is clear to see it’s going to be a rough ride.

Would you like some hurricane with that global warming?

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  1. Ted Bradley

    September 4, 2007 at 4:24 pm

    Hey guys that’s really a nice shot of the storm. I m a novice but I love these shots you guys are giving us from space. Hey keep up the good work and we will keep enjoying the good shots from space.

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