2017 Hurricane Season Video from out in Space


This is a link to a video that was the Picture of Today (November 27) in one of  my favorite web sites, Astronomy Picture of the Day (https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/).  The video shows the development of the storms we watched over the past few months (Where do hurricanes go? To better understand dangerous storms, NASA compiled data from several satellites into a supercomputer simulation of this past year’s hurricane season. Specifically, the featured video shows how smoke (white), sea salt (blue), and dust (brown) tracked from 2017 August through October across the northern half of Earth’s Western Hemisphere. ).  I hope NASA doesn’t object to my pointing it out to you.

This is a fascinating video!  Hope you take a look and enjoy.  Dick

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About Dick, K1MGH

Retired physician, ham radio operator since 2003, Amateur Extra license in 2011z. Hobbies include woodworking, ham radio, digital photography, traveling in our Airstream trailer. Married to Claire going on 50 years. Other best friend is Winnie, our Irish Terrier.