PHOTOS: Bird’s-eye view of Hurricane Florence

Hurricane Florence continues to move closer to the Southeast U.S. and is expected to make landfall before dawn on Friday (September 14).  Photo Courtesy, NOAA.

Photo courtesy: NOAA

Sept. 12, 2018 - ISS Astronaut Ricky Arnold tweets: “#HurricaneFlorence this morning with Cape Hatteras #NorthCarolina in the foreground. The crew of @Space_Station is thinking of those who will be affected.” Credit: NASA

Sept. 12, 2018 - Alexander Gerst’s image of Florence’s eye.  Credit: NASA

Sept. 13, 2018 - Alexander Gerst’s tweet on Florence’s eye: “Ever stared down the gaping eye of a category 4 hurricane? It’s chilling, even from space. #HurricaneFlorence #Horizons https://flic.kr/s/aHsmsk7Krv ” Credit: NASA

Sept. 12, 2018 - Alexander Gerst tweets: “Ever stared down the gaping eye of a category 4 hurricane? It’s chilling, even from space. #HurricaneFlorence #Horizons https://flic.kr/s/aHsmsk7Krv” Credit: NASA

Sept. 12, 2018 - Alexnander Gerst an EU scientist on the ISS tweets this: “#HurricaneFlorence is so enormous, we could only capture her with a super wide-angle lens from the @Space_Station, 400 km directly above the eye. ” Credit: NASA

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Photo Courtesy: NOAA. 

Hurricane Florence is moving toward the U.S. East Coast. Photo Courtesy: NOAA. 

Sept. 10, 2018 - A few moments later, Isaac & the outer bands of Helene were also visible. Credit: NASA

Sept. 10, 2018 - Top down look at Florence from the International Space Station. Credit: NASA

Sept. 10, 2018 - Astronaut Ricky Arnold sees Hurricane Florence from the ISS. Credit: NASA