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NASA satellites orbiting in space help to track the current lineup of hurricanes gathering steam and heading towards the United States.
The satellites are tracking rainfall, wind speeds, temperatures and position.
According to NASA. It is using unique vantage point in space to provide observations and data of Hurricanes Irma, Jose and katia. Satellite imagery from Aqua satellite and the Suomi NPP satellite have been providing datas of the Hurricanes on their pathway.
Hurricane Irma is heading towards Florida, Hurricane Jose is developing further out in the Atlantic behind Irma, and Hurricane Katia is developing in the Gulf of Mexico.
Live tracking can be seen in NASA’s Tweeter Account..
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