Space Station’s external cameras captured a dramatic view of Hurricane Irma as it moved across the Atlantic Ocean Sept. 5.
The island of Barbuda was the first to hit by Hurricane Irma, a Category 5 storm packing winds of 185mph.
NASA astronaut Jack Fischer photographed Hurricane Harvey from the cupola module aboard the Space Station, on August 25, 2017.
This interactive global map can tell you about winds and much more, no matter your location on planet Earth.
Cameras outside the International Space Station captured dramatic views of major Hurricane Matthew Oct. 3. Watch the video…
This impressive time-lapse video taken from the Space Station on Aug. 30, shows three hurricanes…
This week, two Pacific storms are lining up to hit the island of Hawaii, which rarely takes a direct hit from a hurricane.
You can think of the hurricane like an oversized vacuum cleaner, sucking water and heat from the surface of the ocean.
Hurricane Patricia, at 200 MPH, is now the strongest tropical cyclone in recorded history
Early morning shot of Hurricane #Joaquin from @space_station before reaching #Bahamas.”Hope all is safe.” By NASA Astronaut Scott Kelly, who captured this photo on Oct.